The Playseat Challenge X – Logitech G Edition looks almost identical to the non-collaboration Playseat Challenge Black Actifit, which is about $70 cheaper. The Logitech version comes with a shifter mount, which is an optional extra on the non-collaboration version, as well as a tilt pedal mount that doesn’t appear to be on the regular Challenge. The Logitech version also has an additional handle for easy position adjustment and of course the cool Logitech G logo and blue on black color scheme. Logitech’s marketing says it is compatible with the Logitech G racing wheel and the Logitech G Driving Force Shifter. Ought also Works with any other wheel, pedal and shifter on the market.
There are posts at the bottom that hold the pedals in place and can be adjusted back and forth to fit your leg length. And the seat itself has six positions that can help you feel like you’re in a car (even if it’s essentially a lawn chair).
When you’re considering a dedicated racing chair, you’re probably already quite interested in racing simulators. The Challenge X could be a good option for people who were put off by the volume or price of other cabins. And the whole thing weighs just 26 pounds and folds flat for storage when you’re not using it.
And when your aunt and uncle pay you a surprise visit, your Playseat Challenge You can explain to your uncle that the chair conforms to his body, includes “adjustable stiffness,” and has a breathable mesh that will keep him thermally controlled (he could use that). However, don’t push him too far back or he won’t be able to reach his chai.
Once they’re gone, you can remount the steering wheel and pedals so you can sit back, set another pace, and get back on the track. Logitech sells Playseat Challenge X – Logitech G Edition on Amazon.