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Toyo Observe G3-Ice 235/45 R17 94 winter Review



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Revainrating 4 out of 5  
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Description of Toyo Observe G3-Ice 235/45 R17 94 winter

The TOYO OBSERVE G3-ICE winter tire model boasts excellent braking performance and stability on ice and wet snow. The tires meet all modern requirements of the STRO organization and have been tested on the most severe winter roads. The optimal arrangement of the studs, together with the unique Microbit technology, allows you to achieve high handling, stability on icy slippery roads and significantly reduce the braking distance. Microbit technology involves the use of microscopic spikes made from natural walnut shells. Its particles sit tightly in the rubber and pierce the ice at different angles...


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

A nice option for the money, one of the best deals.

I bought it on Creta, put 215/65/R16 alloy wheels on my native 16e alloy wheels, despite the width of the 6.0 disk, they got up normally, without any problems, it felt like the car became taller, I checked with the dealer, there shouldn’t be any problems, in terms of warranty.

  • Value for money excellent
  • A bit noisy after 80 km / h, but all the studded tires are noisy.

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Product is disappointing, not what it promises.

My car is Lada Vesta. Rubber has a dimension of 185/65 R15. I "skated" incomplete 2 seasons and, with great joy, changed it to something else, which I dreamed about right away, but the price scared me off. But in vain then the price scared me off or not, I’ll find out further, having driven on my current tires.

  • Of the advantages I can note such things - the price; good traction and handling, but . (see disadvantages)
  • Tires show good grip and handling, but only while new (the first month and a half). Then the loss of spikes begins, a sharp descent down the ladder of pleasant impressions from tires. At the end of the first season, in my subjective and tentative view, the rubber lost 25-30% of the studs. And this is for 5 months of non-aggressive driving. So so indicator.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The best I ever used, recommend it to everybody.

It has effective braking, with the ABS failing only when tested at a temperature of -3 degrees Celsius on snow that rolled out of snow that had not been cleared. Front wheel drive automobile, wheel size 185/70R14. When you apply the handbrake, it rolls to the side in a highly controlled manner, and it rows at a speed of four or more whether it is on packed snow or ice.

Revainrating 3 out of 5

I thought it would be better, but overall not bad.

The R20s are still on the QX80, but the spikes have long since fallen out, leaving only the distinctive tread colors to be seen.

  • The tires are fine for the most part. Not loud or boisterous at all.
  • Few thorns remain in the first-season field.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I was surprised by the quality for this price.

I fully subscribe to the previous review, after installation I felt like I was on an airplane, there is a terrible rumble, it is noticeable to such an extent that you involuntarily think that something is happening with the car, I really hope that it will pass with a run-in, otherwise everything is fine.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

I'm satisfied with it, there are only some small flaws.

Not rated since I just bought it. Rubber in the dimension 185/65/15 is from Malaysia, very soft (and it scares), it stinks terribly of rubber. In appearance - soft sides, the feeling that there will be bumps. According to the tread, it seems that it should both row and divert water, only it’s not very deep.

In the span of 1.5 months, I ran 500 extremely silent kilometers. a -25 and a tiny plus for being exploited. In addition to wet and dry pavement, as well as snow, ice, and ruts. Nothing except pure dirt was present. Not a single spike has been lost. The handling is excellent no matter the weather. And for 2600r a pop, he bought rubber. For comparison, the KamaEuro 2022 costs more than $4,000 when purchased with a spouse and is not appropriate for driving at all, while the Hakka7 2022 costs more

  • Superb tires. In contrast to the "optimal price-quality ratio" favored here, "high quality for modest money" better describes what we offer.
  • No

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Lame product and terrible quality.

I recommend only for comfortable winters. Sold after the first winter. Changed to friction Bridgestone DM2. It has become much safer. I drove TOYO in constant tension. Auto: Pajero 4.

Howdy, folks! I nearly lost my mind trying to decide on a set of tires. Here at this rubber, I chose to rest. There's Japan, and then there's the fact that the price (for my size 195/65 / r15) came to 2500. However, I wasn't alarmed by the lack of notoriety associated with this model because of its novelty and the paucity of online feedback. To sum up: I gambled. There were not many weights, and the tires were balanced. The wind gusted to around 100-120 kph while it poured outside. For what…

  • Production facility: Japan. The cost is reasonable. It's surprisingly quiet!
  • There isn't much turn-in slowness.

Despite the fact that all of the requirements for the other attributes have been met, I will no longer accept this type of rubber. As a point of reference, the car before this one had a studded Cordiant SnoMax. In comparison to Japanese, rubber is loud and tends to float at speeds more than 70 kilometers per hour. However, over the two winters that followed, not a single spike came loose (even when driving on asphalt). I was able to sell it to someone as a little used item, making the…

  • Comfortable - quiet (for studded), soft. It snows quite a little. Made in Japan.
  • Even though I hadn't polished it yet, I had to be extra cautious that first winter because quite a few spikes popped out in front of the vehicle. On occasion, however, I would hear a "bang," which indicated that a spike had been dislodged. Even though I had done it numerous times previously, I had the impression that I had messed up this time. I tried moving the rear wheels forward during the second winter, but I got the same outcome. Now, between 30 and 40 percent of the studs on all four wheels are missing.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Nice product, happy with my purchase and may buy again.

