The RiderScan parabolic mirror is a unique safety product offering a 180 degree horizontal view and eliminating blind spots.
This product is the GENUINE, ORIGINAL Riderscan...not a copy.
The mirror is centrally mounted on the windscreen or handlebars (handlebar mounting kit not included) allowing the rider to monitor both blind spots simultaneously without having to take their eyes off the road in front.
The kit weighs only 140g and is made from thermoplastic with a sharp highly-chromed surface.
The mirror has four curves in the design.
To help the rider determine the relative position of objects in the mirror there are location radii (lines) moulded into the upper face.
While the RiderScan should be used as a safety aid in addition to standard “Lifesaver” riding checks, it has been approved by the DVLNI (Driver and Vehicle Licensing Northern Ireland) as being an effective substitute for “Lifesaver” shoulder checks for riders with limited physical neck movement when undertaking a driving licence test.
Video of the RiderScan in use
Reviews of the RiderScan
It can be installed on most windscreens using the standard mounting kit (included).
The standard windscreen mount is made from plastic and has adjustable arms to adapt to almost any curvature. The mount is fixed to the inner face of the windscreen with 3M adhesive pads.
The RiderScan parabolic mirror comes with a universal mounting kit for the inner side of the windscreen. The mounting kit has moveable arms to adapt to most curves and self-adhesive pads to stick to the inner face. Replacement adhesive arms are available here.
How to install
It’s advisable to install the RiderScan with the help of a second person.
RiderScan Installation Video
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by Christopher (España)
The idea behind this mirror is clever and at first glance does everything it should. The problem (here in Spain) is that there is almost constantly a bright glare from the sun shining into your eyes. The mounting system provided is very flexible, but (frankly) an aesthetic nightmare - so I will be making new mounts so it is not stuck onto the screen. It is what it is - but if you have limited neck mobility it could be a life saver.
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