Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Shawn, Sep 5, 2013.
What's the best wiper blade you've found? Summer? Winter? All season?
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PIAA Super Silicone blades. Not cheap, about $20-22 a blade, but work amazing and are very long lasting. My first set of them lasted 3 years And my second set lasted 3 years as well.
I'll never run a Bosch blade again (Icon, or Excel). They didn't last and were crazy expensive. I'll also never run a Goodyear Assurance blade either. Currently running them 'cause I was cheap and it's a very noisy blade and the added wind resistance causes them to flutter at highway speeds when "off".
Wow the PIAA SILENCIO XTRM cost $99.00 a pair...valeo also markets a
SILENCIO XTRM. Wonder if they are the same?
Those Goodyear one piece silicone blades from Costco...12bucks lasts ok no squeak no streak
I like the Michelin from Walmart and other various places. They are basically just rubber blades with a place to attach them to the wiper arm. Since they have no metal on them they don't really stick to the windshield during winter and are probably the best blades I have ever used. They aren't that expensive either.
That's what started this. I saw the Michelins at WalMart and wondered if they are any good..
They hold up well. I don't recall ever having problems with them. They are like super squeeges lol.
A little late…
Rain-X or Trico (spelling) make single beam, silicone wipers.
My last set of Trico lasted three years and my new set wipe incredible.
I would say that if you purchase any single beam type wiper made from a silicone based material they should work better than any of the other type of wipers.
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