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Saitek PS33 Aviator Dual Throttle Joystick

by Saitek

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  • Rapid fire trigger / 4 buttons
  • 8-way 'point-of-view' hat switch
  • 4 two-way toggle switches / 3D Twist Rudder control
  • Dual throttles / Single spring gimbal mechanism
  • Works with: Windows XP, XP64 and Vista (all versions) Windows 7

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  • Product Dimensions: 21.3 x 23.4 x 26.9 cm ; 454 g
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 Kg
  • Item model number: PS33
  • ASIN: B000I62PEK
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 20 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #193,403 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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By Stephen Vanschaik on June 26 2013
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The Classic, the best. The community has made this game what it is but you can't go wrong getting this product on hardcopy! Get them before they are gone!
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Excellent stick for the money Dec 31 2006
By Rene S. Hoepelman Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
I just bought this a few days ago and I am very pleased. Works great with Blazing Angels: Squadr WWII PC once you get the joystick mapped to the keyboard. The mapping software is fairly simple. You can switch between differnt setups with the A/B switch with is a very nice feature.

Has twist for yaw built into the handle and 8 position pov. Duel throttle is nice but I dont believe they can work independant. I have to play around with it some more. Plenty of extra buttons and toggles to program.

I always liked Saitek because they make joysticks that can be configured for us Lefty's. This joystick works for both left and right handers out of the box. The joystick has all the features of some of the more expensive joysticks, but 1/2 the cost.
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Perfect for Flight Simulator 2004 !! Oct. 21 2006
By Danger Man - Published on Amazon.com
After having a bad experience with the Logitech Extreme Pro 3D joystick (see my review) I purchased this one and WOW what a difference. Worked perfectly right out of the box and some of the switches are already set up for flaps etc. without loading the software ! In fact I never intend to load the software because Microsoft recommends against it. Why mess up a good thing ? Saitek Rocks !!
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
One of the better joysticks out there that you can find Jan. 19 2007
By Mac Chin - Published on Amazon.com
I recently got back into flight simming when I borrowed my brother's Jane's F/A-18 game. I've always been a fan of the Jane's games, but never had the appropriate equipment. Eager to play, I tried a gamepad as well as an old Logitech Force Feedback Wingman. The latter had way too much dead space and a poorly designed rubbery boot to protect the base of the stick. I also have never been a fan of the force feedback either. So that left me with either the mucho expensivo HOTAS sticks from CH or Thrustmaster or a middle of the road joystick from Saitek.

The Saitek Aviator is a moderately priced, combat themed joystick that has a plethora of buttons and a dual throttle to boot. The missile launch button illuminates red so you'll never forget which button to release hell. It also has a safety cover. The best part of the joystick was the little to none deadspace. The stick is kept taught by a coiled steel spring and has a dust cover to protect dust from entering the pivot ball.

The only cons I have noticed is that the Aviator is a bit on the light side and maybe could use another POV hat, but can't really expect much for the low price.

All in all, a decent stick for a great price, you won't be disappointed.

Update after using it for 3 months:
The joystick is still responsive although it is not as tight as when I first got it. Highly recommended for the casual simmer.
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
a nice joystick with some disappointments May 3 2007
By athensoh - Published on Amazon.com
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I used to own Saitek Cyborg, which was very comfortable to use although had some precision problems. When I saw this one in a store, I immediately liked it, especially those vintage style switches and the missile button cover. :) I just got myself the Il-2 game, so I gave this joystick a try.

I should say that everything has worked so far great in terms of basic operations, setting up with the game, etc, but this joystick has shown a few little drawbacks, which are a bit annoying.

1. The base is too light, so during gaming I have to hold it with my left hand to prevent the joystick from unnecessary moves around the desk. I remember my Saitek Cyborg 3d model was much heavier making it more stable than Aviator. This is very unfortunate.

2. The panel which should be attached at the bottom of the stick and should support your hand was quite hard to attach around the stick. The screws were hard to put, as a result the panel is loose now and I don't have the ability to tighten the screws.

3. In my previous joystick it was possible to move that supporting panel lower or higher to the stick, so people with smaller hands (kids) could use it comfortably. This one doesn't allow to do this, so my 8-year old sone is quite uncomfortable using it as his hand lacks support from beneath.

In all other points I like it but would probably try something else soon.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Works great with x-plane on a mac Dec 6 2007
By S. Flaherty - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this for my son, who has a new macbook with x-plane installed. We couldn't get other joysticks to work, but this worked perfectly. All the buttons and switches were easily programmed in the x-=plane program. A great joystick for the money.

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