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Openwheeler Advanced Racing Simulator Seat Driving Simulator Gaming Chair with Gear Shift Mount
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- Suitable for all gaming consoles/pc
- Totally compatible with ps4 ps3, ps2, ps1, Xbox one, xbox360, Nintendo: Wii, GameCube, n64, Sega, pc
- All the stability you will ever need, polyester paintwork
- Total adjustment control, the lightest overall weight
- Gear shifter can be mounted on the left or right hand side of the open wheeler racing simulator
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Steering wheel controls are not included. Gear shift mount included. Racing seat simulator that offers stability and comfort you cant find that easy. Its simple design and high quality materials make it a unique peace of accessory for any steering wheel and video game platform. The chassis together with the supreme racing seat provide all the stability a game racer need for a total game control. In perfect comfort position.
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Additionally... AND THIS IS AMAZING...Home Racer (the manufacturer) has untouchable support and customer service. After two years of driving with the Logitech G920 setup, I am picking up a Fanatec kit. Home Racer is replacing 4 major pieces FOR FREE. The upgraded parts have pre-drilled holes for the Fanatec setup, and also provide better support and sturdiness. They are sending them out at no charge and even covering shipping.
If you buy from a competitor, you will not get this kind of product quality or support, and you will likely pay more for your driving chair.
In researching cockpits, I read every review I could find, watched every hands on video I could dig up and then set about to define the qualities or characteristics I desired in a cockpit. First, and foremost, I wanted a comfortable seat. Not so that I could sit for hours for an endurance race, but because I did not ever want to get up from a session feeling like I wish I had done something else. Second, I wanted a rigid wheel platform. And here, I am not talking about the kind of ridigity that is necessary for ham handed steering. I have watched videos of simulator drivers who appeared to be applying steering inputs through brute force and the wheel and mount movement reflected that effort. Third, I wanted a stiff pedal platform and, finally, I wanted a sufficient degree of adjustibility with respect to foot, hand and butt position so that I could feel both comfortable and like I was in a natural driving position.
As I researched, it occured to me that having a large and permanent footprint for the cockpit was not desirable. While I was interested enough to pay the price for an RSeat, I was left with the impression that, once set up, it would own the part of the room that I placed it in. My setup includes a 120" screen with a ceiling mount projector. There are also four home theater seats that take up all but about 2' of the room on either side of the chairs. I use the room for both listening and playing music and there is a small desk off to the side with an oak rocker that is my desk chair.
The Openwheeler cockpit looked like it would satisfy all my original requirements and, with the removal of a single large rubber covered knob that fixed the pedal/wheel mount to the seat, I could use the chair for my desk, too. After talking the the US distributor for OW, I decided that the combination of features and cost met my needs and I ordered the cockpit from Amazon.
It arrived in two days and was in excellent shape despite a few cuts and bruises on the shipping box. There is a fair amount of "free" space in the box so I am assuming that whatever bumps and bruises the box experienced in shipping were limited to the parts of the box that had a lot of air space inside. In any case, the cockpit was pristine upon unpacking.
Assembly was straightforward and took about 20 minutes. All parts appear well constructed, work together and fit well (I did have to chase a couple of the threads for the knobs that had too much powder coating inside).The wheel mount had holes that fit my Thrustmaaster FX and the pedal platform had mounting holes that worked for the TX pedals. Everything went together easily and it took about an hour of driving to fine tune the spacial relationships between hands, feet and butt.
The chair itself is more comfortable than the seat that came with my Honda S2000. it slides fore and aft and has a lever to the side to adjust seat back angle. While I bought the version with the shifter mount, I have not yet used the mount. Yes, it has a post between your legs, but that is not an issue for me. The pedal platform has three mounting positions to accomodate L/R mounting positions. While elimination of the center post seems to be a nice to have feature, such a design would leave me with a cockpit that has to stay together when I am not using the simulator.. With the OW, I can break down the driving controls from the seat in 15 seconds and use the chair as my desk chair (I should add that the seat is lower than the chair I previously used for the desk, but my desk allows both the monitor base as well as the keyboard to be lowered).
All in all, This is the best cockpit for me and at a very reasonable price.
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