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There are many kinds of mirrors: bike mounted, helmet mounted, eyeglass mounted. Quality varies, and they all have their plusses and minuses. I summarized them in an article here:https://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/?o=tS&doc_id=5276&v=22Last list update was 2011... Could do for a refresh?
I encourage everyone to use a mirror. I personally think they are far more important than helmets (which get lots of press). Prevention! Use whatever kind you like best, just buy and use one.
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