Articles with tag 'VIRPIL Controls'

Review - VPC Hawk-60 Collective Grip

Review - VPC Hawk-60 Collective Grip

The Hawk-60 Collective grip is the second offer from VIRPIL for a collective set and, you may have guessed it, it resembles the UH-60 Blackhawk collective head.

VIRPIL dropping the prices on their store

VIRPIL dropping the prices on their store

This is not a temporary sale, but an actual decrease of the prices, which can go down by up to 20%.

Review: VIRPIL VPC Constellation ALPHA Prime

Review: VIRPIL VPC Constellation ALPHA Prime

The ALPHA Prime is one of the latest VIRPIL products to come out to the market. But while it’s a grip that seems to be mostly aimed at space/sci-fi games, there’s a particular feature to this model that made me take a second look at it.

Review: VIRPIL VPC MongoosT-50CM3 Joystick Base

Review: VIRPIL VPC MongoosT-50CM3 Joystick Base

VIRPIL launched a new joystick base that builds on its predecessor and comes with a feature designed for helicopter simmers. What is it, what does it do, and does it deliver? Find out in this review.

VIRPIL announces the start of operations in the US

VIRPIL announces the start of operations in the US

The company is expanding and opened a branch dedicated to the US market.

VIRPIL is having a sale on helicopter controls

VIRPIL is having a sale on helicopter controls

The manufacturer is offering an extra discount on helicopter controls starting today and they have indicated prices will rise in August.

Review: VIRPIL VPC ACE-Torq Pedals

Review: VIRPIL VPC ACE-Torq Pedals

A few weeks ago, VIRPIL released a new product which is clearly aimed at the helicopter pilots, even if the design is a bit… Odd. Intrigued? So was I. Fortunately, I got my hands on a unit to tell you all about it.

VIRPIL released VPC ACE Torq Pedals aimed at the virtual helicopter pilots

VIRPIL released VPC ACE Torq Pedals aimed at the virtual helicopter pilots

The pedals are based on an old design, and it allows for adjustments that should make it easier to control.

Review: K-51 damper for VIRPIL rudder pedals

Review: K-51 damper for VIRPIL rudder pedals

How do you improve something that’s already pretty darn good? Can you even do it? Can you turn a 10 into 11? Spoiler alert: yes, you can.

K-51 develops friction system for the VIRPIL Rudder Pedals

K-51 develops friction system for the VIRPIL Rudder Pedals

The kit allows you to control the force required to move the pedal, which can reduce stress on your legs if you use the spring, or to provide some force in case you remove it, for helicopters.