CRG Blindsight Bar End Mirror
It does its job
Easy to install and gives a decent field of view. only shakes for me if I'm going 100+ and even then its a mild vibration.
October 29, 2014
It is a simple quality product. Very easy to install and it looks great.
October 15, 2014
Great quality mirror
It's small but works better than you'd think. I've put these on almost every bike I've owned.
July 23, 2014
Decent SMALL bar end
Installed two of these on my '06 FZ6. The left one went on fine. I had to take an exacto knife to the end of my grip to make room between my factory bar weights and the rubber grip hanging over the throttle tube. These don't turn outward quite as much as I would like, but they still let me see behind me. They give me an idea of what craziness is going to be up in my business if I slow down. I don't reallly know what's next-to/behind me unless I glance, but I'm never going to trust any mirror enough to not have a look around myself.
June 17, 2014
Great small little mirror
PROS: It is a great SMALL little mirror. Works great for its size. At first it took me a bit to get used to, other than that it works fine. No vibrations or so. I only ride once a week so I'm not sure how "commuting" is like on it. I would probably opt for the Hindsight or stock mirrors if you ride your bike daily. Or if you're used to head checking a lot - go for it.
CONS: Hard to see cars when you're splitting lanes at the stop light. When light turns green, it's hard to see if the car is being a D-bag and trying to race you. Solution - just take off and head check before picking a lane to ride in.
May 22, 2014
Gets it done - nice quality but a bit pricey
Unlike most guys, I don't mind the look of the stock antenna mirrors - I actually kind of like them. But in my case, I was never able to adjust them so I could see directly behind me without moving my arms and sliding over to one side. I picked up one of these guys and with it mounted on the right side bar end. It does exactly what I wanted, which is fill in that blindspot directly behind me.
Couple of things worth mentioning. First, on my bike (2012 R6) it didn't just bolt right on. I had access to a lathe and was able to turn down the bar end to a perfect fit, but if that's not the case you will need one of the adapters. Second, if didn't have the stock mirrors, I would get the next size up (Hindsight) for both sides.
April 30, 2014
Great universal mirror
I bought this mirror for my supermoto, and it works well. It takes two minutes to install. In the product description it said right mirror but i flipped it and put it on the left side of the bike and it works good, with no problems. Its a little expensive especially for the size but it has a great build quality.
November 4, 2013
Great little mirror
I was skeptical of this little guy, because I do value having a quick and easy way to get an idea of what's goin on behind me, and this guy is really small. But I also value aesthetics, and I really hate the way 99% of mirrors look on my monster.
This thing is really inconspicuous, and I get a MUCH better view of what's behind me than I've had with any of mirrors I've tried that mount on the bar instead of on the bar end. No more peeking under my arm or whatever just to check my mirror. No more vibrations either, it's really solid.
I do tend to use head checks quite a bit more than mirrors when I'm actually riding, as I feel more comfortable that way. I use the mirror as a supplement to that, and when sitting at lights to make sure no ones gonna tag me from behind. If you use your mirrors more than that, you may want to run something a bit larger, as this is quite convex and can make judging distance a bit challenging at a glance.
October 21, 2013