Cycleaware Reflex Bicycle Helmet Mirror

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Cycleaware Reflex Bicycle Helmet Mirror

  • Rear-view mirror for biking–mounts on any bike helmet
  • Kraton covered wire allows for full flexibility
  • Massive oval shape and vertical aspect for an added broad angle view
  • Base adheres permanently mirror detaches easily
  • Weighs just .seven ounces (21.8 grams)

The greatest, hassle-free of charge answer for cyclists on city streets and on narrow, winding nation roads who need an efficient way to see what is coming up behind them. The distinctive “Gumby”-like Kraton covered wire helps make Reflex the first and only flexible and fully adjustable helmet mirror. The generously oval shaped mirror on Reflex provides a more substantial area of see than other mirrors and its vertical element increases depth of field. Alter or remove Reflex simply No Trouble Installation Removable Further

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Cycleaware Reflex Bicycle Helmet Mirror

3 Responses to Cycleaware Reflex Bicycle Helmet Mirror

  1. ARLMAR says:
    90 of 94 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Like Eyes in the Back of your Head, January 19, 2008
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    ARLMAR (new port richey, fl) –

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    This review is from: CycleAware Reflex Helmet Mirror (Sports)
    Have had this product for more than 1 year. I’m an avid cyclist, 3 times a week, over 3,000 miles a year (OK, I’m retired) During the summer most of my cycling is on country roads so it’s imperative that I see what’s coming before I hear it. It works well once you get used to it. First you must set it up on your helmet. With some of today’s designs this takes some thought, but stick with it (no pun intended). Then you must position it so it doesn’t block your forward vision. Practice around the house or walking outdoors until you feel comfortable. The mirror arm is quite flexible & strong so it’s easy to move. The oval shape gives a large view & the mirror design increases the depth of field to make it easy to see the approaching objects.As well the mirror itself swivels making it adjustable for anyone. If you have to move it to another helmet I found that several layers of 2 sided thick carpet tape worked just fine to secure the base. The mirror which snaps on a little ball joint at the end of the arm became sloppy so I wrapped a small piece of painter’s tape around it. It’s quite strong though as I found out when I took a tumble off my mountain bike. I cracked my helmet & ribs but the mirror stayed on in one piece. Would highly recommend this safety device to any cyclist whether you bike on roads or just a neighborhood trail. I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars as I feel you should be able to order additional arms and or mirrors as needed.

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  2. Amazon Customer says:
    36 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Un-hinged, April 16, 2008
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    Amazon Customer (Barksdale AFB, LA) –

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    I was a little hesitant to do this review until I had used this item for a while, and fully gave it a chance since the first time I took it out of the package, I was manually moving the mirror around to see its range of motion and it came off in my hand. Not a good way to start a consumer/product relationship. Still I gave it a chance as I was in need of a mirror, and was excited to finally have one. The “assembly” was easy enough, pretty much peel and stick. Although if you have a helmet with no flat areas at least an inch wide, it may not work. It BARELY fit on my Giro helmet, but its stuck tight ever since so no complaints there.

    If you are careful not to turn the mirror to a completely ‘landscape’ type orientation you have a pretty large area you can cover with the mirror. It’s easy enough to adjust during a ride, and has saved my butt more than once already. I probably would have made the mirror more wide than tall if I had designed it, but it still serves it’s purpose. I’d say my biggest gripe about the product is the hinge, once again. Not only does it come off in your hand from time to time, but if you are facing a particularly bad head wind, the mirror re-adjusts itself. One minute you are fighting against mother nature, the next you look up and all you can see is the ground. Not cool. Overall, I think it serves it’s purpose and helps greatly, although I think the hinge could have been a little better.

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  3. dancer says:
    25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    loose socket, June 18, 2010
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    dancer (Tacoma, WA) –

    This review is from: CycleAware Reflex Helmet Mirror (Sports)
    This is a terrible mirror. It stuck to my helmet well enough, but it often pops out of the attachment. My biggest complaint though, is that the universal ball joint is way too loose. It requires constant readjustment- the slightest head wind, down hill or road vibration and the mirror moves, rendering it useless. My husband has the third eye, and it’s much better. I’m getting one of those.

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