Tiger Eye Helmet Mirror

Product Code
BT-1950
Brand
Tiger Eye
Price
$19.99
  • Current Stock: 41

A favorite of Tours Director, Arlen Hall, Tiger Eye mirrors have been handmade in America for over a decade. They are constructed from high grade glass optics and a stainless steel bicycle spoke

Reviews

Average rating: based on 6 reviews.

Tiger Eye Helmet Mirror Rating:

Reviewed By: Mike from Chula Vista, CA on 3/31/16

Works great! With a little adjusting now meets my needs. Great item...

VERY SATISIFIED Rating:

Reviewed By: GEORGE CHIASSON on 3/17/16

AT FIRST I DIDN'T THINK I COULD GET IT TO WORK ON MY HELMET BUT FINALLY REALIZED THAT I COULD SHAPE IT TOO MY NEEDS. ONCE ON I SAW THAT IT WAS NOT LIKE OTHER MIRRORS I WAS USED TO HAVING A MIRROR THAT I HAD TO ADJUST EVERY TIME I TOOK MY HELMET OFF AND PUT BACK ON. ONCE SET YOUR'RE GOOD TO RIDE. REALLY LIKE.

Works, with limitations Rating:

Reviewed By: Rick Byrnes on 2/29/16

The mirror is smaller in diameter than other helmet mirrors I've used. The rear view consequently doesn't cover a wide field. The spoke is thicker and harder to bend. The mirror's glass cracked when I adjusted the spoke.

Not a Solution Rating:

Reviewed By: Mike Jamison on 5/10/15

I so wanted this to work, but I could not find an angle or a sweet spot that enabled me to use this in anything resembling an effective manner. I'm sure Tiger Eye earnestly wants to have this product work for folks, but maybe all helmet mounted mirror systems are doomed. At least my money benefited ACA to some small extent. Oh well, nothing ventured nothing gained.

Works great once adjusted right Rating:

Reviewed By: Kenneth Feucht on 11/28/14

After going through a dozen different types of mirror systems, all of which I hated, I decided to try this, based on Arlen Hall's recommendation. I was at first a touch skeptical, worried that it didn't fit solid to the helmet and moved around a bit. In actual use, that movement really didn't affect anything, and when I tried securing the mirror more rigidly with zip ties, it actually made matters worse. The mirror support system can be bent and adjusted to the best possible position for riding. Once set, it works reliably and is quite stable on the helmet. The rear view is more than sufficient for riding needs. I have since also purchased and use an EVT Safe Zone mirror for another helmet, which also is quite excellent, though a little more expensive. Mirrors tend to be highly personal items, and what works for one person often doesn't work for another. In this case, Arlen hit it right on with me.

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