|Product Dimensions||10.67 x 3.81 x 16.51 cm; 72 Grams|
|Item model number||HF-MR083|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HF-MR083|
|Material||Stainless Steel, Plastic|
|Colour||Black 62 Diameter|
|Item Weight||72 g|
Hafny Bar End Bike Mirror, Stainless Steel Mirror, Safe Rearview Mirror, HF-MR083 (Black 62mm)
|Price:||(S$27.99 / 100 g) + S$7.61 Delivery|
About this item
- UNBREAKABLE STAINLESS STEEL LENS - perfect for commuting bikes to prevent hitting from breaking the lens
- WIDE RANGE FITTING: Fits 14.8~23 mm inside diameter of the handlebar (OPEN ENDED GRIPS or CUT A HOLE). *****Doesn't work for Trek Isozone grips. *****
- UNIVERSAL DESIGN - Can be installed on both left & right, and top of the handlebar & below the handlebar
- ALL TYPES OF BIKES - Road bikes, MTB, E-bikes and etc. 5mm hex key required for installation.
- Made in Taiwan, Patented, Passed EU REACH test (Chemical Test) to ensure it is safe to use the products
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- Unbreakable clear stainless steel lens for a safe ride
- High-impact durable frame
- Fully recyclable lens for a better planet
- Adjustable viewing angles
- Design for flat handlebar and drop bar
- Foldable frame
Hafny Bike Mirror barely takes any space while parking. It is good for commuting on the bus or parking in the garage. The joint is sturdy and flexible. You can rotate the mirror 360 degree, and never have to worry about the mirror getting knocking down.
Clear Stainless Steel Lens
Do you know that the mirror lens is made of well-polished stainless steel?
Compared to regular glass mirrors, the stainless steel lens is fully recyclable and unbreakable!
In case any accidents happens, the Hafny stainless steel lens mirror will stay strong with you!
Ideal for Most of the Bikes!
This little mirror works for both of the road bike drop bars, and also MTB handlebars!
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By Bobby Tan on 24 November 2020
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Reviewed in the United States on 13 May 2017
PRO: I can see my quads as I pedal. If the light is right, it actually looks like I have some quads.
CON: I can see my quads as I pedal. It reminds me that I'm never going to have those massive legs that some guys (and gals) have.
PRO: A quick glance downward gives a quick check of the approaching traffic.
CON: The mirror is closer to the road than my helmet-mounted mirror, so it's not as easy to pick out vehicles.
PRO: A quick glance downward is all it takes.
CON: If you are looking down, then you aren't looking ahead. This will probably get better with time.
PRO: When riding "in the drops" on a fast downhill, I don't have to crane my neck way up to see the mirror. (Neck issue is the main reason I bought this mirror.)
CON: When standing, the mirror isn't useful. But the helmet mirror still works.
Vibration from the road surface causes the image to shake. (Same thing happens with helmet-mounted.)
Contrary to some other reviews, the mirrors I got are slightly convex. Great field of view.
After four rides, I'm still tightening the adjusting screw so that the mirror doesn't shift when I hit a bump in the road. Annoying.
The two mirrors came in individual boxes that Amazon just wrapped a piece of cardboard around. One of the mounting screws was lost by the time it got here. (Seller was very responsive, but it still took a week to get a replacement screw.)
I'm not used to having something at the end of the bar, and just a minor bump with my hip while standing at a traffic stop sometimes moves the mirror.
I took one star off because despite that I tightened the screw as much as I can, I had to readjust it several times as it hit my leg when I got off the saddle at trafiic lights. There vibration on rough roads, but you can still see the view behind as the mirror is very good size (I picked the 68mm). I will go on a few more rides before knowing if it is for me as I am testing several more mirrors. But likely this will be the one I keep, at least for one of my bikes.
Oh yeah, I believe I looked a bit uncool, despite my friend said I didn't. But that is ok, I will look uncool, but safer out there on the roads. Any little bit does count. I will never ride without a mirror again.
I does mount fine and the rotation(s) are fine, but that is pointless if the quality of the image is super poor.
I am the nah sayer on this one. Don't get it. Problem is I don't think there is anything better.