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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on June 14, 2011
This mirror is exactly what I wanted. It suctions very strongly to the back window, and is easy to adjust. The mirror is small, so it doesn't block my view out the back window, but it is a bit convex, so it shows a wide area. My only problem with it is that I keep bumping it with my head when I put my baby into his car seat, and it needs to be readjusted. But we have a 2-door car, and if you didn't have to get into the back seat to put your baby in, that wouldn't be an issue. When I got this, there were no reviews on it yet, so I took a chance on it. I'm really glad I did, because it's great!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on June 1, 2012
Pros: The quality of the mirror (not a glass mirror, but some type of reflective plastic/new age material) is very good.

Cons: There are two ball joints in the arm that connects the mirror to the suction cup. One of these is looser than the other. This causes the mirror to droop while driving, especially if it is warm. This problem is extremely annoying. However, there is a simple fix. Using a hot glue gun, the loose ball joint can be immobilized. The mirror can still be adjusted with the other ball joint.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on April 20, 2012
I love the design of this mirror. Clip it to the visor or use the suction cup, and the adjustment is smooth and simple. However, the product is marred by poor quality. It's essentially some reflective material glued over convex plastic (for a wide angle view that's really unnecessary). The reflective material doesn't bend smoothly, so there are major visual distortions all across the mirror. The mirror will work if you'd like to make sure your child is alive, but if you'd like to really see what they're up to, it's not good. I'll be looking for another one. They really should make this mirror higher quality, even if it adds a few dollars to the price.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on September 2, 2011
I was given a baby mirror to affix to my rearview mirror several years ago, and after it had finally lost it's sticky, i realized I had to buy another one for my continued safe driving. I read all the reviews and was resigned to this product because it resembled my old one. When the mirror arrived, the first feature that impressed me was the clarity of the mirror. I had gotten used to the "fun house" quality of my previous one and figured it was to be accepted. Not this one. It has NO distortion and is slightly "fish-eyed" so you can see the entire rear seat without tilting your head. I have two car seats in the back and I can see my children's entire bodies, so I know when little sister thwacks her big brother.

I know that the visor attachment is meant for the front seat, but I used the suction cup just under the rearview mirror. I had to take my eyes off the road to check the mirror on the visor. I think losing a tiny bit of visibility is worth keeping my eyes on the road.

The most important feature is it's heat resistance. I live Florida and I've had the mirror in my car since the beginning of August and it hasn't budged or warped in our hot summer sun. I can only speak for the suction cup attachment, but I doubt the visor attachment is a different design.

If you don't have the same experience I did, you might have gotten a defective one. Send it back.
Vendors prefer happy customers that write positive reviews.

Update on this mirror. It is now 2014, and my 5 and 7 year old are still suffering from Mom knowing exactly what is going on in the back seat. I am still driving (and parking) in the Florida heat, and it has not fallen off. Sometimes, when the ball joint get bumped, I have to fiddle with it to get it into a position where it stays put, but once I readjust the mirror properly, it is fine. The clarity of the mirror is also still perfect, despite effects of time and heat. The product recommends placing the mirror in the back seat or on the visor, but just under the rear view mirror really is the best placement.

I'll concede that perhaps quality has changed over the years, but usually quality is tied to batches in production, so every few months the quality of goods can vary wildly, especially in Chinese manufacturing (which is why amazon reviews are so all-over-the-place). If you get a bad product, always contact the manufacturer personally and they are pretty good about hand selecting a product in good condition.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
So when this mirror arrived I though it was the perfect size. It is the perfect size for my husband's truck, but it doesnt stay!! The suction cup is not good. It does not stay on the window, it is a total waste of money. I would not recommend buying this. I just bought one that goes around the headrest.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 29, 2013
I researched a ton before purchasing this mirror, almost purchased a marine mirror because these reviews were so horrible. I figured, for the low price, why not try it before spending much more for something that may not be neccesary...glad I did! It seems as though every mirror for this purpose is going to be light weight and utilize a reflective film instead of a real mirror to keep this a light weight item. Dispite all of the negativity about the film, it does not distort the image like some people make it seem. Since it is slightly rounded, there are some imperfections, but really, it's $6.99, it's not going to be like your rear view mirror. The viewing area more than covers what I need to see, cliping this to my visor to view my son in the back seat. Some people also mentioned that it fell on their lap while driving...if you clip it to the edge of your visor closest to the windsheild (the part that rotates, not the part that hangs down), it won't come loose and does not vibrate and loose position in this spot either. I have not tried the suction, because the visor clip was perfect. The only negative I can see about this is that while you have it clipped to your visor, you can't put your visor down unless you move it (in which case, you could probably clip it to the other side, in the same spot, once it's down). Overall, perfect for what I needed...highly recommend this product!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 19, 2012
The mirror comes with two different methods of attachment - suction cup or clip onto the visor. I am using the suction cup and it seems to be sticking very well, though I've only had it up for a few days so far. However, the image it gives me of the back seat is incredibly small, much smaller than my regular rear view mirror. I'll be able to see general motion and that's about it. I guess this is a side effect of the wide view but I don't need to monitor three kids, just one, so it doesn't need to be wide. There is also a small amount of distortion, right above the center of the mirror, which is annoying.

If I can find the packaging I'm going to return it, but I may have already discarded some or all of it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 26, 2011
Just nod if you can hear me... This little guy is small. Sometimes size matters (with mirrors!). There is nothing wrong with the suction cup, but the mirror is a little loose on the ball that it swivels on..allowing the mirror to drop...after you just spent all your time getting it adjusted. Sorry, but if i could redo this one, I would go bigger. However, that being said... the size and angles of "line of sight", from mirror to mirror, within a large variety of vehicles, will vary from person to person. Its your call! FYI we put this little guy in a jeep comander and a subaru outback and thought the field of view was too small and the line of sight was less than adequate due to this mirror dropping after it was supposed to be in a fixed position.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 29, 2011
I bought this when my daughter switched to forward facing. I clip it onto the front passenger's visor so I can still move my driver's visor around and still see my daughter. I did have to stick grippers onto the inside of the clip so that it would not slip around on the visor. Now it stays in place really firm and I get to see my little girl. The way we have it we can still move the passenger visor without banging the mirror out of place. The image quality isn't perfect but it is quite good and I feel I can see her clearly. This is the only mirror I was able to find that worked well for forward facing kids and I'm quite happy with my setup.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on July 28, 2011
I thought this was a terrible product - i am online now shopping for a replacement. The worst aspect is that it won't stay up - the suction works fine but the mirror keeps slipping forward on the ball joint so that the mirror points to the floor within about 30 seconds - i've tried fixing it myself by adding sticky tack, etc., to no avail. The mirror itself is also badly distorted.
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