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Valeo silenco wiper blades. Various sizes - 59p (With Code) @ Eurocarparts - Free Collection
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Valeo silenco wiper blades. Various sizes - 59p (With Code) @ Eurocarparts - Free Collection

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Posted 23rd Nov 2019

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15 inch £1.19
18 inch £0.59
19 inch £1.19
20 inch £0.59
21 inch £1.19
22 inch £1.80
24 inch £0.59

Use code bf19 to take them to half price.
The blades usually last about 6months before they start juddering or going streaky in my experience.
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Just so you know other sizes are available between £3 - £4. Just search valeo or put what size you need in search bar.

Or use carparts4less for vistapro blades. Usually between £1.50 - £3.
Vistapro wiper blades here.

trade price wipers to the public. Just keep it our secret.
Edited by: "MonkeysUncle" 24th Nov 2019
zcaprd724/11/2019 00:44

Ok, I'm not that much of a muppet lol, just couldn't understand why …Ok, I'm not that much of a muppet lol, just couldn't understand why windscreen wipers need so many permutations... Also, ditto wheels and tyres, all so we can feel patronised by the local mechanic.


I was trying not to patronise you, just help keep you safe and moving this winter

Now, would you like to talk about how it's a good idea to "downsize" your wheels and fit tyres with a higher aspect ratio during the winter months? Based on various test scores, I personally opted for the Goodyear Ultragrip Performance 205/50/R17s which provi.....

I could go on. I'm not even kidding I'm expecting (praying for) heavy snow where I live this ski season.
Edited by: "zomg" 24th Nov 2019
zcaprd724/11/2019 00:31

Thanks for that, I've rolled the dice, who knew they had different sizes …Thanks for that, I've rolled the dice, who knew they had different sizes for driver and passenger sides?


You're welcome; I hope it helped.

Also check your tyre tread depth (1.6mm) and make sure your washer bottle is topped up with actual screenwash and not just water going in to winter.
Could use a tape measure on the old one.
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Misslovely23/11/2019 22:51

What size would a rear window wiper be for a juke? Entered reg but no …What size would a rear window wiper be for a juke? Entered reg but no listing for rear wiper


Try jukeforums.com/thr…83/
Good price but none fit mine. Hot for those they do fit
Could use a tape measure on the old one.
dannyzz23/11/2019 22:54

Try https://www.jukeforums.com/threads/wiper-blade-size.118183/


Just tried again but selected this brand and it came up £6.99 @£3.49 with code plus there's 22p cashback on tcb lol
Cheers got a set for £1.78 !!
Why is it impossible to find wipers that fit?
Just paid £9 for a pair of these and i thought that was excellent
Just paid £9 for a pair of these and i thought that was excellent
zcaprd723/11/2019 23:17

Why is it impossible to find wipers that fit?


ABD's wiper and bulb guide is pretty good.
Got a front right one for £1.20 delivered. Can't cry over that
Oos locally for my size
Good price
Full set of blades, 2x Valeo and 1x Bosch for £8.52.

Cheers OP
Just so you know other sizes are available between £3 - £4. Just search valeo or put what size you need in search bar.

Or use carparts4less for vistapro blades. Usually between £1.50 - £3.
Vistapro wiper blades here.

trade price wipers to the public. Just keep it our secret.
Edited by: "MonkeysUncle" 24th Nov 2019
zomg23/11/2019 23:25

ABD's wiper and bulb guide is pretty good.


Thanks for that, I've rolled the dice, who knew they had different sizes for driver and passenger sides?
zcaprd724/11/2019 00:31

Thanks for that, I've rolled the dice, who knew they had different sizes …Thanks for that, I've rolled the dice, who knew they had different sizes for driver and passenger sides?


You're welcome; I hope it helped.

Also check your tyre tread depth (1.6mm) and make sure your washer bottle is topped up with actual screenwash and not just water going in to winter.
zomg24/11/2019 00:36

You're welcome; I hope it helped.Also check your tyre tread depth (1.6mm) …You're welcome; I hope it helped.Also check your tyre tread depth (1.6mm) and make sure your washer bottle is topped up with actual screenwash and not just water going in to winter.


Ok, I'm not that much of a muppet lol, just couldn't understand why windscreen wipers need so many permutations... Also, ditto wheels and tyres, all so we can feel patronised by the local mechanic.
zomg24/11/2019 00:36

You're welcome; I hope it helped.Also check your tyre tread depth (1.6mm) …You're welcome; I hope it helped.Also check your tyre tread depth (1.6mm) and make sure your washer bottle is topped up with actual screenwash and not just water going in to winter.


Although you've reminded me, my coolant might need some antifreeze, thanks again...
zcaprd724/11/2019 00:44

Ok, I'm not that much of a muppet lol, just couldn't understand why …Ok, I'm not that much of a muppet lol, just couldn't understand why windscreen wipers need so many permutations... Also, ditto wheels and tyres, all so we can feel patronised by the local mechanic.


I was trying not to patronise you, just help keep you safe and moving this winter

Now, would you like to talk about how it's a good idea to "downsize" your wheels and fit tyres with a higher aspect ratio during the winter months? Based on various test scores, I personally opted for the Goodyear Ultragrip Performance 205/50/R17s which provi.....

