ToiletTree Fogless Shower Mirror Review & Giveaway CLOSED

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Look your best by taking care of your face in your shower. This patent pending mirror is guaranteed not to fog in the shower. Other fogless shower mirrors just don’t work. No more suction cups falling off the wall! Our removable, soft silicone adhesive secures the mirror to all shower surfaces and will not damage tiles or shower walls! The mirror conveniently detaches from the bracket so you can easily fill the reservoir before each use. An included self-stored squeegee removes any excess water from the front of your mirror. An adjustable frame makes the mirror accommodating for multiple users and angles. Dermatologists recommend performing daily skin care regimen in the shower as this promotes healthier looking skin. The combination of heat and moisture open the pores and creates n ideal environment for shaving, exfoliating, tweezing and cleaning.

Features include:

-Shatter proof high quality acrylic mirror adheres to virtually any wall surface with removable silicon adhesive.
-Easily adjustable bracket accommodates multiple users and angles.
-Built in shelf to store your razor, sponge or tweezers.
-Squeegee included to wipe away excess water drops.
-Designed not to rust, discolor or damage bathroom surfaces.
-Measures 6.5in x 8.5in x 1.5in and weighs less than 1 pound
– If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase we offer a 100% 30-day money back guarantee. That’s how confident we are that this will be the last fogless mirror you will ever have to buy.

A great gift for everyone in the family!

The Fogless Shower Mirror is available at Amazon.com for $29.95

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This post comes from my better half, Father Geek.  He used this product, so he wrote the review:)

As a man’s man, I am in need of a manly shave from time to time. I also shave my head. This means I have a lot of surface area to cover with my razor. Yes, hardly a comparison to the surface area of two legs, but I don’t shave my legs, as far as you know.

I am also a dad with three kids, a full-time career, and in constant need of “more time”. I have done all I can to trim my morning routine, streamlining all the actions necessary for me to wake up and get out the door on route to the corporate office at a reasonable hour. I cut corners where I can in hopes of making everything faster and easier. One step I took several years ago was shaving in the morning in the shower, both my face and cranial dome.

For a time, I did this blindly without aid of any reflective surface. You are, after all, inherently aware of your body and every inch of it. Except, you don’t really “see” the results of your shave until you get out and wipe the condensation off the bathroom mirror, revealing the botched job. I found myself spending time in the shower shaving and then spending more time out of the shower taking care of missed spots. This was, in my opinion, terribly ineffective. I was redoing work that I should be able to do once and be done with.

My wife and I looked into getting some shower mirrors. We first went cheap. Oh, so very, very cheap. If I recall correctly, I believe our first shower mirror was simply a thin mirror that advertised itself as “fogless”. And, indeed, it was for a short while. The problem with the mirror (other than being cheap) was the “fogless” property it boast of. Its foglessness was based of a thin coating of either an oil or silicon on the mirror’s surface that caused water to roll off. This does keep your mirror from fogging as condensation cannot collect. However, this thin layer does begin to come off because of age or if you whip your hand with soap against it. In about a week’s time, the “fogless” mirror was foggy.

My wife and I tried a few others but were never satisfied with the results the product promised in bold italic fonts on the packaging. Some even fell off the mounting, shattering in the process. As a result of never finding a fogless shower mirror that really did the job, my morning routine continued to required me to shave twice. Once in the shower and once out. What a horrible waste of time.

A few weeks ago, my wife was sent a fogless shower mirror from ToiletTree. She asked me to install it, use it for a week, and then write this review you are reading. Always happy to help my best friend, I eagerly accepted.

To be truthful, my initial thoughts regarding the fogless shower mirror from ToiletTree were less than optimistic. Again, fogless shower mirrors and I have a bitter history full of disappointment and regret. Kind of like a soap opera, only less interesting but with less plot holes.

ToiletTree did a fantastic job with the installation instructions and providing a rather smart design. There are two parts to the product. The first is the mounting assembly which includes a small shelf space at the bottom and an attached squeegee for the mirror. The second is the mirror itself.

The mirror mounting assembly has several grooves that are clearly labeled and meant to guide you in regards to where you should put the silicone adhesive that is provided. There are are also two double-sided tape squares that are provided that temporarily hold the mirror in place until the silicon has hardened. Very smart.

After 24 hours (recommended time to allow the silicon to harden), the mirror mounting assembly was very secure. I was now ready to use the mirror mounting assembly with the mirror. Here is where ToiletTree goes from being “very smart” to “brilliant”.

As I have already mentioned, my other fogless shower mirrors failed me because the thin layer of oil or silicon eventually wore off. ToiletTree has avoided this problem by simply employing a basic scientific principal that states that condensation will collect on a colder surface, such as the mirror. This means that all it takes to ensure that a mirror doesn’t fog up is to make it warmer than the air temperature, thus avoiding condensation. To this end, ToiletTree added a small reservoir to the back of the mirror. When in the shower, simply fill the reservoir up with warm shower water and your mirror will never fog up. Why? Because it immediately becomes warmer than the surrounding air! Brilliant!

The mirror slides into place on the mounting assembly and can be adjusted up or down based on your specific needs. The mounting assembly is very secure and if installed correctly, will never fall. Combine this with the small shelf for your razors and a small squeegee for cleaning the mirror of water droplets, and you have a very well thought out, cleverly designed, simply constructed, and very easy to use product that really does do what it says.

If you are in the market for a new fogless shower mirror, the Mama Report (and I) highly recommended ToiletTree’s. It does what it says intelligently, simply, and will be the last shower mirr0r you will ever need to buy.

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One lucky Mama Report reader will win their own ToiletTree Fogless Shower Mirror (retail value $29.95)

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One winner will be selected using Random.org on April 5th, 2011.  The winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be selected.  U.S. residents only.
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