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Sailun Ice Blazer WST3 225/60 R18 104T winter Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5  
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Description of Sailun Ice Blazer WST3 225/60 R18 104T winter

Winter studded tire Sailun Ice Blazer WST3 is designed for use on passenger cars moving in changeable winter conditions in European regions. The Ice Blazer WST3 model was created taking into account the weather and road features of the winter period. The Sailun Ice Blazer WST3 is characterized by quick and precise steering responses and high performance on ice and snow. The directional tread design, produced using a computer simulation program, combines the latest developments in the production of winter tires. The optimal distribution of the studs allowed for excellent grip on the icy road surfa...


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Valuable purchase, nothing but pluses!

in general, if you just throw up on it (rubber) around the city, then it is more than excellent for its price, but if you like intense driving . this will not suit you

  • good tires for the money. strong, survived a couple of very strong flights into the pits (thanks to the roads of 2022) For a quiet ride, it’s quite suitable
  • poorly digests an unstable coating such as porridge, behaves not quite stable at high speeds, does not like sharp maneuvers, does not drain water well

The drawing is beautiful, but I'm one of those who choose rubber according to the drawing. You won't find better for the money. There is a spike, it’s not a lot of it, but it’s enough to move in Siberia at least somehow (I hope I’ll survive this winter on it). Someone wrote that it is smaller in width than stated, nonsense, your old rubber is worn out and it’s stupid to apply it to the new one and see that the sailoon is 1.5-3 cm narrower. Your old rubber is already convex, and this new one is…

  • Price (although it used to cost 2 times cheaper, but enough to live in the past, you need to move with the times) And time dictates its own rules and says take China, brother.
  • The price, paradoxically 6030 for a balloon r17 225/50 on 10/26/2022

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Best I have ever used, great product for anyone!

The issue of purchasing winter tires emerged in the fall of 2022. When Viatti had to choose between Cordiant and Sailun, a trusted friend advised him to consider Sailun. I didn't have any regrets because I enjoyed the tires; I had previously been using Bridgestone IceCruiser 7000s. the first image after 800 kilometers. It ended up being 15178

  • The new tires are in good condition, and the car drives predictably on the road and in the snow.
  • No indication

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Good quality product, I rate this purchase excellent.

Let's just say that I'm looking forward to the colder months of the year. I'll look into it and get back to you. I have high hopes that the first impressions will be just as positive as they were at the fall management. Pros: Not dear! Soft! Really well done! Up to the point where I had to drive through the snow and ice! On slippery asphalt, during a brief spell of chilly weather, when at the peak! There are not any dumpsters here! The balancing turned out quite good. Various disadvantages…

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Poor quality, not worth the money.

The tires are not very noisy, they hold the road very badly, it’s a little powdered with snow and that’s it, it doesn’t slow down, it blows away in corners, it’s dangerous to ride them in winter

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great value for money, one of the best offers.

The spikes are well fixed, made to last. Bought at the beginning of autumn, in advance for the winter season. Our temperatures are low, it reaches -30, and this rubber is soft, respectively, good grip on a snowy surface.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A good quality product, I rate this purchase perfectly.

When I took these tires, I thought that because of the low cost they would last only one season, but as it turned out, I was very mistaken. Despite the price, the rubber is of high quality, the spikes are all in place, wear is minimal.

The trade-off between cost and quality results in an outstanding product. Possesses positive qualities such as acoustic comfort, stability on a variety of surfaces, and a fair price. Con: They do not begin "working" right away; rather, this occurs approximately 250 kilometers after the vehicle has been broken in.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

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

Pleasantly surprised by the arrival on the fifth floor on the icy concrete of an open parking lot, at a temperature of -15 ° C on the rear wheel drive. Visually it looks bigger than it really is.

  • Excellent grip on snowy and icy roads Braking and acceleration predictable The braking distance on snow and ice is minimal Minimal roll and good cornering stability on low profile tires 225/45 r17 Medium roll and stability on high profile tires 205/60 r16 Understandable behavior in a rut Excellent combination of price and quality at the beginning of 2022
  • Noisy on the run Slightly increased braking distance on dry pavement

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Nice price, good quality.

Less than a month of actual use is all we have so far. Although I did not have the opportunity to judge the road's durability at this time, my initial impressions are positive. Before, there existed the Nokia Nordman5, which customers were shown in the salon before making a purchase. Especially in light of his standards. Not that I could tell; perhaps just the Nordman was little quieter. does not repeat itself endlessly (unlike many cheap tires). You won't even feel like you're skating or…

  • The Road's Price Behavior
  • Rather loud (but not crucial)

Revainrating 4 out of 5

It was a reasonable purchase, will order more.

