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    Hi guys

    Just put these on and they are good, cheap and quick delivery.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/AERO-FLAT-WIND...item4aa0c57751

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    Quote Originally Posted by amir2300 View Post
    Hi guys

    Just put these on and they are good, cheap and quick delivery.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/AERO-FLAT-WIND...item4aa0c57751

    friend brought some for this smart roadster and they was crap, get the bosch ones more expensive but worth it imo

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    Come back and let us know how good they are once you have had rain. The real test for flat blades is if they clear the windscreen without leaving large streaks or juddering.

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    Almost praying for rain now. lol

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    I've tried a couple of the cheap ones, they were poo. Got the Bosch ones for £25, loads better.

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    just got some dunlop ones from costco think there were £6+vat and seem pretty decent

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    You can get very good cheap ones trouble is there are loads of rubbish ones on there , the ones i have are Japanese and were £12 a pair on Ebay, had them on a few months now and they are excellent

    They are even cheaper now £9.17 a pair

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Vauxhall-Vectr...item4a95589ffd

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    Got the GM one's on mine and to be honest it hasn't really rained properly since fitting them a couple of weeks ago! but what I have noticed is that when there was dew on the screen and then used the wipers they smeared a little on the up stroke but cleared perfectly on the down stroke, albeit a bit noisy, probably due to the extra weight of these things.
    Cheers Pete

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    Bought the GM ones a few weeks ago for £30 something from VX. Halfrauds wanted £50 for the Bosch ones. So far so good, although they stamp the GM badge on both of them so they 'advertise' at you through the windscreen. Don't mind though as it reminds me I've bought something 'special' for my car!

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    Tesco blades have suited my car for ages now, very happy with them.

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