In general, I was pleasantly surprised, for such money . By the way, on an old octave 1.6 205/65 R15 (which moves quietly) a pair of spikes are missing . I ride and rejoice, 4k because of the departed spikes Different pros: Holds well, is inexpensive 185 / 65R15, Nissan Note 1.6, allows you to park in any slush and mud, snowdrifts, the tread has not worn out in two winters Cons: the spikes are gone, but with our weather and my driving, and the low price, I don’t consider it an indicator

Revainrating 3 out of 5

It functions perfectly, nothing unusual.

I have been using Mazda CX5 for 5 years, wear is minimal, the spikes are in place, but the rumble after 70-80, when running in, I was generally horrified by the noise, I thought what the hell I bought.

after a hard of this rubber for half a season, the wheels lack 20 studs on average (I will stud with combat ones) in the ice they caught up with me at the pekryoske, they stopped and read well for rezya. in the snow + porridge on the road with a Subaru XV played tag (I have a tag) before that I had OBSG2, the spikes held better

Revainrating 3 out of 5

A normal product, but they wanted more for the money.

Has pros: 5 seasons 30 t. Km approximately traveled. Wear is minimal. Rows very well in the snow Got cons: The most important minus on ice is not slowed down at all. Worse than this rubber has not yet met. And abs doesn't help. In the first month, a lot of spikes flew out. Ran the first couple of hundred very carefully. But it didn't help.

A lot of people say it's noisy. As for me, like everyone else, it makes noise. Not critical. With its pros: Just a bun on ice. Perfect grip. Drives everywhere. As for the snow - the best tires I've ever had. I just forgot that you can get stuck in snowdrifts. Brakes and accelerates divinely. At the expense of management - as close as possible to summer. Sometimes blows the , but it's still winter. Its cons: Lost a lot of spikes. It seems that it will last for a maximum of 2-3 years. But this

driving mode: very relaxed 80/20 city/highway Term / Mileage: 4 months / 10,000 km. On bare ice, braking is quite weak, starting is challenging, and occasionally it was so bad that I even got trapped on an absurd hill. On rough surfaces like snow, dirt, and oatmeal, generally. On spotless asphalt, average. Heavy braking before entering the skid is premature. Above average noise. 25% of the spikes flew out after one season, which is a lot! Overall: I adore Toyo, but I don't think anyone should

  • Ice has terrible grip. Porridge is moderately bad on snow. The asphalt is noisy from them.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The quality is at the highest level, be sure to try it.

Toyota Observe G3-Ice 1.6L, 195/65/15. I drove it perfectly for a thousand kilometers while checking the weight and there aren't any Munus on the road yet. The pace seems to ease up more so than in the summer. As anticipated, a push is felt at the puddle's mouth, and the vehicle then bites into the asphalt. Like an increase in volume. There is something to be compared to the few occasions I ventured out into the wilderness and rowed like a decent jeep. It is not a shambling shambler; rather, it

  • Stabilizing, reinforcing, shielding
  • At that cost, NO.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great value for the money, definitely recommended!

The country of manufacture of my rubber is Malaysia. My car has a manual transmission, front-wheel drive, weighs 1250 kg, a 2 liter engine, and 150 forces. Its tires are quite decent; yes, they lose their spikes; however, the car steers on them perfectly on asphalt and performs averagely on snow and ice. In Pokemon, the spikes, as I understand it, hold on worse, but they appear to be softer; you can walk 100 km on them with confidence. They are In general, it is up to everyone whether to take…

  • A kind of golden mean: a very strong chord that makes it substantially harder to ride over bumps than on other winter tires, not at all noisy, neither overly soft nor overly harsh to the touch.
  • If you frequently press the gas pedal all the way down and begin with axle boxes, a monodrive will freely drop spikes; nevertheless, the non-drive axle will not lose any spikes at this time.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

I'm completely satisfied with the product, it works.

After reading reviews and testing, I purchased these tires. 185/65 R15 / However, because this winter was not as snowy as previous years and I mostly drove on roads, all the benefits and charms of driving on snow and ice are not strongly felt. Nevertheless, it was of course helpful on occasions when there was ice and many others had already switched to summer tires. This vehicle maintained good traction on the road and generally passed those slowly weaving out of the porridge into the impending

  • Price.
  • You can decline given the cost.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

I'm satisfied, the product is exactly as described.

Smooth and silent, asphalt is ideal for driving. It's great for rowing in the snow and doesn't get too clogged up. Fair on ice, with a rather robust crawl on the ice primer. Dreadful in the muck. Careful driving is required since a skid causes the tread to fill with dirt and the rubber to become slick, like summer tires. Front-wheel drive 1.6 tonne Km missing portions of 10-15 spikes (on drive axle), yet tread is like new; horrible studding; noisy ride. The spikes on the brand new tires were…

  • Cheap. Quiet. Pretty.
  • Subterranean stud. Don't take it for a spin if the roads are muddy.