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Mounting is as easy as 1, 2, 3.




On heavy temples, first slide the mounting block over the end and then slide it forward. Running hot water over the rubber block helps on extra wide temples.  








   

  On narrow temples, slide the mirror on anywhere, and then slide it forward.







Adaption for Mounting on Temples 7 to 9 mm Thick

Left, original rubber block–notice that it is hollow on one side.

Center, the rubber block with the hollow side removed. (I cut this one with a box knife.

Right, the rubber block mounted after the hollow side is removed.








Left, Mounted on a 9 mm temple

Right, Mounted on a 5.23 mm temple              Customer-provided photograph


On wraparound glasses, mount as far forward as possible–even ahead of the hinge.

Some feel uncomfortable with wraparound glasses that cause the mirror to be located close to the eye. Others like the mirror even if it is closer to the glasses, but it might take some time to become accustomed to it.


Bending Instructions

The Safety Sport Mirror can be bent for a custom fit. Holding the plastic mounting arm at each end, it can be bent as far as 120° at room temperature or warmer. When it is released, it will return to about half that angle.


You can safely bend the mounting arm 90° or more to the left for eyeglasses, as far as 180° to the right for use on a helmet visor. This results in a gradual bend.

To make a sharper bend, run hot water over the plastic arm for about a minute. You can then use pliers to make a sharp bend.

Don’t be afraid of breaking the plastic. If it should break, email me a picture of it, and I’ll mail you a new part at no charge.





Last Revised 03/04/17

 © 2017 by Safety Sport Mirror Co.




    










  


              


 








On heavy bows, first slide the mounting block over the end and then slide it forward. Running hot water over the rubber block helps on extra wide temples.

Mounting is as easy as 1, 2, 3.


Last Revised 10/28/16


© 2016 by Safety Sport Mirror Co.



Left, original rubber block–notice that it is hollow on one side.


Center, the rubber block with the hollow side removed. (I cut this one with a box knife.


Right, the rubber block mounted after the hollow side is removed.


Adaption for mounting on temples 7 to 9 mm thick






Left, Mounted on a 9 mm temple


Right, Mounted on a 5.23 mm temple     Customer-provided photograph


Note, On wraparound glasses, mount as far forward as possible–even ahead of the hinge.




Some feel uncomfortable with wraparound glasses that cause the mirror to be located close to the eye. Others like the mirror even if it is as close to the glasses as ¾ inch.



2. To bend the mounting to sharper angles, hold the mounting arm under hot water for about a minute. Then holding the mounting arm with two pairs of needle-nose pliers, bend the plastic mounting arm to about twice the desired angle. When it is released, it will return to about the desired angle.


3.  Hold it under cold water to set the arm in the desired position. It will then stay at that angle.


Don’t be afraid of breaking the plastic. If it should break, email me a picture of it, and I’ll mail you a new part at no charge.





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© 2016 by Safety Sport Mirror Co.





    










  


              


 








The Safety Sport Mirror can also be mounted on cap bills.

On thin bows, slide the mirror onto the bow anywhere, and then slide it forward.

On heavy bows, first slide the mounting block over the end and then slide it forward. Running hot water over the rubber block helps on extra wide temples.

Mounting is as easy as 1, 2, 3.


Last Revised 10/28/16


© 2016 by Safety Sport Mirror Co.



Left, original rubber block–notice that it is hollow on one side.


Center, the rubber block with the hollow side removed. (I cut this one with a box knife.


Right, the rubber block mounted after the hollow side is removed.


Adaption for mounting on temples 7 to 9 mm thick






Left, Mounted on a 9 mm temple


Right, Mounted on a 5.23 mm temple     Customer-provided photograph


Note, On wraparound glasses, mount as far forward as possible–even ahead of the hinge.




Some feel uncomfortable with wraparound glasses that cause the mirror to be located close to the eye. Others like the mirror even if it is as close to the glasses as ¾ inch.