Reviews and Problems with Saitek Pro Flight Rudder Pedals
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Works great with flight sims.
12 August 2015
Summary: Pedals feel good when your on the Sim. You can definitely here the spring tension mechanism if you over analyze and move the pedals back and forth briskly. You just gotta fly your sim with it and you won't notice the spring noise with the smoother rudder inputs you actually will be applying.
Summary: This is my second time ordering this same set of Saitek rudder pedals. The first set I had for a year before they decided to break on me. The product works great and is easy to calibrate and setup in a variety of games.
Summary: This product works, but strikes me as mediocre and overpriced. It needs to be shoved up against a wall, or something, to keep it from sliding and tipping. The X-Plane 10 demo had no problem using it, pretty much out-of-the-box and this makes X-Plane 10 more usable for me (though it has its own...
Summary: The pedals are the only Saitek product I've purchased. I doubt I would purchase another product.
Pros: They look great...very authentic.
Cons: Very clunky which wasn't my primary complaint. After 14 months of fairly heavy use, the left toe brake stopped working and the rudder started spiking in that you would push the right pedal to turn right and you would turn left for a brief moment before turning back to the right.
Summary: More resistance on the pedals than on my old Cessna 182K. Not impressed with them. Thought because they carried the name Cessna that they would be much better. Used this for one day. 100% dissatisfied.
Summary: I don't think I would have ever bought it for $200. but I didn't so yay
Pros: I got this thing while it was on sale for 100 dollars, wow did I get lucky. I got it originally to fly helicopters in DCS like the Huey and the MI-8. Other than that it's nice to go that extra mile for airplanes too. Greatest things about this is the sensitivity adjuster, and that you can increas...
Cons: Geez, it costs over 200 dollars in non sale! Its a little uncomfortable for the feet, but somehow it doesn't bother me any more.
Summary: Elite Dangerous, Star Citizen, Take on Helicopters, DCS Blackshark 2 gamers: this will change the way you play! Prep for even more immersion and a higher level of control. Solid build with metal pedals and toe brakes. Adjustable tension. The one draw back: no traction on carpet.