Deal of the day: Logitech steering wheels are nearly half-price

No brakes to these discounts.

Logitech steering wheels currently sport pole position prices with discounts.

There’s nothing like cruising around a track with your hands on a steering wheel and your feet resting on pedals. You can switch a fan on to simulate the wind in your hair or protect your noggin with a helmet for true F1 immersion. Getting a dedicated kit is a touch harder to justify than a new mouse or keyboard. Fortunately, Logitech G920 and G29 have come speeding into the sales with one at nearly half its usual price.

Logitech G920 sports the biggest deal, with 43% off on Amazon UK, bringing the price down to £198.99. This saves you £150 off the device’s MSRP. The same wheel is 23% cheaper on Amazon US with a much leaner $229.99 tag. Certain parts of Europe can also save some cash, with 33% off in Germany, 15% off in France, and 5% off in Italy.

Logitech G29, on the other hand, offers the slimmest £189.99 after chopping 27% off on Amazon UK. Much like its counterpart, there is a range of savings across the countries, as it’s flying off the shelves for $229.99 or €222.

Logitech G29 to the left and Logitech G920 to the right against a white background.

Logitech steering wheels

“Engineered for the perfect driving experience with dual-motor force feedback, adjustable stainless steel paddle shifters, and hand-stitched leather wheel.”

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Which should you go for: Logitech G920 or G29?

PC gamers can take their pick, as both steering wheels will work with Steam and other storefronts. The real nitty gritty comes to whether you own a console. Logitech G920 supports Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, while Logitech G29 favours PlayStation 4 and 5.

Otherwise, the wheels are identical and built to a high quality. Driving Force feedback simulates the feeling of a real car, so you get the sensation that there’s ground beneath you. 900-degree rotation matches an F1 racing car, letting you turn the wheel 2.5 times before it locks. You can even customise the pressure-sensitive nonlinear brake pedals with additional faces to personalise your feel.

The biggest benefit of sticking with Logitech is its sheer popularity. Not only do you know what you’re getting, but the brand has an entire ecosystem around these wheels. Officially, Logitech provides accessories like the Driving Force Shifter, and unofficially, communities have added their own flavours in the form of mods. Your mileage may vary (pun intended), but it grants you a wealth of options.

Since Amazon lists these as limited-time deals, they won’t be around forever. I recommend you snap one up sooner rather than later. If you’re not happy with your purchase, just send it back within 30 days for a full refund.

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