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Ultralite German Mirror
Ultralite German Mirror
Ultralite German Mirror
Ultralite German Mirror

Ultralite German Mirror

Ultralite German Mirror
Ultralite German Mirror
Ultralite German Mirror
Ultralite German Mirror
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  • The Ultralight Bike Mirror

Description

Ultralight touring style german bicycle mirror.


Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5.2 x 1.9 inches ; 14.9 ounces


Shipping Weight: 14.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B0089CHAT0


Customer Reviews: 4.1 out of 5 stars103 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #318,040 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #243 in Bike Mirrors


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Features

  • The Ultralight Bike Mirror

Description

Ultralight touring style german bicycle mirror.


Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5.2 x 1.9 inches ; 14.9 ounces


Shipping Weight: 14.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B0089CHAT0


Customer Reviews: 4.1 out of 5 stars103 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #318,040 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #243 in Bike Mirrors


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • The Ultralight Bike Mirror

Description

Ultralight touring style german bicycle mirror.


Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5.2 x 1.9 inches ; 14.9 ounces


Shipping Weight: 14.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B0089CHAT0


Customer Reviews: 4.1 out of 5 stars103 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #318,040 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #243 in Bike Mirrors


abunda_amazon_reviews I have a straight bar with extenders and have had a very hard time finding a mirror that could be adjusted to show the field of view I want from a position on the bike that was unobtrusive, safe (not sticking out too far) and did not interfere with hand placement. The Ultralite Mirror does a better job of satisfying these requirements than did the I had Mirrycle road mirror I had been using before.Here is link to a YouTube review that deals with that issue. [...] He also make a great suggestion to use a zip tie instead of cutting the excess tightening clamp strap. (Good strategy whenever this type of clamp is used.) There is a photo on the main product page showing where, after about five different attempts, I finally installed the mirror. Notice the zip tie end on the inside of the bar. Ultralite German Mirror;;Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2013;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Ultralite Mirror works better than others;;Paul10023;;;This is the best road bike mirror that I've found, and I've tried quite a few. At first I thought the mount looked a little spindly and would vibrate, but in fact it is very solid and clear even over some fairly bumpy roads. I mounted it on the drops just below the hoods, which seems to be a perfect position: it's visible at all times and does not interfere with any of my hand positions or use of the brake/shift levers. It also has a very expansive field of view. The only drawback is that, with it sticking out on the side, I'll have to be careful when loading it in my car or when laying it down for any reason. It could also be pretty vulnerable if the bike falls over on that side, but I'm not in the habit of doing that!;;Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best road bike mirror I've used;;rochrunner;;;I've ridden several hundred miles over several months with this mirror and I've had absolutely zero issues. It's got a really flexible and easy-to-adjust mount, and so long as you install it over handlebar tape, the tape absorbs the shock and the mirror never budges, even over bumpy, pitted roads. Because the mirror straps onto a handlebar instead of screwing into it, if my bicycle ever falls (I don't have a kickstand), it just pushes the mirror away instead of snapping it off, unlike the last mirror I owned. So why four stars? The mirror itself could be larger or perhaps a uniform circular shape instead of this oblong rectangle thing, whatever you wanna call it. It gives you a great field of view, but objects in the thinner half are so tiny that you can't hardly see 'em. It's enough for me to get by, but just barely. No mirror is perfect, but I'd rather have a super-adjustable, maintenance-free mirror that's just a pinch too small, than one that's plenty large but requires constant fiddling. All said and done, I'd buy it again.