Vredestein - Wintrac 4Xtreme - 255/55R19 111V - Winter Tyre £38.80 [oos but orderable at this price] @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Vredestein - Wintrac 4Xtreme - 255/55R19 111V - Winter Tyre £38.80 [oos but orderable at this price] @ Amazon

£38.80 @ Amazon
Currently not in stock, but very good price for this tyre. Also the Vredestein - Wintrac Xtreme - 255/35R19 96W are £53
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Currently not in stock, but very good price for this tyre.

Also the Vredestein - Wintrac Xtreme - 255/35R19 96W are £53
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#1
showing out of stock
1 Like #2
if they'll bring it back in stock in August, it's no good then ;)
#3
Are they selling winter in bundle?
#4
Cheers have ordered
1 Like #5
Winter is coming
1 Like #6
I bought some Nokians about 3 winters ago. Although I'm disappointed we have had no significant snow since, winter tyres have been really grippy in the cold, frost and perform so much better at anything below about 8 degrees.
#7
good price for the tyre
how's that then if they haven't got any?
Cold for a pointless post.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
3 Likes #8
It would be a good price for these, but they are OOS so pointless deal- why are people voting hot for something they cant get?????
1 Like #9
BlackCloud
I bought some Nokians about 3 winters ago. Although I'm disappointed we have had no significant snow since, winter tyres have been really grippy in the cold, frost and perform so much better at anything below about 8 degrees.

Got Nokians for my wife's car this winter and couldn't agree more!
2 Likes #10
Wow, HUKD top-post:
"Excellent price on this out of stock item"

Okay - but if this item was actually in stock, any guarantee it would still be this price? No. Any indication of when stock might arrive? Is this actually a deal at all - when really, we could all go and find something hidden away on a website that is an "excellent price" yet there is no stock of.
And yet again people blindly hit the "hot" button - Top deal there bud! I won't order me any of those OOS items, but here, have an up-vote.
#11
Hmmm it is a good price but it shows OOS so no one's actually getting a good deal here.
banned 1 Like #12
Voted hot! Dont vote cold just because the deal doesnt exist
#13
Oos at presenter. .. chances are they will get them back in worth the order I say. Voted hot.
#14
Some people should buy a set just so they could stack them up and use it as their new pedestal.
#15
Wet grip E, No thanks.
2 Likes #16
Stoofa
Wow, HUKD top-post:
"Excellent price on this out of stock item"

Okay - but if this item was actually in stock, any guarantee it would still be this price? No. Any indication of when stock might arrive? Is this actually a deal at all - when really, we could all go and find something hidden away on a website that is an "excellent price" yet there is no stock of.
And yet again people blindly hit the "hot" button - Top deal there bud! I won't order me any of those OOS items, but here, have an up-vote.


​​This one doesn't bother me too much. You're right though, it's not really a deal if nobody can get it right now.

HUKD used to be about proper bargains, glitches etc. Now you get people posting stuff at RRP as a bargain which gets voted hot.

It's flooded with useless deals that are voted hot like this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aldi-2-1-air-fryer-29-99-instore-online-2589985 which makes it difficult to see where the proper deals are. Thankfully there's still that odd one or two deals a week which are proper deals.
#17
Should be expired If not in stock
#18
When is a payment taken by Amazon, if you place an order for temporary out of stock products?
#19
BlackCloud
I bought some Nokians about 3 winters ago. Although I'm disappointed we have had no significant snow since, winter tyres have been really grippy in the cold, frost and perform so much better at anything below about 8 degrees.

Great value since we have had plenty of days where the temperature has been below 7 to warrant the need for them.


Stoofa
Wow, HUKD top-post:
"Excellent price on this out of stock item"
Okay - but if this item was actually in stock, any guarantee it would still be this price? No. Any indication of when stock might arrive? Is this actually a deal at all - when really, we could all go and find something hidden away on a website that is an "excellent price" yet there is no stock of.
And yet again people blindly hit the "hot" button - Top deal there bud! I won't order me any of those OOS items, but here, have an up-vote.

Stoofa
Wow, HUKD top-post:
"Excellent price on this out of stock item"
Okay - but if this item was actually in stock, any guarantee it would still be this price? No. Any indication of when stock might arrive? Is this actually a deal at all - when really, we could all go and find something hidden away on a website that is an "excellent price" yet there is no stock of.
And yet again people blindly hit the "hot" button - Top deal there bud! I won't order me any of those OOS items, but here, have an up-vote.


Just hit the expire button or report it to be expired.
#20
mcguire85
Winter is coming
when?
#21
bigboy2007
When is a payment taken by Amazon, if you place an order for temporary out of stock products?
When you place the order - I've just canceled an order for a book I ordered for xmas - realised its still not shipped so cancelled and received an immediate refund
#22
BlackCloud
I bought some Nokians about 3 winters ago. Although I'm disappointed we have had no significant snow since, winter tyres have been really grippy in the cold, frost and perform so much better at anything below about 8 degrees.