I could go on. I'm not even kidding I'm expecting (praying for) heavy snow where I live this ski season.
Edited by: "zomg" 24th Nov 2019
zomg24/11/2019 00:50

I was trying not to patronise you, just help keep you safe and moving this …I was trying not to patronise you, just help keep you safe and moving this winter Now, would you like to talk about how it's a good idea to "downsize" your wheels and fit tyres with a higher aspect ratio during the winter months. Based on various test scores, I personally opted for the Goodyear Ultragrip Performance 205/50/R17s which provi.....I could go on. I'm not even kidding I'm expecting (praying for) heavy snow where I live this ski season.


I'm glad to know I'm not alone in having a separate set of wheels and tyres for when it's snow.

It's good fun just driving past 4x4's with no problem when they get stuck.
zcaprd724/11/2019 00:58

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No, I know. I just went full Alan Partridge because I know how dull I was being

That said, the Bridgestone Turanza is a summer touring tyre and during these cold, wet months I'd personally.....
MonkeysUncle24/11/2019 00:59

I'm glad to know I'm not alone in having a separate set of wheels and …I'm glad to know I'm not alone in having a separate set of wheels and tyres for when it's snow. It's good fun just driving past 4x4's with no problem when they get stuck.


It's amazing how much better than very wide, or summer tyres, or even snowchains a good set of winter tyres is, right?

Nice deal by the way. This is ridiculously cheap for decent wiper blades.
Edited by: "zomg" 24th Nov 2019
zomg24/11/2019 01:07

It's amazing how much better than very wide, or summer tyres, or even …It's amazing how much better than very wide, or summer tyres, or even snowchains a good set of winter tyres is, right?Nice deal by the way. This is ridiculously cheap for decent wiper blades.


Agreed. I live up by the lakes and just tried driving up as high as I could on untreated roads.
On winter Tyres without snowchains and steel rims i had to turn back as my bumper was acting as a snowplough and generally not getting anywhere. Still scary as I couldn't tell where road was anymore, but general roads with winter tyres you can get anywhere.

I always disconnect abs fuse too as it goes mental and is just dangerous on ice and snow imo. It's not fun having abs over riding everything you do on a down hill bit.
Edited by: "MonkeysUncle" 24th Nov 2019
MonkeysUncle24/11/2019 01:18

Agreed. I live up by the lakes and just tried driving up as high as I …Agreed. I live up by the lakes and just tried driving up as high as I could on untreated roads.On winter Tyres without snowchains and steel rims i had to turn back as my bumper was acting as a snowplough and generally not getting anywhere. Still scary as I couldn't tell where road was anymore, but general roads with winter tyres you can get anywhere.I always disconnect abs fuse too as it goes mental and is just dangerous on ice and snow imo. It's not fun having abs over riding everything you do on a down hill bit.


Lovely part of the world. I haven't driven there for a few years but the inclines and narrow roads can be pretty spicy at the best of times!

When you're literally ploughing snow... even the highest quality 59p wiper won't help. Turn back!
Fantastic. 6 blades for less than I usually pay for 1
Thanks OP, just reserved 18" and 26" front blades to the tune of £1.79 for both! They'll replace the Bosch Aero blades which are blooming noisy.
Aza24/11/2019 08:14

Thanks OP, just reserved 18" and 26" front blades to the tune of £1.79 …Thanks OP, just reserved 18" and 26" front blades to the tune of £1.79 for both! They'll replace the Bosch Aero blades which are blooming noisy.


If AeroTwins are noisy for you, there's a problem somewhere else.
Tom.Wilson24/11/2019 09:12

If AeroTwins are noisy for you, there's a problem somewhere else.


They have a habit of screeching on one of my vehicles, first set I used were fine but the set I fitted early 2019 as direct replacements have proved noisy.
Aza24/11/2019 09:17

They have a habit of screeching on one of my vehicles, first set I used …They have a habit of screeching on one of my vehicles, first set I used were fine but the set I fitted early 2019 as direct replacements have proved noisy.


Might be a good idea to deep clean your windscreen
MonkeysUncle24/11/2019 00:59

I'm glad to know I'm not alone in having a separate set of wheels and …I'm glad to know I'm not alone in having a separate set of wheels and tyres for when it's snow. It's good fun just driving past 4x4's with no problem when they get stuck.


Used to do that in my Clio 172 well over ten years ago, loved absolutely burning by stranded SUVs in the snow with my full winter tyres.
Code BF20 makes it even cheaper by a few pence
Will these fit a Ferarri?
No 26 inch, cheapest are 13 quid before discount, shame
Snow? Leave your BMW at home!
MonkeysUncle24/11/2019 00:16

Just so you know other sizes are available between £3 - £4. Just search v …Just so you know other sizes are available between £3 - £4. Just search valeo or put what size you need in search bar.Or use carparts4less for vistapro blades. Usually between £1.50 - £3. Vistapro wiper blades here. trade price wipers to the public. Just keep it our secret.


You know Euro's and CP4L are the same company right??
Thanks. Just ordered 2x sets of wiper blades + air filter for £16. Used a 50% code for signing up to their email for first time heat added
None in size for my knackered old mazda, but it would have been a pretty sweet deal
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Does anyone have a link for the 26 in blade please can't find the cheap one
I went on the back button and entered my ref and got me some Bosch ones for me Audi. Meant to be £56 down to £23. Great code and saving! Thanks OP much appreciated.
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