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Toyo Observe G3-Ice 285/60 R18 120T winter Review



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Revainrating 4 out of 5  
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Description of Toyo Observe G3-Ice 285/60 R18 120T 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, thereby providing the best braking. You can quickly order tires TOYO OBSERVE G3-ICE in the online store Euro-diski.ru. Tires have: • Reduced noise level; • High safety; • Very effective braking on ice; • Excellent directional stability (tread protrusion in the shoulder area improves stability on snowy roads); Durable and soft rubber structure will retain its qualities at low temperatures.


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Revainrating 1 out of 5

Disgusting, dissatisfied with the purchase.

Only for those who enjoy a cozy winter would I recommend. After the first winter, it was put up for sale. Bridgestone DM2 low-friction tires have been substituted. It is now far less dangerous. I was anxious the entire time I was driving the TOYO. Auto: Pajero 4.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

I did not regret the purchase, everything is fine.

For the amount of money, I must say that I was pleasantly surprised overall. By the way, two of the spikes are missing from an older octave tire with the size 1.6 205/65 R15, which glides quite quietly. I ride, and I am overjoyed that the spikes have been removed from the course. With its positives being: It is possible to park in any slush and mud as well as snowdrifts, and the tread has not worn out in two winters despite the fact that the tire has a size of 185/65R15 and a model number of…

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Nothing special, there are positives and negatives.

The R20s are on the QX80, I drive calmly, not aggressively, but the spikes have fallen out, although the colored stripes on the tread are still visible.

  • In general, the tires are not bad. Not very noisy and soft.
  • The field of the first season has practically no thorns left.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Valuable purchase, nothing but pluses!

I bought my father-in-law for a Ford Mondeo 4. After that I drove several times, about 300 km. Management is excellent, the noise level is within limits. On my car Yoka 65th is clearly louder))

I bought myself a Lacheti, drove off the winter, I didn’t like it ! bought thought that will meet my expectations, but alas! spikes fly out, rowing is bad, and not very good on ice, so my rating is 3! I will look for new wheels on the trail of the winter))) good luck and good roads to everyone !

Revainrating 4 out of 5

A reliable product, quality is acceptable.

Not rated since I just bought it. Rubber in the dimension 185/65/15 is from Malaysia, very soft (and this is scary), 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.

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Ive never seen anything worse! A terrible purchase.

Haven't seen awful wheels. After driving in retirement for a period of four months, fifteen percent of the studs fell off. It looks as though three years have passed since the surviving spikes lost their sharp aspect. Rubber wear is ridiculous. The spikes have been removed due to wear. I'm sorry, but I have no idea where this g is. Respect to the salespeople who strive to promote this rubber product by claiming that it is superior to other types of rubber. Get as far away from these points of…

  • It is round.
  • Dangerous to one's life!

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Worst product for the money, wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

I bought it two years ago on a Peugeot 3008 (215_60_16), after the first season 40% of the spikes flew off in an unknown direction, the second season has not ended yet, but there are no spikes at all! It stands on the original discs, but is balanced due to the lack of spikes just awful (weights from 25 to 50). Hernias and screws were never.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

An ideal product for any type of consumer.

On a CR-V, I took 6700 for 225/60 18 ". I covered 4,000 miles, largely on the racetrack. Excellent directional stability; the automobile always stops with a margin of safety, even when traveling at 130 km/h in a snow lane. I'm not sure if it's true, but it appears like the rubber itself has some kind of friction compound added in addition to the studding. Regardless, it seems better than the fifth gislaved. The pace could not be maintained at 300, so he even gave up; the spikes are still in…

  • 1. Roadway traction 2. Price
  • There are none that are crucial.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Reliable purchase, guaranteed to be a good purchase.

Put on UAZ Patriot 255 75 16, I was very surprised by the silence - you can’t hear the spikes from the word at all, nothing buzzes, softly, etc. In general, I am very surprised at the comfort. In terms of wear resistance and strength, there is nothing to say yet.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

The product is good, there are only a few minor flaws.

