Bike Peddler Take A Look Cycling Eyeglass Mirror
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- Versatile, vibration-free cycling mirror mounts on eyeglasses and helmet visors
- Three pivot points for total adjustability
- Frameless acrylic mirror provides a wide, uninterrupted field of vision
- Adjusts for both left- and right-side use
- Made in USA; backed by a manufacturer's unconditional guarantee
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This unique cyclist's mirror has 3 pivot points for total adjustment. Fully adjustable lightweight rear view mirror, can be fitted to either eye glasses or a helmet visor. Mirror face is adjusted by rotating at a 90 degree angle from the wire, and rotates fore and aft for the fine angle adjustments. The mirror has a wide field of vision. It can be attached to either your eye glasses or helmet visor. Adjusts to fit on right or left side. Frameless acrylic mirror provides wide, uninterrupted field of vision. Three point attachement system adjusts for a secure fit without vibration. Made in USA. Features: Three pivot points for total adjustability Wide field of vision Durable stainless steel & brass frame with an optically correct acrylic mirror
Unique and extremely usable, the Bike Peddler Take A Look Cycling cyclist's mirror easily fits on helmet visors and eyeglasses. With three pivot points for maximum adjustment, the mirror face is adjusted by rotating it at a 90-degree angle from the wire. The mirror rotates fore and aft for fine angle adjustments. An ideal tool to keep an eye on traffic approaching from behind, the frameless acrylic mirror provides a wide, uninterrupted field of vision.
For added adjustment, the mirror is designed to fit on both the right or left side, and its 3-point attachment system adjusts for a secure fit without vibration. Available in two sizes: compact, which extends 50 millimeters and has a mirror size of 20x37 millimeters (HxW) and normal, which extends 85 millimeters and has a mirror size of 28x37 millimeters (HxW). Made in the USA, this mirror is backed by a manufacturer's unconditional guarantee.
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My recent bar-mount mirror was fine, but gave me less area of view and was not steady--plus easy to damage.
I bought 2 and mounting on normal frames was easy. I have sunglasses with a more rounded frame surface that made mounting more difficult, but most frames have a flat surface at the sides, so I would not expect problems most of the time.
(Included picture is a simulation of what I think it looks like in action)
For those who have never ridden with a mirror attached to their glasses, I should add that not everyone can adapt to one. If you can adapt, it's the best option, because you can aim it in different directions by slightly turning your head. That gives it an advantage over handlebar-mounted mirrors.
As to helmet mirrors, I find that they are subject to vibration and are easily knocked off when the helmet is take off and set down.
I've clipped my mirror(s) onto a pair of ordinary tinted safety/shooting glasses.
- very adjustable for both right and left, eye glass mount or helmet mount
- metal can be bent in certain spots to fit just right (plastic versions cannot be bent)
- stronger than plastic versions which are more prone to breakage
- folds completely flat for storage (I don't know of any other such mirrors that can fold completely flat so you can pop them into a pocket)
- metal is more recyclable / environmentally friendly than plastic (I'm trying to be as zero waste as possible - only the mirror itself in this model is plastic).
- very lightweight
Previously I had used a variety of Third Eye mirrors of various designs over the years and was pretty happy with them for the most part but once I tried this Bike Peddler model I will never go back. Many of my Third Eye and similar design plastic mirrors broke when I hit them by accident or helmet fell, etc. The Bike Peddler model may pop off but I have not broken one. Metal is just more durable than plastic. I also tried a number of other plastic models from various companies but none were as good as Third Eye and Third Eye has not been as good as this Bike Peddler model.
- The mirror can pop off a helmet visor relatively easily if just using friction fit (I have lost a couple this way). Solution is to tape it down but then harder to switch from eye glasses to helmet if you want to switch back and forth.
- If you have not used a helmet or eyeglass mirror before, it does taking getting used to. But once you get used to it you feel blind when biking without one. It allows you to see everything behind you with just slight turns of your head rather than spinning all the way around to see what is happening behind you when you don't have a mirror.