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Mirror, Mirror, standing tall,
I have had a lighted mirror for over twenty years, it (the lights) finally died and could not be replaced. I looked at all you had to offer and picked the Conair, mostly because it reminded me most of the old mirror, well, wasn't I in for a shock, this Conair is 10 times better than my old one, the lighting choices, Day, Evening, Office, etc are wonderful and also very true to the setting you are going to be in. I am thrilled with this product and wouldn't hesitate to by anything made by Conair again
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Initial post: Aug 16, 2011 1:12:13 PM PDT
My mirror is beloved & I completely agree with your review. I can't understand the negative reviews. My mirror has lasted over three years, through a moved, being knocked over, etc.- no cracks, lights are as bright as ever, it folds up beautifully, there's multiple positions one can move the mirror, too, and the lighting is plenty adequate. Great review you wrote here!
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 1, 2011 6:23:31 AM PST
Bruce Melamed says:
can you hang this mirror on the wall?
Posted on Dec 11, 2011 4:34:20 PM PST
can anyone tell me if the center mirror rotates on a top and bottom axis or a left and right axis? I need one that turns rather than flips, if that makes sense.
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 15, 2011 9:04:15 AM PST
J. Hayes says:
It makes perfect sense. When I needed to replace my Conair make-up mirror, I had to buy a Jerdon at Sally's, It swivels top to bottom instead of sideways. I'm struggling to hold an additional mirror in my hand while I do my eyebrows and apply foundation evenly to the side of my face. Don't buy a make-up mirror unless it swivels sideways.
In reply to an earlier post on Jul 30, 2012 6:48:53 AM PDT
Yes, this one turns on the vertical axis (as opposed to 'flipping' on the horizontal axis)
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