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👤I've been using these for about 15 years. I've worn them for tens of thousands of miles. If you had no mirrors in your car, you'd feel naked on the bike. Most of the experienced cyclists I've known don't use them. I don't understand it. Over the years, I've probably bought a dozen pairs. Pairs of these are recommended to friends. They are durable but can break if you drop them with them connected or put them on glasses with too fat stems. They're cheap. People should wear a mirror. They turn with your head, so you can point them to where you want to look. They fit some better than others. If they are loose, tape them to the stem of your glasses. I tape them because I don't want them to move. Give yourself a few weeks to get used to them and don't give up before then. You will wonder how you ever rode without them once you get accustomed to them. You can see behind you before you take a hit off your water bottle or descend a hill. Don't look around to see what's coming. You can't always hear the cars coming up on you when you're sixty years old. You can see the cars coming from behind with the mirror on the road. I feel like I have a fighting chance to escape before the texting driver hits me. You can keep an eye on the paceline to make sure you aren't dropping people, to see oncoming cars, and to see when someone in the back pulls over due to a flat. I used to race in triathlons. You can see if someone is drafting you in a race. I used to leave them on for the run phase so I could keep an eye on the competitors behind me. I recommend these mirrors.
👤I've tried many different clips on mirrors. I have several of this one, and I use it. The circular mirror is small enough to not be intrusive, but large enough to be useful. It is made of plastic and so you need to use caution to avoid breaking it. I have found that it will clip to some of my sunglasses, but not others. The arms of the sunglasses have different sizes and profiles. I have modified a few of these and mounted them to my sunglasses so that I don't have to worry about this problem. The modification involves using wire clippers to remove the three vertical pieces from the clip. I attach the horizontal piece to the sunglasses' arm with self-fusing silicone tape. The photos I have attached show this. This method works well for me. The shrink tubing method does not work as well as the self-fusing silicone tape method.
👤I've tried a bunch of different small mirrors for cycling and sculling, and this is the one I keep coming back to because it works for most glasses frames. I wish the mirror was bigger, but the larger mirrors I've tried don't have the same reliability. You have to get used to getting a good view of what's behind you on a bicycle or what you're about to run into as you row in a scull. I don't feel comfortable on the bike or in the boat without one of these. In your 20s, it's easy to see what's ahead of you, but in your 60s, it becomes more difficult. These mirrors have helped me deal with grief.
The silver and blue lens have anti-glare coefficients of 50% and 75%, respectively. It is designed for drop bars. HD anti-glare glass mirror. It's necessary to measure the fit inside the handlebar within 16mm 21mm. It's Applicable for both Left and Right. Eco-friendly, made in Taiwan, with nylon and fiber.
👤I decided to write a review because I didn't see any reviews on the product. I bought a mirror to use. I like it a lot. I only had two chances to ride it. There is snow and icy roads. I can see the traffic. It doesn't increase air draft or weight as much as I think it would. When I hold the tops, I should move my arm to see the mirror. The drops and hoods are fine. When the season starts for my Roubaix and Tarmak bikes, I'm going to buy 2 more. The mirror is better than the helmet. I write the review because I want to, no one paid me for it. There is a P.S. English is my 4th language and I need to apologize for some mistakes.
👤This is the best bar end mirror I have tried. I ordered it with the standard glass. It was easy to install on my road bike. It's large enough to be useful. With my hands on the hoods, I can see the side of my left knee and calf behind me. The shape of the car makes it hard to see it more than 4 or so lengths behind you, but you can tell if the car is dangerous or coming too fast. If you're riding in town or city, make sure the cars give you room as they pass or sit in your blind spot, but you'll still want to do a head check before entering the road. Unless you're right on your tail, it's not possible to see cyclists behind you. The mirror is of high quality. It's made from glass and a strong material. It will not scratch like cheap plastic or polished metal. I was able to get it adjusted properly. I mounted it at a slight angle, instead of straight inline with the bars. There is a If you hit the mirror on your top tube with your handlebars, the adjustment screw is not strong enough to prevent it from moving. If you hit the mirror or drop your bike, it will just move instead of breaking off. It would be great if it had a way of popping back into place so you didn't have to adjust it every time. The piece of plastic between the mount and mirror is small and flimsy, so I expect a full weight drop of the bike or higher speed impact would snap it off. The mirror would likely shatter if it were glass. I think I'd rather break a cheap mirror than my handlebars or frame. If you don't like helmet or glasses mounted mirrors, this is a good idea.
