- Zefal Spy Mirror
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This Zefal Spy Mirror is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
Zefal Spy Mirror
The convex Spy mirror is constructed of unbreakable chrome plated ABS plastic and fits to any handlebar larger than 22mm in diameter without the need for any tools.
About Bike Mirrors
Mirrors are an important safety aid when cycling in traffic. They make it much easier to see if there is a vehicle behind you before committing yourself to a manoever.
About the Zefal brand
Zéfal is a worldwide leading manufacturer of cycling accessories.
Zéfal is a worldwide leading manufacturer of cycling accessories: pumps, bottles, bottle cages, mudguards, racks, bags, maintenance products...
Since 1880 Zéfal’s main focus has been innovation. After the invention of the Presta valve (also called the French valve), Zéfal has registered many patents to improve the efficiency and ease of use of cycling accessories.
Today our people still share the same passion for innovation as 130 years ago.
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It doesn't have any sort of arm - the mirror is just an inch or so away from the bars.
i have brought a couple of these and find them very versatile and they are quite small not bulky on the bike
NB: When I ride fully extended/ crouched for the drop bars, my hands are more towards the curve of the handlebars.
You may not need an extender that you're seeking... go to your riding position and see where you place your hands.
It does mean that it is obscured when your right leg is down- but functions when your knee is at the top of the rotation.
by being there, it is unobtrusive and functions much more like a car wing mirror. you soon develop the knack of using it.
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