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PS3 Rumble Steering Wheel With Pedals £19.99 @ Argos reserve n collect
PS3 Rumble Steering Wheel With Pedals £19.99 @ Argos reserve n collect

PS3 Rumble Steering Wheel With Pedals £19.99 @ Argos reserve n collect

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8in diameter contoured wheel.
Compatible with PS1, PS2 & PS3.
Rumble feedback.
Suction cap for installation.
Analog gas and brake pedal.
Directional keypad and 8 action buttons.
2 gearshift paddles.
Make your racing experience even more realistic. Compatible for all racing game functions with vibration feedback.
Wheel body size H20, W20, D11.5cm.
Pedal size H20.5, W20, D12.5cm.

good price for steering and pedals.

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good price. will wait for some feedback on this before i order one

Banned

Looks cheap. I've got the logic3 one which is really good...

amazon.co.uk/Log…8-1

This is sooo tempting....help , should i buy it or not.....

can anyone help with returns policy?
i want to buy this and give it a go but if it not good can i take it back or only if "faulty"?

just reserved one, hope i made the right decision!

moz123

can anyone help with returns policy? i want to buy this and give it a go … can anyone help with returns policy? i want to buy this and give it a go but if it not good can i take it back or only if "faulty"?



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kratos80

good price. will wait for some feedback on this before i order one


Was that a pun - waiting for FEEDBACK? LOL

Do you have to use the foot pedals or is there paddles/buttons on the steering wheel?

thanks toonarmi.

It's certainly cheap, but it's a very small wheel and the force feedback on more expensive wheels makes a huge difference to the enjoyment of these things.

Not voting.

mamboboy

It has two 'gearshift' paddles, but you'd be able to re-assign them to … It has two 'gearshift' paddles, but you'd be able to re-assign them to gas/brake (in PC games at least). But whether they are pressure sensitive or just 'buttons' is another question (although I doubt they are) - I mean the whole fun of foot pedals is the choice to go at certain speeds :)If foot pedals aren't your thing, then I'd spend the little extra on the Logitech Driving Force Wireless I posted a few weeks back:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logitech-driving-force-wireless-for/736284.At least you know then you'll get really nice force feedback on a good quality wheel. Cheap ones tend to have a problem with poor dead zones, or pedals snapping after a few weeks...



Nice one, thanks for the advice bought the wireless one from Amazon you previously posted.
Bonus that it works with the Pc as well

that wireless one would be perfect if it had pedals.. a wheel is nothing without the pedals tbh

I tried this Argos wheel with F1 2010 PS3.

It has two modes for the pedals : analogue (R2&L2) or digital (Square, Cross)

Unfortunately if you want to use analogue Pedals (as you do), it doesn't swap\reconfigure the gear shift paddles - which are also set to R2&L2. You end up with Paddles & pedals both as R2&L2.

Other than that, the build of the wheel was surprisingly good for 20 quid, the pedals were a bit cheap and light (Had to take 1st set back as the left pedal didn't work)

Wheel didn't seem too responsive for subtle steering adjustments.......

A) May have been able to calibrate this (didn't get that far as I gave up after discovering the pedal\paddle problem)

B) its 20 quid!

Argos gave a full refund, no probs.
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