CIPA Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirrors Customer Reviews
24 Customer Reviews
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Vehicles these days are taller than ever, especially now that towering lift kits and oversized wheels are all the rage. Unfortunately, as bumpers get higher, headlights begin beaming right into our rear view mirrors. Then, those rays have no where to go except into your eyes. Drive safe and comfortable with a CIPA Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirror. Its cutting-edge sensors keep an eye on ambient light levels and automatically adjust the glass's tint when glare flares up.
Of course, your CIPA Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirror can do more than banish blinding shine. Available with an optional digital compass, map light and/or temperature gauge, you always know exactly where you're going and what you'll need to wear when you get there with this advanced rear view mirror.
Your CIPA Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirror mounts right onto factory wedge or camlock bases. Requires some hard wiring using the included wiring harness - wiring experience or professional installation recommended. 1-year warranty.
24 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Daniel S (GILBERT, AZ) — May 31, 2014 11:47 AM
I was just a bit reluctant to spend this much for an auto dimming/compass mirror for my Ford F150 however I must now say that it was money well spent. The ease of installation and the simple set up made this well worth the cost. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to have these features on their car/truck.
Reviewed by John L (Louisville, KY) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Monte Carlo — Apr 18, 2014 2:43 AM
I had a factory auto dimming mirror that eventually went bad. I replaced it with Base Model CIPA mirror that just Auto-Dims. It works a bit better than the factory one did, and the install was very easy. It plugged directly in.
Reviewed by Michael H (Bloomsburg, PA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Colorado — Feb 04, 2014 4:40 AM
Seamless installation. Took me back to my younger days when doing stuff like this to a car was second nature. As I look at my truck I think "Okay what's next?" Thanks autoanything.com So far the best prices and the best service by far!
Reviewed by Tom P (Silverlake, WA) Reviewed for a 2007 Nissan Frontier — Oct 08, 2013 10:44 PM
I drive half my 80 mile roundtrip commute at night so the auto-dimming mirror is one of the best purchases I've every made on any vehicle. It effectively blocks out glare from headlights while still keeping a clear field of vision. The outside air temperature sensor is not meant as a frost or ice warning, it's better than trying to time the temperature rotation on roadside billboards! The compass is really unnecessary as I almost always know which direction I'm driving!
Reviewed by Alan H (Austin, TX) Reviewed for a 1955 Chevy Bel Air — Jul 11, 2008 9:33 AM
This mirror does it all, auto-dimming, outside temperature, compass and map lights in one unit. It is relatively easy to install. Getting the wiring through the dash is the hardest part. Ergonomics are very good. Performance is great.