M.View Classic Mirror

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Motogadget now exclusively presents its glassless mirror series m.view. The special feature of this motorcycle mirror is the patented mirror surface, which is machined directly into the metal body. The Aluminium itself is the mirror surface!  A weightless design without edge and frame is possible and the mirror body itself becomes very thin and light.  Shattered glass or fallen out glass are simply not possible!

An elaborate fly-cutting process, using diamond cutting tools on ultraprecision CNC machines, machines the convex mirror surface directly out of solid alumimum. To protect the surface motogadget applies, in a vacuum, a special plasma coating which makes it absolutely resistant to scratches, corrosion and oxidation.

The mirror and mirror arms are CNC machined from billet aluminium. Deep black anodizing gves them a distinguished appearance. All components such as bolts and ball-joints are made of stainless steel. This makes for precise and stable adjustment of the mirrors.


M.View Classic

The stem mirror m.view classic is designed to fit a variety of motorcycles . It can be mounted to all threaded holes with M10 sizes. Supplied are 1x M10x1.5 bolt and 1x M10x1.25 LH and 1x M10x1.25 RH bolts with each mirror. The mirror is the same for either right side or left side.



Diameter of mirror body: 96 mm
Thickness of the mirror body without ball-joint: 4.2 mm
Length of the stem: 150 mm

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  • 5
    Incredible piece of engineering from motogadget - as usual

    Posted by Casey on Oct 13th 2020

    Pictures truly don't do these mirrors justice. They are incredible. The fit and finish are next level and the fact that the mirror is glassless is amazing. There's a video out there about how motogadget makes them and it's worth a watch. Just a really cool, well built and great looking mirror. It's clear they were built to last. They're not cheap but IMO 100% worth every penny.