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As a vehicle-owner, there is no reason why you deserve any less than motorbike and car owners when it comes to your safety.
"75% of bicyclist deaths occur in Urban areas, with dangers accountable to front-crashes when bikers turn around to avoid tailgaters" (NHTSA, 2017).
Wouldn't it be relieving if you could ride safe in your Urban city like the rest of the cars and motorcyclists?
The unique Bike Vision is a must-have side-view mirror for cyclists for the safety of their bicycles, body, and their lives! Its comfy-cotton & long, and strong-velcro straps can be tied to your wrists or arms; whatever fits your vision!
Helmet and glasses mirror block your sight and handle-bar mirrors shake too much. These make your rides more dangerous than safe!
The wearable Bike Vision is not just a wearable wide-field convex rear-view mirror; it's you on the road through rushing cars. Its unique 360° rotation disk allows you to adjust it to your liking, like you'd do in a car!
Harsh rides? No worries! It's durable Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene body will let you keep your minimalist style.
No more road-stress from turning around, commute easier, and dodge those jay-walkers & car-bullies away!
Ride like a car; Equipped & Safe.
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✔️Keeps You Safe While Turning on Busy Roads
✔️Buy 2 For Both Sides
✔️Wide-Angle Convex Mirror For Complete Picture
✔️360° Rotation-Disk For Perfect View
✔️Wear On Your Arm or Wrist, Front or Side-Ways
✔️No Turning of Head or Blockage of Line of Vision
✔️Comfortable (Cotton) Strong-Velcro Straps
✔️Made From Durable Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
✔️Light Weight (g), Rear-View Mirror (6.6cm x 6.6mm) Width 2cm
✔️Easiest Installation: Long Strap (5cm - 50cm Wrists or Arms)Shipping:
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I gave it a four because I've figured out where to wear this on my arm to get more use out of it. I found that if you move it to the middle of your forearm - the "meatiest" part of it and twist it out slightly to the side you can get an even better rear view. I do maintain though that if the designer added a ball joint to the mirror then it would be a five star product- because in conjunction with the rotating bezel then you could really adjusted to any position. So at this point I would recommend it - my picture below shows you how to position the mirror on your arm.
The Bike Vision is just what I needed. I first looked for a helmet mirror, but was really apprehensive about a blind spot in my line of vision. So I shopped and read lots of feedback about alternatives and was excited to try this.
Some complained about having to look "clear down to the elbow\arm to view the mirror" (sigh! 1st world problems). Come ON, are you not troubled to use your side mirrors in a car, or are you chauffeured? More complained about the mirror shaking. If it's strapped to the same arm that is leaning on a shaking handlebar, guess what, it's not an artificial intelligence to make up for user ineptness. The size is clearly stated in the description. If you're curious, hold something comparable by your elbow and consider how small things will look in a mirror.
On the angle view - the wider your shoulders are, the higher you should have the mirror on your arm. For me, with drop handlebars and riding on the hoods, I wear it right below the bend of my elbow. Itgives me a perfect view of what's coming alongside. I can see car lights before they're right up on me, IF I'm watching the mirror. The thing is, I don't ride along with my eyes on the mirror all the time, or I'd wreck. I do check it often, especially if I'm going to turn or dodge a hole, etc.
The band is very comfortable. On my bare arm, the two velcro straps come together on the back side (about 9.5" circumference), so my arm could be a LOT bigger. The side of the band that I undo to take the mirror off (or put it on) is soft and has that tiny, less obnoxious kind of velcro.
I recommend this and am glad I tried it! Go ahead, and just don't expect it to do your laundry, dishes, & take out the trash. It's a great idea to not give you a blind spot from a helmet or glasses mirror.
My husband is an avid biker, and I got this for him as a stocking stuffer. Based on the some reviews, I was a little unsure about it, but he is super happy with it. He had previously been using a small handlebar mirror which was so small as to not be that useful. He had to spend a few minutes adjusting this wrist mirror to the correct position (based on some of the reviews, I suspect not everyone did this following the instructions), and has been quite happy with the clear view of traffic he gets.
Great little mirror.
Helmet mirrors are too small. Handlebar-mounted mirrors shake and you can't aim them. But with one of these, you can get a large, stable view of what's behind you, or you can aim to see what you need to see -- especially if you strap it to the back of your hand rather than your wrist.
I use this mirror when riding with my daughter. I can finally see her without turning my head.
This mirror is COOL, if you wear it right (between elbow and bicep muscle for maximum "outboard view"). It does the job "without the view all over the place from erratic steering that handlebar mount mirrors cause".
It comes with a long strap, so I can wear it over a jacket!