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The Beam CORKY Urban Bike Mirror

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 or scooter, it provides an instant flip out convex rearview mirror that lets you know what's behind you.

Adds functionality and safety to your bike without compromising looks or performance.

CORKY - Urban offers 360 degrees of rotation so you can view everything around you. The range of view is an incredible 100 meters for cars behind you. Perfect for commuters as well as those in training.

  • Color: Black
  • Mirror Size diameter: 35mm
  • Weight: 26g
  • Mirror rear-view (100m for cars, 40m for bikes)
  • Component: Rearview mirror, with a silicone mount, six angles wrench x 2
  • Materials: ABS body, Polycarbonate (PC) glass, Steel Bolt

Conceptualized in France & manufactured in South Korea

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    WM
    07/01/2024
    William M.
    United States United States

    Tiny rear eye

    Works, is compact and out of the way. A little overpriced.

    RJ
    10/20/2021
    Roger J.
    United States United States

    Love it!

    Just the ticket; works very well!

    PL
    08/03/2021
    Peter L.
    United States United States

    Fantastic! Folded it fits through the front door

    It's perfect for my fat tire bike. Now I can see what I hear coming up in me. Plus, I can fold it to bring my bike in to the front door! Great product I totally recommend it.

    JJ
    07/07/2021
    Jim J.
    Australia Australia

    Bike mirror

    Great mirror folds away when not needed

    IM
    06/25/2021
    Isaac M.
    United States United States

    Durable Mirror

    Very happy with the Corky Mirror. I had a pretty rough tumble over the handlebars on my bike. The mirror popped out of its holder on impact. Handlebars were all out of place, but I was so happy that I was able to unscrew things and pop the mirror back in. I was a little worried it would be damaged, but it's a pretty tough resilient design that I find myself particularly happy with.