Michelin 22″ 28522 Storm Hybrid Blade-22

July 19, 2019 - Comment
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The New MICHELIN Storm blade is a Hybrid blade that combines the windshield hugging features of a conventional spring loaded blade with the anti-snow build-up feature of a beam blade for superior streak and noise free wiping in rain, ice and snow . The MICHELIN Storm hybrid wiper blades feature an exclusive Smart-Flex technology that automatically adjusts wiper blade contact pressure across the curvature of the windshield to deliver outstanding windshield wiping performance. The MICHELIN Storm wiper blades also feature new Weather Shield technology that is infused into the wiper structure to repel rain, snow and ice for superior wiping in the most severe weather conditions.

Product Features

  • Weather shield Technology repels rain, snow And ice and delivers superior wiping performance in severe weather conditions
  • Smart Flex Technology adjusts to the curve of your windshield for maximum surface contact
  • Articulated spoiler cover holds the blade firmly against the glass and is designed for extreme weather
  • Premium rubber blade with advanced 3x formulation – smooth, quiet and endurance tested
  • EZ-Look connector system for simple and fast installation


Anonymous says:

Great quality construction for all types of weather Bought these primarily so they would fend off snow in the winter when I plow. It is very important for full visibility when plowing and these are constructed to prevent snow and ice build up. They match very well to the Toyota OEM blades and so far have a very clean streak free wipe on the windshield.

Anonymous says:

Doesn’t lock in. Avoid at all cost

Customer Video Review Length:: 0:08 Mins The “locking” mechanism is non existent. I’m sure the wiper will fly off in a stronger wind or snow.

Anonymous says:

Arrived Opened, sold&shiped by Amazon early release for Prime… I had an early failure with 1 of 2 Bosch blades, which had some chatter at highway speeds × storm, I guestimated the super low profile all-flex design had something to do with it.I took a picture of the edge which might depict the water repellancy on the blade (which i imagined was through the material instead of a coating) but it is clearly not as even (or complete) as i would hope.I do like that this has a rigid ‘cover’ (u can see in listing) that can articulate which…

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