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Michelin Guardian Hybrid Wiper Blade $5.99

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Costco has Michelin Guardian Hybrid Wiper Blade for $5.99 after instant $3 off. This is the in-store price, shipping is $1.99 per blade, still a good price.

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I tried some of these probably 5 years ago and they were awful. Have they improved?
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poop...
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Isn't that Sooperpoop?
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Got some PIAA silicone blades a few years back, haven't even had to think about replacing them. Little more expensive, but well worth it.
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Terrible blades. Would expect better from michelin. Installed on 3 different cars and they were hard and loud on all 3 cars. Wish costco still carried the good year ones they had before they switched to the michelins.
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any pickup options?
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Got some PIAA silicone blades a few years back, haven't even had to think about replacing them. Little more expensive, but well worth it.
yes great product
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I do not recommend this wipers.
Get anything with silicone, PIAA aero, PIAA si-tech, or michelin endurance XT.
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Had these, they are horrible... I think the shape makes them catch the air and lift off the windshield.

$5 cheapos at Menards are much better.

The real slick deal is to get your wipers from rockauto.com
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I dunno, they work fine on my car. Buying more for my other car. TU
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Looked at these but ended up getting rainx fusion hybrid instead, about the same price. Construction underneath seemed much easier to replace just the rubber. I can replace the rubber for around $2.

Doubt hybrid is much better than just a conventional blade but it does look better and the shell may protect against some of the uv rays.

I hate throwing away blades every couple years, it's a waste and a ripoff.
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I bought a pair and it works fine. No complaints so far.
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worst blades I'v ever used, works fine when driving slow, but on highway or high wind, consider you don't have them there and good luck.
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I bought these as a quick replacement (warmer weather is already arriving and my old ones were really bad) for the recent rainy weather... it seems fine to me but i really hate how the mounting clip part of the wiper is such high profile/bulky..looks like an eyesore to me when driving since i can clearly see it... lol

in any case i don't expect these to last long and just needed something temporarily better.. i do miss the goodyears though too...
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