​love my nokians.. significantly noisier in the car though. however I have got stuck before in the snow and wouldn't want that again! so nokians it is!
3 Likes #23
plane_boy2000
bigboy2007
When is a payment taken by Amazon, if you place an order for temporary out of stock products?
When you place the order - I've just canceled an order for a book I ordered for xmas - realised its still not shipped so cancelled and received an immediate refund

No they don't. Amazon only charge you on dispatch.

Order now and we'll deliver when available. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. Your account will only be charged when we dispatch the item.


Edited By: topss on Jan 01, 2017 11:48
#24
Would these be better in the summer than the cheapest normal tyres that I have?
1 Like #25
BrianSewell
Voted hot! Dont vote cold just because the deal doesnt exist
0 deals posted, member for 3 weeks and telling everybody else how to vote!
oO



Edited By: Jinkyjerry on Jan 01, 2017 13:13
#26
thought this was another tyre sale, got some pirelli pzero's last march, currently selling for 185 but they were just under 63 a corner, oh well will have to wait and see if it happens again.
#27
good price
1 Like #28
Darzen
Wet grip E, No thanks.

I think that because they test the wet grip in the summer. So my tyre fitter says anyway. If they did the tests on a like for like basis, you may find your summer tyres wet grip when it's four or five degrees a grade E when in the summer it will be grade A. It's only a guide anyway and I used to buy only grade A wet grip. I'm running Avons at present grade A wet and they are crap in the wet compared to previously fitted Goodyear be Dunlop. They wheel spin all the time so not sure what car they got their rating on but it can't have been a torquey diesel.
#29
...and as for winter tyres. I've been a car owner for 24 years now. my earliest cars having no power steering or ABS. in those 24 years I've had zero crashes, zero near misses (due to my fault) and died zero times. When the weather gets bad, adjust your driving style and save yourself some money.
#30
Jonnyblock
Would these be better in the summer than the cheapest normal tyres that I have?


No 100% absolutely no.
Winter tyres only bring any benefit at 7 oC or below. Some are absolutely woeful in the wet as well.
#31
We run these, epic tyres! They find traction where we would usually struggle, work equally as well on wet grass as well! Great price. A lot of Land Rover owners run them all year round.

Edited By: tjhol on Jan 01, 2017 17:24: Spelling
1 Like #32
Stoofa
...and as for winter tyres. I've been a car owner for 24 years now. my earliest cars having no power steering or ABS. in those 24 years I've had zero crashes, zero near misses (due to my fault) and died zero times. When the weather gets bad, adjust your driving style and save yourself some money.

That's perfectly fine over here where we have little snow and I agree about adjusting to suit the conditions but I think those who live further in the north will disagree. I would have agreed with you 100% but early part of last year I travelled to Austria and in Germany and Austria in the winter season, winter tyres are mandatory. You can get away with summer tyres providing you carry snow chains with you but my car won't accept snow chains so a set of winter tyres were purchased. I run a Mazda 6 diesel and even with that big heavy lump of an engine over the front wheels the car is absolute **** in the snow on normal tyres. However, stick a set of winters on and the car is transformed in the snow. I couldn't believe the grip. When you're up in the mountains and it's snowing it's nice to know you can keep moving. If we had more snow over here they would be more popular. Where I live it's flat. We may get a couple of inches of snow a year and haven't bothered putting the winter tyres on as there seems no point just going to work and back but if it gets bad then they will be on the car.
#33
Amazon are getting more underhand by the day.
I ordered something that was oos at a good price as I was happy to wait. They sent me an email cancelling it stating it was discontinued even though it was still there to buy. customer service said it was removed from the site (I sent them a link) they then said fair enough but not from Amazon as seller (sent them a link) they then said 'your right order it again' I said for 50 quid more I'm not. Then came the best excuse I have ever heard. 'The one you ordered was discontinued and not available anymore but we got more from another supplier where it's not discontinued and is available' Genius.
Just a warning that Amazon customer service is not what it once was!
#34
markymark34
Jonnyblock
Would these be better in the summer than the cheapest normal tyres that I have?
No 100% absolutely no.
Winter tyres only bring any benefit at 7 oC or below. Some are absolutely woeful in the wet as well.

The reason I went with the new Nokians (WR D4?) for my wife's car - rated A in the wet in some sizes and B for all other sizes. Granted we haven't really had any snow to really test them but it's been wet and below 7c quite a lot and I don't worry when she's out in those conditions anymore (she's not the best driver in the Summer let alone the Winter lol).

https://www.nokiantyres.com/winter-tyres/nokian-wr-d4/

Edited By: bellboys on Jan 04, 2017 15:20

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