Introducing Honeycomb Alpha Flight Controls

Honeycomb Aeronautical is a brand new hardware developer who is focusing on creating quality yokes and throttles for a reasonable price. The premise behind their designs is to ensure maximum comfort, usability and durability for a range of different aircraft types and configurations.

In the video above, you can see it in person as Nicki demonstrates the product.

It’s due to launch very soon for a price of $199.99. As we get closer to release, we’ll be sure to cover the product in more detail.

For now, head to their website for more details.

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I’ve followed this product for well over a year now and still no indication when it will be available. It’s a bit troubling that there is nothing yet showing the product in action, just a static model in the video. Are the drivers developed yet? When will it enter beta testing? What about the throttle quadrant that is being developed? I’ve seen less about the throttle than the yoke.

If people want to purchase a great yoke then look at virtual fly yoko

No one is disputing that this product isn’t a great yoke, also that is in a WAY different price range.

video looked kinda depressing, just talks and doesn’t show anything, and the way he talks, well, you may as well get a robot to do it for him…

It looks like a really good product but my goodness that was a bad video. No product demonstrations and bad angles, editing etc.

name is totally not inspired by Honeywell avionics 🙂