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Hey all! First time posting! First let me just say that this site has been great. I just got my 2008 Honda Accord sedan about 5 months ago and just recently began to contemplate adding things to it. This adding leads to my question:

What is the best windshield wiper on the market in terms of quality and all around *omg i can see everything even though its raining/snowing like crazay!!!*??

This question doesn't seem nearly as cool as asking what this best HID to get or something (I wish I was savvy enough to get a HID, but I think I'll just start with getting better bulb lights, which is proving to be difficult in and of itself in terms of selection), but I think it is far more important in terms of safety.

So, thoughts and suggestions?
 

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for my 7th gen, the oem wipers does a great job. ive got it for almost a year and havent changed them yet and still wipe perfect.
 

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:stupid:

I went with Bosch Icon for a while but it didn't last long so I went back to OEM.
 

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use rainx
 

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Bosch Icon FTW! I use em and as long as you clean em every couples months or so (alcohol pad) they last pretty long. Last set I had lasted two years. Rain-X came out with the Latitudes that are basically the same thing, but I haven't brought myself to try em yet. Just been happy with the Icons.
 

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I prefer OEM blades as well. They last long and they're sure to contour to the windshield as designed.
 

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I tried bosch blades on my 7th gen but they never contoured to the windshield as well as the OEM ones. They never wiped as well either. I switched back to OEM last month and they are much better.
 

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i use oem wipers...when they wear out just go to the honda dealer and ask for inserts...it's the rubbers that go into the arms...and their cheap only about 13 bucks for a pair
 

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I use the Rain-X latitudes and have had nothing but good luck with them! they are a tad bit pricey but work amazing! They give that "omg i can see everything even though its raining/snowing like crazay!!!" effect lol
 

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OEM blades outlast any POS aftermarket blade, and it will guarantee you the proper length on the windshield.
 
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