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D and D Oberlauda
UltraLight Bike Mirror

Mfg PartNum:ULBM
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The D+D Oberlauda UltraLight Bike Mirror is an extra-wide, lightweight mirror that offers plenty of visibility. Weighing in at a mere 58 grams, it attaches to virtually any handlebar or even your fork. The pivoting design is durable and easy to adjust.

Made in Germany.

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Excellent rear view visibility
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by tazman
Cycling Enthusiast
Florida

Superb clarity and the ability to see even small animals and chidlren, very adjustable. The connection between the mirror and the stem that holds the mirror and allows it to pivot needs improvement. When traveling downhill at speed, when you hit a bump in the road, the mirror pops off the stem and falls to the ground. I have had two mirrors scratched up in this manner. I ended up getting the position that I need and glueing the mirror in place. The situation I described occurred in Maine during the recent Bike Maine and I was able to get replacements quickly. I live in Florida and have had no problems.

Reviewed 9/22/2014
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Finally- the Perfect Mirror for Bikes with Drop Bars!
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by amazer
Cycling Enthusiast
southern NH

I have tried a lot of bike mirrors over the years and this one is the best, especially if you have drop bars. The easy to install mirror has a strong nylon/plastic strap that lets you mount the mirror right at the spot where the brifter hoods meet the bars, so the mirror doesn't interfere with your hand positions.

Moreover, the mirror has excellent optics- it is not extreme wide angle like some mirrors (which makes it difficult to see cars that are more than 50 feet behind you), but is slightly wide angle and gives you good visibility to see any traffic that's closing in toward you.

I have this mirror on both my bikes and am very pleased with it in every respect!

Reviewed 6/26/2014
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Light weight, great field of view.
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by Dennis
Daily Commuter
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Use this on all of my bicycles. Worth the purchase!

Reviewed 3/11/2018
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Tried various others, this one works
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

All the other ones jiggle loose as you ride- this one stays put. A bit large and a bit heavy but I think that's what you need to get the job done. It works- buy it!

Reviewed 12/8/2013
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Great Mirror for my road bike
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by cyclingchef
Cycling Enthusiast
Graham, WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

It's a large mirror that can fold in and adjust in many angles.

Reviewed 9/15/2014
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Use where other mirros won't go
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by Aaron
Cycling Enthusiast
Medford, OR

I was looking for a mirror that would stay adjusted and would clamp to my wife's touring style (Novarra Safari like) handle bars. It does just what we need. If I need to install a mirror on another bike where a Mirrycycle bar-end mirror won't work, I'll definitly go for another of these.

Reviewed 10/17/2013
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What a difference!!
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by Dgnokids
Cycling Enthusiast
Hartford, CT.

Seeing behind adds another dimension and more safety to biking. This is my first mirror and I love it. It is very light weight so it does not vibrate while riding. Only problem I had was it moves out of adjustment because the surface that clamps on the handlebars is very smooth so it spins. My solution was to put a small piece of fine sandpaper between the clamp and handlebar. No more slipping. There is also a You tube video with mounting suggestions. Bought a second one for my wife.

Reviewed 7/19/2013
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Sharp, clear view from distance to close up, you know what's coming!
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by Karen
Cycling Enthusiast
Peoria, AZ.
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I use two of these mirrors, one on each side of bike handle bars so at a quick glance I know what's coming up or going on behind me. I mounted the right one on the bar and the left one on the hand grip so I could see right behind me. I can see a car approaching on my left from nearly a mile away, when they have the headlights on, so I feel secure in the bicycle lane. I tried them above the bar but they work much better below the bar. Best set of mirrors I have had!

Reviewed 7/12/2013
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Best bike mirror available
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Bay Area

I have this on my commuter bike & now purchasing another for my road bike. Do some googling, a lot of people rate this as the best light weight bike mirror available. This is the cheapest price I have found it anywhere. Thanks WB!

Reviewed 5/23/2013
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Excellent product
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by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
Fresno, CA

One of the few handlebar-mounted mirrors that can be used on a bike with bar-end shifters. Easy to install and does not move with road vibrations. I don't trim the end of the clamp strap so I can move it between bikes if I desire (might help also in reinstalling when I change bar tape). I use it oriented vertically and still provides more than adequate field of view.

Drawbacks - it is a big mirror although very light. Might be more wind resistance that some want. And there is curvature to the mirror (its not flat) so there is some distortion that makes distance judging tricky.

Reviewed 9/4/2020
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It helps to have a mirror which I didn't have before for a long time.
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by Ed
Cycling Enthusiast
SW Michigan

It's a decent mirror but I have a burning desire to cut the shaft in the middle and add a couple of shaft couplings and a piece of shaft to extend the length. I have it on drop-down bars and half the view is obscured by my arm. If a longer shaft can be supplied, I would buy another one from you.

