Excerpt: It’s a good thing the good people of our Youth Club lent me a Logitech G25 to test - I get to live out my racing fantasies. One thing I noticed was its weight. The G25 isn’t exactly what you’d call light - it’s probably the heaviest driving wheel I’ve tested thus far. The box contains all the things you need to get started - the driving wheel itself, the shift console, the pedals (gas, break, and clutch), power supply and the software to make all of it work.
Excerpt: I purchased the Logitech G25 racing wheel about eight months ago and I haven’t looked back since. This thing is absolutely amazing and better than any racing wheel I have ever used. I use the racing wheel for my PC. It comes with a steering wheel , pedals, and a shifter. I guess I’ll start with the wheel itself since is probably its strongest feature. I love this steering wheel over any abuse in the past. It turns a full 900 degrees like a real steering wheel.
Excerpt: When it comes to racing wheels, the choices are slim. Today we take out Logitech’s G25 for a test drive to see if it can live up to our expectations. With stainless steel and real leather, it’s off to a fast start but can it deliver where it counts… in the games?
Pros: High quality construction, Ease of installation, Leather wheel and shifter, Accurate, 12 total programmable buttons
Cons: Price can be a bit steep for most, Rubber should be used on the clamps and pedals
Excerpt: "...in the racing world. With the Logitech G25 is clearly a couple of giant steps ahead in the Force Feedback. Force feedback implies that the steering controls are heavier in some situations what makes it more realistic. You can even adjust the amount of feedback in the menu of the game. The G-series is Logitech's consists of keyboards, mice, controllers, speakers and headphones when it comes to gaming accessories, it. Most of these accessories use ...
Excerpt: "...one of which being the Logitech G25 force feedback wheel. Well, not only that, but a full pedal box and a H-pattern shifter, something which before now was rarely seen packaged with a gaming accessory and was a luxury gadget attained seperately. But who doesn't want the thrill of simulating a real gearbox to add to the mixture? It's true to say that nearly all bases are covered, yet for the price of £125 you'd be let off for thinking that it's quantity ...
Pros: Wheel and pedals sturdily built, great response and strength from the wheel
Cons: Gearshift unit slightly less convincing than the other components, but still a valiant inclusion
Excerpt: "...wheel, for user preference and Logitech have spoilt the user by providing 2 ways to change gear, Just a twist of a knob allows you to either use a sequential gearbox or a H pattern gear box. The pedals are also very sturdy and durable. Under the pedal box is a carpet gripped which allows the unit to remain fixed to the floor preventing the pedals sliding away from your feet. Although Logitech have released the new G27, this wheel is still up there ...