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NICE INDUSTRIES INC 1160
Improve your rear vision while towing with a rugged, easily adjustable Eagle Rear-View Mirror by Wheelmasters.
Clear, long-range Mirror mounts securely on door or fender of tow vehicle in seconds and can be adjusted from the driver's seat. Support arms adjust to needed length for proper mirror placement. Just attach Mirror to top of door, secure door hook at end of nylon strap, then tighten the hand ratchet to lock Mirror bracket in place.

  • No tools necessary.
  • Thick neoprene rubber padding prevents scratches.
  • Fits virtually any make or model tow vehicle.
  • Optional Convex Mirror (sold seperately) helps eliminate blind spots for increased safety.
  • Black mirror housing is 7 3/4" H x 7 3/4" W x 1 1/2" D.
  • Bracket extends up to 19" from door.
  • Mirrors sold individually.



  • Technical Specs


    Tech Specs

    Weight: 5.4 lbs.

    Dimensions: Black mirror housing is 7 3/4" H x 7 3/4" W x 1 1/2" D.
    9 1/2"L x 6 3/4"W x 2 1/2"D stainless steel mirror heads

    Warranty: Mfr. one year limited warranty.

    Manufacturer: Nice Industries Inc

    Mfg Part #: 6600



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    Eagle Vision Portable Rear-View Mirror: Customer Reviews

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    Reviewed by 36 customers

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    Great Design


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    August 07, 2014
    These mirrors have been in production for at least 15 years. Our first set lasted that long. After that many years, they began to not want to stay tight on the doors. We liked them so much we got a new set. Improvements have been made to the design and hardware used and we expect these mirrors to last even longer than 15 years.
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    Good Product


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    March 24, 2014
    Purchased a set of these February 2014. Overall great buy but improvements to the tension adjustment gear is made of a soft aluminum. As you tighten you will see small flakes of aluminum falling off the gear. Not sure how long it will last so when you remove them after first installation only loosen them enough to get them off thus keeping the tightening to a minimum on further installs. Minimal vibration at highway speeds.
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    Rear view mirrors


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    November 20, 2013
    We have a Chevy Traverse that we use to tow our 20ft Coleman. We purchased and tried several add on mirrors with no success until we found the Eagle vision mirrors at Camping World. We purchased them online without physically seeing the products. They arrived quickly and were easy to install. At first we were apprehensive about the installation but found out that it quickly became routine to take them off and place them back on the car again before we began our journey. I thank everyone who provided helpful reviews prior to our purchase because it helped us resolve any issues with these items. We found that making sure the tape was damp before being tightened made it stay tight (this was one of many tips). We drove over 4000 miles this summer without any downtime. They are great, we thoroughly recommend them. They provide a wonderful rear view of our rig and make towing a breeze.
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    Eagle Vision Portable Rear-view Mirror


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    April 03, 2013
    Excellent answer to a visibility problem. I tow a TrailManor with a Ford Ranger pick-up, though the TrailManor has a low rear view profile when being towed, a large blind spot creates an uneasy travel situation. The Eagle Vision mirrors mounted on both sides and fully extended add a huge increased safety factor.
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    Best Mirror I've tried yet


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    February 15, 2013
    I've tried many of the one's that hook onto your side view mirror's and none of them really worked very well. These mirrors strap onto the door and they stay put. They don't vibrate and offer a real good view around the trailer. The only issue is when the strap gets wet it stretches so you have to give a crank on the tightener or the bottom hook will come off the bottom of the door.
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    Great mirrors


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    October 18, 2011
    The mirrors were easy to install and adjusted for best viewing pulling a travel trailer behind my Ford Ranger pickup. At first the straps vibrated at higher speeds, but a slight adjustment to the straps fixed the problem. The glass part of the mirror has a slight vibration when in motion but not enough to be a major interference.
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    Excellent Mirrors


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    October 15, 2011
    At first I had a set of mirrors that slid over my existing mirrors. I was not very satisfied with them. I purchased the mirrors and am extremely satisfied with them.
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    Works as intended


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    July 22, 2011
    I purchased this product in June & have used it on one 450 mile trip & one 200 mile trip. I read the reviews on it before I purchased it & figured I'd give it a shot... I'm pleased with them...the mirrors vibrate slightly while at highway speed, but not enough to cause concern...it's only a minor annoyance. Once installed the first time with a little effort to get the mirrors in perfect viewing position, the mirrors require no adjustment on subsequent installations. I read reviews complaining about wind noise from the straps, but I've had absolutely none from mine. I'd say this product provides a good value for the money...I'd purchase them again if I had to. Happy RVing!!
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    Problems with Mirror


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    March 21, 2011
    I 've had this Mirror about 3 years first 2 worked fine. Can't use it now because of the strap is wore threw where it goes in the slot and down the door. Also the ratchet needs to be stronger. Would like to replace strap, but can't find anyone who will replace it.
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    Well worth the money!


