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Easy to use
Upped my gaming
Having purchased an inexpensive but unresponsive Hori starter wheel and been frustrated with how difficult it was to control my car turning, started my search for a better wheel. Read the reviews for other high end wheels like the Thruster with issues of breakdown requiring repurchase, thought the Logitech wheel a good choice. My gaming improved immediately once I started using this wheel. The wheel feels nice in your hands, and turning is fairly precise. You also get vibration back from the road giving you a 'real' driving feeling. I bought a not high end driving stand to put my wheel and pedals on and had an issue with anchoring securely the components. During hard fast racing and drifting, the pedals and wheel were moving all over the place. The wheel has little knobs that are not the greatest for tightening to the stand. I solved this by using my dad's old clothing belts and placed them around the wheel anchoring them vertically and horizontally to the stand. I did this to the pedals also. The pedals on this are nice and sturdy and look like real pedals. Some people say the brake is stiff but I didn't have any issues with it. Thumbs up for this product. It's worth the money!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: peter_wu-shop
Good product but not good with forza
Nice overall product, shifter feels pretty toyish and loose. But if your using this for forza, I must say horizon 4 is almost unplayable, even with adjusting all the settings it pulls wheel out of your hands and over corrects and it’s a mess. It’s easier to play horizon with the $80 thrustmaster in my opinion.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: observeye
G920 & G29 both winners
The Xbox one/PC G920 (as well as the ps4/PC G29) wheel by Logitech are both solid mid range entries into the racing wheel market. They are tough enough to handle daily normal play/use and the wheel and pedals feel quality materials. The base of the pedal portion is plastic and feels kind of cheap, but I have no fear of breaking anything. Same for the base of the wheel portion that attaches to your desk or racing seat. The paddle shifters on the wheel feel good with sufficient feedback. The force feedback is strong (and adjustable) out of the box without feeling it's going to break or toss you. The pedals are metal and have good stuff feedback as well. The brake is even a little stiffer than a real car! lol it's break response is also adjustable in the software, so you press less and get full brakes all the same. The clutch is softer but with enough feedback it feels good and the gas is easy to control and feather or floor it if needed. The wheel attaches to my desk well for left and right pressure (turning) but does seem a little funny if you put more than a little pressure forward and back. Which you shouldn't really be doing anyway, but keep it in mind. The wheel base has rubber grips for solid or hardwood floors, but you may need to add extra rubber grips due to the brakes needing some decent force to press. On carpet it works fine and uses plastic jagged "teeth" that helps it grab and grip. If you buy the manual shifter (60$ new, but can be had cheaper) it rounds out the experience and is a great, though not totally necessary addition. I just like shifting with a stick verses solely with paddles. Overall not quite on par with the old PC only G27 as far as build quality, but still my pick for racing wheel on your particular console and PC.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: goldenarizonadeals
Logitech G920 Driving Wheel
While it's a typically pricey Logitech wheel, it also gets raves from me for being so much like driving a real race car! I'll never used a hand-held controller again! This is only for use on the Xbox One, I wish the manufacturers would make wheels that worked with ALL systems! A different wheel is required for the PS3/PS4 Platforms. I didn't answer the good value question, that will be based on how it handles with ME (The Aggressive Wild Man)! Happy Driving!! Update: The wheel adheres to the driving stand I have by 2 screwdown clamps. Once tightened, the knobs push down to hold the wheel in place. Mine knobs keep popping up & then the wheel slides around, right in the middle of a race. Newegg has done nothing to rectify this problem & Logitech referred me back to them for an exchange. Thus, my rating drops from 5 stars to 3.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: newegg
Aside from some minor gripes, this is an amazing wheel that immerses you into the game.
Fantastic force feedback, excellent pedal design. Wish there were analog sticks on the wheel for specific games that use both steering and sticks, but for straight driving / racing games, this wheel rocks. A couple minor gripes I have (aside from the analog sticks) are, one, the paddle shifters sound like they're using cherry switches which make them sound cheap: Click Click Click. Just a dumb sound when you're driving. The old Microsoft steering wheel had a soft switch of some sort, no sound. My other gripe is that the wheel could be a tad bigger. It's just big enough to use and feel comfortable, but small enough to remind you it's a prop and not a real wheel. Those gripes aside, you won't notice the size once you get used to it, and you'll dismiss the clicks and enjoy your game because it works fantastically well. I HIGHLY recommend getting the stick shift. It changes the game and immerses you in the realism.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: tlcnorthwest