👤The field of view is narrow, you have to move your head or your handle bars to see what is behind you. There is a * The side-to-side adjustment is very small, I couldn't get it adjusted far enough in toward the bike to see what was behind me. If your drop bars are flared out at the bar ends, the minimal horizontal adjustment issue is worse. * Any object more than a few feet behind you is too small to see in the mirror. When my partner is on my tail, I can see them clearly. I miss seeing a car that is more than a few car lengths behind me. When the object is close, I miss approaching cars until they overtake me because of the narrow field of view.
The rear view mirror can be used with most bicycles, mountain bikes, road bikes, ordinary bikes, MTB, electric scooter, E-bike and so on. The bike mirror is made from high-quality materials. A clearer and broader viewing field can be provided by using the Acrylic convex mirror. The rear view mirror is built in a support pole with a plastic shell and can be adjusted in a variety of ways. You can get a clear and safe view of the road conditions with the help of a bike mirror. You can easily install and disassemble Rear view Bicycle Mirrors. After a few minutes, you can fix the mirror on the handlebars. The bike mirror can be used for most conventional bicycle handlebars. Before purchasing, please check your bike's handlebar diameter. If you have a question or concern about the bicycle rear view mirror, please contact them, they will provide you with the best solution. If you have a question or concern about the bicycle rear view mirror, please contact them, they will provide you with the best solution.
👤It isn't glass so it is distorted, but it is expected. It would be better to have better visibility.
👤The design of the two mirrors is better than expected and they are holding up well. This product is very good.
👤It was too small to use duct tape.
All customers can return and get a refund. You have no risk if the purchasing is not done for any reason. 100% high quality material. The rearview mirror is made of high quality material and has a long service life. The bicycle rearview mirror is easy to install. Installation is easy without adjustment. Direct replacement for your old or broken one. You can contact them if you have any questions about the product. They will give you a solution in a timely manner. No need to worry about aftersale services. The bike rear view glasses are easy to carry. The new rear view glasses are portable and easy to use. The rearview helmet mirror can be adjusted and can be rotating. The rearview helmet mirror can be adjusted and can be rotating.
It is easy to install. Attach the mount with a rubber strap. In minutes, well mounted. Please confirm the purchase of the "TAGVO" to prevent copy/flaud. The bike mirror has a wide field of view for any viewing angle. It is easy to clean and it is weather resistant. The pole can be bent freely to help you watch every direction of your back. The gasket can be adjusted according to the size of the handlebar with the help of the required screws and non-slip gasket. The installation is complete. The bicycle mirror can be used for many purposes. Road Mountain Bike is a universal bike. Bike Mirrors are suitable for road bikes, mountain bikes, city bikes, and your bike. If you have a problem with their product, please contact them.
👤The bike mirrors are great. We had to return other mirrors because they don't have enough time to see past our own bodies. Our electric bikes have nice grips that won't fit in mirrors. Other people are moving their electronics further in towards the center so they can mount their mirrors. The stems are flexible and can be seen around me. The mirrors are great.
👤The mirrors have food in them. I was able to get them delivered within a week because they were affordable. They were easy to put on my bike and they are stable, so if you bumped them they will move out of position, but they go back easily. You can bend them to get the best view behind you. Although the mirrors were mounted, I was not able to see in the mirror behind me very well. The car was not clearly visible until it was 15 feet behind me. I wanted a mirror so I could see if a car was behind me. I can't see cars behind me until they are right up to me. The mirror makes things look farther away than they are. I want to see if I can see the cars long before they hit me.
👤I needed 2 of these for our bikes, but I needed ones that could be installed on handle-bars which could not be disassembled due to hand brakes and gears. These arrived without instructions. I studied them online before ordering them. They spread apart to go over the handle bars. If they are too big for your handle-bars, they have to make them fit your bike, but the spacers are hard to use. I used electrical tape and 4 letter words to get the spacers to work. I can use them with our bike cover because they are working well. I might not order them.
