Motogadget m.view street, Mirror
Motogadget m.view street, Mirror
Motogadget m.view street, Mirror
Motogadget m.view street, Mirror
Motogadget m.view street, Mirror
Motogadget m.view street, Mirror
Motogadget m.view street, Mirror

Motogadget m.view street, Mirror

PRE-ORDER ONLY. DISPATCHES IN 3 TO 6 WEEKS.

Fits both 7/8" and 1" handlebars.

Sold individually.

motogadget now exclusively presents its glassless mirror series mo.view. The special feature of this motorcycle mirror is the patented mirror surface, which is worked directly into the metal of the body. The Aluminium itself is the mirror surface!
A weightless design without edge and frame is possible and the mirror body itself becomes very thin and light.
Shattered glass or fallen out glass are simply not possible!

The convex mirror surface is produced in flycutting by means of diamond tools on ultra-precision machines. It is then made resistant to oxidation, corrosion and scratches by a complex plasma coating process in a vacuum.

The mirror body, mirror arm and the clamping for the handlebar end are milled on CNC machines from solid aluminium and anodized to a high quality. All screws are made of stainless steel. The precise ball joint allows a comfortable and very stable adjustment of the mirror.

The handle bar end mirror mo.view street is small with a reduced design. It fits perfectly to our bar end indicators and the mo.grip as well as the push button controls mo.switch and mo.switch mini. It can be mounted above or below the handlebars. The mirror is suitable for the right and left side. It is mounted directly on the handle bar end or - if you cannot move your grips and controls - with the mo.view bar adapter.

 

Dimensions

Diameter of mirror body: 96mm
Thickness of the mirror body without ball head: 4.2mm
Lenght of the stem: 60mm
Inner diameter of the clamp: suits 7/8" and 1" handlebars
Clamping width: 10mm
Weight: 125 g

Package Contents

Bar end mirror mo.view street (with ECE mark) with stem, clamp and manual.



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