CIPA Rear View Mirror Customer Reviews
114 Customer Reviews
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On the road of life, knowing where you've been is almost as important as knowing where you're headed. When you can't see what's going on over your shoulder, you can't spot cops lurking about, tailgaters creeping up, or ambulances barreling your way. With a CIPA Rear View Mirror riding up front, you'll always be able to watch your back.
Whether you're replacing a damaged stock mirror or upgrading from an old-school reflector, CIPA Rear View Mirrors are the clear choice. During nighttime drives, you can flip into anti-glare mode for a blind-free commute. And, you can upgrade with the optional map lights for some extra illumination when you need it most. Either way, going with a CIPA Rear View Mirror over a factory-made replacement will save you tons of funds.
Your CIPA Rear View Mirror easily mounts onto stock mounting bases, or you can make your own installation point with the optional mounting kit and adhesive. 3 sizes available. Backed by a 1-year warranty.
114 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by john s (westminster, CO) — Sep 10, 2014 12:02 AM
Installed in 2013 GMC Savana. Mirror appears to be good quality/construction. For whatever reason it vibrates quite a bit. It's not so bad that you can't see and the visibility through the door windows in the back of the van isn't ever going to be stellar. Do not bother using plastic mounts that come with the mounting kit. They are brittle and cheap. The miror was on the floor on the first dirt road. The mirror comes with a solid metal mount that works much better though not as clean looking.
Reviewed by Dennis K (ELLSWORTH, KS) — Aug 12, 2014 4:40 PM
I appreciated the very quick delivery of the mirror. The mounting piece is designed a bit different than the OEM which doesn't allow for it to mount onto the OEM windshield mount. It does stay on, but would be nice for it to fit like the OEM. Doesn't look like it's 100% secure actually. It's construction is somewhat lighter than the OEM which allows for vibration while moving down the road. A bit obnoxious at times. In the middle of the mirror you can see a wave/bulge from top to bottom which distorts the image. When in the night time position, the mirror doesn't cam, or move far enough to eliminate the daytime view. Could possibly move a bit more to fully darken the view. Somewhat distracting with a partialy darkened image with some bright light included. It's an ok mirror, but truly not what I would consider an OEM replacement.
Reviewed by Richard C (Santa Ana, CA) — Jul 09, 2014 8:13 PM
Flimsy creating blurred shaky views. I'm trying to modify it by adding glue to arm where it connects to back of mirror, also will try stuffing foam into the body thru the hole at bottom where the day/nite lever is.