The site state included VAT for me. I’d expect it however to be a little lower if it was against 20% VAT, but it’s close
I am in the US as well. What was your total out the door price? Base Plate (if you purchased), shipping, exchange rate, etc.? Europe seems to have better choices on the sim hardware than we do in the US .It can't be VAT, can it?
Actually it says right there, INC. VAT on your picture. Mine is to US.
I am in the US as well. What was your total out the door price? Base Plate (if you purchased), shipping, exchange rate, etc.? Europe seems to have better choices on the sim hardware than we do in the US .
The only thing I wish was that the HE clutch pedal face had an option with a lot more curve to it. This wasn't an issue for me until I inverted the pedals, upright the pedal faces are fine.
Since I got my HE sprints, I said I’ll model and 3D print a D plate for the pedals, but never got round to so far.
It’d be easy enough to model and locate on the existing pedal face, it’s just making sure the print the is strong enough to withstand wear and tear.
with your skills I’ve seen in your build thread, you’d be more than capable of getting it done before I get round to it, so if you do, post the 3D model for us slowcoaches
Never liked Herman Miller, Steelcase Leap seems to be taking market from them.
My company replaced all Aerons, people just didn't like them.
Got Leap for my home office as well.
An Aeron is the only chair I've ever used that I can sit in all day and just not have even a slightest bit of soreness anywhere, it's incredible. I had always figured the hype was overblown, but man I love mine at work. I've never used a Steelcase Leap though, it could very well be just as good.
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I don't disagree, this is how I didn't buy Aeron in the first place few years ago, tried it in the store to see how uncomfortable it feels. But as a homework to narrow your choices when you walk in, I think the site is great. Plus they do more rigorous "endurance" testing that you won't experience after sitting in a chair for a few minutes in the store, or whatever time they'll let you spend there.