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2016;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;A super-adjustable lightweight mirror, though a pinch on the small side;;Kyle Davis;;;This is the best bike mirror yet. It's easy to install and unobtrusive. It is stable and does not vibrate. Somebody has put a useful video on YouTube that shows the three best spots to place it. I recommend checking it out. I opted to place it on the down bar just under the left brake handle. One word of caution. As the old warning says, "Objects are much close than they appear." This is especially true with this mirror. Once you spot a car in it you only have 5-7 seconds before it's upon you. But it's enough warning for most situations, especially those tricky left turns on busy roads.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2014;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;This Is The One;;Goldry Bluzco;;;I recently got a new bike, Trek FX 7.2, and added bar ends so my old mirror would not attach. I have gone through a number of mirrors trying to find one that attached to the bar ends and left them so I could use them. Well this one did the trick. On top of that it is a great mirror. Installation was quick and easy, the view is great although a little too distorted, there is no vibration and I can still use the bar ends. I highly recommend this mirror.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2012;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best Mirror I Have Seen;;Amazon Customer;;;I got this because I ride on a fairly busy road on my way to church and to the park, and I generally have my toddler in a seat on the back so I like to check on him often as well as keep an eye on everything possible. I have a Novara Randonee with drop bars and gear end shifters and I found a nice spot right by the gear shifter on the left for this mirror. I have to adjust it semi regularly but thats mostly because I knock it about. Once I'm riding and I find the sweet spot it stays where it needs to. I do wish the orientation was different as another reviewer said, but with my limited options for mounting this is the best mirror I think I could have gotten. An added bonus is that it offers enough of a field of view for me to just barely see my little guy in his seat behind me, so I don't have to totally turn around in the saddle (which has proven risky before while riding). Great piece of kit, highly recommend for the price.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Watch for cars, check your little;;BR;;;Well-built and good-quality materials, but this would work better without the pronounced wide angle, which is not necessary on a mirror this size (it's pretty big). You can't easily see anything that's more than about 30 yards behind you, because the wide-angle reflection makes distant objects very, very small. A car can close that gap in a second or two on a highway. The angle is so wide, half of the reflection is of my bike or my body, regardless of how I position the mirror. This mirror would be best for riding on low-speed urban streets, where cars come up on you fairly slowly.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2014;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Not terrible;;MacDaddy;;;I've tried a couple different kinds of mirrors and always had problems focusing my eyes on them to clearly and safely see what's behind me. This mirror is able to be placed in just the right place such that I can glance down at it without moving my head. I'm able to quickly recognize what's behind me. The only downside is it's odd shape, so if you mount it vertically like I have opted to, either the top or the bottom of the image will be very narrow. It is tough to recognize cars far behind me without headlights due to its convex nature. But, so far it is the best bike mirror I have used and it has increased my confidence on the road quite a bit. Whenever I use a bike-share bike now, I frequently find myself glancing down to where this mirror would be mounted if I were on my own bike.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2016;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;One of the better handlebar-mounted mirrors;;Amazon Customer

