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I like it and I'm in the market for new flight controls... All that's left is "how much"?

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   Looks interesting. I am curious about the amount of travel on the axis', as well as the targeted price range. And does it connect to the XBone? 

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It's certainly priced right, and given the people involved I'm full of optimism for this product!  Sign me the heck up!

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I like it and I'm in the market for new flight controls... All that's left is "how much"?

Price was given, supposed to be $169

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Count me in hat switch on right - nice want one now - great price nice rocker switches - thanks to original poster   :dance:

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It's nice to see someone new entering this field. If the quality proves to be there this will indeed be interesting.  I've always used a stick for simming, but this just might tempt me to try a yoke for a change which will be more aligned with my days of flying in the real world.

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   My apologies, I did miss the price listing, as well as the stated 180 degrees rotation. It is a very good looking yoke for an incredible price. If it has sufficient travel on the elevator axis, it will give even yoko, the yoke, not ono, a run for the money.

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One thing I'm always curious about - why doesn't someone make an affordable 737-style yoke, maybe in plastic? If someone made a $169 737-style yoke I bet they'll sell like hotcakes.

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If it has sufficient travel on the elevator axis, it will give even yoko, the yoke, not ono, a run for the money.

 

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But you never know, those suckers might be 'aerospace grade'.

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Add some force feedback and I'm a buyer.   Until then,  my TM Hotas will have to do.

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