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Rear View Mirror with 3.5" Backup Camera consists of an attachable rear view mirror with a built-in 3.5-inch monitor--no need to have another dash mounted monitor. Features include standby with auto on mode when camera is on, a new weatherproof camera housing, a new swivel camera with wide view angle, and a wireless transmitter. The camera mounts to the license plate and causes no interference with information on plate. Installs on any vehicle in minutes.
Peak, the brand you associate with quality car care products, introduces the new Wireless Back Up Camera with color 3.5-inch Rearview Mirror display. In this new model, Peak has expanded their popular line of back up cameras by integrating the monitor into your rearview mirror. Using a patented mirror tinting technology, the 3.5" color LCD display is invisible under normal conditions, but when the car is shifted into reverse a full color display of the rear of your vehicle appears. Reduce the possibility of damaging your car or injuring a pedestrian by using the Peak PKC0RG Rearview Mirror Back Up Camera system. It's the safer way to back-up.
The rearview mirror assembly installs easily over your existing rearview mirror with spring-loaded brackets. There are no tools required to install your new mirror and it will not damage your existing mirror. The camera and wireless transmitter are nearly as simple to install. Powered by your reverse tail lights, the back-up camera fits over your license plate and the transmitter is housed in your trunk. This portion of the assembly does require a few simple tools, but along with the included mounting hardware, it can be installed by most users in just minutes.
Manufacturer warrants to the original consumer, or purchaser, that the Peak Back-up Camera System will be free from defects in material and workmanship for ninety (90) days from the date of sale to the original purchaser. Manufacturer hereby excludes and disclaims any and all other warranties, expressed or implied, beyond those warranties specified above. Manufacturer excludes any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
Peak is a subsidiary of Old World Industries. For over 50 years, Old World Industries has been a leader in the development and distribution of automotive products of the highest quality. Old World's insistence on quality and craftsmanship, and expertise in high technology and marketing, ensure that people around the world know Old World's products provide the highest level of protection. Old World Industries' commitment to quality is second to none. All Old World/Peak products go through rigorous testing at every level of production to ensure that they meet or exceed the performance requirements of every major car and truck manufacturer.
Does not work as promised. The image goes in and out if it is visable at all. Company recommended we box it up, send it back and purchase digital camera. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Leslie Brown
At the moment I write the this. I am very unhappy with the Camera set up. I had installed it shortly after it arrived. Withing a week. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Richard Elbe
Put on my Jeep, the image display is not that bright like the factory camera images, hard to see image when backing. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Dan J
Kind of a hassle to install with no conduits in your vehicle to fish lines thru. However, once in, you won't believe how often you depend on it... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Nick
Big mirror that doesn't see a thing. The screen is so dark that nothing is visible. Don't buy this onePublished 1 month ago by Cynthia A. Edwards
It is actually larger than the original mirror it clips over, granting a wider view of the rear window. However, it is also heavy, prompting more frequent mirror adjustments. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Richard K.
My wife loves it. However, it has interference issues; when in a populated area it statics/flashes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jackie