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Old 15-09-2019, 11:24 PM   #1
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Heyner wiper blades

Wasn’t sure whether to post this here or in the motoring zone but here goes - anyone used Heyner wiper blades?

Saw them on eBay and they look like good German quality. Normally a fan of Bosch but found that the current set have gotten noisy a bit sooner than expected and don’t wipe as well anymore.

They do two versions - a hybrid which is appears to be a regular wiper hidden inside an aero shell and a full aero wiper. Was thinking of trying the full aero as that is the current fitment and the price is comparable to Bosch.
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Old 16-09-2019, 08:11 AM   #2
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No, not one i've heard of either - be interested to see what you think if you do proceed...

With regards to your current bosch blades, how long have you had them ? Have you tried a deep clean of the windscreen to see if this helps with the cleaning ?
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I've bought a pair in the past for the VW Golf MK7 I had, to stop the wiper judder the first cars were plagued with.

They are extremely good quality, very quiet and efficient and lasted me three years until I traded the car in.

Heyner's website is worth a look to see what they do.

https://heynershop.co.uk/
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I've bought a pair in the past for the VW Golf MK7 I had, to stop the wiper judder the first cars were plagued with.

They are extremely good quality, very quiet and efficient and lasted me three years until I traded the car in.

Heyner's website is worth a look to see what they do.

https://heynershop.co.uk/
Thanks for the link - sound good
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Heyner wiper blades

Yes, I have them on one car (super flat premium)
They have blade protectors on, which protect them in transit which is a nice touch.
No problems so far, quite low profile, but the adapters are a bit bulky (as all adapters are, can’t really do anything about that; it’s the same for Bosch)

The Hybrid look exactly the same as Michelin ones you get from Costco, so they must make them for Michelin.

I’ve had Hybrid (Michelin) on another car for 2 years now, still no issues.

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I have them on my GT 86, they seem ok.

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Used them on my last car which I then owned for around 12 moths. Had no problems at all.

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Yeah good wipers, have them on the golf and hilux
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Cheers guys. Ordered a set so will post back and let you all know how I get on.

I’d never heard of them until I searched on eBay for wiper blades. Current Aerotwins are about a year old, previous set definitely lasted longer. Windscreen has been clayed, polished etc. Think they are just done!
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Cheers guys. Ordered a set so will post back and let you all know how I get on.

I’d never heard of them until I searched on eBay for wiper blades. Current Aerotwins are about a year old, previous set definitely lasted longer. Windscreen has been clayed, polished etc. Think they are just done!

Be interested in your thoughts - especially as you can do a direct compare to Bosch ones.

Interested to hear your thoughts on how the adapter clip feels / size compared to the Bosch one
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