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GT Omega Racing Simulator Review - The Packaging

GT Omega Racing is the name of the company and the product, but it could have been simplified to "Fun".

| Game Controllers in Peripherals | Posted: Jun 22, 2011 2:12 pm
TweakTown Rating: 91%      Manufacturer: GT Omega Racing

The Packaging

 

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Our sample arrived in two large packages that were delivered in the USA by DHL. Shipping costs depend on your location and at this time it costs around 250 USD to ship the full package to the USA. GT Omega Racing doesn't have a US distributer at this time, but I happen to know they are working on it. We'll update this article if anything materializes.

 

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The first package holds the GT Omega chair. Here we see that the chair is wrapped, but there isn't a lot of protection in the box. The good thing is that the chair has curved edges so there isn't a chair corner in the corner of the box. The corners are where most shipping incidents happen.

 

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The other package holds the accessories and the steel frame that makes up the structure of the GT Omega Racing Simulator. Here we see that everything is double boxed.

 

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Each component is wrapped and placed in the package in a way that keeps the parts from rubbing against one another.

 

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