Large mirror. Glass is acrylic/shatterproof and the mirror anchors securely to headrest using double straps. Purchase includes access to an ebook about baby nutrition.
Mirror may not fit on all headrests; potential buyers should check for car compatibility first.
Mirror glass is designed to be shatterproof. Straps anchor the convex mirror so that front seat caretaker has full-body view of child. Fast, easy installation. A low price for a quality item.
A few owners say they have to readjust their view more times than they would like.
Mirror is wide and clear. Straps that anchor mirror are easy to tighten. Price is affordable. Parents get peace of mind from a quality product.
Careful adjustments are needed to prevent sliding. Rare complaints of poor mechanical durability.
Mirror glass is shatterproof and highly maneuverable. Price is low. Some parents say they can see both a middle-seat passenger and a side passenger.
Some parents say the convex nature of the mirror distorts the image of the child too much.
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There's never a moment when seeing your new baby doesn't bring you joy. You don't want to miss a single precious moment. You also want to make sure she stays safe. A rear-facing baby seat doesn't allow for that eye-to-eye contact. In fact, not seeing each other can be stressful to both mother and baby. A backseat baby mirror lets you check on your baby while driving. A lightweight, adjustable, convex, shatter-proof mirror is what you want. It should attach securely and not be in a position where it obstructs the driver's view of the road or traffic. Backseat baby mirrors attach to cars in different ways, make sure the one you are considering is appropriate for your vehicle.