PIAA 97055 Si-Tech Silicone Wiper Blade – 22″ 550mm (Pack of 1)

August 10, 2019 - Comment
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A frameless wiper that delivers all-season performance by eliminating snow and ice build-up. The Si-Tech’s modern design creates more pressure points across the entire length of the blade delivering a streak-free wipe, superior visibility and smooth, chatter-free operation. Plus it features PIAA’s patented silicone rubber that continually reapplies an active silicone coating on the windshield, making the windshield water repellent. Rain simply beads up and repels off easily by wind pressure in high speed or by ordinary wiping. Make your driving experience safer with PIAA wiper blades.

Product Features

  • Patented Silicone Rubber Resists Wear & Damage from UV and Sunlight Exposure
  • Silicone Wipers Last Up to 2x Longer than Premium Wipers
  • Aerodynamic Frameless Design Prevents Ice and Snow Build-up
  • Coats Windshield with Water-Repellent Silicone with Every Wipe so You Don’t Have to Re-apply it
  • Instant Water Beading Action Creates Clearer Vision Even When Wipers aren’t Wiping


Anonymous says:

A great choice for rainy weather Fits the 2016 Toyota Tacoma. Living in the wet part of the Pacific Northwest, I use wipers seven months out of the year. Through the years I have used silicone wipers and have settled on the PIAA as being the best of the lot. The primary reason I use silicone is the constant deposition of a silicone film on the windshield from the wipers, making the rain bead up and blow off as speeds above 30 miles per hour. I recently replaced the OEM wipers on my 2016 Toyota Tacoma: they were two years…

Anonymous says:

Broke in a week. Replacement flew off after a month. First driverside wiper cracked within a week of having them (shown in the attached photo). They are made of thin plastic, no thicker than a coin. Seller sent a replacement due to the defect. The replacement lasted barely over a month before flying off while driving on the road with my wipers turned on low. These wipers slide in easily but don’t lock on like the Bosch Icons do. I thought maybe I didn’t install them properly but the PIAA installation videos reflect exactly how I installed…

Anonymous says:

Don’t change wiper blades every six months like Consumer Report says. I installed these on my truck almost a year ago. I have waited to rate these until I got some use on them. I liked the fact they lay down a little silicone whenever you turn them own. Most of the time I do not even turn on the wipers as the water just slides up and off the windshield. But the real selling point is that you can get refills. So few wipers have refill capabilities making the replacement so expensive. Consumer Reports has stopped rating wipers; they say you should change…

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