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Bridgestone Potenza RE050A 245/35/20 Runflats £56.68 @ Lovetyres

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£56.68 @ Love Tyres
Came across these earlier today. No interest to me (took the runflats off my car within a week of getting it) and it could well be an error on their site, but less than 1/3 of the normal cost so thoug… Read More
Came across these earlier today. No interest to me (took the runflats off my car within a week of getting it) and it could well be an error on their site, but less than 1/3 of the normal cost so thoug…
mushgussie Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago19 Comments
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Ballards
Any other decent tyre deals out there at the moment? Need to replace all four on the strife's car. :( 195/55 R16

I got my last ones from Camskills I think they were called. Michelins, good price.
mushgussie
Sorry... it was a pricing error :(

"Due to an internal error we cannot fulfil your order as the item you have ordered has been displayed at an incorrect price we have now corrected this error and the item is now being displayed at its correct price and we have cancelled your order to allow you to either select the item again at the correct price or source from elsewhere."


Wow, what a poorly written statement!
jamran

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Now showing as £226.72.....Is it me or is it starting to get cold in here?

That's total for 4?


Nope, added 4 to basket comes in at £906.88
Any other decent tyre deals out there at the moment? Need to replace all four on the strife's car. :( 195/55 R16
BMW fitted runflats as standard for years. First thing to get chucked off the car every time, atrocious things especially on bigger wheels
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Nokian WR A3 205/55 R16 H 94XL £31.90(+delivery) lovetyres

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£31.90 @ Love Tyres
Unbelievable price for excellent winter tyre in this size ! Comes out at less than £140 for full set - delivered !!! Reviews: http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyre/Nokian/WR-A3.htm Read More
Unbelievable price for excellent winter tyre in this size ! Comes out at less than £140 for full set - delivered !!! Reviews: http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyre/Nokian/WR-A3.htm
pavel76 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago31 Comments
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I got my Nokian WR D4 set from Blackcircles last winter for £36 each fitted. Still have them on now since the tread is so deep it takes ages to wear down in summer and braking distance is still very good
Smartguy1
You would have to read my first review, post number 5. Sorry I still had it in my head but quite a few posts put after my first one where I said about needing some winter tyres this time last year. I rang the importer who was advertising them at a very good price, not quite as good as this deal but they were manufactured in 2012, so nearly three years old. Rubber deteriorates with age that's all.

Thanks, just read your post in full. Funnily enough, I'm a Mazda 6 owner too! Anyway, when you add these tyres to the basket, they say DOT 2013/14, so a couple of years old
I worked for one of the biggest (the biggest by some measurements) tyre company in the world back in the 1990 into 2000's and I would schedule Nokian branded tyres for production based on an arrangement which were exactly the same tyres as the premium brand other then the stampings that were installed into the moulds branding Nokian! I'm not saying this would defiantly be the case here or know not if this arrangement still exists but I would say there is a chance these tyres are as good as the A1 Premium brand tyre you would all be screaming whoopee do over if they were sold at that price.
WiganLaticsFan
Smartguy1
Read the reviews. I would have bought these had they not been so old. They were at the top of my list but in the end I bought the Avon Ice Touring ST which I couldn't fault at all.http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyre/Nokian/WR-A3.htm
In what way are they old?

You would have to read my first review, post number 5. Sorry I still had it in my head but quite a few posts put after my first one where I said about needing some winter tyres this time last year. I rang the importer who was advertising them at a very good price, not quite as good as this deal but they were manufactured in 2012, so nearly three years old. Rubber deteriorates with age that's all.

Edited By: Smartguy1 on Feb 27, 2016 13:45
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Biggunspaul
Why would anybody buy a tyre that sounds like a mobile phone and has news reports like this about themhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/reuters/article-3465741/Nokian-Tyres-admits-use-better-quality-tyres-tests.html
I'll pass thanks
Dailly mail, nuff said.


