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CIPA Concept II Rearview Boat Mirror - Convex Glass - Windshield Mount - 8" x 4" - Black

CIPA Concept II Rearview Boat Mirror - Convex Glass - Windshield Mount - 8" x 4" - Black

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Make each boat outing safer with this rearview mirror. The adjustable, convex mirror helps reduce blind spots and lets you keep an eye on your surroundings. Clamps to windshield frames from 1/2" to 7/8" wide or can be permanently mounted. 1-800-940-8924 to order CIPA boat mirrors part number CM11070 or order online at Free expert support on all CIPA products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for CIPA Concept II Rearview Boat Mirror - Convex Glass - Windshield Mount - 8" x 4" - Black. Boat Mirrors reviews from real customers.
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CIPA Boat Mirrors - CM11070

  • Boat Mirrors
  • Clamp-On
  • Convex Mirror
  • Black
  • 8L x 4W Inch
  • CIPA

Make each boat outing safer with this rearview mirror. The adjustable, convex mirror helps reduce blind spots and lets you keep an eye on your surroundings. Clamps to windshield frames from 1/2" to 7/8" wide or can be permanently mounted.


  • Rearview boat mirror helps to reduce blind spots for safe navigation on the water
  • Convex mirror face provides wide-angle views
  • Fully adjustable design lets you position the mirror for optimal visibility
  • Impact-resistant ABS plastic housing with black finish is durable and rust resistant
  • Quick and easy installation above or below your boat's windshield
    • Clamps on with adjustable bracket
    • Can also be permanently mounted


  • Quantity: 1 boat mirror
  • Fits: 1/2" - 7/8" wide, rectangular or round windshield frames
  • Mirror face dimensions: 8" long x 4" wide
  • 1-Year limited warranty

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Video Transcript for Review of CIPA Boat Mirrors - Clamping Boat Mirror - CM11070

Ellen: Hey everyone, I'm Ellen here at, and we're going to be taking a look at the SEPA concept to rear-view boat mirror. So this allows you to actually see what's going on behind you while you're out enjoying the water. It's an easy to install mirror, and the nice thing about this is that there's no drilling required. It's just going to clamp around your windshield to hold it securely.So we have this nice heavy duty plastic construction. It's an impact resistant ABS plastic, and basically the difference between ABS plastic and plastic for just about everything else is that it is impact resistant, it's also abrasion resistant. So it has a more structurally sound composition than a lot of plastics that we're used to.

So it should be a good choice for this application. A lot of other mirror housings will use the same material. If you see any of your side-marker mirrors on your vehicle, it's typically made of ABS plastic.So it's a pretty common one, but something that's still going to be durable and easy to maintain. We don't have to worry about it cracking or fading in the sun and it holds really well. So basically the way that this is going to work is we have our little knob here so that you can loosen up the little jar clamp to go around your windshield.There's two other inserts, there's kind of a rubbery insert on the inside here.

And you can see there's a little bit more of a divot. So this can wrap around something that's around shape a bit better. It's a little bit bigger, and then we have these other inserts that are a bit smaller. So if you have a thinner windshield or something that needs a little bit more flat clamp to go around it, you have these, pretty easy to switch them out, just pull off the old ones. They're just kind of sandwiched in there and makes it fairly easy to remove, it might be easier to loosen up this clamp.You will need a 3/16 inch hex wrench or Allen wrench to loosen up the clamp, it does not come with it.

So you do have to provide that on your own. It's a fairly common size for just about any kind of hex wrench set that you have. So if you have one of those should be able to get that adjusted, to loosen that up.You can see how that will work. So there's our bolts on the inside, allows us to adjust those jaws. You can just pull out that insert once it's spaced out enough, that also allows you to get it positioned around your windshield frame.

