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Logitech G29 Driving Force Racing Wheel and Pedals (PS4/PS3 and PC) UK-Plug
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- Realistic Driving Experience: The Logitech G29 Driving Force Racing Wheel and Pedals delivers a realistic driving experience; the dual-motor force feedback and helical gearing offers smooth steering
- Multiple-System Compatible: This gaming steering wheel and pedal set is compatible with the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC gaming systems; Logitech's G920 is compatible with X-Box One
- Adjustable Floor Pedals: Maintain a more realistic driving body position with the separate floor pedal unit with integrated throttle, brake, and clutch pedals; driving force lets you comfortably accelerate, brake and change gears
- Separate Pedal Unit: While this is a combo system, the pedal unit is separate - which gives you a natural, responsive control with a nonlinear brake pedal
- Desk and Rig Mounts: Drive fearlessly knowing the wheel won't shift during aggressive manoeuvres; the racing wheel mounts securely to your table or racing rig via built-in clamps or screw-mounting points
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Designed to produce a realistic driving experience, the Logitech G29 is a relentlessly engineered steering wheel and pedal set. Driving force by Logitech G takes the latest racing games to the highest level. This gaming steering wheel and pedal kit features a dual-motor force feedback that makes you feel every tire slip and terrain change. Solid steel ball bearings in the wheel shaft give weight and durability. Stainless steel paddle shifters and floor pedals apply precision force, while the hand-stitched leather-covered wheel makes every car luxurious. The helical gearing delivers smooth, quiet operation – allowing users to play in comfort without disturbing others in the household.
The Logitech G29 maintains a more realistic driving body position with the separate floor pedal unit with integrated throttle, brake and clutch pedals. Driving force lets you comfortably accelerate, brake and change gears with the feel of an actual car. Users can feel comfortable knowing the steering wheel will not shift during aggressive driving. The racing wheel mounts securely to your table or racing rig via screw-mounting points or built-in clamps. For those who have a Playseat racing simulation cockpit, the pedals and optional shifter mount perfectly. The dedicated shifter that can be purchased is built with a 6-speed “H” pattern with push-down reverse for a realistic feel.
This gaming steering wheel and pedal set is compatible with the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC gaming systems. Logitech’s G920 is compatible with X-BOX One.
1 x Logitech Driving Force G29 - Wheel and pedals set - wired - for Sony PlayStation 3, Sony PlayStation 4
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The first problem I encountered is one I've seen a lot in the reviews, so it appears to be a fairly common fault, and that's that after a while the wheel started to develop a squeak when turning left. It was beyond the return period for Amazon however so I decided to just stick with it, it was irritating but the wheel still worked. HOWEVER, after a little while the squeak disappeared again, and it's now working perfectly, so my guess is it's just brand new bearings that needed to be broken in a little. If the problem comes back then I'll edit this, but so far so good.
Another problem was the brake pedal. Some people despise the brake on this, saying it's impossible to use, and I'll admit that when I first got it I was basically unable to use the brakes because they were so stiff, I would press on it and my chair would just roll backwards. However, after some use (and jamming something behind the wheels of my chair, lol) the rubber bumper has softened up and I now don't have any real problems with it, I actually like the feel of it, because the amount of pressure required increases through the travel range you quickly learn to gauge how hard you need to press the pedal, rather than just how far, so it's a little more intuitive if you're used to real brakes (though it's important to note that it still doesn't feel like a real hydraulic brake pedal, it just behaves a little more like one than a simple sprung pedal). And if you don't like it, you can simply remove the rubber bumper and the pedals will be basically identical to the G27
Another thing I noticed is that it does get a little hot when being used heavily. As I said earlier the main use it has seen has been drifting, which puts the motors under a lot more stress than usual, and I have noticed that the casing can start to become a little warm, though so far it hasn't caused any problems, I just let it cool down for a minute or so every now and then if it's being used heavily.
Using it on Win 10 as well, I saw a few 1 star reviews saying it doesn't work on Win 10 but I assure you that it does, and has done flawlessly for the past year.
