Wipers: Dyno Silicone


Watch the above video to see the wipers in action. Pardon the short freeze-frame near the beginning.

Photo | BIG_MOUSE | Dyno Wipers: Comparing silicone coated vs uncoated

Photo | BIG_MOUSE | Dyno Wipers: Comparing silicone coated vs uncoated

The above picture is quite self-explanatory. The Dyno wipers look quite similar to traditional wipers. I prefer this type as the frameless ones tend to attract thieves with itchy fingers.

Nvm, I shall still go into the details. 🙂

Look at the main area of the windscreen. See how the raindrops bead up nicely (clearer image below).

Photo | BIG_MOUSE | Dyno wipers: Close up on water droplets

Photo | BIG_MOUSE | Dyno wipers: Close up on water droplets

When you are travelling along the road, the beads of water will ‘float’ upwards and away. Improves visibility by a quite a bit especially during extremely heavy rains, cause you need not rely only on the motion of the wipers to clear the water away. How to achieve this? After buying this set of wipers, turn on the wipers for about 3-5 minutes without pouring any water on the windscreen. If the wipers start to slow down, add a little water to help the wipers along. This was done in line with their instructions so that excess silicone from the wipers will be applied/transferred to the windscreen.

Now look at the top of the photo, near the blue-tinted part of the windscreen. This is the area where the wipers cannot reach. Compare the difference between the silicone-coated part versus the uncoated portion. The difference is quite obvious here. Another image showing a different angle below.

Photo | BIG_MOUSE | Dyno wipers: Another angle

Photo | BIG_MOUSE | Dyno wipers: Another angle

I got my pair from Autobacs, which I feel, isn’t quite a good deal. Anyone knows where to get Dyno wipers at a more affordable price, do let me know. Thanks!

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