Bike Peddler Take A Look Cycling Eyeglass Mirror (Original)


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Stainless steel аnԁ brass frame wіth optically сοrrесt acrylic mirror. Unconditional guarantee.

  • Versatile, vibration-free cycling mirror mounts οn eyeglasses аnԁ helmet visors
  • Three pivot points fοr total adjustability
  • Frameless acrylic mirror provides a wide, uninterrupted field οf vision
  • Adjusts fοr both left- аnԁ rіɡht-side υѕе
  • Mаԁе іn USA; backed bу a manufacturer’s unconditional guarantee

Bike Peddler Take A Look Cycling Eyeglass Mirror (Original)

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  1. Christopher D. Hughes says:
    122 of 123 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I love this mirror, March 13, 2008
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    I have had this mirror for a couple of months now and I am very impressed with it. I am a roadie and I spend several hours in the saddle each week.

    I’ve looked at several mirrors over the past year, and tried one or two. But I usually ended up riding without a mirror since they were such a pain in the butt. They jiggled around too much to be useful and I was constantly fiddling and adjusting so I could see anything at all. If the mirror is plastic everything is blurry, if it is glass it weighs a ton and pulls your sunglasses down your nose.

    But this mirror is about as good as I can imagine a bike mirror being. The acrylic mirror is both lightweight and optically accurate, and is plenty big enough for a wide field of view. If you position it just right, you can see everything behind you with a slight turn of your head.

    The attachment mechanism is simple and holds tight. It takes about 30 seconds to move it to another pair of sunglasses and readjust the angles. The springy bits are covered with grippy plastic which keeps the mirror in place and provides less snag points to grab your helmet straps when you put your glasses on or off.

    The s steel and brass frame and swivel system is infinitely adjustable, but provides enough resistance that it has never moved out of adjustment, even at high speeds on rough roads.

    And, to top it all off, it is less expensive than most of the other mirrors I have looked at. It is a simple, well-thought design, without useless complexity or expense. Beautiful.

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  2. Peter Norris "I expect Nothing." says:
    117 of 124 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Compact is Different from original !, January 6, 2009
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    Peter Norris “I expect Nothing.” (Lake Jackson, TX USA) –
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    The compact version is a smaller size mirror which is GOOD in theory, because it weighs less and drags less. BUT, the extension wire from the glasses is SHORTER which is BAD if you are older and may not be able to focus as close as you used to. The Original size is FAR better for us older bikers. If you have tried ANY helmet or glasses mount mirror and “couldn’t get used to it” then try mounting it farther away from the eye. Even a quarter inch may make a huge difference. I wouldn’t ride without this mirror (original size!). Peter

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