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Old 04-27-2010, 02:09 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by DougZ73
If it is indeed $25 for the mirror, then expect another customer. Its a good concept.
As Region Riley explained, the mirror includes the reflector by default.

The goal of making the glass piece available separately is to do consumers a favor, by making the reflector available in the event it got broken somehow. The arm is guaranteed forever, but if you whack it hard enough, I'm sure it is possible to break the glass (although I haven't done so yet). Making the glass available separately would avoid you having to buy another $25 mirror in that event, when all you needed was the glass insert.

Sorry for the confusion!
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