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panoramic rearview HELP

jailajjaila Posts: 16
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:50 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
Looking for some advice on panoramic rearview mirror. Since surgery my rom is just not what it needs to be to safely check my blind spots. Someone posted about a panoramic. I googled it...but come up with a lot of different options. They range from 12" (doesn't seem very big) to 34" length (seems ginormous)...and all different types. I would like one that just clips on and off. Hoping that it is something I won't need to use forever. Any input from folks who have used these would be much appreciated.


  • Inexpensive and decent:
    Look for mirrors made by CIPA. I got all mine from etrailer.com. Really good prices.

    Expensive and better quality:
    ALLVIEW Mirror - sold by Brookstone
    No Blind Spot Rear View Mirror - sold by Hammacher Schlemmer

    Also consider some stick on blind spot mirrors to attach to your side view mirrors. You can get some small round ones cheap at any auto parts place. They really save a lot of neck twisting.

    When you are looking make sure to check that they are clip-on style to go over your factory rear view mirror. Some of the good ones are actually made for the inside of a race car and attach to the roll bar. There is one that is awesome and it is a shame it is not available for a street car. It has multiple panels instead of 1 big panel. If you can find something like that it will be better.

    Also adjust your side view mirrors properly. You do not need to see the side of your car through them. Push them out further. The blind spots start to go away. Most people set them in way too much. You should have to move your head to see the side of your car in them.

  • SpineAZSpineAZ WiscPosts: 1,084
    I got one via AutoSport Catalog called the Panoramic RearView Mirror. It clips on and off easily and has a slight tint as well.
    2 ACDFs, 2 PCDF, 3 LIFs; Rt TKR; Rt thumb fusion ; Lt thumb arthroplasty; Ehlers Danlos 
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