|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 0.7 x 0.6 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||CC-2011|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CC-2011|
|OEM Part Number||CC-2011|
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Pilot CC-2011 12" Super Flex Water Blade
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- Dries your vehicle in about 1/3 the time of a chamios or towel
- Soft silicone blade will not scratch
- Squeegees off water from many surfaces
- Flexible handle adapts to contoured surfaces
- Great for use around the home
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Made from soft, medical grade silicone, the 12” Water Blade forms to the contours of your vehicle and will not scratch. Squeegee off water in about one third the time it takes to chamois or towel dry. Great for shower doors and other uses around the house.
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I'm one of many who came to greatly appreciate the original California Jelly Blade, and am looking for a replacement. Every review comparing "Superflex" with the original says it is too flexible. The Pilot ultraflex is no longer available if it ever was. The "Soft-N-Dry" doesn't work well and the handle is too hard for the shower. (I bought one.) The California Car Duster Jelly blade is clearly avoiding the original patents and isn't a "t-bar" blade. Your website has a "gel" version that doesn't appear to be for sale anywhere.
1) Which one is closest to the original original?
2) Where can I buy it?
3) Why not make one to those specs again?
I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Don is the inventor. Here is his reply:
"Larry, I quite frankly can't understand people not liking the Superflex that is what i prefer and I designed them all, I have all of them in my garage and I'll grab the Superflex every time. The Gel blade was turned down because of cost, I designed that model as well, however I still prefer the Superflex. Feel free to call if you have questions!! Don"
So I bought a Superflex and it is good, but not quite as good as the original. The handle is right. The length is right. Whew. However, it really is, as some suggested, too flexible. Not a lot too flexible, but just enough that it takes a little more concentration, a little more feedback to use it. Hence the four stars. However, it works very, very well, and is better than the original on curved surfaces such as my car.
I believe this is, as Don suggests, the right one to buy. However, I wish it would be just a little stiffer, say halfway between where it is now and the original. Then we're moving forward with this product and I'm not longing for a past product I can no longer buy.
I have BOTH and the Original Purple Handled one is the one I will reach for first (Sometimes, when you change a product, you only make it worse.)
Either one will dry a car much faster than a shammy, without scratching. But the purple handled one is easier.
This has cut down the time it takes to wash my car immensely! After the blade gets about 80-90% of the water off my car, I use the absorber for the other 10-20%. It is a great combo and one that I would highly recommend (the absorber doesn't leave streaks and pieces of lint like microfiber cloths do).
I can't compare this to the original California Water Blade, but am interested to know how they stack up against each other.
I also use it in the mornings to wipe off all the dew on the windows of my car. Take a few moments, and I don't have to deal with not being able to see out of my windows early in the morning.
It IS a bit soft, as others have stated, but I LIKE that part! It makes it very easy to conform to the shape of the car. It does "skid" occasionally, but I have found that I have gotten better with it as I use it more.
This one is a great addition to my car care supplies.