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Old 10-29-2018, 03:23 PM   #1 (permalink)

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Default Did This Kickstarter Company Just Reinvent The Wiper Blade?

Gotta love it when new ideas and innovations come to an otherwise tried-and-true product. The Kimblade Wiper Blade is trying to bring an end to crappy, streaking, chattering wipers once and for all, and from what we can see they just might be onto something.

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they have been available here for about 4 years, its just a variation on the blade design and how it keeps the contact face on the glass better.
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