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    January 05, 2011
    I was using the slip-over style mirrors with my '96 RAM & 5er, however they really weren't wide enough. These have fixed that problem for a reasonable price. Some wiggle but not too bad. Easy on & off and hasn't scratched the paint. You do have to keep your window rolled up most of the way while you are in motion. Watch for sharp edges on the metal.
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    Works Great With Minor Mods


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    December 27, 2010
    These mirrors work great when installed properly but do need some help to stop the noise of the vibrating straps at speed. I use two small pieces of sponge under each strap (one of the top and one about midway) and this seems to take away the tendency of the straps to vibrate. The initial adjustment of the mirrors can take some time but once adjusted, it is an easy on and off procedure. One comment about using the sponges. When we went through a heavy rain, they got wet and dropped off the car so plan to carry extras or enclose them in something waterproof. Mirrors themselves work great with a minimum of vibration. I was concerned at first about the metal clip against the window glass but this has not had any adverse effect. In summary, I do recommend these if you have a vehicle like mine (Chrysler Aspen) that has no aftermarket mirrors for towing.
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    Great Buy


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    August 16, 2010
    I own a 2006 GMC Yukon Denali and could find no slip-on mirrors that would fit. While camping I saw these on a Chevy Tahoe and they looked great. The owner said he loved them so when I got home I ordered them right away. Very easy to put on, just be careful of your window, best to leave in the up position as can possilby scrape glass. You do get a little vibration, but still can see what is behind you clearly. I have not noticed any vibration with straps as of yet. I am very excited about them and for the cost are great mirrors. Also just a quick note for Camping World. When I ordered the first time, I only ordered one (brain freeze on my part). I called and Camping World sent me the second with no shipping. That is great customer service.
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    try this


    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    July 07, 2010
    I have a tip that might solve the vibration problem. It's an old truck driving trick when strapping down a load to a flat bed trailer, if you can put a twist in the strap that will cut down on the vibration because it makes the wind flow more evenly across the strap. Try it you, will be surprised.
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    Eagle Vision Mirrors


    3 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
    September 04, 2009
    I bought these mirrors and they took forever to get them, I almost canceled my order, but I'm glad I didn't. They are easy to install, require no tools, they give you a large view, with minimal vibration. I have not experienced the noise that some have. I love these mirrors. I do see a potential problem down the road from the locking mechanism probably wearing out over time. Every time you tighten them you will see the little metal flakes from it. Other than that I absolutely love these. For all the money I Spent on other mirror extenders and so forth these are by far the best value, and most functional, I have ever come across.
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    Worth the Money


    3 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
    July 14, 2009
    I purchased a set of these mirrors from Camping World in 2002. I’m very happy with the performance of the mirrors over the other types of towing mirrors I’d bought and used. I wish I’d have bought these in the first place. I could actually see the traffic behind me, the other mirrors I’d used vibrated so badly they were pretty much useless. The only thing to watch is the strap ratchet as the teeth will wear and slip causing the strap to loosen. The replacement ratchets can be purchased from Wheelmasters. The last time I inquired about them the cost was minimal and they mailed them right out.
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    Eagle Vision Portable Rear-View Mirror


    5 out of 8 people found this review helpful.
    June 12, 2009
    After trying several add on mirrors on my pickup with not very good results I found these and decided to give them a try. They are easy to install, stay where you put them and have very little movement driving down the highway. The mirror is large enough that it gives you good vision and works great. They must be a good seller because my dealer had to order them in from another Camping World store as he was sold out. At the time the warehouse was out also so could not order them on the internet. This Item Is Worth The Money.
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    An add-on mirror that works


    16 out of 30 people found this review helpful.
    January 12, 2009
    I have a 2006 Dodge Durango and needed towing mirrors for use with my travel trailer. I probably went through 6 different add-on towing mirrors which none of them worked, they either came off immediately or vibrated off within a few miles. The other choice was to purchase 500.00 dollar plus mirrors which was out of the question. I came upon Eagle vision mirrors and they appeared to have the ability to stay on my vehicle, and they have, I have used them for over one year. They are extremely easy to install and adjust and remove. The only complaint I would have with this mirror set is that when attached, the webbing is stretched very tight (which is normal) but at about 50-55 it starts to whistle caused by the sharp tight edge of the webbing, the cure to this annoying noise was to wrap a couple of turns around the webbing with a piece of felt ,taped or stapled together thus breaking the sharp edge. These mirrors have minimal vibration and give a clear view of your trailer and traffic. In fact I even bought a spare set.
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    Great addition


    39 out of 66 people found this review helpful.
    June 11, 2008
    These mirrors worked extremely well. Nothing else we tried has worked short of changing out the mirrors on our GMC Yukon. The mirrors stayed in place and are easy to remove and put back on. Perfect solution to the problem. At higher speeds the mirrors do vibrate but they are certainly better than not having extended mirrors to see around our 27 ft camper.
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    Adjustment problems...


