Toilettree touts the fact that their mirror will be fogless for lifetime and that it will never fall from the shower walls. Yeah, except they don’t tell you that you have to affix the mirror with silicone glue. Yikes, no way am I doing that!
And I guess the designers and engineers at Toilettree have never cleaned the inside of a shower; if they had, they would realize that putting things on shower walls that can’t be removed in a few seconds is a no-no.
And that never fogs up part? Yeah, if every time you take a shower you remove the mirror from its brackets and fill the darn thing with hot water before using it. Like, who’s going to do that? What a pain.
I make no claim to being an inventor but what’s wrong with suction cups? Gee, did Toilettree not use this product before signing off on final design?
As for the actual mirror, I hand held it while shower shaving and the mirror is pretty good; its sized just right and affords a wide angle view, so kudos for designing a good mirror, but a big thumbs down on the total product for being too clumsy to use, having to fill it with hot water, and for not being quick and easy to attach to and release from shower walls.
Review by Larry G.
Disclosure: I was provided with product for this review. All views and opinions with regard to the products or the company are my own and were not influenced by the company.