Old 07-07-19, 12:06 PM
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If you have problems adapting to a helmet mirror, try treating it like you do the mirrors in your car - just glance at it rather than consciously shifting your vision to it. After a while it become an automatic action that you don't even think about.

I have used a helmet mirror since the 80s. To me, placement is critical: I like it as far forward as possible and aimed back over my shoulder. This way I can see the whole road including curves by just slightly moving my head. I have an older round mirror, but I think I might try one of the newer rectangular units to see if it improved the field of view.
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