Rain-X Latitude Premium Graphite Coated Wiper Blades

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    The Rain-X Latitude wipers are some of the highest-performance windshield wipers on the market today. The hinge-free, contoured design provides the best total coverage of the windshield, eliminating streaking and spotting associated with older hinged wipers. The Latitude is extremely easy to install, as it comes with several different adapters designed to be used with all kinds of mounting points.

    The graphite-coated blade delivers clean, quiet, smooth wipes and can be used reliably all year round. Whether the wipers on your car are worn or not, the Rain-X Latitude series of wipers are a highly recommended upgrade that will substantially improve visibility in bad weather.Rating: 5/5

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    • uknewb4 uknewb4

    I purchased these for a 2007 Honda Fit, They do not fit the FIT.I called shell, they own the rain-ex brand, they are refunding the cost of the blades. Apparently the 16" blade from Honda is offset by 1/2". So the passenger side blade from rain-ex hits the passenger side hinge post. If they are aware of the problem, why sell them? Apart from any possible damage to the car, there is the issue of my wife demanding I replace the blades before she drove 400 miles today. " How would you like to listen to that" referring to the old blade which had developed a chattering vibration when in use. So I hope it doesn't rain today because you know the "clunk" that wiper will make every time it clears the windshield is not shells fault, It'll be someone who sleeps with an amazing beautiful, young looking, angel, that I dearly love. Thanks SHELL

    Posted on 11/22/2010 9:04 am | Reply
    • Anonymous Anonymous

    I just heard about Rain X wipers. I tried the Rain-X windshield water-beading product but was disappointed because of the glare when driving at night. I was hoping to read here that these blades do not add anthing to the window at all such as the silicone impregrenated blades (they also leave a glare film when driving at night).Kerry

    Posted on 3/13/2010 7:12 pm | Reply