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March 19, 2012 / admin

Rearview Monitor Mirror

Anyone working in a cubicle knows that there are few annoyances worse than facing a corner all day, with your back turned to everyone—leaving yourself exposed to shoulder-surfing bosses, sneak attacks by coworkers, or all sorts of insecurities.

There are several options, but none easier than a rear-view mirror. If the cost of such a mirror is any indication, cube dwellers are willing to pay almost anything to ease the discomfort of feeling like all eyes are on them. It doesn’t make sense why a mirror for your cubicle should cost upwards of $20, so we’re here with a solution that costs us less than $2 each mirror. We’ll show you how to make one, and if you’re too lazy to do it yourself, we’ll gladly do the work for you and sell you one for a measly $7.

What you’ll need:

  • Blind spot mirror (two-pack = $2.99 + tax)
  • Ruler (or paint-stirrer)
  • Adhesive Velcro®
  • Gaffer Tape (optional)

Step-by-step instructions are available upon request.

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