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Paul10023 - Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2013
Ultralite Mirror works better than others
I have a straight bar with extenders and have had a very hard time finding a mirror that could be adjusted to show the field of view I want from a position on the bike that was unobtrusive, safe (not sticking out too far) and did not interfere with hand placement. The Ultralite Mirror does a better job of satisfying these requirements than did the I had Mirrycle road mirror I had been using before.Here is link to a YouTube review that deals with that issue. [...] He also make a great suggestion to use a zip tie instead of cutting the excess tightening clamp strap. (Good strategy whenever this type of clamp is used.) There is a photo on the main product page showing where, after about five different attempts, I finally installed the mirror. Notice the zip tie end on the inside of the bar. Ultralite German Mirror

5.0 out of 5 stars
By rochrunner - Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2016
Best road bike mirror I've used
This is the best road bike mirror that I've found, and I've tried quite a few. At first I thought the mount looked a little spindly and would vibrate, but in fact it is very solid and clear even over some fairly bumpy roads. I mounted it on the drops just below the hoods, which seems to be a perfect position: it's visible at all times and does not interfere with any of my hand positions or use of the brake/shift levers. It also has a very expansive field of view. The only drawback is that, with it sticking out on the side, I'll have to be careful when loading it in my car or when laying it down for any reason. It could also be pretty vulnerable if the bike falls over on that side, but I'm not in the habit of doing that!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kyle Davis - Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2016
A super-adjustable lightweight mirror, though a pinch on the small side
I've ridden several hundred miles over several months with this mirror and I've had absolutely zero issues. It's got a really flexible and easy-to-adjust mount, and so long as you install it over handlebar tape, the tape absorbs the shock and the mirror never budges, even over bumpy, pitted roads. Because the mirror straps onto a handlebar instead of screwing into it, if my bicycle ever falls (I don't have a kickstand), it just pushes the mirror away instead of snapping it off, unlike the last mirror I owned. So why four stars? The mirror itself could be larger or perhaps a uniform circular shape instead of this oblong rectangle thing, whatever you wanna call it. It gives you a great field of view, but objects in the thinner half are so tiny that you can't hardly see 'em. It's enough for me to get by, but just barely. No mirror is perfect, but I'd rather have a super-adjustable, maintenance-free mirror that's just a pinch too small, than one that's plenty large but requires constant fiddling. All said and done, I'd buy it again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Goldry Bluzco - Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2014
This Is The One
This is the best bike mirror yet. It's easy to install and unobtrusive. It is stable and does not vibrate. Somebody has put a useful video on YouTube that shows the three best spots to place it. I recommend checking it out. I opted to place it on the down bar just under the left brake handle. One word of caution. As the old warning says, "Objects are much close than they appear." This is especially true with this mirror. Once you spot a car in it you only have 5-7 seconds before it's upon you. But it's enough warning for most situations, especially those tricky left turns on busy roads.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2012
Best Mirror I Have Seen
I recently got a new bike, Trek FX 7.2, and added bar ends so my old mirror would not attach. I have gone through a number of mirrors trying to find one that attached to the bar ends and left them so I could use them. Well this one did the trick. On top of that it is a great mirror. Installation was quick and easy, the view is great although a little too distorted, there is no vibration and I can still use the bar ends. I highly recommend this mirror.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By BR - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2016
Watch for cars, check your little
I got this because I ride on a fairly busy road on my way to church and to the park, and I generally have my toddler in a seat on the back so I like to check on him often as well as keep an eye on everything possible. I have a Novara Randonee with drop bars and gear end shifters and I found a nice spot right by the gear shifter on the left for this mirror. I have to adjust it semi regularly but thats mostly because I knock it about. Once I'm riding and I find the sweet spot it stays where it needs to. I do wish the orientation was different as another reviewer said, but with my limited options for mounting this is the best mirror I think I could have gotten. An added bonus is that it offers enough of a field of view for me to just barely see my little guy in his seat behind me, so I don't have to totally turn around in the saddle (which has proven risky before while riding). Great piece of kit, highly recommend for the price.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By MacDaddy - Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2014
Not terrible
Well-built and good-quality materials, but this would work better without the pronounced wide angle, which is not necessary on a mirror this size (it's pretty big). You can't easily see anything that's more than about 30 yards behind you, because the wide-angle reflection makes distant objects very, very small. A car can close that gap in a second or two on a highway. The angle is so wide, half of the reflection is of my bike or my body, regardless of how I position the mirror. This mirror would be best for riding on low-speed urban streets, where cars come up on you fairly slowly.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2016
One of the better handlebar-mounted mirrors
I've tried a couple different kinds of mirrors and always had problems focusing my eyes on them to clearly and safely see what's behind me. This mirror is able to be placed in just the right place such that I can glance down at it without moving my head. I'm able to quickly recognize what's behind me. The only downside is it's odd shape, so if you mount it vertically like I have opted to, either the top or the bottom of the image will be very narrow. It is tough to recognize cars far behind me without headlights due to its convex nature. But, so far it is the best bike mirror I have used and it has increased my confidence on the road quite a bit. Whenever I use a bike-share bike now, I frequently find myself glancing down to where this mirror would be mounted if I were on my own bike.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Paul10023 - Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2013
Ultralite Mirror works better than others
I have a straight bar with extenders and have had a very hard time finding a mirror that could be adjusted to show the field of view I want from a position on the bike that was unobtrusive, safe (not sticking out too far) and did not interfere with hand placement. The Ultralite Mirror does a better job of satisfying these requirements than did the I had Mirrycle road mirror I had been using before.Here is link to a YouTube review that deals with that issue. [...] He also make a great suggestion to use a zip tie instead of cutting the excess tightening clamp strap. (Good strategy whenever this type of clamp is used.) There is a photo on the main product page showing where, after about five different attempts, I finally installed the mirror. Notice the zip tie end on the inside of the bar. Ultralite German Mirror

