Second one I’ve bought for two different bikes, absolutely love this product
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I have a Harley Street XG 750. The stock mirrors were terrible, couldn't see anything past my own jacket.
The clarity and convex view is amazing! Easy to adjust, also find up position works better then down, but down looks cool.
Don't skimp on something important like seeing whats coming up behind you! The quality of these are worth every penny.
Cheers from Canada
Friendly people (some delay by credit-card security check, but swift and correct response) Shipped quickly, nice and professional packing. Mirrors are high end quality and easy to mount. Very good instruction manual (for reversing mirrors left and right) Testing them right now but seem to be very stable and no vibration. Highly recommend, get rid of the stock mirrors!
These mirrors are fantastic, would be better if I didn't dump my ride. After hitting the pavement they are still awesome. Stays put and clear as a bell
I purchased these mirrors with the mounts as a set and was surprised at their clarity. Installation on my 'thumper' was pretty straight forward, although you will have to take one of the mirrors apart as they are made for one side only (just follow the directions). There is no vibration noticed in the image and I'm happy with them. They are a little pricey, but you do get what you pay for.
Nice Mirror to Replace Stock units.Very Functional and Good Looking!! Highly recommended!!
I bought this on impulse because they look better than the stock Mickey Mouse ears that come with my SV. I had avoided bar-end mirrors because I wasn't sure of the view from them would be adequate considering the size of the mirror and and the low position at the end of the bar (my bike is a naked so my sitting position is more upright than on the sport model).
So far these mirrors work fine. I got used to glancing lower to use them, they don't vibrate too much (at least on my bike which is relatively smooth for a V-twin), and they do the job of telling m what's behind me at east from a functional standpoint (no panoramic views here). Also, their low profile preserves the austere look of a naked bike.