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Ferrari 458 Spider Replica Racing Wheel (Xbox One) only £49.00 (£40.00 with code!) Save £40.00! @ Tesco Direct.

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If you got a racing game for christmas then why not play it in style! Great saving! Was £89.00! Next cheapest is £66.90 at Dabs. Chanchi32 - Use code TDX-YGPK for £10 off £50 (new accounts) Add … Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
If you got a racing game for christmas then why not play it in style! Great saving! Was £89.00! Next cheapest is £66.90 at Dabs.

Chanchi32 - Use code TDX-YGPK for £10 off £50 (new accounts)

Add a £1 filler item to make it over £50.00
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#1
Excellent price! nice find
2 Likes #2
Use code TDX-YGPK for £10 off £50 (new accounts)

Add a £1 filler item to get to £50 to make the code work e.g. Mr Men Christmas wrapping paper for £1

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Edited By: Chanchi32 on Jan 09, 2015 23:56
7 Likes #3
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.

It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.
#4
lol
4 Likes #5
striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.
It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.

I......I've got to ask. How do you know it's like tying your WiiMote to a dog?
#6
striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.

It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.
#7
Compatible with xbox 360?
#8
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This_Is_My_Username
Compatible with xbox 360?


NO
#9
Got this over Christmas period, its a great wheel reguardless of force feedback if you want a wheel and not bothered about that this is the wheel for you
suspended#10
Bungee cord instead of force feedback and also cheap pedals
#11
Will this work with a PC

Edited By: rosstheboss1972 on Jan 10, 2015 08:45
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striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.

It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.
donthasslethe
striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.
It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.

I......I've got to ask. How do you know it's like tying your WiiMote to a dog?

Same Cum'on We're All Waiting I've Got The Rspca On Hold.
#13
MrPabloDaVinci
striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.

It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.
donthasslethe
striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.
It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.

I......I've got to ask. How do you know it's like tying your WiiMote to a dog?

Same Cum'on We're All Waiting I've Got The Rspca On Hold.

Yeah come on... spit it out... X)
#14
striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.

It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.


brilliant!!
#15
Good price
#16
Would this work on a desktop PC operating on Windows 7? My OH would love to have a steering wheel and pedals to use his Formula 1 racing games again.
#17
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striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.

It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.


Haha totally agree! Also it doesn't even have a clutch.

I'd rather use a controller than this, save up and get a G25 or G27.
1 Like #18
trakktion
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striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.
It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.
Haha totally agree! Also it doesn't even have a clutch.
I'd rather use a controller than this, save up and get a G25 or G27.

You realise that they are close to £200? This one is potentially £40. A slight difference, but yes I agree that if you were to spend hundreds of pounds more you could get better. It's like Hamilton saying why get a G25 when you could get an actual racing car. Slight exaggeration I know but the point is there.
2 Likes #19
Trouble with upping the ante every time ( a £40-60-80-100 etc ) then going G25 G27 where does it all end? They go £500 just for a wheel & pedals, then maybe a frame, oh and a £150 seat, so why not go the whole hog and shell out £35,000 on a multi-screen all-in-one; mind you,if I had the money to waste? But then again,within months,it would be ' last years model' like my nexus & iphones always are!
#20
padraig2463
Trouble with upping the ante every time ( a £40-60-80-100 etc ) then going G25 G27 where does it all end? They go £500 just for a wheel & pedals, then maybe a frame, oh and a £150 seat, so why not go the whole hog and shell out £35,000 on a multi-screen all-in-one; mind you,if I had the money to waste? But then again,within months,it would be ' last years model' like my nexus & iphones always are!

oO Are we psychic? I'm scared.
1 Like #21
trakktion

Haha totally agree! Also it doesn't even have a clutch.
Just like a real Ferrari then.
#22
Damn I bought from Amazon de, can you return it to amazon uk instead?
#23
Gonna replace the steering wheel on my Kia Picanto with this...hot!!!
banned#24
striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.

It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.


fantastic and accurate comment haha
#25
better than a pad any day. hot !
#26
Will this work for PC?
#27
I know the most likely answer is no but if I play GTA with this can I use both the controller and the steering wheel for example as soon as I leave the car use the controller?
#28
its OOS now anyway
1 Like #29
trakktion
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striker33
There's a reason it's this cheap, there's no force feedback or vibration, making it pretty damn pointless.
It's the equivalent of tying a WiiMote to your dog to simulate crashes on Mario Kart.
Haha totally agree! Also it doesn't even have a clutch.
I'd rather use a controller than this, save up and get a G25 or G27.

Or better still a Fanatec Wheel...
#30
I wasn't aware the G25 or G27 were compatible with Xbox. The specs for G25 show PC or Playstation and G27 seems to be PC or am I missing something?
#31
Had a notification this morning from Tesco that this is no longer available to buy and they've cancelled my stock alert. Would have gone for one of these - anyone suggest an alternative at under £80 ?
Many thanks
#32
gmd
Had a notification this morning from Tesco that this is no longer available to buy and they've cancelled my stock alert. Would have gone for one of these - anyone suggest an alternative at under £80 ?
Many thanks

If it has to be xbox one compatible then this wheel is your only current option at under £80. You could wait for other wheels to come on the market but im not sure MS themselves will make another, aside from one similar to the 360 speed wheel.

This is the next cheapest for this wheel: http://www.dabs.com/products/thrustmaster-ferrari-458-spider-replica-racing-wheel-for-xbox-one-9TL7.html?q=xbox%20wheel&src=16
#33
Thanks very much, has given me something to think about. Was too slow for this deal. Bought an xbox one for Christmas for my 2 sons with Forza Horizon 2 and being new to gaming was amazed at how good it is. I'm looking forward to having a go, but don't think I would get on with a controller. Speed wheel might be a good bet if one comes out.
#34
gmd
Thanks very much, has given me something to think about. Was too slow for this deal. Bought an xbox one for Christmas for my 2 sons with Forza Horizon 2 and being new to gaming was amazed at how good it is. I'm looking forward to having a go, but don't think I would get on with a controller. Speed wheel might be a good bet if one comes out.

I've never tried the speed wheel so i cannot say on that front, but i ordered one of these from tesco and i've just tried it with horizon 2, feels really good for this price. Sure theres no force feedback but i had the old xbox 360 wheel with force feedback and this feels alot smoother/more sensitive in comparison. I do recommend at around the £50 price point, especially for Horizon 2.
#35
Sounds very good, not bothered about force feedback myself - sounds like it's better in some ways without. Generally very good feedback on Amazon as well - a real bargain at what you paid. Think I might see if any stores have any - managed to get a couple of moto Gs in September after seeing a deal on here so you never know.

Do you use the "in-car" view ?
#36
gmd
Sounds very good, not bothered about force feedback myself - sounds like it's better in some ways without. Generally very good feedback on Amazon as well - a real bargain at what you paid. Think I might see if any stores have any - managed to get a couple of moto Gs in September after seeing a deal on here so you never know.
Do you use the "in-car" view ?

Yes for the most part i do use in car, apart from the odd time when i want to look at the environments in Horizon 2 as there are some beautiful areas in that game. The wheel matches up very well with the in-car view, no noticeable delay.

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