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# 171884 4-May-2015 15:48
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This is a part time business I started some time ago and my partner runs from home where we sell joysticks, instrument panels and nice display solutions for people or aeroclubs who want to use flight simulation software at home or for work. Many pilots and student pilots use flight sims to practice scenarios or approaches etc, and there are obviously also tons of people out there who play flight\military\space sims for fun. I only really do hardware as there is tons of software available to purchase elsewhere, keen to hear any feedback on the sites design and function. 

www.flightsimshop.co.nz

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  # 1297772 4-May-2015 16:59
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Very nice.

Simple layout, easy to use.  Everything's right where I'd expect.

My only suggestion would be to have your phone number in the header as well as the footer.  :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=42&v=wzBh2auSj2s

That trailer always cracked me up!  Poor Wolfgang!  Haha!





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  # 1297781 4-May-2015 17:16
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Looks interesting.

IR trackers still about ?

I see you're also posting of nzff.org

? add link to nzff.org site to draw attention to the existing community

? Categories, some start with capitals some not.

? add more links to the other NZ scenery sites/creators rather than just the free ones?

? put the "News" feed on the front page somewhere, maybe down the right otherwise the front page might look a bit static to repear visitors

Good luck

A.

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