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  • Frameless acrylic mirror provides wide uninterrupted field of vision; mirror surface measures 1 - 7/16 inches x 1- 1/16 inches
  • Mirror face adjusts by rotating it 90° from the wire; fore and aft rotations offer fine-angle adjustments
  • Three-point attachment system adjusts for a secure fit without vibration and can be attached to either your eye glasses or helmet visor

Made in USA.

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Specs

Best Use Cycling
Mirror Mounting Helmet
Dimensions 3.25 inches
Weight 8.5 grams
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yep, this is the one you want Yes, the other reviewers are correct, this is the best option out there. I've tried the others and they pale in comparision to this model. Takes several rides to get accustomed to but don't give up, it will become second nature after a while. You'll fiddle with the mirror angle a LOT during your first few rides so be careful with that distraction. Yes, you'll need to turn/tilt your head a little to get the best view behind you but once you master the technique you'll appreciate the added safety this mirror provides. I just returned from a 300 mile road trip with this unit and the peace of mind it provides is beyond words. I won't leave home without it.
Date published: 2008-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Takes body rotation out of seeing behind you Before I retired, I used to ride my bike to the transit center & the bus would take me and my bike to work. I noted then that it was awkward & for me, unstable, to try and turn around to see if there was a car behind me. Finally, 2yrs later, I invested in a bike mirror. This one received the most reviews and the price was right so I purchased it. If it were not for the internet, I would probably still be trying to figure out how to configure it on my paticular helmet, but thankfully, a help video took all the guesswork out of installing it. So, seeing if a car is coming behind me: Check
Date published: 2014-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect alternative to handlebar mirrors. I had a handlebar mirror and I couldn't stand it. I took it off and realized just how much I used it. I did some research on forums and looked at reviews and decided on this one. Been using it a couple of days now and I love it. I have it mounted on my helmet visor. I have seen a couple of videos that say to wrap some tape around the visor and mirror. Seems ghetto to me. I secured mine with a small, inconspicuous zip tie. I like the size as it isn't in my line of sight. It isn't distracting and it's easy to adjust and holds that adjustment until you bump it or ride through a low hanging tree branch. Don't ask. I can't add much more than I like the mirror. It was easy to install and it...a mirror.
Date published: 2014-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product & indispensable for cycling awarenes I had another mirror which attached to my helmet with adhesive but needed to be reattached with double stick tapes about every 2 years. My husband tried this mirror and urged me to get one as well. I don't feel safe riding my road bike without a mirror because I want to see what is happening behind me. This mirror fits the bill nicely because it's easy to glance up and check when riding. I've had mine for 2 years but unfortunately lost it when I took my helmet off for a lunch stop. I'm purchasing another but planning to zip tie it to my helmet visor so it won't fall off unnoticed.
Date published: 2014-04-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great rear visibility I've tried both handlebar and helmet mirrors, and this is the best I've found for adjustability and clear visibility to the side and rear. It took awhile to figure out how to fit it to my helmet, with help from Youtube videos. I use a piece of double-sided velcro looped through the ventilation holes in my helmet to hold it in place. Once in place it adjusts nicely up-down and side-to-side to find the best view. I'm going to get another one so I have complete side and rearview visibility.
Date published: 2015-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well Does exactly what I wanted. While I have a mountain bike I did not check mountain bike as a use. I have only used it on roads (gravel and paved) so far. I can imagine that on really rough trails it might not work so well. My rating of 4 versus 5 has to do with the positioning of the mirror. I bent mine up and out so it more easily sees over my shoulder. I could use a bit more length so I could get it just an inch or so further out. With a jacket on I have to move quite a bit to see, with just a tee shirt, it works great.
Date published: 2013-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't leave home without it I purchased this helmet-mounted mirror (I was originally going to install it on my bicycle safety glasse)from another venue, however it works great once you practice patience, take a little time to properly install it between your helmet visor and the helmet (visor removal may be necessary). I had gone about five miles, in the dark, before I finally got the proper angle adjusted to work for viewing traffic in the mirror. It may take you more or less time to get the proper angle adjustment, but whatever it takes it sure beats turning your head around to look at traffic. This was my first helmet-mounted mirror and it works perfectly. I won't leave home without it in the future.
Date published: 2012-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally! An easy-to-use bike mirror ... This mirror easily attaches to and detaches from my bike glasses, yet is also stays firmly in place even on rough roads. And because it's firmly attached, I can adjust it while riding without the worry of it coming off. The mirror easily adjusts in three directions and stays put. The reflection is clear, large, and vibration free. It folds flat for storing and packing. I could easily take this with me on vacation, attach it to my sunglasses, and feel safer on my rented bike. Wonderful mirror!
Date published: 2013-03-24
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To Whom it Concerns, I have unanswered questions regarding the product's durability. May I contact the supplier directly? Thanks, Pat Davenport

Asked by: patdavenpo
Their phone number is (970) 356-3663.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-02

I have a multi-impact helmet with no visor. Will this mirror work on my helmet?

Asked by: JoeRivers
If you don't have a helmet visor, the mirror will have to be attached to eye glasses.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-10-06

I have one of these and love it. But recently I lost one of the rubber pads and it does't stay on eyeglasses well without it. Are the pads replaceable?

