HDE® USB PC Video Game Racing Foot Pedal
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- Control your computer with your foot
- Plug and play ; Color: Black
- Size: 6' cable; 4" x 2.5" device / 1.83m cable; 6.1cm x 10cm device
- Package Contents: 1 x Video Game Foot Switch
- HDE® is a registered trademark and is the only authorized seller of HDE branded products
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The pedal's cheaply built (what do you expect for the price) and may not take a heavy beating - just don't stomp on it like you're at some rock concert and it should last you for awhile. The rubber feet underneath keep the pedal moderately stable and in position against most surfaces though. If you're looking to try out comms with a pedal, I'd recommend trying this out because of the price alone. Then if you love it, you could buy some multi-pedal platform or fancier setups - or just stick with this pedal as it does the job.
It does exactly what I need it to do, I can talk on the computer without having to use my hands which is exactly what I wanted. The fact that it's so cheaply made actually worked to my advantage when it came to fixing it after it broke. A better product probably would have been much more complicated and I may not have been able to rig it so I could continue to use it after it came apart. Since this one has so few parts and is so simply made it was pretty easy to figure out how it worked and devise a solution to repair it. As long as the circuit board doesn't fail, I should be able to fix anything else that may go wrong with this device with just a little imagination.
The pedal is extremely light and I do wonder how durable it will be. I don't stomp on it and in fact I use it backwards with my foot pressing the pedal from the back. It feels better to me this way, I also glued a rubber piece of Kitchen cabinet liner to the bottom to keep the pedal from sliding on the floor. I will attempt to update if the pedal breaks.
the disk was in between the cardboard packaging and is a mini disk. It would have been easy to miss.
The program you load is fairly simple, and it only take a few seconds to set the key you want. When it first loaded it was in Chinese, but there was an option for english. It would have saved me a second of panic, lol, if they built it to load in english.
Well, less than 2 months after I bought it, it quit. It started hanging upwith the mic keyed (that was fun) then it just quit. I did a reinstall, tried it out and its dead. I plan to take it apart to see if I can find something easy to fix. It was treated very well, never stomped on and really not used that much. I am very disapointed in it
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked well while it worked then it fell apart after a few monthsPublished 7 months ago by David Reid
Even after getting the drivers installed and setting everything up through the provided software it does not function properly. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jim
I use this exclusively as a push to talk button for TeamSpeak. What it does is maps the pedal to a keyboard key. Very handy and useful for many situations. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jason
eh, worked great for a while then one of the plastic pieces inside broke and the pedal was stuck in the down position. I wasn't too rough on it either... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Seth Rolfe
Build quality isn't the highest in the history of the world, but it is a programmable USB input -- *works great* for a push-to-talk control on VoIP (Teamspeak, Vent, Mumble, etc)... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Benjamin A.