REUTERS - dummy.... http://www.reuters.com/article/nokian-tyres-tests-idUSL8N1651AB
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lovetyres.com car tyres prices starting at £7.20

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£7.20 @ Love Tyres
seems to be a price glitch showing tyres for £7.20 each worth a try Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Read More
seems to be a price glitch showing tyres for £7.20 each worth a try Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
backinblack666 Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago26 Comments
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yup cancelled mine too.
Pah cancelled. At least John Lewis gave me £50 today.
Yep mine cancelled too, saying it hasn't took any money on the email though & it has! :/ just waiting for refund now
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Cancelation email received sorry guys you will all get the same next!!!
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Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 225/45/17Y @ Love Tyres - £70.27 + £6 delivery £76.27

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£76.27 @ Love Tyres
Great price for PREMIUM BRANDED 225/45/17 tyres. Delivered to your choice of location. Local fitters will put them on for between £5-10 each. The big Kwik Fit & Halford type garages will charge yo… Read More
Great price for PREMIUM BRANDED 225/45/17 tyres. Delivered to your choice of location. Local fitters will put them on for between £5-10 each. The big Kwik Fit & Halford type garages will charge yo…
londonthing98 Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago58 Comments
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Ricky302
Here's some videos of me driving in the snow with retread winter tyres (the cheapest I could find £19 each) for the doubters out there who think there's no need.

I do 200 miles a day and there's only two roads where I would have problems in the snow, as you can see in the videos with winter tyres no problems at all.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Fantastic! This is why im about to buy smaller rims (18 is the smallest for my car :/) and probably continental TS850P winter tyres. £1200 for the set inc new alloys but well worth it to keep drying if it snows! All the guidelines say the same - if you are stupid enough not to change your tyres then you should use winter tyres all year not summer.
It's false economy not to change though - yes you have bigger outlay but your summer tyres arent being used half the time so last years.
kracker69
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oddballjamie
Gonna be cheap most places at the moment as they are summer tyres.

Who-in the real world changes their tyres in winter? I understand if you live in the wilds you may need to.
My next door neighbor did he had to import from Germany ,why i don't know for his Alfa romeo cost him £500 ......guess what it barley snowed last year

Doesn't have to snow for winter tyres to be effective, they benefit at anything under 7°C.

Bet he had loads of fun in the Alfa over winter and regarding importing tyres, all my tyres for the last 10 years have come from abroad as they are cheaper.
stuellis
Civic EG6
Will these fit my Bugatti Veyron?

No
You could try changing the wheels i'm sure a scrappy would do some steal rims for a fiver each
compadre
oddballjamie
Gonna be cheap most places at the moment as they are summer tyres.

Who-in the real world changes their tyres in winter? I understand if you live in the wilds you may need to.
My next door neighbor did he had to import from Germany ,why i don't know for his Alfa romeo cost him £500 ......guess what it barley snowed last year
Thanks for these threads, I needed to get these done. Just purchased 2x Dunlop SP Sport Bluresponse 205 55R 16 91V from National Tyres for less than £63 each getting a 10% discount if you like on facebook - I have an account just for these purposes :-)

I dont think this is a very good deal but I will stay neutral just now, after fitting etc you are better off looking for a local garage IMHO
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Nokian WR A3 winter tyre 225/45 R17 (other sizes too) £94.90 at Love Tyres

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Nokian Tyres are based in Nokia in Finland (hence the name) and operate the only permanent winter tyre testing facility, so I imagine they know a thing or two about winter tyres. The WR A3 is a hig… Read More
Nokian Tyres are based in Nokia in Finland (hence the name) and operate the only permanent winter tyre testing facility, so I imagine they know a thing or two about winter tyres. The WR A3 is a hig…
loonyjetman Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago16 Comments
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Sorry loonyjetman, didn't mean to start this, was genuine concern that's all, I'm sure you know your limits and how your car behaves.