Asked by: comocycle99
We do not have the replacement pads. We suggest ontacting Bike Peddler Cycle & Fitness to see if the pads are available.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-04

Can we attach this mirror to sunglasses for paddling or kayaking?

Asked by: herbsdottir1
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yep, this is the one you want Yes, the other reviewers are correct, this is the best option out there. I've tried the others and they pale in comparision to this model. Takes several rides to get accustomed to but don't give up, it will become second nature after a while. You'll fiddle with the mirror angle a LOT during your first few rides so be careful with that distraction. Yes, you'll need to turn/tilt your head a little to get the best view behind you but once you master the technique you'll appreciate the added safety this mirror provides. I just returned from a 300 mile road trip with this unit and the peace of mind it provides is beyond words. I won't leave home without it.
Date published: 2008-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Takes body rotation out of seeing behind you Before I retired, I used to ride my bike to the transit center & the bus would take me and my bike to work. I noted then that it was awkward & for me, unstable, to try and turn around to see if there was a car behind me. Finally, 2yrs later, I invested in a bike mirror. This one received the most reviews and the price was right so I purchased it. If it were not for the internet, I would probably still be trying to figure out how to configure it on my paticular helmet, but thankfully, a help video took all the guesswork out of installing it. So, seeing if a car is coming behind me: Check
Date published: 2014-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect alternative to handlebar mirrors. I had a handlebar mirror and I couldn't stand it. I took it off and realized just how much I used it. I did some research on forums and looked at reviews and decided on this one. Been using it a couple of days now and I love it. I have it mounted on my helmet visor. I have seen a couple of videos that say to wrap some tape around the visor and mirror. Seems ghetto to me. I secured mine with a small, inconspicuous zip tie. I like the size as it isn't in my line of sight. It isn't distracting and it's easy to adjust and holds that adjustment until you bump it or ride through a low hanging tree branch. Don't ask. I can't add much more than I like the mirror. It was easy to install and it...a mirror.
Date published: 2014-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product & indispensable for cycling awarenes I had another mirror which attached to my helmet with adhesive but needed to be reattached with double stick tapes about every 2 years. My husband tried this mirror and urged me to get one as well. I don't feel safe riding my road bike without a mirror because I want to see what is happening behind me. This mirror fits the bill nicely because it's easy to glance up and check when riding. I've had mine for 2 years but unfortunately lost it when I took my helmet off for a lunch stop. I'm purchasing another but planning to zip tie it to my helmet visor so it won't fall off unnoticed.
Date published: 2014-04-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great rear visibility I've tried both handlebar and helmet mirrors, and this is the best I've found for adjustability and clear visibility to the side and rear. It took awhile to figure out how to fit it to my helmet, with help from Youtube videos. I use a piece of double-sided velcro looped through the ventilation holes in my helmet to hold it in place. Once in place it adjusts nicely up-down and side-to-side to find the best view. I'm going to get another one so I have complete side and rearview visibility.
Date published: 2015-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well Does exactly what I wanted. While I have a mountain bike I did not check mountain bike as a use. I have only used it on roads (gravel and paved) so far. I can imagine that on really rough trails it might not work so well. My rating of 4 versus 5 has to do with the positioning of the mirror. I bent mine up and out so it more easily sees over my shoulder. I could use a bit more length so I could get it just an inch or so further out. With a jacket on I have to move quite a bit to see, with just a tee shirt, it works great.
Date published: 2013-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't leave home without it I purchased this helmet-mounted mirror (I was originally going to install it on my bicycle safety glasse)from another venue, however it works great once you practice patience, take a little time to properly install it between your helmet visor and the helmet (visor removal may be necessary). I had gone about five miles, in the dark, before I finally got the proper angle adjusted to work for viewing traffic in the mirror. It may take you more or less time to get the proper angle adjustment, but whatever it takes it sure beats turning your head around to look at traffic. This was my first helmet-mounted mirror and it works perfectly. I won't leave home without it in the future.
Date published: 2012-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally! An easy-to-use bike mirror ... This mirror easily attaches to and detaches from my bike glasses, yet is also stays firmly in place even on rough roads. And because it's firmly attached, I can adjust it while riding without the worry of it coming off. The mirror easily adjusts in three directions and stays put. The reflection is clear, large, and vibration free. It folds flat for storing and packing. I could easily take this with me on vacation, attach it to my sunglasses, and feel safer on my rented bike. Wonderful mirror!
Date published: 2013-03-24
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Questions & Answers

To Whom it Concerns, I have unanswered questions regarding the product's durability. May I contact the supplier directly? Thanks, Pat Davenport

Asked by: patdavenpo
Their phone number is (970) 356-3663.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-02

I have a multi-impact helmet with no visor. Will this mirror work on my helmet?

Asked by: JoeRivers
If you don't have a helmet visor, the mirror will have to be attached to eye glasses.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-10-06

I have one of these and love it. But recently I lost one of the rubber pads and it does't stay on eyeglasses well without it. Are the pads replaceable?

Asked by: comocycle99
We do not have the replacement pads. We suggest ontacting Bike Peddler Cycle & Fitness to see if the pads are available.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-04

Can we attach this mirror to sunglasses for paddling or kayaking?

Asked by: herbsdottir1
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