|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 2.6 x 1.7 inches|
|Item model number||AMS 1500|
|Manufacturer Part Number||AMS 1500|
Allview Rearview Mirror - Eliminate Blind Spots with a Seamless View
|Price:||$49.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Reveals one complete and seamless view-left, right, and center
- View is free from distortion and helps reduce headlight glare at night
- Fits most vehicles, is shatterproof and vibration resistant
- Clips easily to existing rearview mirror
- 15" x 2.3" Viewing Area
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As used by professional auto racers, police officers, and driver rehabilitation specialists, the ALLVIEW rearview mirror helps eliminate dangerous blind spots by giving you a full rear traffic view without turning your head. With standard side and rearview mirrors, you see three separate and distinct views of the road behind you that are incomplete. The ALLVIEW rearview mirror reveals ONE complete, seamless view: left, right, and center all at the same time. The ALLVIEW rearview mirror is free of visual distortion, helps reduce headlight glare at night, clips easily to your car's existing rearview mirror, and is shatterproof and vibration resistant. Overall dimensions are 16" W x 2.6" H.
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The challenge in developing this product would have been creating a truly universal mount. The spring-loaded mounting mechanism does hang on well, but on a classic skinny mirror it rattles a bit over rough surfaces, and it can be a challenge for it to stay in the same position if you don't finesse it a little. I felt the springs could have been stronger, and they're only going to get more slack over time. On modern, chubby, technology-laden mirrors, I imagine the problem would be the opposite: the thing can probably barely wrap its little tongs around some of those monsters. I think a good solution would be to have two models, one designed for skinny mirrors and one designed for bloated ones.
Other drawbacks: the Allview is NOT "vibration free" as claimed. It's only really as vibration free as your car is. Also I would say it reduces nighttime glare somewhat, but is not "free of" it either. It's not night-dimming or anything like that, as one might be tempted to assume from the verbiage. I feel that for the price, it should live up to its claims a little more accurately. And if it won't, it should instead be priced more reasonably. I chose this unit because at least there weren't any complaints in the reviews about melting glue or lenses falling out of the housing as there were with some of the bargain-basement products.
Overall, though, I feel this was a solid purchase. Big improvement over the stock equipment, looks like the mirrors that NASCAR drivers use, provides great visibility, yet manages not to be so gigantic as to be obstructive (though my convertible lacks sunvisors, so I can't speak to that issue). I would recommend the Allview, but am subtracting a star due to the pricing and the limitations noted above.