Mirror Mirror On The Wall

The new Aluminum Series Mirror by Sonia eliminates the need for a separate magnifying mirror. A magnet is placed on a pendulum behind the plate glass mirror. This magnet attracts the magnet, which is concealed into the mini Magnifying Mirror, allowing users to slide the small mirror anywhere on the large mirror. When not in use, it can be pulled off the surface and stored away.

Pardon my language but why the hell hasn’t someone come up with this already? I love it! I was actually just shopping for a magnifying mirror this weekend and they suck. The ones that swivel from the wall require bolts. The table top ones feel odd to use because you have to bend over to even see yourself. Brills Sonia, brills!
Designer: Sonia

Aluminum Series Mirror by Sonia





  • soho says:

    Two mirrors for only one installation ; that’s nice and practical in the s

  • “anywhere”? the pendulum would mean it is fixed in a arc of the pendulum would it not? A version you can do at home for yourself is buy a mirror, laminate to the back some sheet magnet stock (available at sign shops and craft shops) then glue a super magnet (radio shack, craft shops have them) to your magnifying mirror..presto, a better version.

    • Luke says:

      I think it would be prudent to put something between the two mirrors to improve grip while keeping them from clanking and abrading each other. Marine grade foam rubber, maybe?

  • Sonia says:

    “…laminate to the back some sheet magnet stock (available at sign shops and craft shops)…” the mirror will be too expensive.

    between the two mirrors there is a felt layer.

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