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Hori Officially Licensed Racing Wheel EX2 (Xbox 360)

by Hori (U.K.) Ltd.
Xbox 360
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3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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  • Officially licensed by Microsoft
  • Steering wheel controller and foot pedal for the Xbox 360
  • Works with all Xbox 360 racing game titles
  • Analogue foot pedal controls are sensitive to your inputs for a realistic driving experience
  • Toggle option to switch between buttons and foot pedal for acceleration/braking controls
  • Steering wheel with rubber grip and shift paddles
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • Media: Accessory
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

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  • ASIN: B005NH6NMY
  • Product Dimensions: 25.4 x 25.2 x 29.8 cm
  • Release Date: 16 Sep 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,481 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

This is a quality product from Hori, which, with the official licensing from Microsoft, is available at a surprisingly affordable price point. The Rumble function and analogue pedal controls provide a heightened sense of realism during gameplay. As the wheel works with all Xbox 360 racing game titles, rest assured you won't face any issues with incompatibility.

Product Description

In gewohnt hoher Qualität produziert HORI dieses Lenkrad mit offizieller Xbox 360 Lizenz von Microsoft für alle Fans von Rennspielen. Das Lenkrad ist mit starken Saugnäpfen einfach an der Tischplatte zu fixieren, alternativ ist ein Gurt in der Verpackung beigelegt, der das Lenkrad auf den Oberschenkeln fixiert. Das Lenkrad wird inklusive Pedale geliefert und unterstützt Rumble Funktion für ein realistisches Fahrgefühl. Ebenfalls ist ein Umschalten zwischen Pedalen und Knöpfen möglich, so dass Gas und Bremse auch ohne Pedale genutzt werden könnten. Features: - Lenkrad mit offizieller Microsoft Xbox 360 Lizenz - 180° Lenkraddrehbereich - unterstützt Rumble Funktion - inklusive Pedale - einfache Befestigung durch Saugnäpfe - inklusive Gurt zur Befestigung des Lenkrads an den Oberschenkeln - Umschalten zwischen Pedalen und Knöpfen möglich

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3.3 out of 5 stars
3.3 out of 5 stars
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great with a few minor issues 9 May 2014
By Mike
Very well priced considering what it is.

Pros-
nice size, a little on the small side but it's comfortable to play with.
very accurate, the tiniest movements do actually register!
it just works- plugs in and works. tried with Forza 4, Dirt 1,2&3 (dirt 1 responce time was quite slow but thats probably the game)
paddle shift- perfect placement, makes a very satisfying click when pressed.
buttons- they all work, easy to reach while playing, and no major setting up required (I usually move the handbrake but thats me)
friction- both wheel and pedals feel good to press, not too light or too heavy.
Price- very good for price
Vibration- feels natural

Cons-
suction cups- they don't work. Mine is strapped to a wooden board with two old belts!
centre "x-box" button- just feels a tad tacky, minor niggle.
squeaks- I've had this for a few months and both pedals and wheel squeak a fair amount.
Pedal parting- they are very close together, but as I have small feet and play without shoes this isn't a problem for me
Pedal grip on floor- is okay on carpet, better when resting against a large heavy object though. wouldn't want to try using on hard floor

Overall it is a very good wheel, and a lot of fun to play with. Would certainly recommend!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars 10 Aug 2014
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My son was very pleased with this .and it arrived in good time
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5 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars xbox steering wheel (hori) 28 Nov 2012
By tony
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
just got my steering wheel looks good i used it once not bad as ive never used one before any way the next time i went to use it it did not work so i tryed several more times seems to me that there is no power to the wheel so have sent back and now waiting for a replacement im hoping this will not have the same problem but we shall see
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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars  82 reviews
85 of 90 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Better then i expected... by far 7 Jun 2012
By Bad Dog Daddy - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Let me start off by saying this. This is not a 250 dollar+ wheel. It is a sub 100 wheel and pedal set. Many of the reviews you will read are from people that thought this would be the same as a wheel that is 5 times the price.

This review is written about this actual item and will compare it to wheels in this price and quality class.

pros
Set up took all of thirty seconds. It is plug and play with Forza 4 no need to remap buttons.
Paddle shifters are placed perfectly behind the wheel. They have a nice click and a great feel. far better then the mad catz side shifter
Rubberized wheel is comfortable to hold. Great tension when turning and a fluid quiet return to center. The mad catz wheel is known to be a squeaky mess.
Button layout is well thought out, they are easy to reach yet never get in the way.
Great vibration
usb powered, no plug or batteries required.
dead on accurate

questionable but not detrimental
The wheel is on the small size, though bigger then the wireless official wheel. That being said it just feels right. Any bigger and you couldn't reach the buttons any smaller it would be cramped.
The foot pedals are light small but separated well enough. They have a good level of resistance.

cons
pedals are light and slide easily, same as every other budget set
wheel base has suction cups to secure to table, stand, etc i have mine suctioned to a heavy marble cutting board that works great.

overall, a great wheel better then the mad catz. much better then the wireless wheel. Takes your racing games to a new level. The best in it's price range.
20 of 23 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nice enough, but too small 21 Jun 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I love racing games and a good wheel is a must-have item. I had a different wheel, but it's departed to that great junkyard in the sky.

The Hori wheel seems to be pretty well made overall. The paddle shifters and buttons are well laid out, but the wheel is a bit on the small side (think go-kart, vs F1).

