Choosing a new bathroom mirror should be a simple case of choosing the size and shape you want, but unfortunately, it isn't. The choices can be overwhelming right now, so let us guide you through everything you need to know about LED bathroom mirrors to help you find the perfect mirror for your bathroom.
Humans are thought to be most likely to use a dark, still pool as their first "mirror," though that's what they need to see, but can only imagine. The earliest mirrors made were made of polished stone as early as 6000 BC, and it took about 2000 years to make the first metal mirrors. Over the next six thousand years, little progress was made; glass became the dominant material, with a thin layer of metal providing the luster; mirrors became smoother and more reflective, and experiments were conducted with concave and convex mirrors, but It wasn't until about 5 years ago that mirrors really started to change.
LEDs are also the most energy-efficient way to light up mirrors, saving on energy bills and contributing to the environment. They also have a much longer lifespan. The average lifespan of an LED is about 50,000 hours, which is about 42 times longer than a traditional incandescent light bulb. Without thinking too much about kilowatts and electrical terms, the average LED will cost about 1/6 the cost of a traditional light bulb over its 50,000-hour lifespan, so maybe it's not just in your mirror where you should be looking for a replacement bulb.
We start with a "standard" LED bathroom mirror. Thanks to the flexibility offered by LED lighting, you are not limited to a range of square and rectangular mirrors. LEDs are much smaller than other light bulbs, so manufacturers can place them almost anywhere they want. This gave them more freedom to design the actual mirror itself.