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VelocityOne Flight Stand

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1.900,00 kr

Limited stock available
Ordered before 23:00 (CEST), expected delivery between 29-05 and 03-06

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    SKU: EU-TB-003
    Article code: TURA16.BX.GADC
    Barcode: 731855007202

    Description

    The Turtle Beach VelocityOne Stand is a universal - height adjustable and foldable - stand for your flight simulator hardware.

    Always ready for your next flight

    Because you can't leave your cockpit permanently, this mode saves you the trouble of setting up and taking down your flight sim setup every time. Simply because, like many other flight simulator enthusiasts, you require a desk for work or study because you play flight simulator from the couch.

    The VelocityOne Stand is made for the VelocityOne Flight System and Rudder Pedals (sold separately) but also works with hardware from other manufacturers.
    The stand weighs 8.99 kg, is made of steel, and is adjustable in length, height, and angle. This allows you to place your setup comfortably on whatever couch, chair, or flight seat you are sitting on. Thanks to the adjustable rubber feet, the stand is stable without wobbling.

    After the flight, you quickly fold up the VelocityOne Stand, including the flight simulator hardware, and store it safely until your next flight.

    Pros and cons

    • Suitable for (almost) all brands of flight simulator hardware
    • Fully adjustable for a comfortable flight sim experience
    • Portable despite metal construction
    • Not suitable for HOTAS setups


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