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Several people have mentioned mirrors, but I will again! You can get a mirror on a telescoping rod for a few dollars at your favorite Hardware store. I use mine all the time.

Amazon.com: Empire Level 27186 Rectangular Telescoping Inspection Mirror: Home Improvement
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The mirrors ARE great. And never seem to come with a proper protective case. Without something (bubble wrap and cardboard at least) the mirror will be smashed within 90 days though.
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Gorilla tape. I said GO-rilla not GUR-illa.
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Gorilla tape. I said GO-rilla not GUR-illa.
LOL Good one!
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