Onco Baby Rear View Car Mirror for Your Backseat, 100% Shatterproof, Essentials for Newborn - Drive Safe and Monitor Your Child - Winner of MadeForMums Awards
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Safety first: The wide car mirror is made from 100% shatterproof plastic. Once secured, the baby rear view mirror for car journeys stays in place and won’t wobble
Onco Baby Car Mirror 100% Shatterproof, Fully Adjustable
If you have a solid headrest or not, as long as you have a headrest, you should be fine with the Onco mirror. As you can see, it straps in in a number of different ways ensuring that it gets a solid fitting and won’t come off. The last thing you want on bumpy roads is for the mirror to be thrown at your child when driving along. Martin is an automotive enthusiast with a deep passion for all things cars. He has spent the last decade immersing himself in the industry, reading up on the latest models, attending car shows, and tinkering with his own vehicles. It can be difficult to resist the temptation to pull over at the sound of every stirring noise from your baby. As a parent, you want to know that everything is alright while being a safe driver on the road.With safety being our number one priority, we spoke to both a pediatrician and an injury prevention coordinator to find out the pros and cons of using a baby car mirror. The experts we spoke to were:
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The convex mirror gives you a decent viewing area, it also has the ability to rotate 360 degrees to be fully adjusted to your liking.A simple baby mirror that gets the job done better than some of the flimsier competition in our lineup Driving your newborn home from the hospital is the first test of parental anxiety. Some of that comes from the fact that when your baby is in a rear-facing car seat, it’s difficult to see them and assess what they’re doing or what might be upsetting them if they’re fussy. A baby mirror is functional accessory to the infant car seat in your baby registry. Finding the best baby car mirror may help ease some of your worries while you go out into the world with this brand new person. Baby car mirrors are not federally regulated, and as a result, while they may provide reassurance to nervous parents, they are essentially a product you use at your own risk. With that in mind, we scoured dozens of brands to seek out products that offered the most secure installation and were constructed of durable, crash-tested materials whenever possible.