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Munchkin Adjustable Back Seat Mirror


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  • Extra large mirror for viewing your rear facing baby
  • Mirror pivots to view baby at any angle
  • Adjustable straps easily attach to most headrests
  • You see baby and baby sees you
  • Available in neutral color
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Technical Details
Product Dimensions3.2 x 12.8 x 9.5 inches
UPC735282200465
Item model number20046
Target genderUnisex
Number of items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002A9JCYE
Best Sellers Rank #10,972 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

The Munchkin Adjustable Back Seat has an extra large mirror for viewing your rear facing baby. The mirror pivots to view baby at any angle. It has adjustable straps that easily attach to most headrests. You can see the baby and the baby can see you. It is available in neutral color.

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The Munchkin Adjustable Back Seat has an extra large mirror for viewing your rear-facing baby. The mirror pivots to view baby at any angle. It has adjustable straps that easily attach to most headrests. You can see the baby and the baby can see you. It is available in neutral color.

Customer Reviews

I had the same issues as the guy with the video review here.
R. A. Sharenow
I found that the rattle is inside the piece which sits and straps to the seat headrest, not the mirror piece.
Anonymous
This one you can see them perfectly clear and its a big mirror.
George C. Kosbab III

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By luv2shop on January 6, 2011
It sounds like someone needs to go into the business of creating the perfect backseat mirror for a carseat because there isn't currently a good one on the market! This was the best of the bunch that I tried, but like other reviewers it brought both a noisy rattle and very shaky view of our daughter along with the pros, not to mention completely blocking the view out the back window. Because it hangs off a boom arm, I found it much easier to adjust than other mirrors, and my favorite part is that my child does not appear to be miles away - I can see her up close and very clearly. with the more popular model i literally could not make out her features or even see if she was asleep or not. Now to deal with that awful rattle and shake. Because this came the closest to being my favorite mirror, I took the time to test out some modifications to make it work like I had hoped. With these modifications I LOVE IT.

1/ unstitch the rather raggedy seam on the back to access the mirror. remove the boom arm (one screw) and remove the mirror from the plastic backing - it should slide out to the right. then put a paper towel or some other light fabric between the mirror and the plastic casing to help muffle the rattle. put the mirror back in.

2/ glue the mirror to the plastic casing. it rattles in two places - hitting the back (which 1 fixes) and hitting the notches that hold it in place. if you glue it to the frame all the way around it eliminates the second rattle. i just ran a bead of household glue around the outside of the mirror where it meats the frame. reassemble the mirror once glue dries - i never sewed the seam back up - no one will ever see it.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. Tomko on October 11, 2009
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I got this mirror about 3 months ago and love it! I have gotten a 2nd one for my husband's car. It was easy to install and hasn't needed to be adjusted from bumps. The mirror looks normal not like a funhouse mirror. It's very large so I can see not just my baby's face but what he's up to. I did research before I got the mirror and highly recommend this one!
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By BMWBig6 on June 16, 2010
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This mirror has some serious design flaws:

1) The mirror hangs precariously off a 2-inch boom or arm, so it's extremely susceptible to vibrations caused by bumps in the road. The magnitude of the vibrations are amplified at the mirror because it's furthest from the fulcrum or pivot point at the base of the boom. The mirror is almost never idle (not moving), even though I tried different mounting methods that securely fastened the mirror to the car (per instructions). The end result is that your view of your child is always jiggling rapidly, as if you're driving in the middle of an earthquake. This requires more concentration and focus from the parent or driver, meaning your eyes are on the road less (and causing a safety hazard).

2) The mirror lens "floats" inside the mirror frame, and rattles against the plastic backing plate with every bump in the road. As another reviewer already mentioned, the noisy racket and rattling is annoying (and can even be heard over soft music).

Both of the above problems are dealbreakers, when there are other mirror products that do not suffer the same ailments.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DE on August 28, 2011
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Length: 1:26 Mins
N.B. - The straps are polyurethane. I refer to them as polyester in the video.

Pros:
large (shown in video)
easy to install

Cons:
sometimes has vibration issues
blocks some of the view out the rear window
retaining straps fail after prolonged exposure to sunlight (demonstrated in video)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ashok Krishnamurthy on May 12, 2010
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I bought this for use on my Mazda Tribute 2005 to have a view of my infant in the rearview. There are three major issues with this mirror that prevent me from recommending this product to anyone else:
1. The mirror constantly rattles even on the slightest bump on the road because the surface of the plastic frame around the mirror does not hold the reflecting surface firmly back - there is a slight clearance between these that is sufficient to cause the most annoying rattling sound.
2. Due to the above issue with clearance between the plastic frame and reflecting surface, the reflection shakes constantly in a very distracting manner in the rearview
3. The mirror when mounted more or less covers the entire 'prime' rearview area and this is especially an issue in city traffic since the visibility of the vehicle directly behind you is entirely blocked and you have to rely on the side view mirrors to figure if someone is directly behind you. (This *may* be an issue with this mirror applicable to the Mazda Tribute but I can well imagine this to be the same with most vehicles with a center headrest.)

Since I had the above issues, I wanted to try this with my wife's car and see if it did any better. However, the mirror only mounts if there is a center headrest and her's does not have one. However, I would not hold this particular issue against the product since I was aware of this limitation before I bought it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on September 4, 2010
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I bought this mirror for its size and because it was adjustable. It was easy to install, however whenever I am driving the thing rattles like crazy. The rattle is pretty loud and can be heard over road noise and the stereo (at a reasonable volume level). I found that the rattle is inside the piece which sits and straps to the seat headrest, not the mirror piece. I tried to find a way to fix the rattle, but could not open the piece without breaking it, so as far as I can tell, there is no solution to fix the rattle. I definitely would not recommend this product unless you can handle the constant rattling.
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