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wingless' EVT Safe Zone Bicycle Helmet Mirror

Old 11-11-17, 06:14 PM
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wingless' EVT Safe Zone Bicycle Helmet Mirror

The Third Eye Helmet Mirror (03) I used w/ my prior helmet could not be mounted onto my new Bell Z20 Helmet so I needed a new method for rear view.

All bike and helmet mirror were examined, then I selected the Efficient Velo Tools, EVT, Safe Zone Bicycle Helmet Mirror. This is a well-designed and well-constructed device. There are three main parts to the mirror assembly: a curved 5" long mounting bracket base w/ slots and a hook for tie straps; six articulating joints for a 4" arm and a 2" diameter large mirror.

This is lightweight, easy to position, secure once positioned w/ a large / clear mirror.

The mirror includes a 5 year no-fault warranty.

These parts are included:
  • Mirror / Arm / Base Assembly - 42.5g
  • Velcro 8" Reusable Tie Strap (3) - 0.8g each
  • Nylon 6" Wire Tie (5) - 1.3g each
  • Instruction Card

The mirror is stable and secure during usage. My preference is to a helmet mirror, permitting fast and intuitive head movement for scanning all areas to the rear.

This product was purchased by me using cash from my pocket. I have zero affiliation and zero agreement w/ the manufacturer or w/ the vendor.











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Old 08-20-18, 05:34 PM
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I was a little weary of this at first, but I love mine.. I cannot do without it. Once it's adjusted it stays in place well with zero vibration. Its much better than those tiny helmet mounted mirrors. I wear bifocals and I always had trouble focusing on the smaller mirrors, they always have me eye strain. I have zero issues with the larger mirror on the EVT mirror.

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I am weary of first putting on protection on the head against mishaps and then attaching an object to that protection that can hurt me during a mishap. On statistical basis mishaps are a regular part of life.
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