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Axiom FastFlash DLX Universal Mirror

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- Cycling's first universal mirror
- Patent pending steadfast quick-release design installs and removes in seconds, no tools necessary
- Unique Versalink compound pivot design offers unlimited angle adjustments
- Middle pivot link is removable to allow for more custom low-profile mounting options
- Shatterproof mirror with high resolution optics
- Vibration management system for an undistorted view
- Stainless steel bolts
- Round shape is free of distortions normally found on other mirrors
- Virtually unbreakable plastic construction
- Super convex model can be center-mounted on handlebar, offering a panaramic view of both sides of the bike
- Fits virtually all handlebar designs
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Product Reviews (7)
Overall Product Rating 3.9 / 5
Versatile Mirror
03 Aug 2016
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNon really but joint and strap design could be improved.
ProsGood field of view and flexible mounting
After fitting traditional style bars and trying a none-convex mirror, I needed something to give a wider view of the road behind avoiding arms and legs.
Any mirror is better than no mirror, right?
But this mirror gives you a good wide field of vision and can be easily repositioned without tools.
At first I was sceptical that the joints would remain in position when being hammered over the potholed surfaces but although it vibrates, it rarely moves when jolted and is easy to realign on-the-fly.
I've ended up with it upside-down on the bar-end - not all what I'd intended but it works brilliantly!
Seems Like A Good Idea, But Not For Every Bike
17 Feb 2013
1 / 5
ConsNil visibility on Brompton M bars
I got this for a Brompton as most mirrors interfere with folding. However, after a lot of experimentation I have not found any way of positioning the mirror where it is in the slightest useful.
View is obscured by arm, leg or hand wherever I try it, and the arms of the mirror are far too short to give any kind of rear view at all.
Pretty Good
08 Jul 2012
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsSome minor vibration. Not sure how strong it will prove to be.
ProsVersatile and easy to fit
At last a mirror that is effective on drops with bar end changers. So far I am well pleased with the Axiom solution.
Axiom Fastflash Dlx Universal Mirror
22 May 2012
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Conslitle vibration.
ProsMounts easily and securely
it is almost perfect! It´s very easy to use, and the level of vibration is aceptable.
Axiom Fastflash Mirror
07 May 2012
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ProsCost, performance, usefulness
Have had this mirror on "butterfly" handlebars for two months now. This is the best mirror I have ever had. I have removed the short arm section leaving just the longer arm. It is attatched to the handlebars quite loosely I can get good rear visibility with hardly any head movement. I originally stated that this mirror was no substitute for looking behind, despite this I have definitely started to trust the mirror and look behind me only at critical times. When the mirror was first tried I found myself overusing it. The image is not pin sharp because there is vibration (What do you expect? This device is feather light) Steadier images are easily obtained by leaning a wrist or hand against the mirror stalk. My brain seems to have adapted to the vibration and can see vehicles a long way behind me.
Update To Previous Post
16 Feb 2012
4 / 5
ConsReflects far too much vibration
ProsMounts easily and securely
Further to my previous comments I have found that by turning the flexible mounting bracket upside down (and readjusting the mirror glass accordingly) the tendency for the mirror to work loose as it vibrates downward has now become a tendency to tighten up and this has solved that problem completely.

In my comment above I meant to say that if my bars were much thicker I would NOT be be able to stretch the rubber strap far enough to clip it on.

Overall I am happier with this product than I was originally.
Overall Not That Good
05 Feb 2012
3 / 5
ConsReflects far too much vibration and works loose
ProsMounts easily and securely
Mounts quickly and securely though if my bars were thicker (with more tape) I would be able to stretch the rubber strap far enough to clip it in. With tyres pumped up to 100 psi and given the state of most local roads there is far too much vibration of the relected image for it to enhance road safety much. Mounted on the right side of the bike it tends to work loose and flop down after riding for a while even though I have tightened it up quite a bit. Also, given where I have mounted it, on drop handle bars about 2 cm underneath the break lever hood I would say that the lense is a bit too convex so that vehicles and fellow cyclists appear quite some distance away until they are about 10 to 15 metres behind me.
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