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Logitech G29 Driving Force Racing Wheel (PS4, PS3) UK-Plug
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- The G29 driving force steering wheel delivers the driving experience for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC games
- Dual-motor force feedback and helical gearing offers exceptional smooth steering
- Stainless steel paddle shifters and RPM/shift indicator LEDs help you make crisp, fluid gear transitions at all times
- The separate pedal unit gives you natural, responsive control with a nonlinear brake pedal
- Built-in clamps and bolt points allow you to mount the wheel securely to a table or racing rig minimising wobbling
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Logitech Driving Force G29 - Wheel and pedals set - wired - for Sony PlayStation 3, Sony PlayStation 4
1 x Logitech Driving Force G29 - Wheel and pedals set - wired - for Sony PlayStation 3, Sony PlayStation 4
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- PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 3.
- Windows 10, 8.1, Windows 8 or Windows 7.
- USB port
G29 Driving Force
Powerful Wheel for PS4
G29 Driving Force is the definitive sim racing hardware for the latest PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC titles. Feature dual-motor force feedback and helical gearing for quiet, smooth steering. The separate pedal unit gives you natural, responsive control with a nonlinear brake pedal. Driving Force is built for comfort and durability with hand-stitched leather and stainless steel components. Built-in clamps and bolt points allow the wheel to be mounted securely to a table or racing rig, minimising or wobbling during aggressive manoeuvres.
- The G29 driving force steering wheel delivers the ultimate driving experience for PlayStation4, PlayStation3 and PC games.
- Dual-motor force feedback and helical gearing offers smooth steering.
- Stainless steel paddle shifters and RPM/Shift indicator LEDs help you make crisp, fluid gear transitions at all times.
- The separate pedal unit gives you natural, responsive control with a nonlinear brake pedal.
- Built-in clamps and bolt points allow you to mount the wheel securely to a table or racing rig minimising wobbling.
For Playstation 3 and Playstation 4
Enhance your console experience.
You will never want to race with a regular controller again after you add Driving Force to your controller selection. G29 game steering wheel is designed for the latest racing games for your PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 3 console. G29 Driving Force also works on your PC using Logitech Gaming Software.
Helical gearing with anti-backlash
You get a smooth, quiet steering action. Helical gears are modeled after gears used in automotive transmissions to reduce unwanted noise and vibration. Anti-backlash keeps the wheel and pedals tight, maximising your control.
Responsive floor pedal unit
Maintain a more realistic driving body position with the separate floor pedal unit with integrated throttle, brake and clutch pedals. G29 Driving Force lets you comfortably accelerate, brake and change gears with the feel of an actual car.
Take your racing to the next level with a Playseat racing simulation cockpit.
Dual-motor force feedback
Feel your tires on every turn and type of terrain, sense under- or over-steer drifting and more. Powerful dual-motor force feedback realistically simulates force effects so you can respond with precision.
Works with driving force shifter attachment
Complete your racing rig for the most realistic experience. Add the 6-speed manual Driving Force shifter to your racing wheel setup.
900 degree steering
The 900-degree lock-to-lock rotation of the G29 Driving Force means you can turn the wheel two and a half times. It’s the same degree of motion as a steering wheel inside a car.
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Top Customer Reviews
Thrustmaster tx.....well amazing when was working great ffb, pedals a let down terrible pedals for such expensive wheel, the standard wheel feels quite cheap. Now the bad thing with this wheel is reiability, 1 year warranty only, but for sure your wheel will break if you play everyday,mine got broken 2 times witch eventually got out of warranty and it failed again now sits in a box.
Logitech g920- well it has lower ffb than tx but not by much, I couldn't play with tx at 100% anyway, you get very very tired after 2 hours of playing, but it's not only the wheel witch makes a difference is the game too, biggest difference I felt it in horizon 2, where in forza 6 the logitech ffb is 10-15 % less stronger than tx only by that margine nothing more,in horizon 2 it's more round 35%.But.........
-Strong force feedback trust me it's enough and strong.
-Great wheel quality
-Great pedals (the pedals have a weight on them witch is good)
-Wayyy Better reiability, build quality, 2 years warranty ( but logitech it's known for longevity) g27-g25's still working after yearsss.
-No bad sounds of the wheel actually the TX felt louder by a lot.
You've might seen reviews where they say that thrustmaster is better eg isrtv, they don't care if the wheel gets broken they don't pay for hardware anyway, no one talks about reiability and a lot of us we want out expensive toys to Last a while, so think about next time when you buy your wheel.
- *UPDATE* after 5 months of usage -
-Still rocking solid (had no problems with it so far both on PC and Xbone) , played once every 2 days at least 2-3 hours
-Pc Support now is good - with good updates.Read more ›
Credentials - I’ve had an improbably high number of racing wheels over the years, from the brittle Madcatz wheels of the PSX era, a gameport connection Microsoft Sidewinder for GP Legends on the PC, a number of Logitech wheels, Xbox 360 efforts and most recently, a Fanatec GT3 RS with Clubsport V2 pedals. I love my racing games from arcade titles such as the (now) excellent Driveclub to the semi-sim Forza and Gran Turismo titles right through to the more simulator(y) rFactor 2, Assetto Corsa, Dirt Rally and Project CARS.
Why did I buy a G29 - The Fanatec gear is a level up in terms of hardware technology without doubt. However, my GT3 RS wheel was, to be honest, a needy screaming child of a peripheral. During two years of ownership, I’ve had to fettle, replace, reset, clean and, most memorably, resolder microswitches. It was a nightmare of ownership. The pedals, while works of art, were occasionally troublesome also. Roll forward to the last few weeks, and a rigorous stage of Dirt Rally resulted in a loud crack of snapping plastic and a number of plastic fragments exiting the wheelbase. This coupled with the failure of a few more microswitches meant it was time to call it quits. The G29 came up at what I consider a decent price-point a few days later. That’s fate I guess.Read more ›
This wheel has more functionally placed buttons imo. By that I mean when playing Project Cars, I have assigned traction control, abs and stability on the blue colored buttons. By doing that, it is easier to remember which button does what from the get go. The wheel looks better to me as the prefer the color scheme over the G27.
The paddles have a slightly more sturdier click when changing gears than the G27. The multi functional dial feels a bit cheap but I missed having it as I also owned in the past a Driving Force GT.
Now the biggest difference is the brake pedal. This break pedal has shaved seconds off my lap times and has helped my braking skill to improve within the first hour of using it. I couldn't turn off the abs on the G27 in Assetto Corsa with great results but I can now. I am able to brake and enter corners faster and exit them with better precision. Really, this change is massive for those who haven't experienced brake mods before. If my G27 was modded then this wouldn't be such a big deal I suppose.
I also bought Project cars and first thought that the force feedback wasn't very good at all until I found some tutorials to which I will leave the links at the end of the review. Once configured the wheel came into it's own. I already know what a G27 feels like on Assetto Corsa so I knew what to expect from the G29 but again, the brake pedal makes the difference.
So why the 4 stars then. It's overpriced compared to the G27.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Once you get used to it your absolutely love it, feels like a well made product.Published 4 days ago by kryan
I personally don't think this is very good unless you invest into the whole driving rig. In my case my chair is too high to comfortably reach the pedals even though i'm 6ft. Read morePublished 5 days ago by TheBattersby
Hi i have get that wheel logitech g29 but vibration sensor ir damaged what i have to do right now?Published 5 days ago by Lina
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Purchased the produce, although the wheel is good, I have went through two (amazon replacement) which both had similar issues where the wheel would make an unpleasant sound that it... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer