Reviews and Problems with Saitek Pro Flight Rudder Pedals
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Tim M., Newegg
1 week ago
Summary: I've had issues trying to get these to work in Microsoft Flight. And since the game has zero support and has been largely ignored and forgotten about by Microsoft it's no big deal. Flight Simulator X, X-Plane, Elite Dangerous, these pedals work without question. and sometime in the future Star Citizen will too.
Pros: These things take a weekend beating and still manage to function beautifully. From X-Plane to Elite Dangerous these pedals work. Properly configured they will give you many years of service. I recently added a Volair Sim flight simulation setup to my rig and these pedals with their hook and loop tape work. And won't budge a millimeter, no matter how much force you put into braking on the runway. (Note, the Volair Sim chair separated from the display assembly before th...
Cons: Again the short USB cable is the PZ35 Pro's downfall. Needing either an extension USB cable or a USB hub to bridge the distance to your PC. (Unless its on the floor and close by to the pedals.)
Summary: The quality of this set is everything I wanted. It works reliably with Flight Simulator (Steam Edition), and my plane reacts exactly the way I expect. That being said, rudder pedals are pretty much opposite of the way a steering wheel works. That's why it's so critical to have a set to practice with.
Summary: Only used pedals a couple of times, but they really enhance the experience. Seem to be substantial in their construction, and a good size. I expected something flimsy that I would have to baby, but so far, so good. Time will tell as far as build quality goes. ..
Summary: Works great, is a bit susceptible to shocks (static electricity) so I can't wear my slippers when playing. The adjustable tension dial is great I have it dialed up so I have some resistance and the pedals work great in all the combat sims I Play. They are bigger and wider than I thought, very comfortable to use.