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Old 12-09-2003, 10:57 PM   #41
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Winter Silblades

Today I got an email from Silblades General Manager, and he tells me that
they have a new model available....here's a part of his email:

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The Winter SilBlade is brand new, and we will add it to our new website.
But for now we only mention it on the current website and ask people to call us
to place an order.

For my money I'd get the Winter SilBlade for your winter driving.
The Winter SilBlade has the silicone rubber SilBlade and a heavy duty frame
covered with a silicone rubber boot. The only negative is that it is one UGLY looking
blade compared to SilBlade, but it really is a good product for winter.

For all other conditions, SilBlade or Ultra SilBlade are the best choice.
The difference here is that the SilBlade has a black metal frame and Ultra SilBlade
has colored metal frames. The blades are the same. I personally prefer the black
frame over the other one. The "stainless steel" is paint, not "real" stainless steel.

Both SilBlade and Ultra SilBlade are covered by our 5 year unconditional warranty.
Winter SilBlade carries a one year warranty due to the extreme weather it may face.
[:)][:)][:)][:)][:)][:)]*

So I decided to try them... and ordered a set for my car!

Ill you guys updated
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Old 12-10-2003, 08:12 PM   #42
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I am the one in New York that doesn't know about bad winters. lol We just got 22 inches, and it was 7 degrees last night. We live about 150 miles south of Canada, and we know snow and we know cold.

I was at Wal-Mart last night and bought some winter blades for the car. I wish I had them Saturday during the storm. I had to stop more than once to break the ice off the blades. Once they ice up they are useless. So now with my new snow tires and my winter blades, I'll be ready for the next little storm.
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Re: Winter Silblades

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Originally posted by hsantos
Today I got an email from Silblades General Manager, and he tells me that
they have a new model available....here's a part of his email:

[:)][:)][:)][:)][:)][:)]*
The Winter SilBlade is brand new, and we will add it to our new website.
But for now we only mention it on the current website and ask people to call us
to place an order.

For my money I'd get the Winter SilBlade for your winter driving.
The Winter SilBlade has the silicone rubber SilBlade and a heavy duty frame
covered with a silicone rubber boot. The only negative is that it is one UGLY looking
blade compared to SilBlade, but it really is a good product for winter.

For all other conditions, SilBlade or Ultra SilBlade are the best choice.
The difference here is that the SilBlade has a black metal frame and Ultra SilBlade
has colored metal frames. The blades are the same. I personally prefer the black
frame over the other one. The "stainless steel" is paint, not "real" stainless steel.

Both SilBlade and Ultra SilBlade are covered by our 5 year unconditional warranty.
Winter SilBlade carries a one year warranty due to the extreme weather it may face.
[:)][:)][:)][:)][:)][:)]*

So I decided to try them... and ordered a set for my car!

Ill you guys updated
Good to know about the winter set, I'm extremely pleased with my ultra silblades, I may purchase those. Enjoy, I know they are worth it.
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