Thrustmaster T-Flight Hotas X Flight Stick

Thrustmaster is a designer and manufacturer of interactive entertainment hardware and accessories for PC and game consoles. Wide hand-rest for optimal comfort. Programmable: the 12 buttons and 5 axles are entirely programmable. (**) This joystick is not distributed under licence or with the approval of Microsoft Corporation / Ubisoft / 505 Games. Configurations by default: PC : Flight Simulator X (**) Microsoft PS3 & PC : Tom Clancy’s HawX (**) Ubisoft PS3 : IL-2 Sturmovik Birds of prey (**) 505 Games. Unique: Plug & Play for ultra-simple and fast installation with all functions pre-configured for immediate takeoff (without worrying about configuration). Detachable, real-size, ergonomically-designed throttle control. Exclusive “MAPPING” button: all functions may be instantly switched around between each other. Dual-system aerodynamic control: by rotating handle (with integrated blocking system) or by progressive tilting lever. High-precision joystick with adjustable resistance. Trigger for brakes (civil flight) or for rapid fire (military flight) + multi-directional hat (panoramic view). Internal memory: to save all of your programming, even with the joystick disconnected. Weighted base for greater stability. Exclusive “PRESET” button”: to switch, while playing, instantly from one programme to another

Product Features

  • Programmable: the 12 buttons and 5 axles are entirely programmable
  • Detachable, real-size, ergonomically-designed throttle control
  • Exclusive “MAPPING” button: all functions may be instantly switched around between each other
  • High-precision joystick with adjustable resistance
  • Exclusive “PRESET” button”: to switch, while playing, instantly from one programme to another

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  1. Best Flight Stick I’ve Had To Date My first flight stick (or joystick) was the Microsoft Force Feedback Pro which was a very good stick – it had some ‘slop’ in it which eventually got so bad that it was no longer tolerable. It was rugged and comfortable to use, but Microsoft quit making them & also quit supporting them in many flight Sims & newer games. I then had two Saitek Cyborg Evo Joysticks. The first one developed a problem after 11 months with little use, when it went out of calibration and the rudder output stuck in…

  2. A must have for armchair flight cadets! With Tom Clancy’s HAWX on the way to the PS3 later this season, and my sudden urge to revisit Freespace 2, X-Wing, the Wing Commander games on my PC, I decided to give this joystick a shot since it was cheaper than PS3 version of the Saitek Aviator, and it’s also a hands-on-the-throttle model. I am sure glad I did! This stick is awsome, I am very glad that I gave it a chance even though reviews were scarce.It has just about every button you could possibly want in a joystick, they…

  3. The Holy-Grail for Flight-Sim Joy Sticks This is my second one. I bought the first from Amazon last October-08. I was impressed with it’s construction and overall operation ,but it had a few quirks. So I sent it back and paid the re-stock fee.I’ve been a Microsoft Flight Simmer for 7-8 years and I’ve tried and/or owned almost all the joy-sticks and yokes(with and without foot pedals)that have been marketed in this…

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