KÖNIG CB-12 020 Snow Chains, Set of 2

February 19, 2020 - Comment
Add to Cart $49.25Amazon.com Price
(as of 15:32 GMT+0100 - Details)

Manual tensioning system: one stop to fit the chain and one to tighten it.

Product Features

  • 145/80-12, 155/70-12, 135/80-13, 145/70-13, 155/65-13, 165/55-13
  • The simple and sturdy manual tensioning chain.
  • 12 mm inside and on-the-tread clearance.
  • Homologations/certifications/conformity: Ö-Norm 5117, UNI 11313, TÜV.


Anonymous says:

Chain broke after a few uses I used the chains maybe 5 times. I observed all the speed limitsThe good: really easy to put on.The bad: broke after only a few uses. It snapped off during driving. I was just lucky that it did not damage the car. Now I am stuck without chains and have to get new ones and it looks like Thule does not produce chains anymore even though Amazon still sells them as Thule. Looks like I am stuck with a 5 year warranty without someone to honor it. Let’s see how Amazon handles this…

Anonymous says:

COULD NOT HAVE ASKED FOR A BETTER PRODUCT FOR A BETTER PRICE!!!!! Excellent Product, went to photograph Yosemite National Park last week when the snow storm hit, had purchased these just days prior. They arrived perfectly on time. They kept the wheels rolling through the trip without a hitch, defiantly do a much better job than cable type chains. We arrived in Yosemite late at night and the roads were completely frozen over with nearly a foot of fresh powder on the ground. I drive a 2014 Toyota Corolla and after putting these on I barely noticed that we…

Anonymous says:

BUY these! You’ll love them. You’ll hate them. Having used these a few times this Winter, I can say- they ABSOLUTELY work. My Toyota Corolla would have been absolutely useless in some of the situations these allowed me to drive thru. My driveway is steep, slick, and paved. Without these: One INCH of snow, and I’m probably stuck. Two inches, and it’s guaranteed. So far, this Winter…I’ve not been stuck ONCE, and I’ve used them, I think, 4 times. I’ve previously tried cables, which were useless.The bad news: They’re not…

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