There’s not too many times when a new local product arise and it is really affordable, so it is time to say a few words about it.
Since the last months of the past year, Aritz, a local simracer, has been building and selling the first 3D printed peripheral for simracers. It is a shifter, with h-pattern and sequential modes, developed in ABS with small nylon parts, totally customizable and with a very inexpensive price. It starts at 77€ plus shipping fees.
It comes with two knobs, also 3D printed, and with at least 3 different colors. It is possible to attach it to a table, an aluminum stand, an standard racing rig or whatever you have in your place.
Currently, there is a waiting list for at least one month.
You can make an order or view more pictures here.
UPDATE: You can order directly from its new website
And a quick review video.