👤The mounting system is easy to install and the bubble swans look very nice. But... I'm not sure if it is me or something else, but I can't see anything behind me. I can't see my riding partner who is following me without moving my body to one side. They work well for a car coming up on your left, but I wish it was better. I tried to make a 3 inch extension for them, but it wouldn't help unless it was 3 feet long. I ordered a mirror that goes into the end of my handle bars so we can see how it works. The girl at the bike shop said the only thing that works is helmet mirrors. Back to the drawing board!
👤People who say these are easy to install are in a parallel universe. These are not easy to install because I am very handy. There are no instructions. The rubber strips fit next to the bars or between the mirror and the rigid spacer, so you have to figure that out on your own. You have to figure out which side of the rubber strip goes down. The strips are too long. They are infinitely variable, however the long flexible arm does vibrate as you ride. It is not bad. There is a You will like them once you get them on. If you want to mount quickly, look elsewhere.
The entire adjustment is FULL ANGULAR. The bike mirror is built to rotation for maximum coverage. It is easy to adjust to your desired angle. The screw should be fastened after adjustment. The bicycle rearview mirror with its wide field of view can be adjusted to any viewing angle. It can be installed without other auxiliary tools. It's suitable for 22mm-32mm bicycle handlebars. The lens can be attached to any fitted handlebars firmly and easily, thanks to the 2 anti-slip rubber gasket, which can hold the lens to the mirror holder for it to stay in place. The bicycle mirror is ideal for road bike, mountain bike, bmx, motorcycle, e-bike, etc. If you are unhappy with any product, please contact them. They will do their best to solve your problem quickly. If you are unhappy with any product, please contact them. They will do their best to solve your problem quickly.
👤Two for the price of one from other sellers. Two people are using one on an electric trike and the other on an electric scooter. It's an added safety to see people driving behind us.
👤I was not sure what to expect on my recumbent, but these were what I needed. I carry a large water mug so I have the mirror straight up. I have it on the other side. Both ways work well. I couldn't be happier.
👤The mirrors didn't work for me. Send them back. They didn't fit my handlebars, but they did fit on the mirror stem. That is not flexible. The mirror is the only part that can be adjusted.
👤I am glad I put these things on my kayak.
👤These are cheap plastic mirrors. I have trouble finding a mirror on my trike. I thought these were worth a try. They did not work for me. The plastic mount hardware was not strong enough to hold the mirror in place and the attachment system was not flexible enough to work on the narrow tube.
👤I tried attaching the mirrors to my handlebars, but could not get them to tighten the grips. The mirrors should be returned to the drawing board.
👤It makes things look small and vibrates a lot.
👤The lawn tractor is working great after it was installed.
The coating is mirror. Reduce risk. You can reduce the risk of outdoor sports if you pay attention to the outdoor sports in the rear. Other uses. The use of such glasses can greatly increase the police's ability to watch criminal suspects. It's a great gift for friends and family. It's easy to see back. The inside of the lens is coated with a high-tech coating that makes it possible for the wearer to see the rear view from the corner of the eye. The anti- tracking design is not good. When you notice someone tracking, it can help you see the situation behind without causing the attention of the tracker, and it is also very suitable for anti- tracking. They offer online services 24 hours a day. They will respond to your questions in a timely manner if you leave them a message.
👤A gift for a spy in the making. He loved them. A big person definitely makes dor adults. He enjoys them, none the less.
👤The quality was not what I hoped for.
👤The angle of the mirrors is awkward when trying to keep you safe.
👤Not comfortable but cute. They have an odd way of resting.
👤The quality of the reflection from both sides is not checked by the manufacturer. The left reflection is normal and the right is cloudy, but they have glasses. There is a The other glasses that I ordered were either normal or bad.
👤It wasn't as good as you thought. Poor quality. Look like a film on glasses.
It can be used for handlebars with a diameter of 25mm. It can be used for 22.2mm handlebars. They can use it for leisure bike handlebars. Their bicycle rear view mirror can be adjusted to any angle, without blind spots in the line of sight. The safe long arm makes riding safer because it ensures better coverage of the field of vision. Installation stability is achieved by the hard plastic support and aluminum alloy base. The mirror can be used for a long time because of the sturdy structure. The mirror won't crack or break even during downhill riding. It is very easy to install, they have nuts to lock them in place. You can have a better view behind you if you adjust the mirror.
👤Terrible. The mirror wouldn't work for a Tri-Cycle. Not long enough to see over my shoulder. It is cheap made.
