I like that the mirror spins 360° and the power switch is on the base, not the cord. The chrome is good and shiny and the mirror is good quality. The light isn't as bright as fluorescent, but who wants that harsh lighting? Some do, I guess. The interesting thing is the electrical system. The power adapter is a small box, 1.5" X2.5" X1". The small round cord attaches to the box through a USB port and attaches to the mirror with a female pin. The box has a blue LED light that has enough output to act as a night light. The box and cord are black. It will run on batteries, but I haven't tried that route yet.
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