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- Multi-directional pivot: allows full movement in all directions for an easy angle adjustment
- Fog-free finish: anti-fog coating provides a clear reflection in the shower
- No drilling required: installs easily with adhesive strips and silicone glue (included)
- Convenient storage hook: holds a razor or other accessories
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Our multi-directional, pivoting wall mount mirror attaches easily to the wall of your shower to provide a clear, fog-free reflection from any angle in the shower. Hold razors or other accessories form the convenient storage hooks.
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I like to take hot showers and I like to shave around my beard in them, when my whiskers are nice and soft, and the shaving is most comfortable, so I need a good mirror with a clear image. I've had fog free mirrors before and they always fog to the point that I can't see. This mirror does not fog at all, except one time and the water for some reason got so hot that it was uncomfortable. When I adjusted it down, just a little bit, the fog went away.
This mirror is very well thought out.
The mirror is simple and functional, yet nice looking. It is highly reflective and has a crisp, clear image, with no glare. It can be adjusted up and down for your height, or for your spouse. It doesn't seem to get finger prints, or water spots, at least I have yet to get one.
It holds my razor and my wife's razor and don't tell her, but I use her razor anyway, because mine is always dull and I dull blades after just two or three uses. So she's always trying to figure out why her razor keeps getting dull so fast. I just chuckle to myself. Anyway, the razors look nice hanging below the mirror instead of being a dangerous mess in the shelves of the shower caddie and getting soap all over them.
If I remember right, the mirror came with two mounting options. The first is a bracket you mount to the wall with screws and then mount the mirror to the bracket--though I didn't use that option and can't say for sure that it actually came with it.
The way that I chose to mount it is probably the common way. It comes with about a 3/16 inch thick strip of dense foam tape with a powerful adhesive on both sides. You stick that to the mirror and before you put the mirror on the wall, you coat the rest of the mounting area with this clear silicon glue it comes with that doubles as a sealant. It looks to me like the kind that has a mildew free resistance built in. They give you twice as much as you need. Then you just stick the whole mess to the wall and leave it until the next morning. I couldn't resist pulling on the foam tape to see how well it would hold it without the glue being set. I think it would have worked just fine with only the tape. The next morning it is as hard as if the mirror was bolted to the studs. There is no way it is going to fall off. Better make sure you have it straight up and down and at the right height for you before you stick that tape to the wall. I took my shoes off and stood in the bathtub while I did it, so that I would be at exactly the same height I would be when taking a shower. And I wasn't trying to lean into the shower while trying to get it straight and stick it on, I was standing there with my shoulders square.
I put the mirror on the opposite wall from the one the shower head mounts on, as far away from it as possible, which is what I'd recommend. This will reduce any chance of developing a mildew problem around the back of the mirror or around the adhesive and reduce the chance that it will ever get steamed up. Further, you'll probably never bump into it over there. However, it's not as fun as having the water run over you while you use the mirror. So there's a trade-off.
This is the best shower mirror I have ever seen for any price and I just can't imagine how you could make it better without spending millions of dollars on some special mirror made for the Hubble Telescope.
still debating on install.