👤It wasn't long enough to be able to see behind me. My handlebars are not long. Maybe that is why. I tried on my mountain bike, but I couldn't see how this could work on a beach cruiser or low rider. And it kept moving. I returned it.
👤The mirror is large and well made. If the arm was about 2 inches longer, I would have liked it. I have to move out of the way to see behind me because I get a great view of my shoulder.
👤The mirror on my handle bar has a screw on the bottom that screws into the factory slot on my scooter. It works perfect!
👤I wanted side mirrors for my wife as it was more like riding a scooter or small motorcycle than a e bike. I was tempted to buy the mirrors on the website, but I decided against it. These seem to be almost the same for $29.99 with free prime shipping. The mirror parts are slightly different as they are shorter. The arm extensions seem to be the same.
👤The mirror is helpful on the road. I can't imagine riding a bike without a mirror. The mirror will move if there is a strong wind. It is easy to get it back to its original position.
👤The mirror was easy to attach, though it shakes a bit when riding on rough terrain. I would like it to be an inch or two longer so that I could see over my left shoulder.
👤The mirror is shaking because of the stand that is attached to the handle bars. It's hard to see anything in the mirror. I tried to tighten it. I gave it 2 stars because it looks like a listing, but it is almost useless.
👤This is for the left side, but not for the right side. The parts need to be re-presented on Amazon. There is a There is a message for sellers. What do I need for the right side? There is a I would use the mirror if I could get another side.
The silver and blue lens have anti-glare coefficients of 50% and 75%, respectively. Car used safe glass lens has anti-glare coating. The body is impact resistant. High strength aluminum alloy. Flat handlebars outer diameter 22.2mm;hex key 4mm; recommend 2Nm Torque! Only one side. The silver and blue lens have anti-glare coefficients of 50% and 75%, respectively.
👤I ride a bike. The bike can go very fast, which made it important to have a mirror. I tried a lot of mirrors, but they either didn't work with the handlebars, or they shook too much while riding. The mirror wouldn't stay put with the wind. They didn't let me see behind them. I have had a mirror for a while and have ridden a lot. It's easy to change, the mirror stays where you angle it, and it works. There is a It's easy to install. I didn't have to remove anything.
👤I'm giving this mirror a tentative 5 stars because I'm loving it. After installing it, I went for a bike ride in Nashville, Tennessee. I had to find a replacement for a 4mm allen wrench after about 5 minutes of installation. In a second, more on that. I put it on my Schwinn Capital, a fine, all purpose, not-too-expensive bike, and it made it Left-wise. I was able to scoot the left mirror all the way left before it ran into the control. It was correct in that position. I was able to tilt the mirror a bit to adjust it. There is a I like the display. It's wide enough to see. There is a So, any negatives? Not really... Is it possible to include a 4mm allen wrench with the mirror for non-bike guys? I don't have tools with me. These might be worth including a spare. There is a I'm a little nervous about this. The threaded piece of plastic is used to hold the allen screw in place. I'm worried that it will loosen and eventually strip. Hopefully not... I'm not going to move it a lot. We'll see. I'm quite happy with it.
👤The mirror is easy to attach and the blue glass works well.
👤The mirror mounts to the handle bar with a low profile. I bought the blue version because I thought it would help mitigate the sun glare. It's difficult to see vehicles coming and how close they are due to the tint.
