Should you spend $15 or $30 to put a single wiper blade on your daily driver? It’s entirely up to you. Let’s see what you get for your money.

  • Budget Friendly: The standard wiper blade arrives with the thinnest piece of rubber. It will do its job but will allow ice, snow, and leaves to build up between its wires.
  • Reduce Streaking and Residue: If you drive through pouring rain often, a Beam Blade does a great job of clearing water without leaving streaks.
  • Snowy Conditions: A winter blade has a protective sheath over the standard blade construction to prevent ice and snow build up.
  • Most Durable: A silicone blade offers great flexibility and is able to shed ice and debris while standing up to plenty of abuse. It’s also the most expensive.