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Cycleaware View Point Adjustable Mini Mirror Round (mini)

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.6 x 13.3 x 0.6 cm ; 54 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 23 g
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  • Item model number: 141580
  • ASIN: B00012345A
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 12 Aug. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 200,434 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Product Description

  • Adjustable
  • Shatterproof
  • Attaches to inside of lens
  • Attaches to inside of lens
  • Shatterproof
  • Adjustable

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By woohouse on 1 Oct. 2012
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There are plenty of reviews on Amazon.com, and to summarize, it divides people. It's a tiny mirror mounted on a balljointed pad which sticks to the outer edge of your glasses. Some people have wraparound glasses and can't mount it at the right angle, some can feel their lashes brushing it, and some don't have vision which allows them to focus on the very small lens. Others don't seem to have the patience to get it adjusted properly. (Clue: if all you can see is something that looks like the surface of the moon, that's your nose. Angle it further out.)
Me, I love it. The ability to monitor traffic coming up behind, or to check where your friends are without having to turn round is addictive, and I really miss it when I'm riding without glasses. I've tried mirrors mounted on bikes, and this is far better, although getting it mounted and adjusted is a faff. If you're not sure, the good news is that the packaging is non-destructive, so you can always repack it and give it to a cycling friend for their birthday. Statistically, one of you will like it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By awg5150 on 11 Aug. 2013
Please do not take notice of negative reviews of this product, because they can only be down to the user. I have used this for some time now and consider it essential. In fact I feel uncomfortable cycling without it. For the first hour after opening it, I was unimpressed and thought I had wasted my money. The fact is that it takes a little time and effort, moving the mirror around, and getting the pivot angle right, but, once you do it is well worth it. I have it set like I do my car wing mirrors, just with a little of the side of my head visible. When riding, a slight move of the head to the right, and a glance will show you the road behind you. It is not something you stare into, just a quick glance. The more you use it the easier it is, and I say this again... you will find it essential when cycling.
It is far more effective than a cycle mounted mirror, and has the added advantage whilst out and about on foot, of checking out women behind you without your wife knowing!!!
I can't say more, just buy it!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Armour on 27 Oct. 2012
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Really clear - remarkable device.

It is recommended that you think out for a minute where to place the mirror, to avoid arm of glasses obstruction.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gebeleysis on 11 Oct. 2012
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I highly recommend using a mirror when riding for safety reasons. A mirror is what allows you to take care of yourself on the road.
If you've never used a mirror in traffic it will be hard at first, but after getting used to it you'll get the same habbit that drivers have to check the rear view.
This particular type of mirror is hard to properly adjust at first, but since it sits in a protected place it will very rarely get misaligned, so time spent putting it right is time well spent. I guess it would be worth making a HOWTO video about adjusting it because it's hard to explain in words, but just google the forums - the instructions there have been useful for me.
Also, it will take some getting used to something sitting so close to the eye (also mentioned on cycling forums).

Pros:
- a quick way to get a clear view of the traffic behind;
- no blind spots (a 10-20 degree head turn gives a full view);
- discrete;
- very rare re-adjustment needed;
Cons:
- takes time to adjust properly, especially at first;
- takes time to get used to;
- blocks a part of the lower-right (or lower-left) field of view;
- not recommended with classes that need frequent lens changing (recommended with photochromic);
- dependent on personal eye position (won't work on another person without adjusting again);

Bottom line: it's worth the trouble. I'm very satisfied.

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Added 1+ years o permanent usage:
I wanted to buy a second one, but seems they've gone up in price from the £11 I spent on them initially.

One more con I found:
- the provided double sided scotch gets worn out at some point and the mirror becomes increasingly difficult to re-place and keep placed. They come with one spare though!
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amy Peterson on 27 Jan. 2013
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Total waste of money :( Buyers beware! Seller (this item is sold through an independent seller, not Amazon) does not accept returns on this item once opened - and, of course, in order to try it, you have to open it!

Item doesn't work as advertised: the mirror image barely works - I could only sometimes see a very, very small mirror image of what was behind me. Instead, it distorts images in front and to the side of you, to the point of being dangerous. I tried this whilst cycling and found it to be very irritating, at best, and disconcerting, at worst.

Shame the seller doesn't make the no returns policy more visible, I did not notice that when I purchased it and would not have taken the risk in buying it, if I knew I couldn't return it. Putting things in fine print is legal, of course, but not really fair to buyers.
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