👤This is a mirror. There were many mixed feelings. I have two kids that are just learning to ride. I wanted a mirror to see behind me when I was in front of the older one. I've tried a lot of mirrors. The mirrors are either bad or they are moving out of position, and this is in addition to them looking ridiculous. I arrived at the mirror. I'd been eyeing it for a while, but it looked a little strange in the pics in comparison, and the price was just too big to justify a bike mirror. Here I am. I ordered a single mirror for the left side. I thought this is it. Let's get their best model. There is a The mirror was easy to install and had a solid clamp with a single bolt. The bolt takes the same size as most of the bike accessories, but requires a key not included. It took me 30 seconds to position the bolt and screw it back down. The arm goes up. I tried to find the best position by angling the arm lightly forward, but the mirror was at the best position. There is a The arm is a single solid piece that doesn't move at all, and as a result it gives the mirror good structure and is a key reason it works well. The mirror is held on to the arm with a ball joint, so you can position the angle in any direction. The mirror is so easy to move that I was sure it would keep moving. The mirror has stayed put in my rides so far. There is a The mirror is like a rear-view mirror in a car and it gives you a much wider field of vision than those round bike mirrors. The blue mirror was great. The blue cut down on glare making the image even better. I'm using the mirror and it's not vibrating. The wide-field of vision view along with the anti-glare mirror was better than any other bike mirror. There is a I was worried that the product was going to be large and strange. It isn't so in person. The arm and mirror are not nearly as large or obtrusive as they looked in the pictures. The bottom of the mirror was close to the top of my hand, which was perfect. The overall appearance was cool. This was the best bike mirror I tried and it was far and away the best. The mirror is A+ in quality, look, and feel. There is a I have to discuss the two drawbacks of this mirror. The arm is fixed and doesn't move so it has good structure. My gear shift mechanism is mounted right next to the handle, which made this an issue for me. The mirror had to be on the inside of the mechanism. The arm is fixed in position, so when the mirror fell past the handle, it ended up above the handle. I see a clear reflection of my arm when I look in the mirror. The only way to see behind me is to take my hand off the handlebars, because my forearm takes up 50% of the mirror image. It's easy to do, but annoying when I keep looking behind me. The only real option is to mount the gear shifts further in, which will ruin the positioning of it in relation to my fingers. Not optimal. I get the usefulness in avoiding situations like this, even though the mirrors with the bendy arms look bad. There is a The price is the other downside of this mirror. $29? Are you serious? Wait... I said that this was the best looking mirror out there. I did. $30 for one bike mirror? Most bike mirrors are only $15 for a two-pack. I bought a metal-cased 8-port switch from Netgear for $19. I just bought a waterproof smart plug for $24. I just bought a 15ft propane hose for only $28. So $29 for a single mirror? There is no way to get around it. It's way over-priced. I like the mirror, but I also feel annoyed and angry towards Meachow. The non-tinted at $24 for 1 is way overpriced. If it was $30 for a 2-pack. I would have been okay with it if it was $40 for a 2-pack. Are the plastic bike mirrors worth nearly $60? No. The Crystal clear anti-glare wide-field-of-vision mirror is a great quality, top-notch looks, and is better than every other mirror I tried. Depending on your bike, it may be positioning issues.
The bike rearview mirror is applicable for both the left and right sides. It's great for mountain bikes, road bikes and city bikes. The package included a bike mirror and a wrench. A grade auto glass has a crystal clear finish. You will have a clear view. This makes riding safer. The lens has anti-glare blue. Anti-reflective coating eliminates glare in normal environments. The inside diameter is 11mm x 5mm. Full angle adjustment is possible with a mirror head rotating and a bar joint swinging. The mirror can be locked quickly with the help of the steel screws. Eco-friendly high impact nylon with fiber long arm ensures clearer rear view. The mounted handlebar has a diameter of 22.2mm. Also has a foldaway function. Solid construction ensures this mirror will last a long time. The mirror will not crack or break during downhill bike riding. The weight is per mirror. There is a warranty. They can offer a 2 years warranty because they are so confident in the mirror. They are happy to give you a refund or replacement.
👤I got these mirrors today. The rider's hands block some of the view when they can't be mounted directly next to the grip. It's true to a certain extent, but they're still usable. If I want to mount the right hand mirror underneath the bar on the left side, I can do that since the hand isn't blocking the view, according to other reviewers who have done that. I'm satisfied with the way the mirror works, but at some point I might try that. The controller for the motor is next to the left hand grip, so I can't put it next to the grip. I can't move that further inward because I'd lose my ability to push the control buttons with my thumb. This set up works for me. I used the right hand mirror mounted on the left side, underneath, and there was a noticeable improvement; nothing blocks the view and it gives a more complete look at what's to my side and behind me. There is a I'd like to add a few things. A pair of mirrors costs the same as a mirror from another vendor. The mirrors from this vendor are of great value. 2. The handlebars fit perfectly with the mounting brackets. No slipping. It is very easy to install. It's very easy to tighten down so that the mirror doesn't move over bumps. I only ride on the road so I can't say how these would fare off road, but these mirrors are solid and functional. The images are clear. Highly recommended. 3. The blued mirror has a slightly darker image. 4. There is a difference in depth perspective between the two mirrors that I use on my helmet. The Venzo mirror shows the cars in a different way than the third eye shows them. Something to be aware of. The Venzo mirror is more helpful with cars that are next to me than the third eye. They end up being the best of both worlds.