All in all, while this wheel did have a few problems, I would probably still recommend it, you could buy a cheaper wheel but they're generally not worth it. Another decent alternative in the same price bracket is the Thrustmaster TMX Pro. Both are good choices (Edit - the TMX Pro is now pretty expensive compared to this)
On playing Forza Motorsport 7 and Project Cars II, I realised that the gear shifter would add another dimension again. And again, once you've used a gear stick in racing games, it's hard to go back to not using one! It totally transforms the experience for the better. Can't wait for Forza Horizon 4 now! I feel like a kid playing Daytona USA in the arcades in the 90's again!! Priceless.
So it's a good buy, no question. However there are some caveats that you should be aware of.
You need to attach the wheel to a table, desk or something. It's very easy to do as the wheel has built in clamps on the underside to fix to such a thing. But you need such a thing, or else you wont be able to use it.
The pedals have no grip on the bottom of the unit. They will slide when you press them on a wooden floor or thin carpet making them unusable unless you sort out some kind of fix to stop them sliding.
The clutch and accelerator pedals are easy to press. The brake requires more force and a bit of getting used to. Don't get me wrong, it works well, attempting to emulate pressure required to slow a moving car, but you need to get used to it at first. After quickly realising the pedals slid without a fix, and fixing it, I nearly toppled the chair back I pressed so hard braking late on F1 2017! It's not a fault. You just need to work out how hard you should be pressing it for effective game play. It actually works very well once you get going. Teenager and above would be fine, but smaller kids may struggle pressing the brake pedal effectively. My kids are 8 and 10 and they struggle. But that's partly because they can't drive and always go flat out on the accelerator and brake way way too late! Personally, I would say the brake works well, and the resistance in pressing is an excellent feature. My kids would disagree. Fortunately, you can change what the pedals do easily, so I have made the clutch the brake for them instead. They prefer automatic anyway.
The shifter has 6 gears, and a reverse gear. To access reverse, not obvious on first use, you need to depress the stick in neutral when the car is stationary before moving right and then down. The shifter adds a brilliant new dimension to the game play and control of the cars with the pedals. I see the dilemma for making a cost effective H shifter for gaming as this is. Many cars in Forza / Project cars have up to 8 gears. Many only have 5. 6 gears, 1 to 6, is a good balance for a default setting in a game that covers hundreds of cars. You can use the padals behind the wheels to go past 6th gear when needed. Euro Truck Simulator goes up 2 gears in each position which works well depending on the truck you are driving (they can go from 9 to 18 gears!). It also allows a shift key to make 1 to 6, 7 to 12 and vise versa. That's not really down to the manufacturer, Unless you want to buy an 18 position H shifter? They have provided a cost effective H shifter with 6 positions on it and a reverse to connect to your wheel and pedals. And I can say it works well for most instances. For the instances that it doesn't cover, there is usually an easy software work around with the controller buttons. As I prefer racing around in the older cars in games, pretending I'm James Bond in a DB5 for instance, it works a treat for me! For a 5 or 6 gear car, it's perfect!
To conclude I spent around £200 for a gaming wheel with gear padals, 3 pedals, and a 6 position H shifter with a reverse gear. Am I happy with the purchase? Yes. Does it improve the gaming experience? Yes, immeasurably - you can't go back. Do I feel I got my money's worth? Yes. Is it perfect? No. But it depends on what you are after. For me, and most, it's a perfectly good and highly enjoyable solution. Just make sure you have something to attach it to and can stop the pedals sliding across the floor! I used this £23 table as shown in the picture https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0713S9252/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o09_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Top tip if you do have an older wheel... they hold their value really well. I was able to buy this on black friday for £130... sold my old G25 on Monday for £120. If I had known the upgrade would only cost me £10 I would have done it ages ago.
I have tried cheaper wheels in the past and honestly feel this is a worthwhile investment if you are looking for a realistic driving simulator experience.