Reviews and Problems with Logitech G27 Racing Wheel
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Logitech hates me
James T., Newegg
1 November 2015
Summary: After a 3 month long ticket to replace a faulty $20 keyboard, then my gaming mouse that was only a couple of months old endlessly clicking and having a terrible time getting it replaced(I never did), and now this....I will NOT be buying another Logitech product.
Pros: Stays attached to desk and easily removable. Force feedback feels great(could be stronger but great) Lots of support from most games. Feels quality.
Cons: Cost me hundreds in parts replacements diagnosing problems. After fighting with my PC on a hard reset problem in only a handful of games. I bought a new Mobo, a new PSU, and then realized it seemingly only happened in certain driving games. I removed the wheel and played for 2 hours without an is...
Cons: Mine (like many others it seems) has an issue out of the box where an internal servo sensor is loose/broken. causing the wheel to loose it center. it worsens with every turn and can only be fixed by taking it all apart and tightening some stuff up. i paid 250 for something i have to fix. in mt ho...
I got the common calibration issue. You might also.
15 July 2015
Summary: That problem you hear about where the wheel stops calibrating properly, and it veers to the left or right in-game? Yea....that happened to be after less than a month of owning it, and with light careful use (I don't play racing games at all, just euro truck and omsi and other "soft" sims).
Summary: I purchased this controller really eager to play Racing simulators on my PC. The product looked like it was built with sturdy materials (The pedals felt great, the steering wheel was made of leather).
Summary: Paid way too much for such a cheap wheel. The external build of the wheel is great, but the internals are awful, it's built with a very cheap optical encoder wheel, which is what causes all the alignment problems, mine developed a small fracture, causing the wheel to no longer be able to calibrate,...
Summary: This is MASSIVELY over-priced, under-resourced and all around not worth your time. GO to a hardware store, spend $1 and buy a piece of metal 15 inches long. Drill two holes in it and then clamp it to the wheel support (using the wheel's on clamps.
Summary: Unfortunately, mine came defective. In the profile that you install to use this item, there is a section for the clutch to be tested, it reads like a speed-o-meter, left means not pressed, all the way to the right means the pedal is pressed all the way down. Simple right?
Pros: Great feel Great realism Sturdy Good Quality
Cons: Defective products get shipped frequently apparently Takes time to set up Nothing more than that really See other thoughts for issues and the reason why its a low egg
Summary: its was really great wheel when i bought it but not its noisy + feedback problems on the right side so ya i wont recommend anyone to buy it unless there is a fix for that or he wants it for only 2 moths or less because it broke after 2 months,...