Tomket Allyear 3

The Tomket Allyear 3 is a Touring All Season tire designed to be fitted to Passenger Cars.

Dry Grip 50%
Wet Grip 20%
Road Feedback 40%
Handling 30%
Wear 40%
Comfort 35%
Buy again 10%
Snow Grip 65%
Ice Grip 70%

Tire review data from 2 tire reviews averaging 40% over 7,000 miles driven.

The Allyear 3 is unranked of 70 All Season Touring tires.

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2023 All Season Tire 35 Set Shootout - 30th of 35 tires

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2022/23 Tire Reviews All Season Tire Test - 10th of 10 tires

  • Positive - Good snow traction, low internal noise, reasonable rolling resistance.
  • Negative - Dangerously long braking distances in the wet and dry, inharmonious handling in the wet with oversteer, very low aquaplaning resistance.
  • Overall - The Tomket Allyear 3 once again proves that a budget tire can be fine in one category, it was reasonable in the snow, but then be a disaster in other areas, with a 10.5 meter difference stopping the golf from just 50 mph and really difficult wet handling making the allyear 3 a tire to avoid.
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    Latest Tomket Allyear 3 Reviews

    Given 31% while driving a Toyota (225/55 R17) on a combination of roads for 1,000 easy going miles
    Tire is dangerous in the wet or damp. Even driving moderately/ carefully they let go. They break traction just trying to move away from a junction even in the dry. I would not buy these again. I've used and fitted all sorts of tires and don't generally leave reviews, but these are what I would consider dangerous in anything but snow.
    Helpful 20 - tire reviewed on February 18, 2023
    Given 43% while driving a Volkswagen Golf IV 1.9 TDI 110 (195/50 R16) on mostly country roads for 6,000 spirited miles
    Pretty much as reviewers found, as soon as temperature dropped they felt more positive, feedback improved dramatically giving confidence in grip and steering, working well in icy and snowy conditions. Though sadly in higher temperatures (anything over about 7 degrees) The ability to get any feedback diminishes drastically, making them feel dicey and unsafe, finding the limits easily in the dry and leaving no confidence to be anything but cautious in the wet. Overall they should maybe market them playing to their strengths i.e. a winter orientated tire rather than an all season. Would buy again, no! even at budget price. Only if running summers and swapping to something to simply get through the winter, but I'm sure there are many more out there for similar price in both winter and all season categories that would give more confidence. In school parlance, good attempt, but could do better. Wear also is pretty high with some improvement when well worn in and reasonable road noise, though no noticeable downside to fuel economy.
    Helpful 22 - tire reviewed on December 18, 2022
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