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Pirelli Ice Zero FR 255/45 R20 105H winter Review



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Revainrating 4.5 out of 5  
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Description of Pirelli Ice Zero FR 255/45 R20 105H winter

Pirelli Winter Ice Zero Friction The Pirelli Winter Ice Zero Friction winter tire has been announced by the Italian manufacturer just recently. It is positioned by him as a universal model suitable for installation on any modern cars and providing a very high level of safety in severe winters in the countries of Northern Europe and Russia. Being a novelty, this tire contains in its design many years of successful experience of the Italian company in this field. Tread with increased number of blocks Unlike most previous non-studded models, this tire has a tread design with a symmetrical design....


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The first winter tire that pleased with the operation in the winter Pros below: Really quiet tires. Excellent drainage. Snow porridge behaves well. Ice is predictable, it was the braking on how many sections that pleased me. Some cons: Not exactly a disadvantage. But the rubber has tight sidewalls, due to this, it behaves harshly when moving over bumps (jumps)

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Do not hesitate to buy, the quality is amazing for the price.

During the previous winter season, I drove 12 tons on this rubber. I am in a position to suggest that motorists in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong region, and regions to the south purchase this particular brand of tire. An indicator of price and quality - on fire! Various advantages: fantastic rowing in the snow (never got stuck in the winter on the Volvo S40 puffer), generally for a friction tire keeps on ice, on dry / wet asphalt proved to be good durable, acceptable wear each season excellent…

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The perfect product for any user!

I doubted to take spikes or Velcro, the opinions of the environment differed about the choice of rubber, but I took it at my own peril and risk. I have never regretted the purchase. Some pros: Quiet and soft rubber, now I can not stand the rustle of spikes Holds the road with a bang whether it's porridge, then dry asphalt, then an ice crust. Some cons: The car jumps out of the rut in the yards badly, but this is not a minus of this rubber, but of the entire friction.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I was surprised by the quality for this price.

Everything, in general, is of very high quality. Convenient split payment. Fast delivery. I treat myself to two of them. The replacement of two wheels, first individually and then as a set, in a methodical manner. Since I hadn't set it up yet, here we are in the dead of winter. Pirelli is the superior brand unless I decide to put on some Chinese tires. Despite the fact that it is obvious that this is not the most costly series, I am pleased with the automobile.

  • Excellent tires. Affordable cost. Availability of the product. The option to pay for anything in installments or in portions. Tires have a good grip on the road, and overall, it's the greatest option for the city. Ford Mondeo IV - completely content.
  • Noisy.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The best thing I've ever used, I recommend it to everyone!

The most positive experience. A couple of times "yawned" - rescued. It's no exaggeration to say if you don't know what to choose for a large city. That's it. Its pros: Left for 2 seasons. The impressions are the most positive. Of the 4 wheels, one was poorly balanced. For St. Petersburg, that's it. Spikes are not needed. Cons: Be prepared that with balancing it will not be 5+ Tolerable. Re-balanced in the middle of the season. All problems are gone.

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Quality is disappointing, the product is bad.

Led to numerous positive reviews, which are very mild. In fact, tougher than my summer Pirelli made in Germany. There is no snow yet, so I can’t download anything about its cross-country ability.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Best thing for the money, glad I did it.

The rubber is simply wonderful after the spikes, especially in terms of riding comfort: it is very quiet and soft. I enjoyed everything, including how well everything handled on wintery surfaces. Velcro is undoubtedly less effective than spikes on bare ice, but early ice testing showed that you can drive normally on ice provided you proceed slowly and cautiously. But the rubber moves swiftly, confidently, and over snowy porridge, puddles, and frozen asphalt. After two seasons of skating, you…

  • Rubber is silent, soft, and tenacious; it is not slippery in the snow and is not buoyant in puddles.
  • discovered no errors

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great product, a pleasure to use.

When compared to the city's spikes, this is a blessing. Tires that are soft and silent perform well on both asphalt and snow. Careful navigation is required on snowy surfaces, but they make quick work of paddling through drifts and slush. This is particularly useful in the city during mild winters. Well, you don't click on the asphalt with spikes, which is a huge bonus, and you can switch shoes in the off-season and the tires will still feel fantastic.

  • work fine on slush and oatmeal.
  • Not yet located

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Just super, the product is made wonderfully, very satisfied.

