The bicycle mirror is ideal for a wide range of bikes. There is attention. The bike mirror is only suitable for handlebars from 22-32mm. 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 product has a 12 months warranty. Please contact them first if you have any questions. They can help you solve the problem. The handlebar is mirror style.
👤This is my third mirror. I have two bikes with one on them and they have been good products. I ordered a new one after breaking one in a crash. I started a ride without checking it. I thought I was having eye issues when I first looked at it. I couldn't see anything behind me, a very narrow field of view, double images, and everything out of focus. I swapped the mirror on my other bike for the one I used after my ride. I received a new mirror and it appears to have the wrong glass. It is not as flat as it should be. The mirror is useless. I don't know if this is a new design or a quality control issue, but be careful if you order.
👤Over the past several years, I have had six or more of these, and they have been great. The best mirror I've found. A large size, small shape, and glass mirror give a bike mirror a clean image with no distortion. The mirror is completely different for my most recent purchase. It's either flat or slightly curved. It is not usable as a bike mirror. This will give you a very narrow field of view and it will amplify the mirror's sound as you ride. This most recent version was very disappointing. They must have made a poor design change or this is a counterfeit version.
👤I love this robe. I bought a second one for my road bike after I put one on my Trek hybrid. Being a truck driver, I place a lot of importance on mirrors. There is a The quality of the glass is very important to me. There is a This mirror is better than any other I've tried. On the straight handbars, it is located very well, and sits out from the end of the bar grip, so my hands don't interfere. I didn't think I'd like it on the road bike because the mirror would end up there. There is a I bought a road bike with a small streamlined mirror, but I didn't like how small it was. It was difficult to see what was behind you, how close it was, and how fast it was coming. There is a I bought a bigger mirror and set it out to the side of the bar, but it got in the way of my hands as I was descending the bar. There is a I took the mirror off my hybrid out of desperation because I needed something for a ride that day. There is a If I'm keeping my elbow in a tight place, my forearm won't block the mirror. It's nice to have a good size to see what's coming and how far behind me it is. For a good view, stable. It is easy to mount and comes with two sizes of rubber inserts. You choose which size best fits the inside of your bar end, tighten it up a little, then push it all the way in, so that it slides in fully, but with a little resistance. There is a You need to make sure you tighten it completely or it will shake when you are on bumpy roads. I noticed that some reviews mentioned falling out. It needs to be tightened completely.
It is possible to achieve dependability. You can put items in the basket and take the basket to the beach, the pool as an item placement. Three-inch round mirror for bicycles. The mirror pivots to any angle of view. Mounts on the handle bar. It fits inside handlebars with 13 to 22.5 inside diameter.
👤This is a good mirror. You can set it up in a lot of different positions and get a lot of different angles. I like to lean on the handlebars, so I set mine up to go below them. I don't want it in the way. I can't think of a con that is more ugly. I did not buy a mirror and helmet to be fashionable. I would expect a mirror of this size to reflect what I see. Things look clear but far away. I left the pivot points loose so I can change my riding position when I change. If my review was helpful, please hit that button.
👤The bike mirror is deserving of high praise and ratings. I ordered the Hafny Bar End Bike mirror and the Venzo Handlebar mirror. The rearward view was not as good as the other two because they were smaller in mirror image surface. They were not shabby but their product engineering was not as good as the Mirrycle. The Mirrycle is made with male bolts that screw into micro-tapered female brass pieces that become tighter and tighter as you tighten the bolts. It is difficult to put the bolt in place with the key, but you get a mirror on your handlebars that does not jiggle, even though it is a bit difficult to put the bolt in place with the key. It bounces as the handlebars bounce, but all the jiggle in the mirror is eliminated. You can adjust the rearward view with your hand with the larger mirror surface. Excellent product and great value. I would have liked to have gotten this sooner.
👤We had to make two returns because the original purchase and replacement were not good. Both pieces were affected by the same defect, which was caused by the improper cutting of threads in the tubular parts that made it impossible for the bolts to be screwed into the proper depth to create the lock. We tried to use our own high- Torque wrench. It is clear that the manufacturer's lousy quality control was present in the issue. We are moving onto something more reliable because we are disappointed in this product. Amazon's service in return and replacement has been flawless and the service has been kept to a minimum. It's good to praise Amazon.