5.0 out of 5 stars
By rochrunner - Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2016
Best road bike mirror I've used
This is the best road bike mirror that I've found, and I've tried quite a few. At first I thought the mount looked a little spindly and would vibrate, but in fact it is very solid and clear even over some fairly bumpy roads. I mounted it on the drops just below the hoods, which seems to be a perfect position: it's visible at all times and does not interfere with any of my hand positions or use of the brake/shift levers. It also has a very expansive field of view. The only drawback is that, with it sticking out on the side, I'll have to be careful when loading it in my car or when laying it down for any reason. It could also be pretty vulnerable if the bike falls over on that side, but I'm not in the habit of doing that!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Kyle Davis - Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2016
A super-adjustable lightweight mirror, though a pinch on the small side
I've ridden several hundred miles over several months with this mirror and I've had absolutely zero issues. It's got a really flexible and easy-to-adjust mount, and so long as you install it over handlebar tape, the tape absorbs the shock and the mirror never budges, even over bumpy, pitted roads. Because the mirror straps onto a handlebar instead of screwing into it, if my bicycle ever falls (I don't have a kickstand), it just pushes the mirror away instead of snapping it off, unlike the last mirror I owned. So why four stars? The mirror itself could be larger or perhaps a uniform circular shape instead of this oblong rectangle thing, whatever you wanna call it. It gives you a great field of view, but objects in the thinner half are so tiny that you can't hardly see 'em. It's enough for me to get by, but just barely. No mirror is perfect, but I'd rather have a super-adjustable, maintenance-free mirror that's just a pinch too small, than one that's plenty large but requires constant fiddling. All said and done, I'd buy it again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Goldry Bluzco - Reviewed in the United States on June 20, 2014
This Is The One
This is the best bike mirror yet. It's easy to install and unobtrusive. It is stable and does not vibrate. Somebody has put a useful video on YouTube that shows the three best spots to place it. I recommend checking it out. I opted to place it on the down bar just under the left brake handle. One word of caution. As the old warning says, "Objects are much close than they appear." This is especially true with this mirror. Once you spot a car in it you only have 5-7 seconds before it's upon you. But it's enough warning for most situations, especially those tricky left turns on busy roads.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2012
Best Mirror I Have Seen
I recently got a new bike, Trek FX 7.2, and added bar ends so my old mirror would not attach. I have gone through a number of mirrors trying to find one that attached to the bar ends and left them so I could use them. Well this one did the trick. On top of that it is a great mirror. Installation was quick and easy, the view is great although a little too distorted, there is no vibration and I can still use the bar ends. I highly recommend this mirror.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By BR - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2016
Watch for cars, check your little
I got this because I ride on a fairly busy road on my way to church and to the park, and I generally have my toddler in a seat on the back so I like to check on him often as well as keep an eye on everything possible. I have a Novara Randonee with drop bars and gear end shifters and I found a nice spot right by the gear shifter on the left for this mirror. I have to adjust it semi regularly but thats mostly because I knock it about. Once I'm riding and I find the sweet spot it stays where it needs to. I do wish the orientation was different as another reviewer said, but with my limited options for mounting this is the best mirror I think I could have gotten. An added bonus is that it offers enough of a field of view for me to just barely see my little guy in his seat behind me, so I don't have to totally turn around in the saddle (which has proven risky before while riding). Great piece of kit, highly recommend for the price.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By MacDaddy - Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2014
Not terrible
Well-built and good-quality materials, but this would work better without the pronounced wide angle, which is not necessary on a mirror this size (it's pretty big). You can't easily see anything that's more than about 30 yards behind you, because the wide-angle reflection makes distant objects very, very small. A car can close that gap in a second or two on a highway. The angle is so wide, half of the reflection is of my bike or my body, regardless of how I position the mirror. This mirror would be best for riding on low-speed urban streets, where cars come up on you fairly slowly.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2016
One of the better handlebar-mounted mirrors
I've tried a couple different kinds of mirrors and always had problems focusing my eyes on them to clearly and safely see what's behind me. This mirror is able to be placed in just the right place such that I can glance down at it without moving my head. I'm able to quickly recognize what's behind me. The only downside is it's odd shape, so if you mount it vertically like I have opted to, either the top or the bottom of the image will be very narrow. It is tough to recognize cars far behind me without headlights due to its convex nature. But, so far it is the best bike mirror I have used and it has increased my confidence on the road quite a bit. Whenever I use a bike-share bike now, I frequently find myself glancing down to where this mirror would be mounted if I were on my own bike.