ADDING FUNCTIONALITY AND SAFETY TO YOUR BIKE WITHOUT COMPROMISING LOOKS OR PERFORMANCE.
The CORKY Urban made by THE BEAM gives you the literal power of hindsight. Designed to dock perfectly to the end bars of your bike, giving you an instant flip-out 120 degree convex rearview mirror that lets you know what's behind you.
That’s whether you use a city bike, mountain bike, eBike, hybrid bicycle, cargo bike, scooter, or something else. And it’s easy to install in either of two included ways: in a fixed position or with the silicone mount. Born in France and created in South Korea, this rearview bike mirror offers 360-degree angle adjustment. That means you choose whatever you’d like to see—though behind you is always a good choice. Made of polycarbonate PC stainless glass, the convex handlebar mirror can handle the wear and tear of daily life.
It will actually let you see up to 100 meters behind you, which is much more than you can see when looking over your shoulder.
Perfect for commuters as well as those in training.
Conceptualized in France & manufactured in South Korea
Great mirror for my Brompton! It can be used with the rubber sleeve, or you can pop the sleeve off and use it cork-style. I prefer cork-style since it gives way better stability. The viewport for this mirror is surprisingly good, and folding my bike down is no issue as it’s sleek and stows away easily.
I absolutely love this mirror. I’ve been using the Mirrycle mirror up to this point, but it made my bars too wide. I love the ability to flip the mirror in and out when transporting my bike through hallways and doorways, it makes life by bike so much nicer!
Nice design, easy to adjust and works as advertised.
I was skeptical that these small mirrors would do the trick, but they have a surprisingly good field of view. My only complaint is that I wish the hinge was a bit tighter. Otherwise, it's an innovative solution to avoid the traditional awkward mirrors sticking out. Also, VERY easy to install, with two options.
Ordered 15 days ago, still hasn't arrived. They asked for a review, so at this point all I can say is that it's bad form to ask for a review when the customer doesn't even have the product. I'd be happy to change the review IF the product arrives.