Reviewed 9/7/2020
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Follow-up Comparison, Oberlauda vs Mirrcycle
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by Arcadian
Cycling Enthusiast
Midwest
5 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

I'm doing a 2nd review of this product because I was able to do a side-by-side comparison of the Ultralight and the Mirrcycle Bar End. This latter mirror is marketed for straight barsmountain bikes, but it works perfectly well on a drop bar. I was able to mount both mirrors on the same side of my road bike, the Ultralight being clamped about the middle of the bend in the drop bar, and the Mirrcycle plugging into the bar end. I adjusted both mirrors and rode far enough to compare the images. Both, in my opinion, are well constructed and well designed. Both are vibration-free. The advantage of the Ultralight is its wide parabolic view. While the parabolic feature means you can't see quite as far behind you the mirror gives a clear, wide, and steady picture of the road behind. The Mirrcycle does that, too, and may give a slightly longer view, but if I had to pick one for my road bike it would be the Ultralight. To be fair, there are some conditions the Mirrcycle probably does a better job and you won't go wrong buying either of them.

Reviewed 10/3/2019
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Super lite mirror
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle, WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I own four. One for every bike. Visibility is great. Very Little vibration due to secure mount. Durable, I have tipped the bike over and landed on mirror without suffering any damage.

Reviewed 5/16/2020
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works for me
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by Anonymous
Ct

attaches easy, good visibility, I mount it vertically, wide end up but you have options

Reviewed 6/19/2020
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Best Design
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by Arcadian
Cycling Enthusiast
Missouri

This is simply the best bike mirror I've found, and I've tried a lot of them. Field of view is excellent, the ball joints can be tightened, and it can be attached anywhere on a drop bar. The mirror mounts on a stalk which looks a little delicate but it doesn't vibrate in normal use and when it's mounted properly it puts the mirror far enough out so your arm doesn't obscure your view. A rating.

Reviewed 1/10/2020
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Best Mirror I've Found
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by Arcadian
Cycling Enthusiast
Missouri

I've tried a bunch of rear-view mirrors and most have at least one fatal flaw, usually vibration or inadequate view. This is the only mirror I've found that does a reasonably good job of avoiding both of those problems. It has screw-clamp adjustments (more secure than friction), and a wide field of view that includes almost none of my knee. Also, the mounting system is very well thought out. I was able to find a sweet spot to mount it on my drop bars-a challenge for many designs. My one concern is the relatively small-diameter stalk that attaches the mirror to the clamp-it is vulnerable to breakage and easily knocked out of adjustment. But I can't complain too much because the stalk is the reason the mirror has a good field of view, not blocked by the leg. And while the skinny stalk looks like it would let the mirror shake when driving over rough pavement, I haven't found this to be the case. Unless you're hammering over ruts on a dirt road, this mirror will be steady.

Reviewed 9/9/2019
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besst mirror I've found for drop bars
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by Chaos
Cycling Enthusiast
SW Ohio
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Hard to find a decent mirror for drop bars that works and doesn't look dorky. It has good optics, no distortion and is just convex enough to give nice coverage without making everything tiny. The are several mounting options, I put mine as high on the bar as possible under the brake. I like the vertical orientation. Cars and bikes behind me are easy to see and it does not interfere with my hand. I've dropped the bike hard on the mirror a couple of times and other than some scratching on the plastic it's been fine, the mirror back, mount and stem are pretty rugged. All in all, pretty happy with it.

Reviewed 7/19/2019
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This mirror is on all 4 of my road bikes
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by Willy
Cycling Enthusiast
Florida

I use this mirror on all my road bikes because it provides a great view of the road behind. It mounts easily even on drop bars, adjusts well, and provides a large clear image. It's also reasonably durable. Many of my fellow riders ordered one when they saw how well mine worked.

Reviewed 6/20/2019
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Probably the best mirror for a recumbent I have used.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Sandy Springs, GA
4 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I use it on my recumbent. I use one on the right and one for the left. The wide angle is extremely helpful on turns....

Reviewed 7/10/2017
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Best mirror
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by Stephen Mikesell
Madison, wisconsin
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I got tired of the cheap, too little mirrors that always needed adjusting or too easily broke. This one solves those problems. Has good visibility from different angles. Not quite perfect because it's mounted on the handle bar and thus there is a little bit of incovenience reaching around it on a road bike. But balanced out by always being in position and being able to be knocked around.

Reviewed 1/2/2017
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