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    Engravity or Simworld? Advice needed.

    Hello everyone!
    I'm new here. Just few words to introduce myself. My name is Matt, currently living in Ireland. I've been making few DIY parts for my 'cockpit' but now with better salary I decided to buy something more professional. My question is: what panels would be the best option if I want to have both realistic and not extremely expensive panels? I know this may be very hard to say as the more people will answer the more different answers I will get. My initial choice is either Engravity or Simworld (from Poland). I have read few reviews and both of them seem to have very nice and realistic panels. They look similar and Simworld has just made a special offer so their panels are now available in reasonable prices. I'd like to know if anyone uses their products and what is your opinion on them? I would be very happy to see any comments as I need to make decision before Sunday to save some money if I decide to go for them.

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    Re: Engravity or Simworld? Advice needed.

    Nobody?
    Ok, just for your information I've finally decided to try Simworld. I saved some money so I bought few other items and hopefully all will be as realistic as presented in their store. It should take about 4 weeks to arrive so I will write a word once it has arrived. Btw, great and professional contact and support!

    Can't wait for my panels.

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    Re: Engravity or Simworld? Advice needed.

    Matt

    Didn't see your first post, so this is a bit pointless, but I've got the Engravity panels. They are generally accepted as one of the most realistic panels on the market, but I don't know how they compare in terms of price and quality with the simworld ones. Will be interested to see what there like, but of course, you'll have nothing to compare them too!

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    Re: Engravity or Simworld? Advice needed.

    I'd never heard of simworld before, is this anything to do with Poldragonet by any chance?

    From my knowledge, Engravity is the elite of the two, you can't go wrong with engravity...if your budget stretches that far!

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    Re: Engravity or Simworld? Advice needed.

    Thank you guys for your response!

    I know Engravity is one of the most obvious choices but the price is also one of the major factors in this hobby. This is why I decided to try Simworld, as they are a lot cheaper but their panels look amazing. I found few reviews and what I read confirms what's in the pictures so hopefully I won't regret. They are quite hard to find and I luckily found their offer 2 days before the special discount's expiry date.

    I saw other products at Lelystad last year so I'll be able to compare them somehow. As I remember Simworld wasn't there last yaer.

    As far as I know Poldragonet and Simworld are 2 separate companies and I don't know anything about Poldragonet's products...

    I will write something more when I see my order at my doorstep.

    regards!
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