👤This is the best rear view mirror I have ever seen. Even though it is ugly and sticks out, it works well and I can still see what is happening back there. It will swing in when necessary, but does not flop around with every bump, though how it is set up when put together is really important. The parts are readily available for the mirror, and I have broken the glass and bought that part for less than $5 shipped. I feel that broken glass is not a bad thing since any mirror that is good will use glass. I don't know if that's typical of mirrors, but the glass doesn't seem to be safety glass. I measured the diameter of the two handlebar tube inserts, which were included with the mirror. No tools are needed to install the mirror. When I haul my dog trailer, I supplement the mirror with a seat post mounted mobius action cam that is connected to my phone using an otg cable and the Mobius app forANDROID. I use an app to lock the screen. I mount my phone to my handlebars so that it displays my rear view camera, which I use to keep an eye on my dog. The field of view on the phone is better than the mirror, so it's easier to see directly behind it. The Mirrycle mirror is always on and ready to ride, unlike my phone/camera set up.
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 think all bicycle and motorcycle mirrors used to be like this one, with large, flat mirrors on stems long enough to get them out past your arm and up near eye level. The mirrors I bought were not always on short stems. I mounted a pair under my handlebars because I couldn't see past my arms. There is a The photos show the difference between a flat mirror and a convex one. I'm looking at a car 100 feet behind me. I want to see everything back at least 600 feet. A vehicle's light might not be as bright as it could be. I can't rely on a mirror that's straight. There is a The old mirror is 25 feet away from my eyes, while the new one is only 15 feet away. If it's not adjusted to see where I want to see, I can simply move my head a little. I would not have been able to get the new accessory. I used a set of sockets and pliers. I'd squeeze the ends of the clamp to bend it around a small sockets and work my way up to a fat one. I had to tighten the bar until the stem didn't turn in the clamp. I don't want the ability to turn loose enough to cause damage as I ride. The mirror can be turned around on the right side with the help of a nut on the stem. I'm thinking of buying a second one in case I damage this one. A good mirror is hard to find.
👤There are some issues with this mirror. There are three things to know. The mounting strap is poorly designed. Most people will mount it to a cylindrical handlebar, since it's intended to fit a rectangular shape. To flatten the strap, use pliers or a vise. It is easy to bend it to fit your handlebars. The strap is long enough to fit a 7/8" handlebar, and there is enough adjustment available to fit a thicker one. The mirror stays in place if the mounting bolt is tight. There are two This is a heavy object. It's the wrong choice if you're trying to save ounces. I had to tighten the pivot joint where the mirror meets the mounting rod. To get at the adjusting screw, you need to remove the mirror glass. Put a rubber strip on the mirror and push the whole assembly into place. Locktite is a good glue for the adjusting screw and the main mounting bolt.
👤The arm is 10” from mount to pivot. The mirror is 4 inches long by 3 inches wide and 2 inches near the narrow end. Arm can be adjusted at the mirror end. The mirror has a pivot for on-the-go adjusting, which can be tightened if needed by the glass, but I had a hard time getting it back. The mirror is made of glass. My bicycle has drop bars. The brackets are stamped sheet metal. I used a channel lock to make it wrap tightly around the handle bar. There is a The arm is large. It stuck way out of the dropped bar. I tried fastening it to the bar from the center of the stem, but it didn't reach out far enough. The nuts tend to loosen if they are not made extremely tight. I had to tighten the internal pivot because the mirror was out of adjustment. There is a I discarded the mirror to try other things. The problem was too much reach. I gave up trying to fix the tightness problem because of the reach problem. The handle bar tape would have been damaged by the well-tightened brackets.
The products were made in Taiwan and have been tested to make sure they are safe to use. The Flexstalk handlebar bike mirror has a large glass mirror lens for a crystal clear and wide view angle. A bar end bike mirror is a must for cycling. The neck design and lens rotation allow you to securely position the bicycle mirror. Place your bike mirror in a spot that won't cause neck strain. Their Flexstalk is compatible with any round handlebars up to 25.4mm in diameter. It's ideal for mountain bikes, road bikes, cruiser bikes and electric bikes. Quality construction has a backside reflector for added safety. Their bike mirror is made from quality molded thermoplastic and is rust resistant, but also secure, so it can be used for a clear and steady view. Installation is hassle-free. Attach the Flexstalk bike mirror to the round bar, tighten the thumb screw, and adjust the mirror to the desired view position.
👤Doesn't move and stays in place. It's very short and you can't see anything behind you. Unless you want to look at yourself. Another one.
👤The plastic connection does not fit over the Handles. I fit over the handle.
