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"A solid yoke & good quadrant for the price."
4 stars"

I bought this to practice IFR flying in Flight Simulator X. It works even without any of the included software and has fairly smooth movement. The elevator control can be a little imprecise at times but the aileron movement is smooth, though limited – the most it can tilt is approx 45 degrees, far less than in an actual plane. The elevator travel is similarly limited, and the yoke itself is oversized when compared to any of the small planes I've been in.

The throttle quadrant I have no complaints about. It works perfectly with FSX, the switches are great for gear/flaps/cowl etc and you can even simulate reverse thrust or prop feathering by mapping the detentes (the part of the axis below zero). You have to apply extra pressure to go down to these, which is good because you'll never do it accidentally. The detents show up as buttons in FSX and you'll have to map them using a third party program like FSUIPC. The throttle quadrant can also be attached to it's clamp in something like four different ways, so you've plenty of options.

Overall this is probably the best Yoke on the market, it has a metal shaft unlike some of the cheap plastic ones out there, and it's separate throttle quadrant allows for greater customization than if it were attached. I've bought another quadrant for multi-engine simulation as well. it's not perfect, but for the price you won't find better.

9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.
"Does what it should"
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

I'm really happy with this. The action is smooth, the mounting is solid and doesn't take long to install or remove. The clock is really handy too. It has plenty of buttons, any more and you might have trouble remembering what you have assigned them to. The software is ok, however with using Xplane 9 and FSX, I haven't needed to use it.

On the downside, it is quite large, and the yoke itself is a touch over sized. Especially compared to a yoke in a real Cessna 172.

10 out of 11 people found this review helpful.
"A good piece of kit, though with some limitations"
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

As I have only had this piece of equipment a short time, I have not yet had time to evaluate it fully. First impressions are that it does what it says on the box!

It would have been helpful to have got a set of operating instructions with this system, as I don't think that the information on the back of the box provides enough information. For example, I have not yet worked out what the three modes are for and how to make the best use of them. It did take me a couple of hours to program the system, to the way I wanted it and I have found that that my flight simulator – Flight Sim X seems to have forgotten some of the settings that I have programmed. This of course may well be finger trouble!

Another minor irritation that I have found with this system, is that the control yoke tends to be a little graunchy. This is caused by the steel yoke rod, rubbing on the control yoke plastic casing. Though it would be nice to have some kind of control restriction on the control yoke, to simulate aerodynamic loads and trim settings, the current spring loading is okay for now. It is wondered however, if the yoke springs will lose their tension, the more the yoke is utilised.

Overall I have enjoyed using my Saitek Pro Flight Yoke System; up to now and have found it a lot more easy and realistic to use than my Saitek Cyborg Evo joystick, which is not very good when flying and practicing aircraft manoeuvers in aircraft fitted with control yoke systems, e.g. The Piper Tomahawk, which I am learning to fly for real!

6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.


A flight yoke game controller for use in Popular flight simulations, designed to replicate the control system in a real airplane.

High quality, realistic control experience for the ultimate in immersive Flight Simulation.

  • Precision elevator and aileron control through yoke.
  • 14 button controls including. 6 on the quadrant 3-position mode switch.
  • Durable, stainless steel yoke shaft.
  • Ultra-stable 2 position desk clamp.
  • Built-in chronometer for in-flight timing.
  • Integrated 3 port USB hub, Power adapter available separately.
  • Separate 3 axis lever throttle quadrant which can be mounted in different ways.
  • Saitek Smart Technology programming software included.
Release date Australia
December 21st, 2007
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