    32 out of 62 people found this review helpful.
    June 11, 2008
    These mirrors are very hard to adjust and keep adjusted.
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    Worth The Money


    55 out of 95 people found this review helpful.
    April 28, 2008
    Just finished my first trip pulling a tent camper with a Jeep Cherokee. Worked great as they are strong and well made. There is some vibration in the mirror itself but not to bad. The images seemed closer then they really are, but one gets used to that. It is true about the straps loosening when they get wet. I learned a good trick by installing them, then wet them down and as they start to dry retighten while still damp and they dry rock solid with no further adjustments needed.
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    Mirrors that fit my vehicle


    60 out of 93 people found this review helpful.
    March 29, 2008
    My 2006 Dodge Durango has Electric sport mirrors and nothing, I repeat nothing, slides on these mirrors without coming off very soon down the road. My choices were going to the dealer and for about 500.00 bucks they would remove my mirrors and attach some other mirror set up. That means I just spent about 1000.00 dollars between my 500.00 dollar stock mirrors and the add -ons. Then I saw these eagle visions and they were to good to be true and with camping worlds guarantee of satisfaction, I took a chance. They are the best thing for ease of installation and removal and if you drop your trailer in a park and do some sight seeing they have an adjustment to slide them in so they don't stick out so far, so I don't remove them until I get home, They are vibration free and don't blow around in the wind stream. The only problem I have encountered is that about 55 mph they sing. and where the problem lies is the strap that goes up the door is very taunt and has a slim edge, It's like blowing across a piece of waxed paper you did as a kid, so the fix, (at least it worked well for me), was to wrap a piece of felt around the strap before installing the mirrors...end of problem. I give them a big 5
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    Best I have seen or used


    91 out of 131 people found this review helpful.
    March 15, 2008
    I have used this mirror on a couple of long trips (4800 miles) and I consider it a great mirror. It does not have any vibration in it unless of course you have a very rough road. The strap will stretch when it gets wet and will slap the side of your vehicle and I would suggest stopping as quickly as possible to tighten it or it might come off from the wind. It mounts quickly and removes the same way. I have an eight foot wide travel trailer and I can see around it with no problems and the mirror is true and not one of those things are closer than they appear mirrors which come in handy when passing in traffic and you wish to get back in the right lane. I am so impressed with this mirror that I just bought another one for the drivers door and I will find other uses for the clip on I have there now. I highly recommend it and it beats the slip on I have ten to one.
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    05 Suburban towing a 32' Dutchman


    378 out of 615 people found this review helpful.
    July 03, 2007
    I searched and searched before making a purchase and these mirrors looked like the best buy out there. I wasn't wrong. They are solid construction and a breeze to use. I've used them four times in the past several weeks, traveling easily 1000+ miles, and I've yet had a need to adjust them after mounting them back on my burb. The straps do need to be tightened when they get wet but my son and I were able to do that while on the go. My wife thought I spent too much money but when I showed her how well built they are and how easy to install she said, Way to go honey! Thanks to everyone who submitted a review. Your comments helped me make the right choice.
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    Great Mirrors, Superb Vision !!


    373 out of 765 people found this review helpful.
    March 13, 2007
    I purchased a pair of these mirrors for my '05 Silverado P/U which pulls a 32' Sunnybrook 5'er.....you get excellent vision, easy on/off mounting.....they do stretch a bit when wet but it only takes a minute to tighten.....A great buy, from a great store!!!! Wally Evers
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    Well worth the price!!


    386 out of 762 people found this review helpful.
    March 03, 2007
    Just got back from a 5,000 mile cross country trip and bought these to replace my unsatisfactory velcro clip on mirrors. The only problem I had was the first time it rained....the straps DO stretch when they're wet and one fell off just before I could find a safe place to stop and adjust them. I walked back to find the mirror, expecting it to be unusable, but was pleasantly surprised to find that the glass wasn't even broken! Re-installed it and no further problems for the remainder of the trip. I do recommend removing them when you're stopped....they can be distracting with no trailer behind you. Once they've been adjusted, they re-attach in minutes. Well worth the price!!!
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    Good mirror for my Expedition


    380 out of 742 people found this review helpful.
    November 06, 2006
    I had hoped to find a set of custom slip-on mirrors for my 05 Expedition, but none were available so after much research I came across these and they work great. Installing them does compress the molding on my doors, but so far the molding has returned to original shape. The mirrors do require some readjusting, even after only a 200 miles, but they never were far enough out of adjustment to be anything more than a nuisance.
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    Solved my problem !!


