Rain-X Latitude time-limited offer

I just noticed a special offer for Rain-X Latitude windshield wiper blades at Amazon.

The offer is 2 18″, 19″, 20″, 21″, 22″, 24″ & 26″ Rain-X Latitude bracketless 8-in-1 Premium Graphite Coated windshield wiper blades for just $22.

It’s a Gold Box offer which means that it’s time-limited, so if you’re shopping for some Rain-X Latitude blades (or just want to stock up for the next time you need to replace your blades) then head over to Amazon and see if the offer is still valid.

The offer is even listed as “while supplies last” so hurry up if you want to save some money. The 24″ and 26″ blades are usually priced higher than the 18″ to 22″ ones, so on those there’s more than 50% to save.

Amazon Part Finder guide added

I just wrote this guide on how to use the Amazon Part Finder to narrow down the selection of windshield wiper blades to just the blades that fit *your* car.

Lot’s of windshield wiper manufacturers have similar parts tools, but they only cover their own products.

Then there are other online wiper blade or car part shops that cover multiple manufacturers, but just the products in their own shop.

And finally there are other online car parts portals that does what Amazon does – covers multiple manufacturers and links to multiple vendors.

The guide I wrote only covers how the Amazon Part Finder works, but I’ll gladly make guides to using other part finder tools if the interest is high enough.

I just wrote this guide on how to use the Amazon Part Finder to narrow down the selection of windshield wiper blades to just the blades that fit *your* car.

Lot’s of windshield wiper manufacturers have similar parts tools, but they only cover their own products.

Then there are other online wiper blade or car part shops that cover multiple manufacturers, but just the products in their own shop.

And finally there are other online car parts portals that does what Amazon does – covers multiple manufacturers and links to multiple vendors.

The guide I wrote only covers how the Amazon part finder works, but I’ll gladly make guides to using other part finder tools if the interest is high enough.