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Your cockpit may be toasty inside, but your wiper blades are bearing the brunt of Mother Nature's frigid fury outside. If they ice over, they'll be about as useful as a freezer in the North Pole. For maximum visibility even in whiteout conditions, roll with Everblades Heated Wiper Blades.
The secret behind your Everblades Heated Windshield Wipers is simple: each squeegee is bored out and stuffed with a powerful heating element. This keeps the silicone rubber blades sizzling at approximately 200°, so snow and ice simply melt away before turning your heated wipers into ice cubes. With the optional heated frames, the actual arms of your Everblades warm up and stay ice-free, too.
When spring has sprung, you don't need to change out your heated wiper set. Because they run off a switch mounted in your cab, you can turn them on in December and shut them down in May. And, each set of Everblades comes with all the wiring you need to connect your heated windshield wipers into your ride's 12V electrical system. They're even backed by a 1-year warranty.
Reviewed by David B (Sandpoint, ID) Reviewed for a 2000 Dodge Durango — Feb 14, 2012 11:01 AM
The wiring insructions were easy to follow and the blades do indeed get very hot at the flick of the illuminated switch! One less thing to worry about when I have to leave the Durango outside in the weather when it snows. Thanks for the excellent product. They work great as just plain wiper blades as well.
Reviewed by John L (Philipsburg, PA) Reviewed for a 1996 Jeep Cherokee — Dec 27, 2011 10:29 PM
Last year I ordered Everblades for my car, they work great,when ice starts to build up on the blades, just a flick of the lighted toggle switch and within one minute the ice is falling off and stays off,so this year I purchased a pair for my Jeep Cherokee, installation is a breeze and today I got a chance to use them as the temp dropped and the snow started to fall here in central Pa. The Everblades did thier job and made my trip worry free. I recomend them for anyone that has to travel in snow and freezing rain. John
Reviewed by Jeffrey C (Castle Rock, CO) Reviewed for a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse — Dec 09, 2010 5:24 PM
I got these to try and combat the snow that can build up on my Dodge Ram window here in Colorado. The install was a little tricky, trying to find the right fuse that will turn them off with the engine, but that will also turn them on with the remote start. Then, the other problem was trying to get some actual snow to test them!! The front range of Colorado hasn't received much if any snow, and it's December!!! When I did get some snow, they worked ok, didn't melt the snow as fast or as thoroughly as I would have expected. Not sure yet if they were worth the $$ since I haven't had to drive through snow yet, so in all fairness the verdict is still out...
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Asked by Anonymous
Monday at 8:42 AM
1999 Chevy Monte Carlo
RE: "connect your heated windshield wipers into your ride's 12V electrical system" Does that mean the cigarette lighter? If so, what is the path from there to the outside of the car?
Asked by D D.
Jul 04, 2012 5:59 PM
2007 Toyota RAV4
How do I order replacement silicone wiper blades for the heated Everblades
Asked by Roman S.
Oct 23, 2010 12:52 PM
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Hello, is it a final price or can I do the best offer? Thank you. With best wishes Roman.
Answered by Rob F. — Oct 23, 2010 7:21 PM
Hey Roman, Most everything in the world is negotiable at some level. The secret at AutoAnything is a phone call - call one of product specialists at 800-874-8888, and you can bet they'll do their best to get you the best price. Plus, everything we sell is backed by our 1-year Lower Price Guarantee - find for less, up to a year from the date of purchase and we'll refund the difference. By the way, I really like your name - it seems like you should be driving a Rubicon. Thanks, Robflag Accept Answer