Review Update: I purchase a Pikibu 180-Degree View High Definition Clarity Baby Car Mirror in April of 2017 and absolutely loved it. My car was totaled in an accident in February 2018. My Pikibu mirror actually survived the accident, but the springs were broken by the person removing it from my totaled car. This mirror survived almost a year of Texas weather (including 100+ temps) and people touching it/moving it and I'm sure it would have lasted much longer if not for the accident. I contacted Pikibu and discovered my mirror was under warranty. They shipped me a new mirror for free. Within a week of contacting them my new mirror is installed in my new car and I can once again see my child in the backseat. I didn't realize how much I depended on my Pikibu mirror until I had to use the little rear view mirror that comes standard in the car. Thanks Pikibu for a great product and outstanding customer service.
Original Review: I just installed this mirror in my Toyota Venza this morning. I had to stretch the clips on the back all the way, but it fits snugly, doesn't vibrate or move, which is great. This is exactly what I was looking for. My son just transitioned out of his booster seat. I never realized what a difference that booster seat made. I'm accustomed to seeing him in the mirror as I drive. Without the booster seat I had to either physically turn to see him or tilt my mirror down, which means I can't see traffic behind me. This new mirror clips right on over the existing mirror - literally took me about a minute to install it. I can see the entire rear window and back seat without adjusting anything. My son was impressed. He said for the first time he can look in the mirror and see my face while I'm talking to him. I've read the other reviews about the mirror breaking when it gets too hot in Texas. It's very easy to pop on/off, so I may take it out of the car during the day when it gets really hot. I'd rather have this mirror and remove it in hot weather, versus not having it and not being able to see my son.