For safety reasons, your bathroom mirror should be made from toughened (tempered) glass and have a rating of at least IP44. We also recommend choosing one resistant to humidity, as wood can warp and metal can rust over time.
We recommend choosing a mirror the same width as your vanity unit or one to two inches narrower.
There is no right or wrong mirror height. As a rough rule of thumb, you'll want to arrange the mirror's centre at your eye level. However, if several people use the bathroom, position it at everyone's average eye height, or consider choosing a long mirror.
A demister mirror features warm pads behind the glass to stop steam from condensing on its surface. This way, you can apply makeup, shave or brush your teeth without craning your neck or wiping the glass.
Bluetooth Bathroom mirrors feature speakers, so you can connect your phone and play music.
To pair your phone simply press the Bluetooth symbol on the mirror and access your phones Bluetooth option via your settings and select Mirror-BT. Your phone will now be paired to the speakers. To exit pairing, you can disconnect using your phone, or press the Bluetooth button on your mirror