The other adjustment for the arm that this sits on is controlled by this knob here. So no drilling required, just the one tool to make that adjustment.There we go, finally got that out of there. And then this guy just goes in its place. So you can kind of mix and match with these, you can have one of the flat ones on one side and that divot on the other. So it should match up a lot of different shapes and vice versa. So kind of have some options on what to play with there. Once you have the spacer that you want, tighten that down around the windshield and it should synch up.Now, when I measured this space with the widest spacer in there with just a few threads of that bolt in place, the widest that I got this to be was about an inch and a quarter. Now, again, that's just with the bolt holding on by a few threads. So it might not be the most secure thing, especially if you're traveling at high speeds on the water, but they recommend that you'd use this for something between 7'8, seven inches and a half inch. The space down here at most just barely gets down to a half an inch. So just to give you an idea of the range that this can fit, I would say it's a little bit wider than a half inch, probably more like 5'8 of an inch is the narrowest that this can go down to, realistically.As far as the mirror face, while we're talking about measurements, the actual glass is about seven and three quarter inches long by about four inches tall. The overall housing is about eight and a quarter by about four and a half inches. Again, that arm adjust by undoing this knob, and then that allows you to adjust their little teeth that help this grip into place. So whenever you get it to the spot you want it just to make sure that those teeth are lined up so that it seats nice and snugly.And you can also adjust the angle on that mirror here at this articulating arm. So not a full. it doesn't swing a full 45, but does give you some adjustment there. There's a set screw, so if it's a little too tight, you can loosen it up there if you need a little bit easier adjustment for that mirror. Does also allow you to rotate it somewhat so that you can go at a 45 or a kind of more horizontal orientation as well.The mirror face is a convex design. So it gives you a wider field of view. It does sort of distort the perspective though, so that's why it has a little warning there that objects might be closer than they appear. It's similar to the passenger side rear-view or a side mirror in your vehicle, it's going to have that convex design as well. All in all, if you could still make a nice addition to your boat to let you see what's going on behind you while you're cruising around, pretty easy to get installed, just the one Allen key to get this clamp in place. But once that's done, you can make all your adjustments here without any tools required.So I hope I've answered all your questions for this product. If not, we do have some other options here at So you can check those out as well. Thanks for watching and we'll see you next time..

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CIPA Concept II Rearview Boat Mirror - Convex Glass - Windshield Mount - 8" x 4" - Black - CM11070

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (13 Customer Reviews)

Make each boat outing safer with this rearview mirror. The adjustable, convex mirror helps reduce blind spots and lets you keep an eye on your surroundings. Clamps to windshield frames from 1/2" to 7/8" wide or can be permanently mounted.


I ordered the mirror to install on a tractor. I chose it based on the video review on etrailer and what size I thought would work. I haven't installed it yet, but it looks to be great quality and exactly as described.



I mounted the mirror to my tractor. It is working great and the price was fair.


For the price, this mirror is excellent! Mounts very securely with the included rubber inserts and there is no vibration. I have a center console with a bimini and I was able to attach it on the overhead bow allowing me to glance up and have a good view of the skier. Plastic seems sturdy, only wish it was a little wider, but that doesn’t detract from its usefulness.

Ordering and shipping from is always a great experience.


Did not attach tightly to my windshield , resulting in a vibration in the mirror when in rough water


Well made and easy to install. I am very happy with this mirror


This is the mirror I liked the best for our Alumaweld Stryker fish/ski boat!




Well made weather proof mirror for keeping track of activity in my vessels cockpit without constantly having to turn around. I installed it as a fixed mount to my center console hardtop. Very satisfied with the purchase at a fair price point.


Great video! It shows all of the pros and cons of each type of ski mirror! I am so grateful to etrailer for making these videos. The mfr has terrible information on their product and i definitely would have purchased the wrong mirror if not for this video.
You just stole all of my business from Amazon!


Good mirror, good bright reflection. Need to tighten up the bolts holding it together so it stays where you set it. Overall happy with it.


This is a great mirror. Easy to attach and remove. Makes boating so much safer. Esoecially when pulling a skier.


Exactly what we were expecting. Mounted fine and works great.



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