    249 out of 519 people found this review helpful.
    August 28, 2006
    Based on reviews left by other buyers I purchased a pair . These mirrors took care of my needs and then some, a solid product, easy to install. If you need them buy them with confidence Frank Roseville, VA
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    Best out there


    243 out of 462 people found this review helpful.
    August 15, 2006
    This mirror is worth the money especially on the passenger side of the truck when you are passing another vehicle. Don't bother with the other cheapos because they are just that, cheap. You pay a little more for this one but it is well worth it. There is very little vibration and the mirror stays in place even after 3000 plus miles. It is easy to put on and take off and it does not get in the way of your factory mirror. Once put on for the first time it does not need to be adjusted again if you want to take it off when driving around the area you are visiting. if you run through a rain storm you might have to tighten it up after the straps get wet because they do stretch a bit but that is easily done. I do suggest taking it off because it does stick out quite a ways but that is why you can see so well with it. I highly recommend it.
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    great


    388 out of 610 people found this review helpful.
    August 12, 2006
    Bought a pair to tow our trailer,great visibilty for passing or backing up,easy to mount or remove & priced very reasonable also,helped us out greatly.
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    Vision like an EAGLE


    253 out of 414 people found this review helpful.
    June 18, 2006
    These mirrors are excellent.Well worth the money.They fit well.Attachment becomes easier with practice.Nearly infinite adjustment.If you're serious about knowing where your trailer is,these mirrors are the best choice.
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    A winner


    182 out of 354 people found this review helpful.
    June 14, 2006
    Even though pricier than other available mirrors, I wasn't impressed by what I read about the competition, so I bought a pair of the Eagle Visions. I am glad I did. They are easily mounted, tight, stay adjusted, and are relatively vibration free. They could be wider to give more panorama, but they're probably better at that than the competitors. I recommend them without reservation.
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    A Very Functional Solution


    236 out of 426 people found this review helpful.
    May 30, 2006
    I purchased 2 of these mirrors for a 2000 mile trip -- driving a Mercury Mountaineer & towing a 6X12 U-Haul trailer. When shopping for some extended mirrors, I rejected the more inexpensive velcro clip-ons, and opted for these instead. I was not sorry! These mirrors are easy to install, have several adjustments, and provide an excellent expansion to your field of vision. I left my vehicle mirrors as they were (to show blind spots) and used the Eagle Vision mirrors to see outside that range and directly behind the trailer. I did not have any trouble seeing everything that was going on behind me, even when someone would snug up right behind the trailer, ordinarily invisible to the driver. Because of the fulcrum distance from the vehicle door to where the mirror is located (especially if you extend it somewhat) there is a bit of bouncing as you travel. In spite of that, however, you can still see what you need to see behind you. Also, I would recommend periodic checking of all the adjustments, as they will work loose over time. All in all, this is an extremely functional product and well worth the expense. Upon arrival, they went back into the boxes for a future use.
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    Extended Tow Mirror


    172 out of 319 people found this review helpful.
    May 20, 2006
    Does give a good view of things, but on my pickup it has to go over a molding on the door. And after a couple hours of being attached, it flattens the molding. After I took it off, I found out the molding does return to normal shape. However, if I were to go cross country with this mirror on all day, I would certainly take it off at night in hopes of the molding returning to normal every day.
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    We bought them...used them


    193 out of 299 people found this review helpful.
    October 21, 2005
    I purchased a pair of these....they were just great for the money involved...in fact I couldn't expect any more from rear view mirrors...they were easy to install....and gave great rear views..I would purchase another set if needed and recommend them to all..
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    Nice but could be better


    119 out of 173 people found this review helpful.
    May 18, 2005
    I tried these mirrors and was pleased with how I could see behind the camper(26ft tt) but there was too much vibration and the top part that hooks into the window would rub when putting the window up and down. I bent them in a little and still rubbed, but if you want to see behind your camper these are great.
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    Possible fixes to this mirror...


    60 out of 60 people found this review helpful.
    July 18, 2003
    I purchased this mirror after reading several of the reviews above, so I took a few precautions and did some experiments before putting it to use. First, throw away the "finger tightening bolt" on the diagonal support beam (or take the top off of it). You can't tighten it enough. Use a 1/2" or 3/4" bolt instead, which is much easier to tighten sufficiently, although you will need to use a wrench. This will still leave you with some shaking at highway speeds. However, if you put a second bolt on the diagonal arm, so that you have one at the top of the slider and one at the bottom, you can virtually eliminate the shaking. For additional stability, snug the Eagle mirror firmly against your existing OEM mirror, which will help hold it in place. Bottom line: if you are aware of the issues with this mirror, and take precautions, it fulfills its intended function as a portable, non-permanent mirror.
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