The wheel lacks force-feedback, but that would have raised the cost of the wheel much higher. It's not really an issue since it does the job very well.

My biggest complaint with the set is the size of the pedals. Now to be fair, I have pretty big feet (14EEEE). The pedals are unusable if I wear shoes, but work after a fashion with only socks on.

Overall, I'd opt for a slightly larger wheel, but the Hori works well and will fit most people (especially kids) just fine.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works on PC as well 20 July 2013
By Eugene - Published on Amazon.com
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I got this wheel (XBOX version) as this was the only available wheel in local Walmart and I am using it with PC. It works perfectly (you may need to install drivers for Xbox 360 wired controller, available from Microsoft), the only problem is that you don't have any force feedback and it's unlikely that there will ever be a driver update to support it.

I feel that this is an amazing wheel for the price! It's accurate, feel durable, sticks well to the table! My main concerns are with pedals:
1) Gas and break are on the same axis, meaning that you can't use gas and break at the same time.
2) Pedals are very light and their midpoint is close to the beginning , so if you have to be easy on throttle, you feel like you are barely touching the pedal.

Besides from those 2 problems, I feel like this is a great wheel. You also get 2 analog button on it that you can use instead of pedals, if you prefer. I would highly recommend it for somebody who wants to have fun playing games and maybe is just starting some serious simulator (like iRacing).
14 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent for young gamers 24 April 2012
By J. Leigh - Published on Amazon.com
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I have owned numerous driving wheels, ranging from the Logitechs, to the Xbox wheel, to the high end Fanatec wheel.
This wheel is not competing in that same market. It is not even remotely in the same price range and therefore cannot be expected to compete at that same level.

The wheel provides only a spring loaded return to the center and vibration. There is no force feedback. Also the foot pedals are quite small and close together. It is very light and is made from thin plastic parts. But it is sturdy enough to serve its purpose. Given all this, while it is not a good wheel for serious racing gamers, it is ideal for young players (like between the ages of 7 and 10) who may not be strong enough to fight against a full force-feedback wheel, and whose feet are ideal for these smaller foot pedals. At the price point it is also not a huge investment a parent has to make.

I tested this wheel with Forza 4 and it worked right out the box. Set up was simple. Just plug and go. Just remember not to have both the Xbox game controller and this wheel active at the same time or else Forza gets confused (not a fault of this wheel- Forza gets confused with other wheels too). To resolve this, just turn off the other xbox controller.

Oh one other point I have to make. The paddle shifters on it are actually quite nice. They are driven by microswitches so there is a nice solid click when you press them. It actually feels more positive than my more expensive Fanatec wheel.

Anyway, in summary, this is a good starter wheel for young kids. But if you are an adult go with a Logitech (for PS3), Xbox wheel (for Xbox) or Fanatec (for dual compatibility and if you are serious sim racer).
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Best for the money 27 Nov 2013
By Michigoon - Published on Amazon.com
Note: Does work with PC! I didn't see this stated anywhere before my purchase, but it was good to find out. If I could give this wheel a 9/10 I would, but given the star system I think one off is best. The quick version? This is the best cheap wheel on the market.

Pros:
-Slightly rubberized wheel has a really good, grippy feel. Never had an issue.
-Button placement is mostly excellent, the d-pad and XABY buttons are easy to access without taking your eyes off the road. There thumb buttons for LSB and RSB (on a controller, clicking the sticks) are a nice touch. The only controller function this wheel can't do is the Controller's right stick movement, and almost no games use that feature. Having the guide button as a horn is a nice touch, too. (Paddle shifters double as shoulder buttons in most games)

Cons:
-That "mostly excellent" on the button placement? Right next to the thumb buttons are extra buttons for LT and RT (left trigger, right trigger). That means trying to click the left thumb button and accidentally jabbing the button below it suddenly applies 100% brake pedal- and given that you're using your thumbs, that's an easy mistake to make. The LT and RT buttons are just dumb, the pedals do just fine.
-The steering wheel has a definite dead zone. Rotating several degrees right of left gives absolutely no reading, and moving past that zone jumps the input to the where it should be. Virtually all games using wheels have an internal dead zone setting, so there's no reason to build one into the wheel. This is most likely just the result of a cheap sensor. The wheel still works, but will always feel a bit cheap due to this lack of precision, and your car will be twitchy at high speed since you can't make fine corrections.
-The wheel only rotates 360 degrees from left-to-right (well, more like 340). That's pretty close to realistic for F1 and other racing with lots of right-to-left movement, but it's incredibly twitchy for oval racing like NASCAR, where you can make full use of a 900 degree wheel. This is still better than using a controller, but if you're serious about your sims, you'll eventually need more.
-Lacks a clutch pedal (brakes and gas only). Pedals are also very light, and slide around unless you secure them.

The competition:
-The Microsoft Wireless Wheel (discontinued) may still be the king. The Hori wheel may work a little better, but doesn't have force feedback and isn't as sturdy.
-The Microsoft Wireless Speed Wheel (motion-sensing) works about as well as the Hori, but has a severe lack of buttons and uses triggers instead of pedals. Where the speed wheel is just a toy, the Hori is the real deal.
-MadCatz has become a joke. Their wheels are cheap plastic junk. Avoid.

So there you have it. This is simply the best cheap 360 wheel you can buy, and it works for PC as well. The only way to do better is to find a used Microsoft wheel (and hope it's not worn out) or pony up for a Fanatec (at ten times the price, or more).
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