I have been using them for the last three years on each of my bikes.. my riding friends and I agree that we can never go back to stock mirrors.
Great product. Solid as a rock.
Can't believe I waited this long to buy them.
Great versatility, visibility, and durability.
The best adventure mirrors ever made are by Doubletake.
Mark Hoyer- Cycle World Magazine
I have more than 10000 miles on my Adventure Mirrors, and I think they are a great improvement over stock. Not only is breakage no longer a concern, the view is better and they never moved. They are really good!
I love the new Adventure Mirrors on my KTM 1290. The don’t move at all at speed and the surface area and shape give me a much better view of what is going on (and the riders that are behind me which is a regular occurrence on the 1290!).
I had one Double Take Mirror on my bike when a car crashed into me and did extensive damage to the bike. The mirror has some scratches on the back plastic but the mirror side is perfect. No need to buy a replacement. I love the design.
The stock mirror is worthless off road. I switched to a Double Take unit. It kills it off-road, and you can actually see traffic behind you on the pavement.
Tom Webb- Dirt Bike Magazine
Great field of view, and so little vibration I could keep track of the 3 - no 4 - bikes tailing me on the way home on the slab.
I have been using these for well over a year now, they continue to work great. Excellent product. Really nice not to have to worry about a mirror breaking off the clutch mount should you happen to topple over.
Ordered my second set today. Once you go doubletake you don't go back.
I have broken blinkers, body panels, bark busters, and even my Garmin GPS.....but the mirror takes a lickin' and keeps on tickin'.
The Double Takes are the most vibration free mirrors I've had on my KLR out of 4 different sets.
Ease-of-adjustment is where the Doubletake Mirror system shines. The top and bottom socket design allows you to quickly put the mirror just where you want it and with a few twists of the hand tensioner, it's firmly set into position.