Pair of Tex-Chain Anti-Skid Snow and Ice Wheel Covers - 2 pack, Various sizes- Reduced to £9 ASDA instore
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Pair of Tex-Chain Anti-Skid Snow and Ice Wheel Covers - 2 pack, Various sizes- Reduced to £9 ASDA instore

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Found 5th Nov
Reduced from £30, ASDA Glasgow, store personnel told me it is nation-wide depends on stock.


  • Ideal for UK Winter conditions


  • Suitable for summer and winter tyres


  • Made with advanced fibre technology


  • Suitable for cars and vans with ABS and ESP


  • Quick solution for grip in snow and ice - Quick fit in 2 minutes
  • TEX-CHAIN gives road tyres the grip they need on snow and ice.

    Be prepared for snowy and icy weather conditions where driving becomes

    difficult, by carrying a set of TEX-CHAIN Anti-Skid Snow and Ice Wheel

    Covers in your vehicle.

    When you find yourself stuck, TEX-CHAIN gives road tyres the grip they

    need on snow and ice. They are an ideal solution to keep you moving in

    winter.

    Although TEX-CHAIN's are not a substitute for winter tyres, they are

    ideal for use in the UK where snowfall is sporadic and often

    short-lived.

    They offer the flexibility to be fitted quickly and easily as and when

    the weather requires and because they can be used again and again, they

    offer a very economical solution.

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epoland1 m ago

Useless product. Specially in the uk



I live in Scotland dude
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Saw these at that price a few weeks ago at Cardiff Bay store

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Darzen4 m ago

Saw these at that price a few weeks ago at Cardiff Bay store



Thanks..I only found it today and posted to see if it help anybody before winter
Edited by: "kkthomask" 5th Nov

Anybody used these?

Useless product. Specially in the uk

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epoland1 m ago

Useless product. Specially in the uk



I live in Scotland dude

Explain why useless please

These have saved me 3x getting stuck in snow going uphill having a heavy 7 seater

I've had various versions of these over the last 10 years, got a few pairs knocking around that no longer fit our cars. One of the first was a product called AutoSock. We used to use live on a cul-de-sac (In the north of England) which rarely got gritted and was on a slight incline. These got my wife and I out on to the main road (and on our way to work) many times, while our neighbors simply weren't able to get enough grip. They are fiddly to put on, especially if you have little clearance between the tyre and the wheel arch, but easy to remove. IMO, worth having a set in the boot in case you get stuck, but they wear out rapidly once on clear tarmac. They can give you that tiny bit of extra friction just to get you out of a fix. If these work as good as the ones I've used in the past, I think they're a bargain at £9.

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wrongmark2 m ago

I've had various versions of these over the last 10 years, got a few pairs …I've had various versions of these over the last 10 years, got a few pairs knocking around that no longer fit our cars. One of the first was a product called AutoSock. We used to use live on a cul-de-sac (In the north of England) which rarely got gritted and was on a slight incline. These got my wife and I out on to the main road (and on our way to work) many times, while our neighbors simply weren't able to get enough grip. They are fiddly to put on, especially if you have little clearance between the tyre and the wheel arch, but easy to remove. IMO, worth having a set in the boot in case you get stuck, but they wear out rapidly once on clear tarmac. They can give you that tiny bit of extra friction just to get you out of a fix. If these work as good as the ones I've used in the past, I think they're a bargain at £9.


Thanks for the most informative comment. Cheers

Which Asda store in Glasgow?

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Govan and Newton Mearns
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