These are low-end wiper blades, but they work fine for a couple of seasons.
I stopped buying even medium quality wiper blades a long time ago. It seems that something always happens to damage blades after a couple of seasons anyway, so why bother to pay more money? I’m sure this is not everyone’s philosophy, but it works for me.
So, once again, being trapped in the ice has ripped one of my wipers at both ends, so I picked up a set of new wiper blades, and just need to pop them on the car.
These come with all the standard exchange parts for the different kinds of mounts that exist, and in all the required lengths for standard vehicles. There is a book to look up your make and model, just like most other car parts.
What else is there to say? These are the basic, no frills, narrow rubber wiper blade. They work fine. I usually replace them about every other year. Prices vary by length, but generally are between $4 and $5.