235/45 p18 Overall, I was happy with the rubber and decided to keep the car. The well-maintained road gets quieter as more spikes fly out. Always go nodo slowly and maintain a safe distance. Operation in Hong Kong: Any climbs or ice never let us down as we leave the city. The rubber is five years old and started lowering in the winter. Thinking they had fixed everything, I was wrong; the wheels are still descending. An honest four overall, Viking 7 selected the Continental as a successor.

  • foreseeable rides
  • There were hardly no thorns remained by the third year.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A great option for this money, I definitely recommend it!

I bought it on Creta, installed 215/65/R16 alloy wheels on my native 16e alloy rims, and despite the width of the 6.0 disk, they climbed up normally, without any problems. Despite the fact that it seemed as though the car had become higher, I checked with the dealer, and there shouldn't be any issues in terms of the warranty.

  • Value for money excellent
  • After 80 kilometers per hour, there is a slight increase in noise, but this is normal for studded tires.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Everything in the purchase suits, a very necessary product.

I just purchased it and installed it!" I traveled almost 100 km, and everything is great! Noise?) Well, it's still on asphalt with studded tires!) Belshina represented summer. beautiful in her wake. Prior to that, I traveled on Hake 5 in the winter by the noisiest car. The tires didn't seem to be as noisy to me! I'm content thus far in general!) Wait till the winter to read the next review; perhaps the shoals will show up, but so far I'm content!)

  • Made in Japan, NOT in Russia! Soft and provides excellent traction on asphalt!
  • Noisy, but doesn't buzz as much as Khaki!)

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A great option for this money, I definitely recommend it!

Purchased on December 1, 2022 for a brand-new automobile. Because they were out of gislaved NF100, which I really wanted, I ended up buying these instead, and I'm glad I did. Because I drive a lot on a variety of vehicles, I have a lot of experience that I can draw from when comparing myself to others. Unquestionably superior to Nordman, Hakka 7 produces the same amount of volume with significantly less background noise when set to the same level. In terms of the noise, the rumble seemed to…

  • Price. Ice and snow are held on well by this material.
  • In the first season, only 15% of the spikes on the front axle and 100% of the spikes on the rear axle experienced sweating. On the other hand, I did a lot of moving on clean asphalt in May and had to apply the emergency brakes a few times. As a result, I do not believe this to be a big disadvantage. A buddy of mine had a jacogamma that was below 50% and below 40% for the season.

My car is Lada Vesta. The thickness of rubber is measured as 185/65 R15. I "skated" unfinished for two seasons and then, much to my delight, changed it to something else, which I dreamed about straight away but decided against because of the price. But the price put me off, and whether that was a wise decision or not is something I won't know until after I've driven on my present tires for a while.

  • When it comes to the benefits, I'd point out things like the affordable price, as well as the excellent traction and control, but. (see downsides)
  • Only when they are brand new (for the first month and a half), tires have an excellent grip and are easy to handle. After that, a precipitous fall down the pleasant impressions ladder brought on by tires ushers in the beginning of the loss of spikes. My impression is that the rubber was missing anywhere between 25 and 30 percent of its studs by the time the first season was over. This is after five months of calm driving without any violent behavior. So so indication.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I'm very happy with the product, it's very satisfying.

After using this hard rubber for approximately half a season, the wheels are missing on average of twenty studs (which I will replace with combat ones). They were able to catch up with me on the ice at the pekryoske, where they paused to do some good reading for rezya. I played tag in the snow and porridge while driving a Subaru XV on the road (I had a tag). before that, I was using OBSG2, and its spikes were more durable.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Matches the description completely, very satisfied.

Many individuals have commented on how noisy it is. As for me, like everyone else, it creates noise. It is not essential. The only benefit is a simple bun on ice. Complete control. Drives all over the place. When it comes to driving in the snow, these are the best tires I've ever had. I just completely forgot that it's possible to become trapped in snowdrifts. Perfectly modulates both the brakes and the accelerator. To the detriment of management, as close to summer as is practically…

Has pros: There are 5 seasons. 30 kilometers, give or take, went approximately. There is hardly any wear. Very capable of rowing in the snow. Below are some downsides: The most significant disadvantage of being on ice is that movement is not in any way slowed down. Something even worse than this rubber has not yet been encountered. And abs doesn't help. During the first month, a great number of spikes were dislodged. I ran the first couple hundred meters with extreme caution. But it didn't…