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First, we look at the brackets for the head restraints and how they are fastened in place, so you will see that this Onco will mount most of the head restraints out there and if not, we would be very astonished.
When you have a sturdy pillow or not, as long as you have a pillow, you should be satisfied with the Onco-Spiegel. Last thing you want on rough streets is a little bit of a mirrow throwing when you're riding. Simply make sure you place it on the baby's and child's head restraint, so you can connect it to another reflector on your windshield or simply use your latest rearview reflector to see your baby in the background.
You can then get someone to place the reflector on its fulcrum so that it is in the right place, looking at and standing opposite your baby while sitting in its back carseat. Belts slip into a plate that fits and secures on your back front seat passengers head restraint.
There is a fulcrum on the panel with which you can bring the reflector into the right notch. When you have a large rearview mirror on your windshield, you may get away with seeing that baby rearview mirror in the background when it is sitting on your stern.
There is no zooming, so you will see his whole physique in the sight, which is great. It is possible to select whether you want to have a horizontal or vertical format of your baby, as this can be rotated 360 degrees on the tiltable sphere shown in the above image.
Great car mirrors, maybe the best for back-seat. It is very easy and you can see the full picture of your baby. Mirrors are good to look at, they are clear and you have a clear sight of your baby from top to butt.