Further information and details about the Kosmosima’s options and variants can be gleaned from the respective store pages linked above. You may also click the ‘Join Waitlist’ button to get notified once the selected variant is ready to order.
Finally, click to view the Kosmosima announcement (PDF) for additional tidbits of information; if you have questions about the grip, its variants and availability, please use the Kosmosima thread over at the VKB HQ forums.
we’ve added a “Join Waitlist” option that would enable you go get email notifications as soon as a product that is currently out of stock will be added for ordering. This, in addition to our existing newsletter, should be able to cover all aspects of not missing out on any VKB products.
The “Join Waitlist” button shows up right next to the “Add to Cart” button when a product is out of stock
By default, the waitlist will use your registered customer email (but you can change that)
You’ll get an automated email as soon as the item is back in stock
Note: This is an automated service for your convenience to receive timely product availability notifications. This is not any form of pre-order, you will not be charged; however, this also means that the product is not reserved in your name.
a little delayed, but here’s the closing statement from the folks over at VUAF:
The Virtual United Air Festival 2018, sponsored by VKB Simulations came to an exciting close on the 21st October, as the Virtual Thunderbirds (https://www.facebook.com/VirtualTbirds/) touched down after an exhilarating weekend of precision virtual aerobatics and formation flying. The show, hosted by Chris ‘Striker’ Curtis (former Patriots Jet Team narrator), accommodated some of the biggest names in the virtual aerobatics community, with the Virtual Red Arrows (https://www.facebook.com/VRedArrows/) closing day one with a spectacular display.
After a brilliant array of displays, and an interview with Heatblur Simulations (DCS: F-14 Tomcat), VKB took center-stage for one of the highlights of the show – the prize giveaway. With 329 individual entrants, and 927 entries (via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube), two lucky fans were selected to be awarded with the VKB prizes, one being the Gunfighter Mk.II ($399), and secondly the Gladiator Mk.II ($99). This came at an exciting time, whilst the release of the DCS: Tomcat and DCS: Christen Eagle just around the corner. VKB offers a range of high-quality products, the Gunfighter being the flagship joystick with a huge range of functionality, and the Gladiator acting as arguably the best entry-level stick on the market.
The Virtual United Air Festival was also kindly provided with a set of VKB T-Rudder pedals ($244), which were awarded to ‘Panther’, as the best solo demonstration pilot, as voted for by both the public, and the VUAF judges. Panther’s Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Demo wowed crowds on the first day of the show, and we hope to see him back next year!
During a flawless weekend, hundreds of avid viewers tuned in to see the show live on Twitch, with over 350 viewers watching at one time! It’s safe to say that we’re more than happy with the success of the show, and can’t wait to return next year, hopefully once again in collaboration with VKB.
For more information about both VUAF, and the remaining virtual airshows this year, feel free to explore the links below.
This year we have teamed up with VKB to bring both Pilots and Spectators the best possible airshow experience. VKB provide some of the best quality flight simulation hardware on the market, boasting well designed, durable, realistic and aesthetic products.
VKB have kindly provided us with $750 worth of flight simulation equipment to giveaway:
Gunfighter Pro Mk.II ($399) | Includes either MCG or MCG Pro grip.
T-Rudder Pedals Mk.IV ($244)
Gladiator Mk.II ($99)
We have decided to giveaway the two sticks (one entry level, one advanced) in a public competition. The rudder pedals will be contested for by the solo acts performing this year. At the end of the show weekend, the solo pilot with the most votes will be rewarded.
Dear fellow pilots, Due to summer vacations the forum support may become intermittent till late August. Occasional delays may happen. We apologize for possible inconvenience. We will try to stay connected but it’s impossible to promise to stay available on daily basis. Hope to see you all again soon.