Reason I finally swapped over was the winter before last my car was useless so I left it at home and used the Missus' Ka or walked. However as we were expecting a little one last December I thought I need to do something incase the weather turns nasty and make the car safer during the winter.

Luckily I was looking in July/August so the prices were still low. My winter options were buy 4 budget 17s and pay to keep swapping over tyres twice a year, buy 2 premium and do the same as you or buy 4 mid range in a smaller size and put them on a spare set of 16s. It cost more initially, however now I swap the wheels when I like at no cost, keep my summer wheels looking nice grit free and when I change cars I can sell the wheels on afterwards.

At least you've not got the attitude that winter tyres are a waste of money in the UK, too many people don't see the benefits all through the cold season.
Jamie200
With winter tyres on the driving wheels and summers on the trailing wheels, you will get out of the drive better and straight traction will be better, but cornering and braking will be unstable, the rear end will slide out on a corner at a speed more than walking pace and it's way more difficult to control.
Fit 4 or don't bother, 4 summer tyres ate easier to control than a mix.

I appreciate everyone's concern and if it's dodgy I will bite the bullet and somehow find the money for 2 more but I drove through the last 2 really awful winters we had (201/12 & 2012/13 I think..?) with M&S tyres on the front without a problem. I drive to the conditions or not at all if it looks too bad. I'm not a loony nor a jetman behind the wheel, the nickname is from an old computer game :)
*are
With winter tyres on the driving wheels and summers on the trailing wheels, you will get out of the drive better and straight traction will be better, but cornering and braking will be unstable, the rear end will slide out on a corner at a speed more than walking pace and it's way more difficult to control.
Fit 4 or don't bother, 4 summer tyres ate easier to control than a mix.
loonyjetman
VDisillusioned
I agree, under braking there is less force on the rear tyres so you are more likely to lose control of the back end .


It depends how much weight transfer (literal and lateral) and friction there is. I 'potter about' in poor conditions but I want improved traction in snow as I've had too many winters getting stuck on slight inclines in the past. During the last 2 bad winters we had I tried winter tyres for the first time and I got to work and back without a problem, slowly but easily passing all sorts of other struggling cars including some 4x4s. If I was in Sweden in winter (oh how I wish!) or driving like the race driver in the video or even if money were no object then I'd go for 4 tyres, absolutely.



Well it's up to you, but as Scotty so correctly put it - "Ye cannae change the laws o' physics"
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Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 225/45/17 - £70.27 @ Love Tyres

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Was looking for some new tyres and ATS wanted £110 each for these, so this looks like a bargain. good reviews to. most garages should only charge you around £5 a wheel to fit your own tyres to. so do… Read More
Was looking for some new tyres and ATS wanted £110 each for these, so this looks like a bargain. good reviews to. most garages should only charge you around £5 a wheel to fit your own tyres to. so do…
chrisgti Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago181 Comments
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Cold - i prefer linglongs

Don't tell me, they love you long time.... ??

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Cold - i prefer linglongs

Don't tell me, they love you long time.... ??
Cold - i prefer linglongs
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Muffy
I don't see how tyres just made from a slightly different compound can help on snow

You clearly have no experience with winter tyres and the difference they make in the winter (especially in sub zero temperature/snow/slush).
For your information the difference between summer and winter tyre is not just in the compound (much softer in winter tyres) but in the thread pattern. The difference in grip is significant, in certain circumstances halving the stopping distance and allowing for taking corners at much higher speed.

Admittedly the need for using winter tyres if driving mainly in the south of England is minimal as there is never any significant period of <7C temperatures with a very rare event of snow or slush - therefore effectively winter tyres would make only sense in Jan/Feb and only when unusually bad cold weather. In Northern, Central and Eastern European countries though - you normally have winter tyres on from November/December till March/April, as there is proper winter there. I would certainly consider using winter tyres in North England and Scotland (no idea about Wales - I thought they still ride the donkeys there).

