Bosch Evolution wiper blades offer bracketless technology

Bosch Evolution wiper blades offer bracketless technology

Bosch has introduced the new Bosch Evolution all season bracketless wiper blade based on the latest patented bracketless technology. The newest member of the Bosch wiper blade portfolio, Evolution is positioned between the pioneering bracketless Bosch ICON and Bosch EXCEL+ blades, and represents a new tier in premium-grade Bosch products, its maker said.


Bosch has introduced the new Bosch Evolution all season bracketless wiper blade based on the latest patented bracketless technology. The newest member of the Bosch wiper blade portfolio, Evolution is positioned between the pioneering bracketless Bosch ICON and Bosch EXCEL+ blades, and represents a new tier in premium-grade Bosch products, its maker said.

“With only 13 part numbers providing 95 percent coverage of pin arm, hook arm and side lock wiper blade applications, Bosch Evolution bracketless wiper blades provide the flexibility to meet the needs of a broad customer range,” said Tom Vasis, group product manager, wiper systems for Bosch. There are only 13 part numbers thanks to Bosch’s innovative connector design. Not only do we fit a variety of applications, but we also provide ease of installation and superior wiping performance, the company said.

Features of the Evolution include a graphite-treated, precision-cut, natural rubber wiping edge and a symmetrical wind spoiler that channels airflow to create down force for better windshield contact and a cleaner wipe. The wind spoiler also protects the tension springs from snow and ice build-up. Dual precision-tensioned internal steel springs create tension memory while the springs apply uniform pressure along the entire length for a consistent wipe, the manufacturer said.

For information, visit http://www.boschautoparts.com/.

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