Thrustmaster TMX Force Feedback Wheel for Xbox One/PC £139.99 @ Argos on Ebay
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Thrustmaster TMX Force Feedback Wheel for Xbox One/PC £139.99 @ Argos on Ebay

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Found 26th Feb
Also available instore at Argos argos.co.uk/pro…071


Drive system with adjustable force feedback lets you feel every detail while you're racing.

  • Official embedded software: The racing wheel is automatically recognised by the Xbox One. Compatible in the console's menus. Compatible with all Xbox One racing games supporting racing wheels.
  • Large, optimised pedal set. Pedals with wide foot rest each pedal's angle of inclination can be adjusted brake pedal with progressive resistance.
  • Pedal size H33, W30, D32cm.
  • (not included).
  • EAN: 3362934402259.

Catalogue Number 555/3071
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Im sure my mrs has a dildo with the same first name
lollypoplee4 m ago

Im sure my mrs has a dildo with the same first name


Hahahaha
lollypoplee7 m ago

Im sure my mrs has a dildo with the same first name


She has, I've seen it. The batteries are flat though.
lollypoplee26th Feb

Im sure my mrs has a dildo with the same first name


It probably has a lot more power in it than this piece of crap as well!
lollypoplee45 m ago

Im sure my mrs has a dildo with the same first name


This one's not got a proper gearstick, just flappy paddles...
Pretty sure Currys do the Logitech steering wheel with pedals and gear stick for around £150 quite a lot. Not the same make I know but more value for money and I’m sure around the same quality
y_am_I_buying_this9 m ago

Pretty sure Currys do the Logitech steering wheel with pedals and gear …Pretty sure Currys do the Logitech steering wheel with pedals and gear stick for around £150 quite a lot. Not the same make I know but more value for money and I’m sure around the same quality



The logitech steering wheel is very clunky and doesn't feel much like a actual steering wheel, this Thrustmaster should be smoother due to having a pulley system.
nougat8 h, 59 m ago

She has, I've seen it. The batteries are flat though.


So your the one
y_am_I_buying_this9 h, 15 m ago

Pretty sure Currys do the Logitech steering wheel with pedals and gear …Pretty sure Currys do the Logitech steering wheel with pedals and gear stick for around £150 quite a lot. Not the same make I know but more value for money and I’m sure around the same quality


The logitech isnt half as good imo...i got one after using one of these...the tmx feels way better and sent the logitech back..ligutech was only 100 and i felt i wasnt worth that
Now the same price at AO.com.

I think this is a good deal.
Westwoodo19 h, 49 m ago

The logitech steering wheel is very clunky and doesn't feel much like a …The logitech steering wheel is very clunky and doesn't feel much like a actual steering wheel, this Thrustmaster should be smoother due to having a pulley system.


you talking about the g920? my experience with it was nothing like this i highly recommend it.
D_Jay_M1 h, 21 m ago

you talking about the g920? my experience with it was nothing like this you talking about the g920? my experience with it was nothing like this i highly recommend it.



The playstation equivalent but yes, it breaks the illusion for many as a normal car steering wheel even with no power going to it spins smoothly, the g29 is notchy, after reading reviews for weeks I decided to buy one but was let down with the purchase so sent it back.
Westwoodo21 h, 27 m ago

The playstation equivalent but yes, it breaks the illusion for many as a …The playstation equivalent but yes, it breaks the illusion for many as a normal car steering wheel even with no power going to it spins smoothly, the g29 is notchy, after reading reviews for weeks I decided to buy one but was let down with the purchase so sent it back.


ah i see i dunno i have the xbox version and cant fault it use it all the time.
From reading long term reviews, the Logitech is most likely to be running in a couple of years and the Thrustmaster is the one you'll be sending back. I had a g25 when they first came out and it literally lasted years and years. I only got rid when the PS4 didn't use it and some decent driving games came out.

A lot of the wheel comparisons aren't really like for like as it also depends on how much work the developer put into getting that wheel working for that game. Live for Speed on the PC used to feel great with g25, another game would feel like crap. People are saying Gran Turismo is very poor with a G29 now as all PD's efforts have gone into Thrustmaster feedback as they are the 'official' wheel now.
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