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Deal of the Day: Rearview camera, antivirus software + more

Deal of the Day: Rearview camera, antivirus software + more
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Safety isn't just about making sure to look both ways before crossing the street, although that definitely wouldn't hurt. The most important way to stay safe in an increasingly risky world is to take the proper precautions before you jump out into the deep end.

Flash deal: Up to 45% off on thermos and lunchboxes

Today's deals hunt down a couple of ways that you can save on products that will make your day just a little bit safer.

Sony XAR800C Rearview Camera - $199.99 ($249.99)

Backup Cam

Backing up your car can be one of the most dangerous moments of your day. It's tough to see exactly what's behind you, how close you may be to another object, and any number of hazards that could appear out of the corner of your eye.

See also: My dash cam to protect yourself from wrongful prosecution.

Many newer cars have a backup camera, but to get it you have to buy a new car. Sony's rearview camera add this useful safety feature to your current car. Keep in mind that you'll need to have buy a third-party screen that's compatible with this camera like the XAV64BT 6.1-Inch Touch Screen.

Click here to get the Sony XAR800C Rearview Camera.

Norton 360 Multi-Device - $42.00 ($81.49)

Protect yourself with Norton

Protecting your gadgets can be just as important as protecting your home PC. Hackers are constantly discovering new holes in both Android and iOS security that need to be plugged as quickly as possible.

That's why picking up powerful anti-virus software can be so important. Norton 360 might just be your solution. This software can protect up to five of your devices at the same time.

Click here to get Norton 360 Multi-Device 2014.

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