Can the Playseat Challenge handle the strong forces and weight of the new Fanatec CSL DD? Time to find out if the tubular frame is enough to stand up to it?
So you have a Playseat Challenge and want to know if it is strong enough for the new Fanatec CSL DD. Well, great people in the sim racing community are here to test these kinds of things out.
Instead of just having the money and pulling the trigger on a purchase, you should always do your research. The last thing you want is to empty your wallet and find out you have made a massive mistake though not researching.
In this video by Karl Gosling, he tests the Fanatec CSL DD on the Playseat Challenge for many things including structure, layout, flex, cockpit balance and more.
Sturdy enough for the CSL DD?
About the Playseat Challenge
Experience how fun and realistic racing at home can be with Playseat® Challenge!
Challenge your opponents with the Playseat® Challenge! This seat is very compact, stable and adjustable. Thanks to its unique foldable design, it uses little space when not in use, so you can store it easily, for example in a wardrobe or under a bed. Ideal for people who have little space, but want a fun, realistic racing experience!
The Playseat® Challenge is highly adjustable, so it is suitable for both children and adults. The seating is coated with Alcantara, the material they use in real race cars!
Step up your racing game with Playseat® Challenge!
After going public in 2006 the company was restructured and newly aligned. The Fanatec® brand is since fully focused on markets for virtual racing (SimRacing) and now offer a wide variety of products for this market segment like steering wheels, high quality pedals, shifters, cockpits and much more. All of these products are available in Europe, North America, and since 2012 also in Australia and Japan. Since the combination of advanced technology, features and quality is the basis for Endor’s past success, it will continue to define it in the future years as well.