👤I went on my first ride after receiving a pair of anti-glare mirrors. The mirrors are made with an easy attachment to the handle bars, using one allen screw. The back of the mirror has an allen screw that makes adjustments for tilt and positioning. I was impressed that the mirror didn't bounce when I went over a bumpy country road. The view was clear and undistorted, and I could see cars behind me. I mounted the right side mirror underneath the left side of the handlebars because my arm was blocking it. What an improvement! The view was unrestricted because my arm no longer blocked the mirror. If your view is compromised by your arm, I would recommend mounting the mirror under the handlebars. I took another reviewer's recommendation to buy silver instead of blue glass. The image is bright and detailed, and it does not glare. This is one of the best bike accessory purchases I have ever made.
👤The Cannondale Quick hybrid bike has a mirror on it. It should fit most bike handlebars. The mount diameter is too small for a road bike, so it will not fit onto a road handlebar. There is a The Hafny bar end mirror broke when the bike fell over. It's higher up making it more within the line of sight, which means less head turning to look into the mirror. It's not mounted to the bar end, so it should be less vulnerable if the bike falls over. There is a The housing is strong. The ball mount has a screw that reduces mirror movement. I rode a smooth graded trail and the mirror moved, but it was more stable after I tightened the mount screw. There is a The best view you can see is in the attached photo, which shows a car about 15 feet behind me. I mounted this to the inside of the levers. The manufacturer suggests mounting between the levers. I mounted further end to not have a reach to the levers. The mirror is wide enough to see a good part of the road and traffic behind me, even if I see more of my arm in the mirror. There is a It seems sturdy, easy to install, and nice wide view. It's expected that the construction is sturdy.
The mirror is only meant to work on eyeglasses or helmet visors and cannot be used on standard eyeglasses.
👤The question most often asked is which version you prefer, the original or the compact. There is a The mirror on the Original is 37mm x 29mm. The Compact is 37mm x 18mm. Photos showing dimensions. There is a The Original is larger than the Compact, but positioned further away from the point of attachment. 1. It is easier to focus on the Original because it is farther away from the eye. Some people report that it is easier to focus on the original mirror than on the other. 2. The Original tends to bounce or vibrate a bit more because it has a longer armature. 3. The Original view is squarer than the Compact, which makes it easier to see. The frame of reference makes it easier to comprehend what one is seeing. The squarer view helps to compensate for the longer armature by offsetting the effect of any vibration. 4. The Compact is positioned closer to the eye and gives a wider field-of-view. 5. The Compact is positioned closer to the face, which makes it less ostentatious on the person who is wearing it. 6. The mirrors can be configured to either horizontal or vertical. If you want, you can place the mirror at an angle. The frame and joints are stiff and will stay in place once configured. They don't loosen or droop during normal wear. There is a I don't have a problem focusing with either mirror. I use the Compact version during my daytime walks. I like its smaller form. It seems to do the same job. There is a I prefer the original for night walks. The squarer image helps me figure out what I'm looking at in the dark. I don't feel self-conscious with a bigger mirror under the dark. Users should buy both versions at this price point. Both mirrors are still working like new. There was no sagging. There was no loosened hinges. There was no degradation of plastic parts. There was no metal damage. There were no scratches on the mirror. There is a One point may not be obvious to new users. You can position the mirror on either side of the head, but I would suggest you place it on the left side. On two-way roads, this allows you to see traffic coming from the rear when you're walking/biking on the right side of the road. If you hug the right side of the sidewalk or bike path, any bicyclist or skateboarder approaching you from the rear will pass you on the left side.
👤I've used a number of cycling mirrors attached to my glasses over the years, and I keep coming back to this one even though it is less than ideal. The mount to the glasses could be improved. The mount is not secure on cycling glasses with curved temple pieces. This is the one I recommend, but until someone makes a better bicycle mirror, I don't recommend it. The Third Eye is a good mirror that uses a plastic mount. The plastic mounts fatigue and break. A metal mount lasts a long time. The mirror comes in two different sizes. Not everyone can adapt to riding with a mirror attached to their glasses. If you can adapt, it's the best option because you can aim it in different directions. It has an advantage over the mirrors. When the helmet is taken off and set down, the helmet mirrors can be easily knocked off.
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