Blind-spot mirror: 50mm diameter. Suitable for larger mirrors.
Adjustable after fitting, by tilting mirrored part inside housing.
Diameter of convex reflective surface: 50mm.
Overall diameter: 59mm.
Overall depth, (depending on adjusted angle): 16-19mm.
- Thoroughly clean the surface of the vehicle’s mirror, to remove any dirt/dust/etc. (Do not use anything abrasive, as many mirror glasses are chromed on the surface, rather than behind the glass and abrasives will damage that coating).
- Peel off the protective film from the adhesive pad on the back of the blind-spot mirror.
- Firmly place the blind-spot mirror on your mirror, in the optimum position for view/safety*.
- Adhesive will attach well immediately but it is recommended to wait 24 hours for attachment to have maximum effect.
- Adjust by tilting the centre part of the blind-spot mirror in any direction to achieve the best position.
* We have the smaller 37mm blind-spot mirrors on our own Citroën 2cv AK350 van. To establish the best position, with the door mirrors correctly adjusted, I looked for the area of the glass which was least useful for seeing the rear view. On a 2cv van, this is the part nearest to the door, because all you can see in this part of the mirror is the vertical panel that protrudes outwards immediately behind the doors. This was the position I chose, as it meant that I lost no rear view from the original mirrors at all but, with correct rotational adjustment of the blind-spot mirror, I gained an additional wide-angle view. You may decide on a different position to best suit you and your vehicle.