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Busdude666
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thenthornthing wrote:
If you are spending £200 on a wheel and do not have a guarantee you are stupid. If they were that stupid, they should have got a replacement.


I don't know if they payed exactly £200 for it, and I don't know if it was a Logitech or not. The point that I was trying to make is that you could buy an expensive wheel and it could f*ck up soon after purchase. Although it's more likely to happen with cheaper wheels. They did infact have guarantees and got a full refund btw.

thenthornthing wrote:
Logitech are very good with guarantees.


So they should be aswell, the prices of their wheels are extremely dear and are more than enough to cover their expenses. But, since I have never used a Logitech wheel, I wouldn't know if they are worth the money or not. But they should be for the amount you're paying.. Rolling Eyes
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I paid £14.99 for mine, it's been dropped on the floor about 200 times and it still works fine! after a year of having it too!
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Nice one. Thumbs Up I'm happy for ya. Razz That's the thing with cheap wheels, some packup within the first week, and some go on and on forever. If you get a decent one, you're alright. But it's all a matter of luck..
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Luigi!?! wrote:
I paid £14.99 for mine, it's been dropped on the floor about 200 times and it still works fine! after a year of having it too!


Sometimes dropping stuff make sit work better. Razz
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EA711 wrote:
Sometimes dropping stuff make sit work better. Razz

Agreed, works quite well with my phone Razz
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