My car understeers quite badly when fitted with winter tyres; I wouldn't dare go for an enthusiastic drive. Good ones too - Goodyear Wintersport 4D

Well it would be even more so with summer tyres. :)

HERE is quite a good video of the performance of winter tyres.

Well the one time they scared me was when road conditions were good and it wasn't that cold. Have to disagree with you

So not in winter conditions. What did you expect? Winter tyres don't work well in the summer and summer tyres don't in the winer. As a winter tyre user I'm amazed you don't agree they are better in the winter then summer tyres!

I can assure you it was winter...I had the winter tyres on :|

They are very good, the biggest difference is noise - much quieter than the F1 asymmetric 2's. Didn't get any really bad weather last year so maybe I'll change my mind when I get to use them in bad conditions. They just don't inspire me with confidence through the bends when the weather is fair (which a lot of winter days are in England).

Some people are just born to be doubtful of anything and born not to be convinced, best to leave these people to themselves except they could do damage to innocent others.
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Muffy
I don't see how tyres just made from a slightly different compound can help on snow

You clearly have no experience with winter tyres and the difference they make in the winter (especially in sub zero temperature/snow/slush).
For your information the difference between summer and winter tyre is not just in the compound (much softer in winter tyres) but in the thread pattern. The difference in grip is significant, in certain circumstances halving the stopping distance and allowing for taking corners at much higher speed.

Admittedly the need for using winter tyres if driving mainly in the south of England is minimal as there is never any significant period of <7C temperatures with a very rare event of snow or slush - therefore effectively winter tyres would make only sense in Jan/Feb and only when unusually bad cold weather. In Northern, Central and Eastern European countries though - you normally have winter tyres on from November/December till March/April, as there is proper winter there. I would certainly consider using winter tyres in North England and Scotland (no idea about Wales - I thought they still ride the donkeys there).

My car understeers quite badly when fitted with winter tyres; I wouldn't dare go for an enthusiastic drive. Good ones too - Goodyear Wintersport 4D

Well it would be even more so with summer tyres. :)

HERE is quite a good video of the performance of winter tyres.

Well the one time they scared me was when road conditions were good and it wasn't that cold. Have to disagree with you

So not in winter conditions. What did you expect? Winter tyres don't work well in the summer and summer tyres don't in the winer. As a winter tyre user I'm amazed you don't agree they are better in the winter then summer tyres!

I can assure you it was winter...I had the winter tyres on :|

They are very good, the biggest difference is noise - much quieter than the F1 asymmetric 2's. Didn't get any really bad weather last year so maybe I'll change my mind when I get to use them in bad conditions. They just don't inspire me with confidence through the bends when the weather is fair (which a lot of winter days are in England).

Maybe you will think different when you manage to avoid an accident one winter. My brother was very sceptical about winter tyres. One evening we were driving past a steep road we know and my bro said you won't get up there and back down. I drove half way up, did a hill start drove to the top and did a three point turn and went back down. He now converted.

It might be how I drive. I never much think of under steer as an issue at any time of the year. Maybe you are more Lewis Hamilton and I'm more Jenson Button. :)
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Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 (255/35/18) - £129.55 each @ Love Tyres

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Consistently voted in the top tyres by Evo magazine. Considerably cheaper than Camskill and the other online tyre retailers. Yes, you can get Linglongs for half the price but if you're looking at thes… Read More
Consistently voted in the top tyres by Evo magazine. Considerably cheaper than Camskill and the other online tyre retailers. Yes, you can get Linglongs for half the price but if you're looking at thes…
thesanchez Avatar3y, 4m agoFound 3 years, 4 months ago11 Comments
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Got 4 fitted for £500 last summer from tyre trader.

Top performance tyres, even better than the GSD3s I had before especially in the wet. Essential if you drive fast and want to stay on the road!


I had considered the Vredstein as I thought about mid range tyres initially. But for only £10 you get UHP tyres which are simply just better in every way so it's a bit of a no brainer really.
great tyres underated on here though it seems good price thanks
why so cheap
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