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Old 01-24-2011, 02:52 PM   #1
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10% Scrublade wipers

Sierra Expeditions is clearing out our stock on Scrublade wipers.
To get 10% enter coupon code scrub in the coupon code box when viewing your cart.

Scrublade offers a solution for smeared bugs, dirt and grime from impairing your vision when driving. Advanced, state-of-the art technology removes bugs, road grime and dirt from your windshield giving you a clear, safe view of the road.

Robby Gordon used the Scrublade in the 6,000-mile off-road 2009 Dakar Rally! The Scrublade worked so good for Gordon and his team that he is now endorsing the Scrublade on the National commercial campaign this year.

Scrublade’s patented, advanced dual-blade “scrubber” technology works like no other wiper blades. Typical wiper blades just smear bugs and grime across your windshield, but Scrublade utilizes not one, but two blades, to give you a clean, bug-free view of the road ahead.

Scrublade doesn’t use two standard blades, however. The secret behind Scrublade’s patented, advanced dual-scrubbing technology is the hundreds of tiny triangular “scrubbers” on the leading edge of the two outer blades. The tip of each triangle pierces the debris and, as it passes through and widens to the base, the triangle breaks it apart, literally “scrubbing” your windshield clean. The second “smooth blade” squeegees away any remaining debris or water left behind. Scrublade does its work on each and every pass, leaving a clear, clean bug and grime-free windshield.

“When we were designing Scrublade we tested hundreds of shapes and sizes looking for the one that cleaned the most effectively and efficiently”, said Billy Westbrook, CEO and creator of Scrublade. “We finally settled on the triangle. Then, we use the best rubber compound available.”

The Scrublade line covers all applications from 11” thru 28”, and have been proven to be one of the best wipers for rounded and flat glassed vehicles.



This close view of the triangular scrubbers is what gives the Scrublade it's advantages over the other wipers on the market today.



Another angle to show the smooth edge of the Scrublade on the inside, and the triangular scrubbers on the outside. Inside for water removal, and the outside for bug and road debris removal.



Scrublade took into consideration not just the functionality of the Scrublade, but also the looks of the Scrublade. You can put the Scrublade on a heavy-duty truck or on a higher end vehicle, without compromising the looks of the vehicle.

To get 10% enter coupon code scrub in the coupon code box when viewing your cart.
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I'm actually needing some wipers. Are theese legit? Noticably better than say bosch, because I don't have much complaint with good quality "regular" blades.
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Old 01-24-2011, 03:00 PM   #3
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Old 01-24-2011, 03:01 PM   #4
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Dam I just bought some wipers yesterday.
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I'm actually needing some wipers. Are theese legit? Noticably better than say bosch, because I don't have much complaint with good quality "regular" blades.
They are good, however, we have had some quality issues and are discontinuing the line. We've ran them on the Jeep for over a year, and no issues.
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Old 01-24-2011, 03:10 PM   #6
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i was expecting these to be damn expensive but not bad at all, i'll get some after the wipers i have now ware out for that price
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They are good, however, we have had some quality issues and are discontinuing the line. We've ran them on the Jeep for over a year, and no issues.
Thanks, I'll consider picking up a set next purchase.
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Old 01-24-2011, 06:19 PM   #11
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Offer stands pending stock, (Once they are gone, these are gone).
how come you guys are discontinuing these
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