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3-Way Soft-Close Closet Mirror

Are you tired of straining your neck to get a glimpse of how your ensemble looks from behind? Get a complete 360-degree view with our patented 3-Way full-length closet mirror that makes space where none exists for a wardrobe mirror. Fastening to a side wall or a panel, our mirror uses only three inches of horizontal storage space, about the same as a stowed ironing board tucked away. When needed, pull out on full-extension, soft-close ball-bearing slides and then swivel ninety degrees to face you and unfold. When finished viewing, simply fold it up, pivot it back and give it a nudge to return it to its hiding place.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
  • Mirror has (3) adjustable panels that open up to 26" W
  • Full length - 48" H
  • Full body image when standing 24" from the mirror
  • Adjustable height to meet the viewer's needs
  • Fits any partition at least 14" deep and
  • 8" wide
  • Allow 5.75" for swiveling clearance
  • Pulls out smoothly and swivels 90 degrees
  • Can be installed behind cabinet doors
  • Universal, non-handed
  • Available in silver mist
  • Soft-close retracting mechanism requires only a gentle push
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Part # Width (min to max) Depth (min to max) Height (min to max) Material Color Finish
CMTWSL-1448-SM-1 33/16" 137/8" 471/4" Metal Silver Glossy

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CMTWSL-1448-SM-1N/A 14" 48"

VIDEOS

Sidelines Closet Mirrors: Premier & 3-Way

Sidelines 3-Way Closet Mirror

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Instruction Sheets

I-CMTWSL-0120.pdf

  • CMTWSL-1448-SM-1
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