Extension Arm Wall Mirrors
Accordion style mirrors by Aptations (formerly Kimball & Young)
Add the look of a bygone era with an accordion-style extending wall mirror. Polish the look of your bathroom with these beautiful mirrors, knowing you're getting a top quality product. The classic styling of the extension-style mirror coupled with Aptations quality composition create a mirror that will complement your home and enhance your décor. When you're looking for a decorative, eye-catching accessory for your bathroom, think Aptations (Kimball & Young).
Designer Non-Lighted Accordion Wall Mirror
This extension arm wall mirror by Aptations features:
- Versatile accordion/scissor style 18-3/4" extension allows for placement in a variety of settings - pull out to use and retract when you're done
- High quality glass with 5X magnification on one side and no magnification on the other
- Sturdy construction for a lifetime of use
- Generous 7" viewing diameter and tilt feature provide you with the perfect view every time
- Durable chrome finish complements almost any décor
- Frame Diameter: 7-3/4"
- Viewing Diameter: 7"
- Mounting Plate Dimensions: 8" x 1-3/4"
- Retracted Wall Space: 9"W x 15-1/4"H
- Extended Distance from Wall: 18-3/4"
- Retracted Distance from Wall: 1-1/2"
Deluxe Non-Lighted Accordion Wall Mirror
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "What can I expect when I receive my magnified mirror?"
A. Magnified mirrors are made using convex-shaped glass, which distorts and magnifies the image as needed depending on the strength of the magnification. For this reason, the mirror must be brought close to the user's face in order to obtain a focused reflection. Typically the user's face should be within a foot of the mirror. The more distance between the user and the mirror, the more the image will be distorted and indistinct. Likewise, the stronger the magnification of the mirror, more distortion will occur the farther away the user is from the mirror.
Q. "If the mirror needs to be close to the user, how should the mirror be installed?"
A. Since the mirror must be close to the user's face in order to obtain a focused reflection, this generally becomes a plane equal to the edge of the counter. In other words, you want the mirror to come to the edge of the counter, not short of it which would cause you to have to lean forward to get a focused reflection. If the mirror is installed in a way that requires the user to lean forward to focus repeatedly, this may lead to bad posture. If the mirror will be mounted on the wall behind the counter, a double extension arm is necessary to make the reach from the wall to the counter edge. If the mirror will be mounted on a side-wall, a single arm style is generally sufficient. Mount the mirror so that when it is in use, it will come out to the edge of the counter and when not in use it will swing back and store flat on the wall.
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