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    Boeing 737 Replica Yoke

    Hi,

    I am moving from my desk to a SSTD (Jetmax 737) and was hoping to get hold of a floor standing replica yoke that doesn't break the bank.

    I have come across the following so far:-

    1. PFC
    2. Simujabs
    3. ACE

    I think the ACE one looks most realistic? What do you think?

    I was looking for something around 500 but struggling to find anything. Is this too lower budget?

    Are there any others I should consider?

    I am in the UK so ideally a UK company to reduce shipping...

    Hope you can help advise..

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    Re: Boeing 737 Replica Yoke

    Take a look here, it's in your price range :

    http://www.homecockpit737.de/boeing-737/yoke/

    The only downside that I can see is that it doesn't have the forward slant of the real thing.
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    Re: Boeing 737 Replica Yoke

    Quote Originally Posted by tiburon View Post
    Take a look here, it's in your price range :

    http://www.homecockpit737.de/boeing-737/yoke/

    The only downside that I can see is that it doesn't have the forward slant of the real thing.

    Oh nice one. Well found...

    Has anyone purchased from here and can share their experience?

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    Re: Boeing 737 Replica Yoke

    I know him by a German Forum and had bought some buttons for my MCP. The quality is good, service and reliability perfect.
    However, the Yoke I do not know.

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    Re: Boeing 737 Replica Yoke

    Quote Originally Posted by skino View Post
    I know him by a German Forum and had bought some buttons for my MCP. The quality is good, service and reliability perfect.
    However, the Yoke I do not know.
    I have made contact with him and on first impressions is very responsive. I have asked for any customer feedback/reviews to help me build my assurance in the product.

    If anyone can share anything I would be appreciated.

    Thanks