Selle Italia guarantees its products against material and manufacturing defects for 24 months from the date of purchase. Tools are free to install. 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 rear view mirror with gasket is adjusted to your desired angle, and the rotatable mirror provides clear visuals of the road conditions behind you. 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 handlebar rearview mirror can be used on all traditional bicycle handlebars, and can be installed on both sides of electric bicycles, mountain bikes, electric scooters, motorcycles, road bikes, etc. Two packages are what they sell. You only need to order one if you need to install left and right. The handlebar rearview mirror can be used on all traditional bicycle handlebars, and can be installed on both sides of electric bicycles, mountain bikes, electric scooters, motorcycles, road bikes, etc. Two packages are what they sell. You only need to order one if you need to install left and right.
👤It's easy to install, but I don't think it's a good idea for me because I would have to adjust it every time I ride my bike to work. The two plastic pieces make it bend easier and that makes it loose.
👤I was a bit nervous at first. It was too small to see anything and the mirror was weird. It has made me feel more secure while riding. I can see cars behind me. I have enough time to change my plans if necessary.
👤It is good. Things seem too far. Sometimes the car is in the right place but in the mirror it's far away. The mirrors are very dangerous. They are returning them.
👤I have had this on my bike for about a month and no one has complained. I've ridden on dirt trails. The mirror is where I put it. I put one on my wife's bike. It's great that they are all female. I didn't have to figure out which one was male and which one was female before installation.
👤Great product. Mirrors are easy to install and bend to any shape you need. They work great on our bikes. The mirror tilt is nice as well.
👤It is easy to install and works well.
👤I replaced the existing mirrors with these and I will buy another set for my wife.
👤The rubber ring at the handle bar can't stay tight enough to keep the mirror from slipping around the bar, as the handle bar is slightly fatter at one point. If your handle bars are the same diameter, I would buy this.
The Tiger Eye Helmet Mount Mrrflector has a mirror on it. The bike deterrent is safe. The nylon frame body bike mirror has a safe and unbreakable acrylic lens. The bar end bike mirrors are easy to mount. HD CONVEX MIRROR: The bike side mirror has a professional mirror glass that gives you a clear view. It can keep you safe when cycling with a base with 180 degree plane rotation and a full rotation. Universal design. The size of the handlebar allows the mirror to be attached to every type of bike. It fits inside the handlebar. There are tips. Please remove the protective film before using it to protect the mirror lens. Thank you! There are tips. Please remove the protective film before using it to protect the mirror lens. Thank you!
👤The old cliche "you get what you pay for" applies when it comes to bike mirrors. Two mediocre mirrors for the price of one good one is not a good deal. The insert for the bar ends doesn't stay tight, which leaves the rider frequently making adjustments. It was an unwanted distraction. The mirrors give a wider field of view than the round ones. I tried the Acruna on the right and the quality mirror on the left. I will replace it before long, because it falls into the "better than nothing" category.
👤It was installed fairly easily. If you can't support the bike in your riding position, set the mirrors and tighten them. You have to adjust while riding, stop, and tighten completely. If tightened, stay in position. If you lean your bike against a wall or car, the bar-end mirrors will easily be moved.
👤These were cheap, but they work well. There is a The mirrors are not clear and fun to look at.
👤There is a missing part and not a picture.
👤The mirror is made of plastic. Can't see what's going on.
👤My friend rides his bike a lot. They are easy to put on. He can see them at night. There is sturdy and durable. It was made from strong materials. I will get another set for my bike.
The products are made in Taiwan and have passed an EU REACH test to make sure they are safe to use. Hopene bike mirrors for handlebars with convex mirror designs for a more wide field vision give you HD visuals of the road conditions behind you to help keep you safe from road accidents. The mirrors can be mounted on bikes. The bike rearview mirror can be adjusted to help you see every direction of your back. Hopene bike mirrors are a game-changing accessory. The Hopene bike rear view mirror is made of high quality plastic and durable. The bike mirror can be protected from cracking. It only takes 3 steps to install this bicycle mirror. The protective film on the bike mirror ensures a clear view of the road. The bicycle mirrors for handlebars fit flat & drop bars with an inner diameter of 0.71-0.86 inch. Measure your bike handlebars before purchasing. The bicycle mirrors for handlebars fit flat & drop bars with an inner diameter of 0.71-0.86 inch. Measure your bike handlebars before purchasing.
