Most backlit bathroom mirrors produce plenty of light and allow you to wash your face, brush your teeth, shave or apply makeup with ease.
A bathroom mirror with motion sensor can be activated by waving your hand around 5cm away from the sensor to operate the mirror and turn the lights on and off (and other features where applicable). A motion sensor gives you contactless control to help keep your mirror clean and avoid fingerprints on the surface.
A touch sensor mirror features a highly-sensitive switch. Press once to activate and again to deactivate.
Always start by looking for your mirror's IP rating. Those with a rating of IP44 are safe for bathroom zones 2 to 3 and ensure protection from solid particles larger than 1mm and low-velocity water sprays from all directions. Our mirrors also include a safety film, so if it shatters, it’ll stay in one piece.