|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
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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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-Adds style to the interior of the vehicle
-Does not cause any obstruction
-Increases rear peripheral vision
-Ease of use
-Does not necessarily eliminate blind spots
-Price tag could be a little lower
I was really skeptic about purchasing this and thinking it was gimmicky or make things difficult/sacrifice things looking smaller to gain wider view, etc. but after receiving this and trying it out myself, I absolutely LOVE this thing.
It completely changes the way you drive - it is MAJOR advantage. It is like gaining special vision powers/cheating for your car. I think most of us have experienced where some cars just continue to keep driving RIGHT ON YOUR BLIND SPOT and you get some close calls... don't you just HATE when that happens?!
This mirror REALLY eliminates those blind spots. There have been so many occasions where I notice the cars in that area and I can ALWAYS make safe lane changes without hesitation now, even on those gridlock crazy freeways. Every second counts! I feel like a speedracer, as this mirror is supposedly also used by professional racecar drivers.
It really takes out the guessing work. When you first get it, there is a slight learning curve and getting used to it; cars will look slightly further away than your standard mirror than you're used to, but you will learn to adjust and feel the difference. You may not see the driver's face SUPER UP-CLOSE like before (who wants to see that anyway unless they're gorgeous!! ok sorry, I don't mean to be shallow), but the advantage of wider view is far greater.
Follow the "ALLVIEW PROGRAM" where if you see the cars behind you fit all on the back window, then you can safely change lanes; if part of the car in the next lane is past the side window, then you shouldn't be changing lanes. Although, from what I have seen and estimated, you could actually get away with changing lanes if the car is just slightly inside out of the back window and onto the back side window; you have some cushion if they're not going fast and you signal and they aren't one of those jerks that speed up or not let you in. The package/box (the design looks a bit outdated, including their website too - looks like they're stuck in the 90's) explains how it all works.
You need to adjust it so that only part of your head shows in the mirror; it shouldn't be showing your eyes.
This seems to be the same product as this listing here (for some reason, that stock/galley picture has SMART on that one, but I'm sure it says ALLVIEW instead); the box on it says SMART (TM) on it and there is no mention of the name "Brookstone" on it, even though the product page says it is. On the top left corner, it says ALLVIEW on it, but it is not distracting to me at all. It looks like this ALLVIEW mirror has been around for years.
There were many different wideview rearview mirror to choose from costing way less than this, but I believe you get what you pay for; those use inferior mirror and has distortion. This ALLVIEW is widely known and has high quality clear glass and anti-glare coating.
Keep in mind, you still should check your side mirrors look/use your peripheral vision if there is a car RIGHT NEXT TO YOU; also, when backing up out of parking, you should still turn your shoulder and look directly.
I have not noticed any vibrating, but my car is pretty stable; your mileage will vary depending on your car - if your car vibrates/shakes a lot usually from normal driving, then you may have a different experience.
I use sunshades in my car and because this rearview mirror is longer, I can actually rest it on this thing (although I'll have trouble completely securing the corners)
- It really does ELIMINATE blind spots and guessing work
- I LOVE the ANTI-GLARE coating; NO MORE BLINDING HEADLIGHTS in your face, especially with those cars with those annoying blinding xenon lights or monster truck right behind you - I look at my standard side mirrors and the headlights blind me, but when I look behind with this Allview Mirror, it totally eliminates the blinding lights too; I can even look directly into the lights and it doesn't blind my eyes - major bonus for me!
- Nice glass - so much nicer and cleaner/clearer than my stock mirror; it's an upgrade in so many ways!
- Easy to install/remove (clips on)
- No crazy distortions
- Will block your sun visor (For me, I can actually pull it down, but it will block the blind spots in the mirror, essentially making it a standard rearview mirror)
If you're willing to adjust and make some minor sacrifices, then this mirror will become your new best friend. ;) It is a pleasure to drive now with this addition to my car. No more getting honked at or surprises (except for mad crazy drivers... can't do anything about them)
Happy, safe driving! ^_^v
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.
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Every time we moved the visors the mirror had to be readjused