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CIPA Clip On Towing Mirror

By CIPA
7 Reviews
$14.55 each
List Price
$13.99 each
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Features:
  • Clip on some towing vision with the CIPA Clip On Towing Mirror
  • The fast, budget-friendly alternative to expensive towing mirrors
  • Perfect for temporary and light towing jobs (not recommended for full-time or heavy-duty towing)
  • Secures to factory mirrors with rubber straps—fits large truck and van mirrors
  • Easy-to-adjust arms fit tight for a steady, vibration-free ride
  • Universal design installs quickly without tools
  • Fits factory mirrors up to 10"
  • Mirror glass measures a rearview-enhancing 5" H x 7.5" W
  • Extends your OE mirror by a total 7” for towing peace of mind
  • Mirror works on either driver or passenger side of your vehicle
  • Does not obstruct your vehicle's existing mirror viewing area
  • When you’re not towing, simply remove and store in a cool dry place
  • Black finish delivers a clean, OEM look
  • Your CIPA Clip On Towing Mirror is backed by a 1-year warranty
Description:

One of mankind's greatest inventions is the clip. After all, where would we be without the clip-on tie, clip-on earrings, clip-on sunglasses and of course, clip-on hair extensions? We'd be in the style stone age, that's where. So it's no surprise that this magnificent advancement in humanity has been applied to towing your trailer with the CIPA Clip On Towing Mirror.

The quickest, easiest and most wallet-friendly way to end your tow-mirror misery, CIPA Towing Mirrors are designed to clip right to your factory mirrors. In fact, CIPA Tow mirrors boost those factory side view mirrors with an extra 7" of rear view vision.

Installing your CIPA Towing Mirrors is a cinch. Adjustable rubber straps fit around your factory mirrors—especially large truck and van mirrors—for a tight, vibration-free fit without any tools. And best yet, CIPA backs your Clip On Towing Mirror with a reflective 1-year warranty.

Notes:
  • Mirrors are sold individually
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating
7 Customer Reviews
5 Star
1 (14%)
4 Star
1 (14%)
3 Star
0 (0%)
2 Star
2 (29%)
1 Star
3 (43%)

mirror's i got

the mirror's they will not stay in place they keep moving all over the place.
Posted By patrick c (PADUCAH, KY) / June 7, 2016
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My Opinion.

I think they should be longer. Can barely see around nose of RV. Said they would give 7 inches more visibility. Not on my H3.
Posted By CHARLES W (Saginaw, MI) / June 15, 2015
2007 Hummer H3
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I did not like to much cost

i got one not two can buy some other place cheaper and it will not fit my truck
Posted By richard m (Tacoma, WA) / April 13, 2015
2014 Toyota Tacoma
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Great Design; Good Price

These mirrors are a snap to install and uninstall. Anyone towing a trailer should have these.
Posted By Francis G (MERRIMACK, NH) / June 6, 2014
2012 Suzuki SX4
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Junk

To be honest I should have just thrown my money out the window. The old saying you get what you pay for is what i got JUNK.
Posted By Ervin H (MOUNTAIN HOME, AR) / May 28, 2014
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there is very little difference between the clip and my standard

The advertised extended difference was 7 inches there was maybe 2 inches difference from my standard mirrors to my clip on mirrors. Not at all what I expected
Posted By jerry r (Sacramento, CA) / May 19, 2014
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ready to try them out

I have not used them yet but I have put them on my OEM mirrors and they seem to fit well. I am going to install a safety string just incase they fall off in a big wind or passing big rig. Rubber straps stretch well but should be protected from the elements as much as possible when not in use.
Posted By Tom F (MINDEN, NV) / May 2, 2014
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