Reviews and Problems with Logitech Driving Force GT
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A great sturdy stand
Adeniji Olusegun Samuel, Amazon
25 April 2014
Summary: Please do not be deceived by the simplicity in looks of this stand, its such a practical racing wheel stand. Superb ergonomics and economics of space. Top of it all is the great customer oriented man behind the product, very swift to respond to your queries. I will recommend this to anyone who wants to give racing more than a cursory consideration.
Summary: Looking for a more immersive experience in some of my driving games, I was able to get this wheel for about $100. At that price point I think the features it offers is fantastic. I don't have a PS3, so this is all from a PC perspective. I've hooked everything up, and installed the drivers and I was ready to go. The wheel itself is pretty comfortable to use, and its rubber feels good to the touch.
Summary: Not bad but it could be allot better for the kind of money like use real materials to make it look like a real steering wheel like metal and rubber I mean all it really is, is plastic and be nice if this was wireless. But it is good in performance.
Summary: I bought this to go along with my Logitech driving force GT and it really is just perfectly made for the wheel. it seemed a little wobbly when I was setting it up and I had kind of hesitated buying it but once you have everything set this stand doesn't move and it easily allows you to get up / sit down. I would suggest getting some velcro or 3M double sided tape though to secure the pedals on the bottom plate since they will move around a little bit.
Summary: A great wheel for the price. I have not tried the significantly more pricey G25/G27, however the DFGT is a massive step up from a controller and is well worth every penny. The force feedback is great. The wheel has worked with every racing game I've used it with. Some of the games require calibration, but you can look online for help with setting up the wheel for a particular game. I've used it with GT5, F1 2011, rFactor, and SimRaceway.