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Michelin High Performance Wiper Blades (Various sizes)

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Walmart.com has Michelin High Performance Wiper Blades (various sizes) on sale for $6.27 each. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits. Thanks jcs012

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These wiper blades offer streak free quiet wiping featuring the EZ-Lok connector system for fast, quick & secure installation, a heavy-duty steel frame for added strength & durability and compression molded rubber for smooth quiet wipes. Durability Tested to 750,000+ Wipes. -slickdewmaster

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Walmart.com [walmart.com] Michelin High Performance Wiper Blade (various sizes) $6.27 + Free Store Pick-Up or Free Shipping on orders $35+

Quantities may vary. Sizes 18", 19" & 22" have limited quantities available.
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I got these for my car a few years back and ended up replacing them after a few months. They were loud and streaked almost immediately. I would never recommend these.
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I know I'm gonna get flack but honestly these suck. I used to buy them from Costco. They'd last a mediocre season.
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They have a different model available at Costco: Michelin Guardian Hybrid $5.99 after $3 off.
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Thanks in for 3, how good are these and how long do they last
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I stocked up on a couple blades when the Sears near me had them on clearance for 1 buck each. This is a decent price for blades, but also consider the material. Silicone blades will last a lot longer than rubber ones, but they cost more as well. It is harder to find them in retail stores because the stores typically don't have as much return business on them. Just my 2 cents.
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Silicon wipers ftw
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Silicon wipers ftw
Truth.. PIAA still the go to for silicone wipers?
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I got these for my car a few years back and ended up replacing them after a few months. They were loud and streaked almost immediately. I would never recommend these.
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Silicon wipers ftw
What's a good place for silicone wipers? I heard they're suppose to last a lifetime or something.
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I second PIAA silicone, it was still good 5+ years in Northeast weather. Why waste your time and money on rubber wipers...
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$5.99 at Costco right now too. Bought a pair on Thursday.
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these last a few months.... not worth the hassle
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$5.99 at Costco right now too. Bought a pair on Thursday.
They have a different model available at Costco: Michelin Guardian Hybrid $5.99 after $3 off.
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I've bought all these 'Michelin' 3rd party made wipers, always at $6. Great price for the whole assembly.

My observations...

1) with all the variations, I honestly can't see a difference in performance between hybrid, performance, etc. (just marketing hype for me)

2) many cars require an add-on assembly part, shipped free from the 3rd party (7-10 days)

3) noisy blades for my car (the depth of the blade that touches the windshield swilves too much)

4) strangely, there's a greater UNWIPED patch on my windshield with these blades (possibly because of the add-on assembly part required for my make/model)

5) consider also just replacing your rubber, though you may pay more and take more time to replace, but you'd have the assembly arm that's perfectly designed for your vehicle

6) Lots of OEM arms look old after awhile (paint chips, discoloration) so buying this cheap replacement does make your wipers look great
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I'd say these are good wipers since they're made by a reputable rubber (tire) company.
That's what I thought too. They make good tires.. not wiper blades (branded, but do they even make in-house?). Bought them as Costco, they chatter immediately. Ended up buying refill inserts from Toyota
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