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Thrustmaster Bundle - Scuderia Ferrari F1 Wheel and T Racing Ferrari Headset

Thrustmaster Bundle - Scuderia Ferrari F1 Wheel and T Racing Ferrari Headset

Brand THRUSTMASTER | CL SKU 35499
 
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$ 499 .00
was $549.00

Or 6 Weekly payments from NZD $83.17 what's this?

Or 52 Weekly payments from NZD $9.60 what's this?

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FROM THE PADDOCKS…

Designed for a demanding community and perfectly adapted for all racing games:

Effective stereo technology ensures excellent audio fidelity for the most lifelike reproduction of the sounds of car engines and other surrounding elements

2”/50 mm analytic headphone speaker drivers for clear sound with no saturation

Design inspired by the real headsets used in the Scuderia Ferrari’s paddocks

Memory foam cushions

Detachable and adjustable microphone


Featuring multiplatform compatibility:

PS3™, PS4™ / Xbox One® / PC (Windows® 10, 8, 7)



…TO THE CIRCUIT!

A wheel designed for Thrustmaster’s single-seater racing fans looking for realistic sensations:

Intuitive ergonomics allowing for highly-precise gameplay — access to buttons is easy and optimized

The wheel’s textured rubber grip allows for realistic, comfortable handling

2 different gaming modes:

- “Normal” mode on PC and consoles

- “Advanced” mode for expert users on PC

Professional-quality rotary knobs, switches and buttons

Up to 25 available action buttons

Two multidirectional D-pads, plus two up/down paddle shifters (F1 “Push & Pull” style)

Compatible with Thrustmaster T-Series racing wheel bases

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UPC

663296421883

Category

Controllers - Drive

Brand

Thrustmaster

Part Number

4160764

Warranty

1-Year Warranty

Average

Would recommend - yes

Not enough unique button assignments for the price, heaps of them are doubled-up (xBox) and it simply does not give you enough mapping options for a game as complex as F1 2020. It is much nicer to drive with than the GT wheel and eventually you work around the button assignment limitations.