Hands On With The Thrustmaster T.Flight Full Kit X

Source: NiKKTECH Hands On With The Thrustmaster T.Flight Full Kit X

Throttle, Stick And Pedals In One For $200

The Thrustmaster T.Flight Full Kit X is a great way to discover just how poorly modern developers support HOTAS, not to mention pedals, without investing the cash in one of the higher end systems.  The picture shows the throttle and stick attached, they can be disconnected as there is a 60cm (2″) cord connecting them.  The T.Flight Full Kit X is compatible with both PC and XBOX, just flip a switch to chose what you are plugging in to.

The stick sports three buttons on the base of the stick with four more at the top, plus a hat switch while the throttle sports seven plus a rudder on top and and another three at the rear.  The pedals lack tension adjustment but function exactly as you would want in a kit of this price, or you can unplug them if you prefer extra foot room at the moment.

NIKKTECH gave this kit great marks, as it does everything it needs to at a decent price.  There are certainly better HOTAS products out there, however the stick alone could cost you north of $200 which is hard to justify if you are just dipping your toes into this style of game controller.   All will be revealed if you follow this link.

Unlike most HOTAS sets out there which only consist by a stick and a throttle the T.Flight Full Kit X by Thrustmaster combines the T.Flight HOTAS one stick and throttle together with the TFRP rudder system (pedals) which will certainly add to the overall experience and realism of any flight and/or space simulator.

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