Hong Kong, Vaz 2112. 175/65 r14. climate -2/+10 Rubber is silent and cozy. Not even at speeds beyond 140 km/h. Nevertheless, it is in sync with the factory Shumkov (that is, without it), so keep that in mind: (1.6 is not a motor.) I also hear asphalt and rubber, much as in a summertime Yokohama. That's a lie. Once, as I was nearly coming to a complete stop while braking on dry city pavement with the window open, I heard Pirelli. Ice, snow, and fanaticism all move through with no issues…

  • quiet, affordable, dependable, and tenacious.
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Revainrating 4 out of 5

What you need, a cool purchase, I advise you.

The decision was made for this model because there was a restricted selection of rubber in my size (and there was no specific urge to change the size). I've had daily operation experience on various surfaces from November to February (about 9,000 km of running on them), therefore I feel ready to write. Hong Kong region operating circumstances. In contrast to Hong Kong time, the region's roads are hardly ever cleaned, with the exception of the main ones, and even then not always. As a result…

  • The Skoda Kodiaq 2.0 TSI 4x4 215 65 17 103 is where I mounted it. Quiet. Excellent behavior on all surfaces except ice, and while ordinary ice is still quite predictable in the cold and does not create much panic, on wet ice, things are not at all good at 0 degrees and a little higher. Everything is good with the remaining coverings, including porridge, snow, water, dry asphalt, and country roads. In the Hong Kong area, rowing is also typical when navigating snowdrifts to park a car (because we don't clear the yards).
  • The ice is the weak link, as is to be expected with friction tires. plus wet ice. Everything is perfectly normal when "frosty" is around. ABS rarely activates and only when the brakes are applied vigorously, as when driving through a heavy layer of snow, which is, in my opinion, rather predictable.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The best thing for the money, Im glad I chose this option.

About eight or nine thousand people sped off on it over the winter. Very assured behind the wheel. It starts out on the ice without sliding, stops with assurance, and maintains its trajectory around turns. I rode it in the snow, on ice, and on the naked asphalt — anywhere it could be found at 5+. The level of comfort was also up to par; I made a conscious decision to forego the spike and have no remorse about it. The tires performed well (80/20) on the city track, and there is no sign of wear.

  • calm, tenacious, and powerful
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Revainrating 5 out of 5

One of the best offers, glad I bought it.

I'll begin with the drawbacks. Winter is coming, so I changed my shoes early this year out of fear, but after the first frosts, the heat returned. They don't behave well on the pavement here, which is a positive; they almost seem to float. However, given that the tires are still winter and that they were made for driving on ice, this is probably expected. Here, at zero and minus, they begin to function flawlessly. I didn't even go to the "skating rink" for experimentation's sake, but ice zeros…

  • Silence. Move slowly. excellent grip qualities. The brakes work really well.
  • Positive temperatures (from +10 and above) do not agree with them.

Revainrating 1 out of 5

I will never repeat this purchase.

20th year 40 week rubber release purchased. reacts nicely when on asphalt. I went to the dacha for m2, but after the first snowstorm, I was unpleasantly startled. When barely changing lanes, the automobile started to drag. One little snowy ledge has accumulated between the rows. Speed ​​70-80. turns out to be highly unpredictable. There weren't any such issues before there was a yokagama. Really unhappy with this tire.

  • Quiet. road adheres firmly to pavement
  • It performs admirably in light snow.

Interesting Velcro, they still perform worse on ice than spikes, but there is a sense of resilience. They don't produce any noise at all, unlike studs, and they still ride nicely on slick roads. The advantage of studded wheels is vividly apparent only on a steep hill, where my Velcro failed. I didn't regret buying and installing them last year. But since it doesn't happen often, I'll pardon. decent tires.

  • tough, dependable, and long-lasting.
  • Everything is acceptable

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I am amazed at how well the product is made, just magically!

The stud-studded Hakkapelitta 9 SUV on the BMW X3 was too noisy for me, so I swapped it out for a Pirelli. I entered the tire shop wearing spikes when it was snowing on the street, and I left wearing this Velcro without noticing the difference. Driving seems to be identical to that on a studded tire, with the exception of ice. Since the rubber's manufacturer changed its composition, it is best to purchase manufacturing no earlier than 2022.

  • Silence Drive comfortably driving in snow, slush, and on wet pavement
  • Until I learned