The Obutto R3Volution Gaming Cockpit is the PREMIER gaming cockpit for Flight Sims, Racing Sims, and General Computer Use/Workstation Usage. The Obutto series of cockpits are the FIRST cockpits to ever be multi-task cockpits, catering to Flight Sim users, Racing Sim Users and General Workstation users, all in one. To top things off, your purchase will also come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Featuring a more aggresive design, further adjustability over the Obutto oZone, and even more stability. The Obutto R3Volution is simply the ultimate cockpit. Available accessories make the Obutto R3Volution also the most versatile, such as optional triple monitor mount, a set of acrylic tabletops to add some stellar style, but also some added function to your Obutto, and a flight stick mount for flight sim pilots. Some accessories in the above product images are not included with the base cockpit.
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RAID 0 (Striping) takes two drives of the same size and creates a bridge between them to make them act as one large drive. For example two 250GB drives would show up on the system as one large 500GB drive. This increases the speed of data being processed as it writes and reads across both drives. The downside is there is no data security. If one drive goes down in the RAID 0 configuration all data is lost as half is stored on one drive and the other half on the other. This is best used for situations where the data is not critical, but a speed performance increase may be desirable such as when using the machine for gaming.
RAID 1 (Mirroring) takes both drives and uses one to create a real time backup to the second. In this case two 250GB drives will show up as one 250GB drive. This is a good setup for those looking for data security as information put on the main drive of the RAID will immediately be copied over to the other drive as an exact match. You do lose some speed due to the extra processing, but allows for the data to be saved if one of the drives in the RAID go down. Simply replacing the defective drive will automatically rebuild the array over a short time.×
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by Sharita – Jul 14th 2014
I just purchased, delivery took about 4 days. I watched the videos, and followed along during assembly. It took about 3 1/2 hours pretty straight forward, no surprises. It is very comfortable. Purchased the triple mount, and throttle & stick. I am really enjoying the product, it is very strudy, and well designed.
Thanks, I would recommend to anyone looking for a great product for flight sim.
by Matt – Jun 2nd 2014
The product was available at a local distributor the next day and saved me shipping, what luck. That is the way this purchase started. Assembly was straight forward, but the instructions basically suck. Every video review not by obbutto say the same thing, so no surprise there. I am 350+ man and although the seat is made for the masses, not for big guys, it really is pretty comfortable, and sturdy enough for us big guys. As far as lasting, we'll see. I am a flight simulation guy, and this pit does work as such, it is not a perfect fit without some modifications. I bought all the extras, have Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS, and the mounts work perfectly. The really only bad thing is that the 3 screen mounting system is not very well supported without mounting the base to something rigid. It seems like there should be another cross member attaching them together, not just the single monitor bridge. A second brace would be much more stable. All in all, I would recommend this pit for the racing or flying enthusiast. A bit pricey but you could not build one yourself for less. I hope this helps others decide favorably on this product.
by Troy – May 3rd 2014
GREAT PRODUCT LOVE IT WELL BUILT JUST AWESOME 1 OF THE BEST THINGS I HAVE BOUGHT FOR SIM RACING!!! a little drawn out to put together but easy to do just a lot of parts to put together. GET YOU 1 !!!
by Fisher44 – Jan 1st 2014
Since this is the first substantial gaming cockpit I have purchased, I can't compare it to other comparably priced items. The previous setup was cobbled together and was less than ideal. This product is outstanding in its stability. Nothing moves when at the wheel, and the seat is extremely comfortable even after a couple of hours of intense racing. The only disadvantage that I have noticed is the inability to adjust the angle of the wheel when raising or lowering. I like the steering wheel low and parallel to my body when I drive, just as I do when driving my real Corvette. However, this I consider to be only a minor irritation. Other than that, I consider this to be an outstanding product, and a rock solid investment that will last a long time. Although it took 4 hours to assemble, it was worth the effort in the long run.
by william martinez – Dec 27th 2013
This is built like a tank it will last forever nothing moves or wobbles while you drive like a maniac. Assembly takes some time to get everything square and perfectly straight but once your done its worth it. The seat is comfortable for a few hours but I noticed the material will wrinkle on the bottom cushion I wish it was all leather. The key board tray is ok but I wish it had a small solid mounted tray on the right side of it for my phone, remotes, etc and a small hook to hang my headset. Other than those small things I would recommend it to anyone who wants to improve their game and be comfortable for the first time while you race or play your favorite shooters. I also purchased the triple monitor stand and assembled it looks cool but it feels like it could fall forward with heavy monitors it needs a better stance to take away that wobble and un easy feeling what if I bumped into. Other wise plenty of adjustability and it will last forever solid steel tubing.
by Onyzym – Dec 25th 2013
While the cockpit itself is fantastic, the triple monitor setup stands out as a complete afterthought. While it holds the monitors, the rig does not give me confidence that it will keep from falling over if I were to even slightly bump it. There should be L-brackets added to the outside of the Obutto cockpit to ensure the monitor stand remains firmly "grounded."
Also, what's the deal with selling the Buttkicker as an "add-on" option when, in fact, there are ZERO mounting provisions for it. Add the proper holes in the cockpit and mounting hardware for the Buttkicker BEFORE you go calling it an "accessory."
by Daniel G – Nov 26th 2013
Tons of reviews listed here as well as lots of great video reviews online. What else can be said this thing is damn near perfect and anything that I can manage to find wrong are really just nit picking. I haven't been this happy with any purchase I've ever made. This thing will last me for decades.
by T-Bone – Nov 23rd 2013
Let me start my review with this...the cockpit is great for racing. If that's all you're going to do with it, it's going to be great for the most part.
However, if you're planning on using this as a desk or gaming station that you'll sit in for multiple hours at a time (like it's advertised), I don't think that the obutto is that great. The biggest problem is the seat...after a few hours it really starts to get uncomfortable. My height (6'4") causes issues as well. The keyboard swivel arm barely fits under the wheel for me, knocking my mouse off all the time. I can't move the arm any lower(already scraping the tops of my legs) so it's basically an unsolvable problem.
Also, when in 'desk' mode, there's not really any place to put your legs. I end up putting them on either side of the pedals, which isn't that great.
The monitor stand doesn't match the instructions. I put it together and then realized that my monitor was too low (it used to be adjustable, now it isn't). After hours of putting it together, taking something apart like that isn't that appealing.
In closing, I guess my thoughts are that if you're looking for a racing cockpit with light pc use, this might fit the bill. If you're looking for a 50/50 split though, this just isn't adequate in my opinion because of the low comfort level after multiple hours. I'm probably going to end up selling it because of that, which really sucks after all the time and money I spent on it.
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