Ski Image® X1000 Ski Mirror
Sale starting at:
Clearance starting at:
- Adapts to the majority of boats manufactured
- Can be adapted to the passenger side console
For years now, there've been only two basic styles of rearview ski mirrors: the type that attach to the metal-framed windshields of runabouts, and the kind that attach to full span dashboards. But neither of these styles adapt to the majority of boats manufactured -- Ski Image mirrors do! Ski Image's Model X1000 is designed to attach to the upper edge of any configuration of plastic windshield (or wind deflector) common to most bass boats, pontoon boats, deck boats, and some fishing and ski boats. The X1000 is reversible and may be attached to the operator's windshield or can turned around to attach to the passenger's windshield -- whichever affords the operator the best rear vision.
Manufacturer model #: X1000.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by PaPaSam Good Purchase
Easy to install, great mirror for pulling tuber, large view in rear
August 31, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ldunton Not a good product
I purchased a ski mirror on line as a Father's Day gift for my husband. The first time we used it, after installing it properly, it popped off of the boat when we hit a normal size wave and sunk to the bottom of the lake!
It also wasn't very clear to see the skier. I would return it for a refund if we had the mirror, but since it didn't float that is impossible.
June 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by tx58 works as advertised
The mirror works as advertised. It was easy to install the main bracket to the boat and connect the mirror to the riser. It is quickly installed and removed from the bracket when on the boat. We have used the mirror for about a month now and even in rough water (for a lake) have had no problem with either the mirror moving or the riser loosening in the main bracket.
July 13, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Randall Don't waste your money!
I just received this mirror, and did not even put it on my boat. The mirror attaches to the extension rod with an allen screw threaded into plastic.It is supposed to fit into a drilled hole, in the rod on the back of the mirror, but the holes do not line up. This makes the mirror impossible to tighten. It would fall off and break, BEFORE I get it to the lake. Don't waste your money. it deserves no stars, but that is not an option.
August 2, 2008
Need Help? 7 days a week: 7am to 10pm CT or call 1.800.227.7776 anytime