Introducing the Playseat Challenge! When space is a concern!
Put the pedal to the metal in the Playseat Challenge sim-racing seat! Featuring a fully collapsible frame for a more temporary setup in your home, media room or dorm that easily folds down to fit into a closet or to slide under a bed frame when not in use. Providing the same realistic level of Playseat immersion you've come to expect, the Challenge offers the same great functionality in a more affordable style with a much more accommodating storage design. The wheel support plate arm swings up for easy in and out of the Challenge seat and latches down to provide stable support of your racing wheel. Racing pedals attach to the lock base to keep them secure and at ideal driving length. Once the driving is done, the Challenge can even collapse with hardware still attached for easy storage of your full sim-racing setup!
The Challenge's Alcantara suede seat cover provides a classy look and feel for any room, and the powder coated steel framework is fully adjustable and supports most next generation steering wheel and pedal sets on the market for Playstation2, Playstation3, Xbox 360 and PC, including Fanatec, Logitech, Thrustmaster and MadCatz editions sold for Playstation2, Playstation3, Xbox, Xbox 360, Wii, and all PC platforms.
31.5 x 22.6 x 7.9
How to Get It
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