👤I added a few safety features to my Fatbike after purchasing it for my 60th birthday, including rear view mirrors. The first pair that I bought was fine for a while. I liked the nearly 3” diameter surface as it provided a pretty wide view of what was coming up behind me, but it quickly became apparent that the tension strap attachment was less than ideal, and they were flopping out of position regardless of the tension on the adjustment screw. There is a One day, I walked into my garage and found one of the mirrors on the floor. The cheap plastic strap attached to the strap snapped under the strain of the rubber. There is a I found these, which are inserted into the holes at the end of the bar and held tight with an expansion screw system, which seems to work well. I don't think there will be a failure in the middle of the night. There is a The reflective surface is not perfect, but it is more than adequate for my needs, even though the mirrors themselves are not as large as the others. I don't have to read the license plate to see if a truck is coming. There is a I like the design of the mirror-mount. The mirror can be adjusted in any direction if one screw is loosened or tightened. The mirror could only be tightened on one axis. My initial opinion was to give this 5-stars, but we will see how they hold up.
👤The mirrors are good for the price. They work well and install easily. They're easy to adjust and don't vibrate when riding. When positioned well, I get a good view of what's to the side and behind me. There is a They're plastic construction so you don't want to be too hard on them, but I've been using them for a month or so and they've held up fine. I have no idea why I waited so long to get a set of rear view mirrors, they are a game-changer for riding. Recommended!
👤The mirrors are easy to assemble out of the box. The handlebar end should be between 18mm and 22mm. The mirrors are larger than a can. The mirror shows a clear image. I recommend using a thread lock on the mounting screw and the screw on the side that secures the mirror. The mirror should not be vibrated out of alignment if the side screw is snugged up. There is an update. 700 miles of riding the mirror has held up well after 8 weeks. If I ever need another mirror, I would buy it again.
👤I mounted the two mirrors on my bike this morning. Installation is easy. I sprayed the ends of the mirrors to make it easier to put them in the handlebars. It is very easy to tighten and adjust the keys with the kit. I was concerned that they might be too small to be effective. They let me know what's going on. I'm impressed! For the price of these mirrors, you're getting a well made product and you're adding to your safety on the roads. Have fun and be careful.
The bicycle mirrors give you the essentials. If there is damage to the product, please contact them through Amazon customer service. You can adjust the base to any direction to help you watch your back. A clear view and fastness are supported by a glass mirror and rubber belt. Applies to mountain bikes, kids bicycle, off-road vehicle and fixed gear bikes. High-definition views and shatterproof chrome plated mirror are ideal for decoration, if you adopt high- strength material and screw. There are no tools needed. It will be installed in a few minutes if you use the rubber strap buckle. Please pay attention! To prevent the mirror from shaking due to bumps during riding, be sure to install the buckle tightly.
👤The mirrors are made of plastic. The write up says glass, but it was plastic. One of them had a big scratch on the mirror. I wouldn't buy a toy bike from these. I would like the manufacturer to send me mirrors with glass instead of plastic. After a week or so, the mirror has developed a film on them and it won't come off. How can a manufacturer be allowed to sell a product that is not worth buying?
👤Trash is cheap and useless. The mounting pieces are flimsy.
👤Garbage! The rubber strap broke. The weight of the flimsy tin foil they call a mirror is too much for the sloppy part of the swivel. There is a Even if the mirror was not like looking through a glass of milk, the reflective surface would still give an accurate perspective.
👤The mirror base on the handle bar is poorly manufactured and when I hit a roadbump they move and turn freely.
👤It flops around because you can't tighten it.
👤Not strong at all. It keeps moving. It was useless.
👤Like the fit and easeness of use, but still battling right positions.
👤It's hard to put it over the grips.
👤No pude usarlos, pero los quera usar para mi bicicleta.
👤La piezas lleg. Cmo hago para me? Is it aplica ah?
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.
ROCK BROS BIKE Mirrors are perfect for road bikes, mountain bikes, E- bikes, hybrid bikes, city bikes etc. As cyclists they need to watch out for distracted drivers and not paying attention. Stay safe. The most advanced cycle mirror is designed for safety with panoramic glass for a wide viewing area and a reflector for better visibility in low-light riding conditions. LIABLE The rear view mirror of the Eyelink road bike is vibration resistant. A soft-touch rubber for a comfortable grip was created with carbon composite. The Eyelink is an Italian road bike mirror. Selle Italia guarantees its products against material and manufacturing defects for 24 months from the date of purchase.
👤I bought this for my bike as it seemed to be the best option for a mirror mounted in a position similar to found motorcycles as this is the best way to see what is behind me. It does do this well in that it has a wide view behind and is positioned properly to allow me to do quick checks. I almost bumped it up to 2 stars because of how well it provided coverage. The mirror was on for about 30 miles. The mirror broke on the 3rd ride into work and I was going to wait until I got home to fix it. The mirror fell onto the road after it separated from the assembly on the ride home. Most of my commute is on the road. The mirror was held to the assembly by a small amount of hot glue. This is very cheap for the mirror. I would not recommend this product to anyone.
