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- Konig Easy Fit Tire Chains are the easiest to install snow chains ever created
- Setup and removal in 3 easy steps
- Foot-pedal tensioning and release requires minimal effort
- Wrap-around arch design so the chains slip right on
- Automatic and pre-set tensioning firmly grips tires
- Quick-release system for fast removal—simply press the red button, release the safety & they slide off
- Anti-scratch protective bumpers stop wheels from getting scratched
- Painted steel grab sections keep hands from getting cold
- Manganese and nickel alloy D-links make for ultimate grip and durability
- Includes a durable carrying bag printed with instructions
- Sold in sets of 2
- Your Konig Easy Fit Tire Chains are backed by a 1-year warranty
Snow chains—one of the necessary evils in the life of every winter warrior. Whether you're heading to work or to the slopes, freezing your fingers while fiddling with chains is sometimes just unavoidable. But now, you get the grip you need without losing a digit to frostbite with a set of Konig Easy Fit Tire Chains.
Designed for the fastest, easiest installation possible, CU-9 tire chains feature a 3-step on and off process that works with a foot pedal. So, you never freeze your fingers. And, the automatic tensioning system means you never have to adjust them. Plus, Easy fit snow chains come off as fast and easy as they go on, saving you as much time coming down the mountain as they did going up.
Along with the easiest install and removal, your Easy fit CU-9 snow chains deliver serious traction. The D-shaped links bite down hard, penetrating the snow and ice to deliver the sure-footedness of a snow leopard. What's more they're constructed from burly manganese-nickel alloy that never rusts or warps. And best yet, Konig backs your Easy Fit Tire Chains with 1-year warranty.
Konig Easy Fit Tire Chains Customer Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by JOHN T (WASHINGTON, UT) Reviewed for a 2016 Lexus LS 460 — Dec 28, 2017 6:28 AM
I decided to do a practice install to see how easily the tire chains are to install. I decided that I needed to add a pair of gloves to the package as well as a forked stick about two feet long to help push the cables to the back side of the tire fore and aft to simplify the installation. Finally obtained a set of chains that are most simple to install. Of course I have not installed them in the snow yet, but think it will be a comparative snap now.
Reviewed by Simon G (Portland, OR) Reviewed for a 2013 Mini Cooper — May 21, 2017 2:13 PM
As I'm not experienced with chains I chose this model on the promise of their being easy to put on. My first try in my garage was a bit of a pain but I soon got the hang of it. This all turned out for the best when I found my 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S spinning after I parked in piled up snow at the edge of the street. Without gloves, and wearing only my gym clothes I was able to get both chains on in under a minute and immediately be on my way! Highly recommended
Reviewed by David S (Seattle, WA) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Prius — Dec 09, 2014 8:28 PM
The chains fit nicely, good instructions, and yes, less than a minute for each side to get them on (after some practice). But, I was a little disappointed with the condition of the set. Excellent order to arrival time. The rubber protection on the tire side of one set bar was worn and the rubber separated from the bar on the other. I had to re glue it. Not a big thing. Had they been used?
Reviewed by Christina K (Colorado Springs, CO) Reviewed for a 2012 Hyundai Veloster — Oct 28, 2013 4:37 PM
The instructions needs to be a little more clearly especially after the chains are installed. I was a little frustrated with the chains not fitting properly, they had quite the slack. My neighbor stopped by and helped me out he told me to drive forward a bit and everything should tighten up, well sure enough the chains tighten. The instructions should say that. I came close to returning these chains. I have not officially used the chains, waiting for the first snowstorm.