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Suitable Range：This Convex Mirror is Suitable for Monitoring，It Can Be Used Both As a Traffic Mirror on Street Corners, Intersections or Parking Lots to Avoid the Falls, As Well As in the Supermarket, Store, Bank, Workshop Use.
Pc Mirror: High Refractive Index and Specific Gravity, Good Transmission, Not Easy to Deform, High Hardness, Will Not Pollution to the Environment.
Features: Security Mirror the Reflective Surface is Made of a Flexible Plastic That Returns to Its Original Safter Being Deformed.
Hat Design：Mirror Nized Hat is Designed to Effectively Cover the Rain and the Sun on a Sunny Day
Material：Convex Mirror Back the Use of Orange-Red Engineegrade New Material Abs Thick Color is Bright and Eye-Catching, with a Good Warning Effect.
Product Name: Wide-Angle Lens
Material: Pc Mirror Surface + Abs
Dimensions: 45Cm , 60Cm , 80Cm , 100Cm
Note: Check the Looseness Regularly after Installation, Tighten the Screws and Nuts (Gift Accessories)
Scope of Application: Parking Lots, Driveways, Warehouses, Supermarkets and Other Areas with High Security Risks.
There is Aive Film on the Surface of the Product. Please Theive Film after the Installation is Completed.
Safety: Doesn´T Matter If You Use It Indoor or Outdoor. Use It As a Garage Mirror, Parking Assistance in Parking Areas or As a Driveway Mirror to Watch the Street at Confusing Corners.
Removing Theive Film:
Using a Slightly Sharp Item (Like a Coin's Edge) Make a Tiny Opening in Theive Film on the Edge of the Mirror's Reflective Surface, While Beingful Not to Scratch It. Then, Pull Theive Film and the Opening Will Be Larger. Continue Pulling Theive Film Untill the Whole Reflective Surface of the Mirror is Revealed.
Fix the Left and Right L-Shaped Fittings to the Back of the Mirror with Bolts, and Make Sure That the Arc-Shaped Fixing Holes of the L-Shaped Fittings Face Downward.
Drill a Mounting Hole in the Appropriate Position of the Wall, Connect the Wall Fittings to the Wall with Expansion Screws, Adjust the Appropriate Position and Tighten.
Finally Connect the Levers to the Wall Fittings and the L-Shaped Fittings, and Adjust the Angle and Position to Tighten.
Please Note That Due to Manual Measurement, the Error Range is between 1 and 3 Cm.
This Package Contains Only This Product and Contains No Decorative Elements Involved in the Image.
7 ~ 21 Days of Arrival, 24 Hours of Manual Service.
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