👤When you're riding, what price do you pay for safety? $65 or so for something that will greatly enhance safety when you're on a busy street? It's kind of priceless. There aren't many great options for those with drop bar road style bikes. There are different types of helmets. The viewing area is small and you have to hold your head still. The bar end varieties have small viewing areas that are distorted in order to get a lot of rear view, and they tend to be on the distorted side. They require you to really take your eyes off the road in front of you in order to hone in on what you're seeing. There are more options for flat bar handlebars. The Hafny mirror is designed to fit on the straight handlebars, but road bike handlebars tend to be narrower, so I use the Hafny bar to place the mirror close to my body. The placement of the mirror may affect how usable it is. The Salle Italia is designed to fit over the brake/shifter units. There's a ring around the part of the mirror that's attached to it. The strap goes around the top of the bike. It's good at holding. You can see a larger and less distorted image in the mirror. There is a The Selle Italia mirror seems overpriced in terms of execution and quality of contruction after seeing a lot of other products. "Made In Italy" is promoted on their website. You will see "Made In Taiwan" on the unit itself if you notice in the photo I posted. Unless Taiwan becomes a protectorate of Italy, this is probably not made in Italy. Is it designed in Italy? Maybe. The construction is plastic. The Hafny products have glass mirrors and are less expensive than Selle Italia. I wouldn't complain if it did its job. It does in part, but not where it counts the most. I'm getting a replacement to see if the flaw is with my sample. There is a The ball bearing pivot is not terrible. It feels cheap. It doesn't stay put at some points of the pivot. The pivot bearing seems to be oblong, with slight obstructions along the way. When I reached that point, I had to apply a bit more force to get it past that point, and then pressure inside to propel it past that point. It goes past the spot where I need to put the mirror. I took a video so you can see it. I started the mirror from the point where I need it to be, and then moved it to the point after the bike stopped. You will see it get to the point, but then fall by itself. It will stay if I move it beyond that point. The mirror will move down beyond where I need it to stop if it is moved back downward. If the replacement is any better, I may change my review. There is a I'm not happy with the initial quality. It doesn't seem like a big deal. If it works, it will be worth it because I know of no other design that will provide a safe bicycle rear view mirror for drop down style handlebars. Having a mirror above the handlebars allows me to take a quick glance and still keep an eye on what's in front of me. Let's hope the company improves. There is a Follow up: A second sample of the mirror was given to me. There is a slight force for the mirror to move back below the point because it has a hump in the pivot bearing. The pivot point can be tightened. It's the place where the top and bottom of the mirror attach, and it's just below the pivot point. The top and bottom pieces are held around the pivot by using an allen wrench. It's more difficult to re-pivot the mirror for my ride because of the slipping. The mirror is held in place on the bars with a strap, which is not a solid mount. The strap can be moved a bit if the mirror is put under pressure. I'm not at the same angle when I ride as when I stop, so I have to adjust the mirror at a stop. There is a When I go over bumps, the mirror moves downward from its set point. It's better. It stays in place longer if the pivot is tightened. When the mirror stays in place, it provides a great view. There is a The retail price on this mirror is close to $80. When you get it, you'll be shocked. It's just a bunch of plastic, no better than the $25 mirrors. There is a It's the perfect mirror in terms of angle when it works properly. I could use a bar end type of mirror on a straight road bike, where my body is horizontal to the road, lower down on the bars. I need a mirror that doesn't require me to take my eyes off the road so much because I'm semi-upright with my Salsa Vaya. I tried to contact the manufacturer distributor a couple of times, but got no response. I would be wary of the 2-year warranty being honored. There is a This is not "Made In Italy", as the mirror states, as it is "Made In Taiwan". I don't mind paying for well-paid labor and if it were all manufactured in Italy, I could justify the price. I don't trust the mirror to stay on the bike when it's on the highway. I put it in my car after taking it off the bike. I brought the mirror with me when I came home. I dropped it on the floor from about 3' up. The mirror was cracked in two places. I was able to put the pieces back in the mirror frame after they broke. There is tension on the glass to the shape of the plastic it rests against. I wish there was a better alternative to this mirror, a design that is better executed, but it works well when it's working properly. I still have to adjust the mirror and interface with the drops on the handlebars from time to time, but it's a better place to check out what is behind you than the mirrors based on the endcaps of the drops.
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