Total View is an extra-wide mirror for your vehicle that will give you 180 degrees of visibility behind you as you drive, instead of only allowing you to see what's directly behind your car. This curved mirror, which is made of anti-glare glass, will attach quickly to the built-in mirror found within virtually any car, truck, van, or suv, and rest comfortably on top of it. Besides giving you a fuller view of obstacles behind you, the anti-glare glass will enhance the clarity of your vision during the day or night.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Total View is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Total View by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $23.98.
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How It Works
Since Total View is wider than regular vehicle mirrors, and is curved and panoramic, it'll let you see much more than a regular mirror will let you see—specifically, up to three lanes behind you. Therefore, you'll be able to notice and then avoid any obstacles much more quickly and effectively than you would otherwise. Plus, this mirror's anti-glare glass will block glare from the sun during the day and from powerful headlights or streetlights at night, thereby enhancing your ability to see clearly and avoid obstacles even more.
How to Use (Step by Step)
- Attach to Regular Mirror
By using the spring-loaded clips you'll find attached to your Total View, secure the device to your vehicle's existing mirror.
- Adjust as Usual
After you've attached your new mirror, simply adjust it to your height and eye line as you would a standard mirror so that you can see as much as possible behind you.
- Chrome Coated Glass
The glass used to make each of these mirrors is chrome coated, a durable, damage-resistant type of coating that will give your mirror a sleek, sophisticated look.
- Reduces Glare by Half
Once you've installed Total View, the amount of glare you'll get from the sun, headlights, streetlights or anything else that could be illuminated will be reduced by 50 percent. Hence, you'll likely feel more comfortable in the car at all times and will be less likely to make driving errors.
- Fits in Most Cars
This mirror will attach properly to the regular mirrors in most vehicles, including trucks, cars, vans, and SUVs, so if you have more than one, you may choose to quickly transfer it between them.
- Blind Spot Mirror Included
With each Total View mirror, you'll also get a special compact blind spot mirror that you can attach to the outer mirror on the driver's side of your vehicle. By using it, you'll be able to see anything that's entered your left blind spot without looking back. Like the panoramic rear view mirror, you'll also be able to transfer this between vehicles.
- Maneuvering Less Difficult
When you use Total View, you'll likely find changing lanes, merging, and backing up much simpler to do. Moreover, using this mirror when completing those tasks will make them much safer than they'd be if you were to just use a standard mirror. With the extended view you'll get from this panoramic mirror, you'll be less likely to run into something or accidentally block another driver's way.
- Can See Entire Backseat
With Total View installed, you'll be able to see your entire backseat from the driver's seat, which will come in handy when you want to keep an eye on kids or supplies that you're carrying.
- Not Made for Motorcycles
Although you may, by chance, be able to attach Total View to the rear view mirror of your motorcycle, it has not been designed for attachment to motorcycles.
Before driving away from your home, give your Total View a little jiggle to determine that it's securely attached to your vehicle's regular mirror. It would be unfortunate if the panoramic mirror were to become detached and fall into your lap while you were driving, making your drive less safe than it would be with just a regular mirror.