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Fulda tyres are a German brand that specialises in the production of tyres for passenger cars, delivery vans and lorries, including summer tyres, winter tyres... Read about Fulda
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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.

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The Fulda Kristall Control HP2 is a winter tyre designed for high-power vehicles. It is the successor to the Fulda Kristall Control HP, one of the most popular mid-range winter models. The tyre features a directional tread and a design that incorporates three innovative technologies.

The first of these is the "Snow Catcher". The tyre designers came to the conclusion that nothing sticks to snow better than snow itself. This meant turning the central part of the tyre into a network of grooves that bite into the road surface. The resulting increase in vehicle stability is experienced by the driver as greater control during manoeuvring.

The second technology is called "Bubble Blades". This involves the use of three-dimensional blades on the tread (small sipes on its surface), creating cutting edges on the tyre with an extra rounded projection in their central part. This means that the blades support each other during braking and cornering, which improves the vehicle's grip on slippery surfaces.

The third technology is a silica rubber compound that increases grip at low winter temperatures. Combined with the features incorporated into the tread, this allows drivers to travel safely in challenging and varied conditions.

The Fulda Kristall Control HP2 tyre also offers outstanding resistance to wear as well as excellent grip. The flat and extended area of contact between the tyre and the road allows for improved distribution of forces, which lengthens the tyre's lifetime.

Fulda is a German-owned tyre brand belonging to the Goodyear Group. The Fulda "Smart Move" concept is based on designing tyres that combine control over the vehicle in any conditions, German technological solutions and value for money. They are some of the best mid-range tyres available on the market.

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Kristall Control HP2 Reviews


very good tires. Good handling on heavy snow roads.
CompareTyres User 2019
Bought them because the reviews were good and I they were pretty cheap while still being a tyre made by the Dunlop/Goodyear group. I'd like to specify that my "reference" as a summer tyre is a Dunlop SportMaxx RT2. The ride is pretty good, I have 18" rims but the car is pretty comfortable and this doesn't change with these, they may be even better than the summer tyres. Noise levels are good too and the typical noise that winter tyres make (typically when you're slowing down and stopping) is not particularly noticeable. Handling is really safe, maybe not the most fun but the car is always easy to control and predictable. I had a few times with my summer tyres (when I was really pushing the car) where the car decided to go sideways when the "partially deactivated" ESC decided that he didn't like me making the car widen up the trajectory with the throttle; such a thing never happened with these tyres instead. The front is always going to be the one to give up first. They even saved my ass (helped by the ESC, fully activated fortunately) when I took a damp and greasy, badly designed, new roundabout, too fast; ESC started working like crazy, the car kept it's composure and trajectory and I got out of it effortlessly. (Plenty of people crash on that roundabout since day one, the guardrail is full of dents and scratches). Grip is really good too, especially while accelerating. Even on damp roads in second gear most of the times the tyres don't spin, and I've got 150PS. I suppose the sipes really do their job. The best part? Snow and Ice traction. It didn't snow much last year in southern italy so I decided to go find some snow because I wanted to test them. I found a few snow covered roads and it almost didn't even feel like I was driving on snow. I found then a really steep incline inside the city that, since it was in the shade and was really steep, none had dared to drive through; I went up and found out that either I could only go right, which was a dead end, and on the left was a "wrong way". Stupidly, I stopped and suddenly realized that I shouldn't have,"this thing is too steep, I'm gonna get stuck" I though. Oh boy was I wrong; with the help of the electronic differential despite the snow and ice I started going up with minimal wheelspin, made a U turn and went back downhill without even triggering the ABS. That was so satisfying. Can't comment on wear but didn't seem excessive. Honestly I can't really find any big fault in them, especially for the price. If you're looking for a safe tyre for the winter they're a good choice, especially if you're gonna drive through lots of snow and ice.
CompareTyres User 2019
very good tires. Good handling on heavy snow roads.

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