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March 11, 2012

"No blind spot" rear view mirror


I had one of these a long time ago and forget why I stopped using it.

Maybe someone will remind me.

From the website:



This is the rear view mirror used by police officers and professional race car drivers to eliminate blind spots.

The patented, seamless mirror has a 180° field of view (standard mirrors offer only 52°) that provides a distortion-free reflection of rear traffic across an entire five-lane highway, and it allows continuous monitoring of adjacent vehicles from the moment they begin to pass until they are visible in your peripheral vision.

The mirror automatically reduces the headlight glare of trailing vehicles by 50% and clamps to your existing rear view mirror without requiring the use of tools or adhesives.

15.75"W x 2.75"H x 0.75"D.



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Not quite sure why, but clamp-on mirrors vibrate considerably more than your stock rear-view mirror, so the image you see is much wider, but it's also much harder to focus on. I've used them before and liked the extended width, but the jitters were too bothersome to tolerate.

Posted by: Rob O. | Mar 17, 2012 9:25:12 AM

I used to love mine too, but I got stopped twice in one afternoon by the Maryland Highway Patrol because they thought it was an illegal radar detector, so I took it off and put it in the glove box, where it immediately got broken. Go figure.

Posted by: David | Mar 12, 2012 11:51:01 PM

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