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CIPA 34000 11.75″ Panoramic Rearview Clip-On Mirror

CIPA 34000 11.75″ Panoramic Rearview Clip-On Mirror


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CIPA 34000 11.75" Panoramic Rearview Clip-On Mirror

CIPA 34000 11.75
  • Convex design makes driving most cars and trucks much safer
  • Attaches to vehicle mirror quickly with universal spring clip
  • Easy to install with no tools, and can be easily removed
  • Diminishes your blind spots for more confidence when lane changing, passing and turning
  • Allows you to reliably tell whether there are other vehicles beside or behind your vehicle
Having trouble with blind spots? CIPA's Panoramic Clip-On Style Rearview Mirror will help you solve the problem. Its convex design helps to drastically reduce blind spots, deflect glare, and expand your overall field of view. The glass in Panoramic Clip-On Style Rearview Mirror features a slight amber tint to help with glare reduction. Reflections also appear clearer, brighter, with vibrant color, and with greater detail. With a total length of 11.75 inches and rounded corners, most visors will be unobstructed, but will vary between different makes and models. The Panoramic Clip-On Style Rearview mirror is easy to install over your factory rearview mirror with its spring loaded clips that are located on the back. The clips will mount to mos

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What customers say about CIPA 34000 11.75″ Panoramic Rearview Clip-On Mirror?

  1. 50 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Product with a Learning Curve, August 20, 2008
    By 
    Mithras (Cleveland, OH) –

    This review is from: CIPA 34000 11.75″ Panoramic Rearview Clip-On Mirror (Automotive)
    I have been using a wide angle/panoramic rearview mirror in my car for about 10 years. The CIPA is my most recent, and I’ve had it for about 6 years. Let me say this flat out, there IS a learning curve in getting used to this type of mirror.

    It is true that the objects appear differently, perhaps smaller. It is true that it is not exactly like the image in a standard rearview mirror. The image in the CIPA is clearer, brighter, vivid colors, finer detail, and less glare. The difference is drastic enough to be surprising at first. Like everything else, you get used to it.

    What did people do before rearview mirrors? Early cars had ONE mirror – the left one. People turned around and looked behind them. When reversing in neighborhood streets, they got out of the car, checked behind the car, looked around, got back in, and continued backing up. That is THE most accurate way to know what is behind the car, PERIOD.

    However, that takes considerably more time. To save time, a flat rearview mirror that doesn’t AT ALL cover the entire rear view is used. It’s great for saving time and «real time» viewing. Still, there are major blind spots, and it doesn’t have anywhere near a quality as looking with your own eyes – not even close. One does get used to using the mirror, eventually. There is a a learning curve in using these new fangled mirror devices.

    After getting out and looking for yourself, the next best solution to rear viewing is probably a video screen with a camera in the back that shows a larger more accurate view. Ideally, it would be right where the rearview mirror is, and it now can show the entire rear view. Those with vehicles that don’t have this, this panoramic mirror is the third best option. Standard rearviews are fourth – followed by last place «not looking at all.»

    I can now do everything and more than I could with my standard mirror. This mirror has saved me twice for sure with onramps and idiots that love to drive in my blindspot as their lane ends. It goes with me in rental cars. I own three of them because I won’t drive without one – it’s just not as safe.

    The product quality is decent. It’s getting heated up and cooled down constantly. I chose to reglue two of the rubber holders back in place after a couple of years simply because the heat was causing the glue to become tacky and the rubber holders to VERY slowly slide off. I don’t have a single scratch in the glass part, and I clean the mirror regularly with eyeglass wipes.

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  2. 20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Product… I wish it was what I ordered., July 21, 2008
    By 
    Marc M. Ponzio
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    This review is from: CIPA 34000 11.75″ Panoramic Rearview Clip-On Mirror (Automotive)
    This is an excellent rearview mirror attachment. It broadens your spectrum of vision, it allows you to see out of the side windows in the back seat, well the third seat anyway. It helps for highway driving and general visibility. As an unexpected bonus, when a truck or van glares its lights into your rearview on the highway this actually seems to prevent the glare a little. I think it has to do with the fact that this mirror is convex so the light doesn’t get directed completely into your eyes.
    There are several problems with this item, none of which were deal-breakers for me. First, it’s not the item depicted in the Amazon.com images (as many other reviewers have stated). The item you get doesn’t have clean gray lines, rather it is black on the edges and has more rounded corners, though it isn’t oval. Second, you cannot back up as well using this device. As I mentioned above this mirror is convex and it tends to distort slightly. This is good for reducing glare, but it makes it a bit difficult to follow a straight curb in your mirror. Technically you should be looking over your shoulder anyway. Other than those two issues, I think it’s totally worthwhile and I plan on buying another one.

    Updated: 06/22/2010

    It’s been a while since I checked in on this product but I believe they have an accurate picture up now. Still a good product.

    Thanks.

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  3. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Pay attention to recent reviews., July 4, 2011
    By 
    Snookster (Fort Lauderdale, FL United States) –

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    This review is from: CIPA 34000 11.75″ Panoramic Rearview Clip-On Mirror (Automotive)
    I ordered this mirror in 2008 and it was great until it broke. We liked it enough to replace it with the same mirror. Unfortunately they «just don’t make them like they used to». Within one day of installing this mirror the glue holding the mirror melted. The mirror fell out of the housing and glue dripped on my car seat and console. I’m not sure if this glue is ever going to come off.

    Pay attention to recent reviews that represent the opinions of the currently manufactured mirror. Ignore older reviews since they are for a mirror that was of different construction. To put it bluntly, this mirror is a cheap pos.

    Hopefully Amazon removes this item soon as this seems to be a common complaint.

    You have been warned.

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