3 part. Changing lanes in snow on a low track (I haven't experienced a high track yet) causes a minor toss of the rear axle, but on a smoother track, everything is good. The tires perform admirably on wet road and wet snow (I used the same setting for both). They have no trouble moving, stopping, or speeding up in the snow (if the snow is rolled to a depth of 1 cm or less). My entire break-in lasted for a total of 1,003 kilometers at a maximum speed of 100 kilometers per hour. For brief moments

  • 1 part! I previously used Gislaved Nord Frost 100 tires on my car. Oh, how let down I am by them. When I acquired them in addition to the automobile, I did so with the expectation that I would be using them for a minimum of three more months. Seriously, I did. They broke down frequently; the ABS crunched occasionally; the ESP kicked in perpetually; the tires had zero hook; the disk buckled when it hit a curb stone; and they had no braking effectiveness in oatmeal. It's 2022 and I've read numerous reviews claiming that the gislaved originally imported from Europe are no longer the same ones. The rubber was 15 years old, there were no spikes on it (or rather, there was what was left, the spine), and I also have a 15gv automobile, which means, while it is not a fact, that the car was sold on this rubber. My only guess as to why they acted so strangely is because I got the automobile from a girl who, judging by the lack of summer tires, also used the vehicle in the summer. On a frozen road they showed themselves very cool, they worked like friction clutches (Velcro), but as soon as a small crust of ice or snow porridge, then everything is like flying in the summer, you don't know where. To sum up, I was really upset about it. Kama Euro tires, either size 519 or 219, didn't just "pearl" on ice norms on my old car (a Nissan Note), but after five seasons of driving, 60% of the spikes were still in place (I'm not lying, I was shocked myself, I got tires from scratch and drove myself).
  • Part 2! Let's talk SAYLUNS now. Attractive because of the low cost (3.100) and favorable ratings. If all popular tire brands, including Goodyear, Michelin, Nokian, and others, were a thousand dollars cheaper, or even one and a half or two, I would buy them. But the economy was sending a different message. At first, I opted for Nokian Nordman 7s, Yokohamas of some sort, and recognizable brands of tires costing around $5.000 per. The total cost of 4 tires troubled me, as I mentioned before. I had already decided to purchase the Viati Brina Nordico, and whatever else was in the name, but I changed my mind after stumbling across a video about sailoons on YouTube. Sauylun VST 1 was the first model I saw, although it was already obsolete. After delving deeper into this manufacturer through online reading and video, I stumbled upon SAILUN VST 3. The tire, now. Review was delayed because testing on icy, snowy roads was impossible. Slush, dry asphalt, and snowy asphalt were all that could be found. Over a thousand miles have been put on them by myself. The protruding parts appear to be complete. The car is very quiet despite the spikes in the road, while there is some noise and a rumble on the asphalt, similar to that of prior Gislaveds (on them, Gislaveds, as if the bearings were humming at all four hubs). They keep it firmly planted on the road even while accelerating straight ahead or making a sharp curve (both of which are prone to skidding when using spikes). Recently there was ice, and it manifested itself clearly; yet, in certain areas, the ice was not very strong; however, when I drove through these areas, I saw no ice at all, not even in turns (where the drift increased somewhat more than on dry asphalt, but was still under control). carried on in the feedback

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A good quality product, I rate this purchase perfectly.

However, I found that the tire performed admirably, at least in my case. Also, I can say with certainty that they won't be sorry they got a new dad for the drive axle instead of a bu because they'll lose more money on the bu. The Cailoon Blnzer VTS3 was one of the least expensive options available in the 205/60R16 size, so I opted to buy it instead of the Sava Eskimo winter tires and super tires I had been using for the previous three vehicles. To be honest, I don't know much about Hapelite 8…

I recently purchased a 235/45/17 tire for my Passat b7. Although the previous vehicle was equipped with Michelin X-Ice North 4 tires, I opted not to acquire this set because their price exceeded 10% of the vehicle's fair market value. Made a decision to eat Chinese food. In theory, I get my money's worth, but the excessive noise means I'll probably switch tires before the next season. Although the trade wind appears to be a silent vehicle, its rubber kills any sense of relaxation inside. People

  • Even at -25, it's still solid; it's worth a nickel.
  • As if all four wheel bearings had finally arrived, the one my size makes a terrible grinding noise.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Satisfactory product quality, good price.

Everyone claims that the tires are noisy, common people. If you want silence, purchase a linden. Any winter tires with spikes will be noisy. I then moved from half-bald Nordman 5 to this rubber, which proved to be quieter than Nordman 5 when it was brand-new. As a result, rubber is a worthwhile investment; I don't regret purchasing it, especially given that this is the most cost-effective offer available for sizes of this size, whereas renowned manufacturers demand 35–40k each set.

  • In total, at the time of 11/08/2022, I received 15600 for my top earnings of 225x45x17. Since the weather conditions varied from dry asphalt to wet to snow and ice, I only noticed at the end of the week what kind of rubber I was rolling and how it behaved. So. Dry pavement, exceptional traction, little lateral drift, and no trembling during rapid turns. If you're not a speed racer, wet asphalt is actually rather good. Snow, rowing with complete assurance, and any rebuilding on porridge don't cause any issues, much like a tank in general.
  • On ice, honestly, with or without spikes, it retains only mediocrely; nonetheless, if there are no sudden accelerations, it is sufficient for everyday driving. Therefore, tires are not appropriate for mom racers. You'll also injure people and distance yourself from them.