Strengths: Good view behind, good if you ride in traffic
Excellent when standing on the pedals, since you then can't see through a handlebar mirror, vibration is reduced when standing
Weaknesses: Awkward to adjust (easier with practice)
Vibrates badly, especially when seated on the saddle, and especially when going fast. It's better on a smoother road surface. The vibration can be bad enough that you can't really see what is behind you
The mirror droops due to vibration. I have to readjust it approximately every 3 - 4 minutes; this makes it close to useless. Pity 'cos it's really good when correctly adjusted, and when the road surface is smooth.
Great idea, I love it - it just doesn't work very well. I may give up with it, and I may try a different make
First off, a disclaimer because I'm talking about a company my son just started. I'm hopping around all my favorite spots on the web to help spread the word...
That said, go check out rvgbike(dot)com or Rearview Gear on FB.
It's just now hitting the market, but we've been testing these since ... Read More »
Tried a helmet mirror today and found it quite annoying. Hard to get it set up and hard to look through with my left eye. Not sure I like it at all. I taped it on so I can still move it around. Any suggestions on mounting the mirror? Its a third eye pro.Read More »
Hi guys, Looking to purchase a helmet/glasses mounted mirror, [B]The Take A Look [/B]one looks good [url]http://www.mtbr.com/reviews/Extras/product_86204.shtml[/url] Can anyone tell me if you can mount this on the right side for the head? For those of us that bike on the left hand side of the road ... Read More »