"Where Quality and Style Ride Together"
Looking for a retro style pair of motorcycle mirrors? Then check out these chrome motorcycle round handlebar mirrors. These mirrors are designed to look almost identical to many stock motorcycle mirrors found on later models. They are manufactured with a high quality finish of chrome and are 100% all metal-no plastic whatsoever. They feature a round shaped mirror head design and have a glass mirror lens which is also "distortion free." The mirror lens is 4 inches in diameter and provides a large viewing angle to easily see what's behind you, thereby increasing your safety. Not being able to see what's behind you is the last thing you want when riding especially at night. Each mirror lens is fully adjustable and stays in place, allowing you to select any viewing angle you like and not having to worry about the mirror lens moving around, once it has been set into place. As with all of our parts, these mirrors are backed by our money back guarantee!
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Posted by H J on 29th Mar 2014
They're nice mirrors. They're a big improvement over my stock mirrors, and at a reasonable price. They are more solid than my stock ones which were plastic.
Posted by Pat on 21st Mar 2014
Awesome price and they fit my 1983 750 Magna perfectly.
Posted by Vlad on 19th Mar 2014
I purchased these 3 months ago for my Honda CB1100. The mirrors are all metal, and are chromed. They screwed onto the bars without any problem-fairly straightforward install. My only issue is I wanted the lens to be just a little bigger but thats my fault for not reading the description. Overall though I can see good with them and they are good quality.
Posted by James on 14th Mar 2014
Got them when you said I would, but don't understand why it took a week to receive the shipment? Overall good though.
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