Zefal 95293 Spy Double Adjustment Bike Mirror for Road and MTB
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- Snap on mounting with rubber strap
- No tools required
- Convex mirror
- Fully adjustable
- Made from chrome plated plastic
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The Spy mirror can be mounted in various locations on your bike. The rubber strap attaches to tube diameters from 22 to 60mm. Ideal for road and MTB bikes. Material: Unbreakable chrome plated plastic and fixation: Snap-on mounting with rubber strap. Mirror used is convex and size of mirror is 15 cm sq. Weight: 25 g and the product dimensions are along with packaging, 9 x 5 x 2.5 cm (without packaging).
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1st and best thing about this item is the value for money.
As a bike accessory in general, it's okay.
Build quality is necessarily minimal but decent enough. Being entirely made of plastic to keep the weight down.
While the rubber strap is useful in that its long enough to allow you to fix the mirror to a multitude of places on your bike. It is far too stretchy and does not provide enough pressure to truly secure the mirror in place.
Once I got the mirror in a reasonable viewing position, secured to my right barend, I found that it was quite easy to knock the mirror out of position. Forcing me to take care everytime I switched to using my bar ends.
The strap is also too long. If you secure it to a thinner tube such as handlebars or barends you are left with a few inches of strap that hangs loosely. This can get in the way of things if you don't fix the mirror to your bike in just the right position. You may do as I did and decide that I was only going to clamp it to my handlebars or bar ends and cut off the length of strap that is uneccessary.
Even after doing this I was still not fully satisfied with the fit. So I took the thing apart and mounted the mirror and rotating bezel to a regular reflector mount. So now I have the same mirror with all the same rotational freedom, same basic dimensions but with a rock solid mount.
This was very easy to do. If anyone would like instructions on how to do this leave a comment or send me a message. It really was quite effective and does not require breaking anything so you can go back to the original mount at any time.
This does mean tho that the mirror is now a permanent feature.Read more ›
Mounted flush to frame, view is along top tube between your legs, so occasional tilting out of right leg helps get a fuller view but you soon get used to this so not a problem. Small and very discreet, but gives good warning of traffic coming up from behind, but (especially if frame mounted) obviously not a replacement for looking over your shoulder before moving out, but hey, even motorcyclists with full sized mirrors call this "the life saver".
Oh, and it's not 2kg as stated in the product description (a small fraction of that), but you never thought it was, did you?
Hmm, where to start?
Ok, the bike, I bought this to use on is a Brompton M3L - so straight bars essentially. The first problem is that fitting it so that it's over the top of the bars reduces your hand room too much. Fit it under the bars and your arm obscures it.
I managed to bodge it to fit over the end of the handlebars, so that the mirror was in line with the bars. This needed a couple of zip-ties as the mount doesn't allow 3D movement. My arm still blocked the view, but not too badly now.
Out on the road, the limitations really came apparent - the small size and lumpy mirror combined with vibration to make a clear image a distant dream. And I kept having to move my arm every time I wanted to check it.
I gave it a few days (about 30 miles of commuting) before I binned it and went back to a traditional bar end mirror. Whilst I did get used to the image it presented, I was having to study it to make it resolve into something useful, which defeats the safety aspect of a mirror. At night, forget it. The distortion of the lens means that headlights just wash everything out.
I can see it working better on drop bars, and for someone who only wants to have a little 'early warning device' instead of receive a proper picture of what is going on behind you.
The image is too small, too distorted and on flat bars the placement options mean you can't have an unobstructed view of the mirror.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic little mirror that doesn't look much but oh it's great... I had one on my bike before giving up cycling a few years back due to bad health and lack of storage facilities... Read morePublished 2 days ago by laura van der werf
Very easy to fit - I have an electric bike so the fitting is too small for the frame but it mounts easily on the handlebars. Read morePublished 5 days ago by ADP
Just got this today. Fast delivery.
Took it out on my mountain bike down some tough farm tracks and fields. The mirror didn't dislodge once. On the roads it's perfect. Read more
Small and inobtrusive but does the job well.It just takes a bit of adjusting to get the perfect angle of vision;after that, - perfect!
This is is good smart product and looks good on the bike. However there's very few places it fits on my mtb. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Becca
Good purchase and arrived quickly. Gives a reasonable rear view but for me, could have been wider!Published 1 month ago by John
fitted it to a single cylinder motorcycle which inherently has a lot of vibration, but because of the rubber mount, plastic surround & plastic mirror making it very light, this dos... Read morePublished 1 month ago by BP Bristol