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The presented tyre is marked with 3PMSF symbol (Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake). It means that the tyre meets the EU requirements for winter tyres. The symbol is awarded after thorough tests of a tyre model in terms of snow grip.
Type: winter tyre.
Class: premium - the best performance and top quality.
Intended use: passenger cars of urban, compact and medium class.
Tread: directional - V-shaped for very good water evacuation.
Sizes: from 13 to 15 inches.
Continental ContiWinterContact TS800 is a winter tyre that ensures driving safety and excellent performance in difficult weather conditions. This model is good for city cars of compact and medium class. The directional tread design performs very well in mud, water and ice.
The tread pattern resembles honeycomb, which increases its rigidity. It helps to achieve excellent stability on dry roads, which translates into greater safety and travelling comfort. The tread grooves are arranged in the shape of a wedge, helping to quickly and more efficiently evacuate water. The shape of Continental ContiWinterContact TS800 helps to protect the car against aquaplaning and ensures optimum traction regardless of weather conditions. The compact tread blocks work well on icy roads to ensure optimum contact with the road and better manoeuvrability. This helps to reduce braking distance and maintain better traction during sudden and unexpected manoeuvres. On snow-covered roads, proper driving parameters are ensured by many tread edges that "bite" into the snow and facilitate driving through turns on this difficult surface. The blend used in Continental ContiWinterContact TS800 has great flexibility in extreme temperatures. It increases the ground-contact area of the tyre, improving its traction and driving comfort. The model is a very good option for drivers who appreciate maximum performance regardless of the season.
Manufacturer Info: Continental is one of the largest tyre companies in the world. The brand supplies premium tyres with excellent performance, high quality and unmatched comfort. The history of the brand, which now operates 22 production plants worldwide, began in 1871. Continental is based in Hanover.
We have been collecting information about this tyre for 4865 days. In that time we have received 249 reviews. The total distance driven by our customers is 3137000 miles.
The highest rated parameter is: the grip on a dry surface.
This tyre was reviewed by users driving usually in the city.
This tyre was reviewed by drivers who assess their driving style as moderate.
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I bought the Continental ContiWinterContact TS800 tyres here at Oponeo last year. I was looking for something not that cheap and I based my search on the opinions available here as well. I was looking for a good brand so I chose Continentals. I am very pleased with the purchase. The whole process of placing an order on-line is astonishingly good. Something about the tyres, though. At the beginning I haven’t had too many opportunities to test their performance (is was rather dry). And so I waited for the first snow and had to wait until new year’s eve. I knew they were good both on wet and dry tarmac, but it wasn’t until I had a chance to drive on snow and icy roads when I saw that paying a few extra pounds was a right choice. Obviously, in such conditions you don’t drive like if it was dry but still I didn’t expect such grip. The Continental ContiWinterContact TS850 offers safety and good control over the car. I think I can easily recommend them to anyone. They may be a bit louder than summer tyres but I would say that it depends on the actual size of the tyre. I can’t really assess the abrasion or the rolling resistance, yet. As for me, I have no complains.
The Continental ContiWinterContact TS800 is a good tyre. Bough it during the season so I paid a little extra but it was definitely a righ call. I hesitated a bit, didn't know what to go for: this or the UG7+. Someone wrote before that he can't understand why people talk so much about this model, when it's just average. I find it one of it's biggest advantages. It is good in all the possible conditions, to say the least. Doesn't lose traction in wet, where some Winer tyres would. I have done a few thousand miles so far, and even before the snow it still had been great. Then, after heavy snowfall, they offered ample handlig. They could be a bit better when pulling-off or when braking on loose surfaces. Surprisingly good lateral support. After all, a little worse than the TS830 and those are also not perfect. I will probably buy another set of Continental ContiWinterContact TS800. When it comes to oponoeo this service is as always exemplary.
Continental ContiWinterContact TS800 was a right choice for my car - stiff suspension and the tyres are rather soft. The previous owner had these tyres on for two years (yes, during warm summer months as well) and so I had to replace two of them. They were a bit expensive but luckily I needed only two. Driving on snow is great. Not even once did it lose traction, even when I trashed it around a little and tried to do some drifting. Turly outstanding grip. My previous car was a Renault 19 with some debica tyres and they coped quite well, especially in heavy snow and when driving "dynamicly" ;). I used all-season tyres but the expeience here was rather bad, so I won't be getting them any more. Continental ContiWinterContact TS800 is a right choice and I belive I will stick to this model.
I am not pleased at all and I would recommend to aviod this tyre if possible. I am surprised by how much people charge for it! The Sale prices say it all. I think they might have them stored in warehouses for too long and they just get old there. The Continental ContiWinterContact TS800 is a right choice for people who like a bit of adrenaline. Driving in slush is a lottery cause you never know when it will make you lose control over the car. In snow there are problems with braking and pulling off, especiall when the snow becomes hard. It might be good in the Netherlands or in west Germany - black and wet roads only. I had a chance to test them recently in Germany. I will write this again, if the road is black then you're OK. If not it's better to take the bus.
On ice like on ice. There is no good ice tyre. If it's about snow and wet surfaces than compared to Debicas and Kormorans and some Austrian brand (I can't recall the name) Continental ContiWinterContact TS800 is a completely different story. I didn't have to use snow chains this year, where I used them in the previous years. They sure are quiet and rather comfy. I haven't done enough miles to judge their wear levels, however so far, it's looking well. I definitely think it was money well spent. When it comes to the performance of Continental ContiWinterContact TS800 I did about 100-120 mph in various conditions (dry, wet, part snow). I sure was a little scared but they offer so much confidence, even at such speeds. I am not disappointed.
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