Bosch 4822 Evolution All Season Bracketless Wiper Blade

Bracketless wiper blade design is the very latest in original equipment wiper technology.

Bosch 4826 Evolution All-Season Bracketless Wiper Blade - 26" (Pack of 1)

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  • With the Bosch 4824 Evolution All-Season Bracketless Wiper Blade, 24″ (Pack of 1), no longer will you have problems squinting out of a dirty windshield no matter what the weather may be.

    True to its name, the Bosch 4824 Evolution All-Season Bracketless Wiper Blade, 24″ is a wiper blade which can be used during all seasons. It is not common that you find blades that are fit for the heavy snowfall of winter or the harsh sea air of summer. These wiper blades however, can take everything on – may it be rain, snow or high winds.

  • The Bosch 4824 Evolution All-Season Bracketless Wiper Blade is a wiper blade that does just what its name says. It provides a driver with a clean and clear windshield no matter what the weather outside the car is like.

    Bracketless wiper blades, also known as beam blades, are designed without the metal or plastic brackets, joints or hinges of conventional wiper blades. So snow and ice have nowhere to build up. In addition, the patented design of Bosch Evolution features dual precision-tensioned steel springs that distribute more uniform pressure along the entire length of the blade for exceptional all-weather visibility.

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    • Exhaust Header (36)
    • Down Pipes (6)
    • Catalytic Converter/Test Pipe (3)
    • Exhaust Muffler (2)
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    Uniform pressure is applied all throughout the blade’s length through the use of its precision-tensioned dual steel springs. This allows for all portions of the windshield to be cleaned equally and fairly. The wind spoilers of the blades direct the air flow towards the device, in order to maximize the contact between the blade and the windshield. This prevents the wipers from flying up in cases of high or strong winds. The Bosch 4824 Evolution All-Season Bracketless Wiper Blade is easy to install.

LT Sport J-Hook Bracketless Wiper Blade Installation Guide

Rain-X and Bosch are both marketing bracketless wiper blades now. The idea is that they look good when replacing OEM items on a lot of new cars, they wipe well because there are no pressure points created by a traditional 'spider' frame, and they're ice-resistant because there are no pivots or springs to ice up. Finally, both the Rain-X and Bosch blades come pre-curved on the principle that no windscreen is flat, and they have aerofoils to keep them pressed against the screen.
That's the theory anyway. In practice it's a little different. I tried the Rain-X and Bosch items and they both suffer the same problem - the one thing they claim to eliminate. Neither manufacturer's blade is actually able to keep itself pressed against the windscreen across the whole length of the blade. This means that you get an uneven wipe. The following bullet point graphic is from Rain-X's website: