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Bosch recently launched the new ICON wiper blades. These bracketless wipers are designed without metal or plastic brackets, joints or hinges, which means their performance is an improvement over conventional wiper blades.

To celebrate their release, Bosch is holding a contest where three lucky Facebook fans (www.facebook.com/BoschAutoParts) will win an experience of a lifetime: an all-expenses-paid, five-night VIP Storm Chasing trip for you and a guest, with Reed Timmer of Discovery Channel’s STORMCHASERS.

Reed is documenting his experience with the Bosch ICON wiper blades in a series of webisodes, the first of which is available to view right now at the FB contest app:

https://www.facebook.com/BoschAutoParts?sk=app_291508557548459

• “Why I Chase” (available to view now)

• “The Dominator” (launches 1/2/12)

• “In The Lab vs. In The Field” (launches 1/23/12)

One lucky HM Magazine reader will win the prize pack  (U.S. winners only.) This prize pack includes:

• A set of Bosch ICON wiper blades ($50 value)

• “Storm Chasers – Season 4” DVD ($55 value)

• A signed copy of Reed Timmer’s book “Into The Storm” ($20 value)

• A Bosch C3 6V/12V Fully Automatic 4-Mode Battery Charger ($70 value)

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