• grizeldi

    More sound isn’t necessarily a bad thing if they also offer sound/decoder free options.

    • I’m not sure they’ll listen to you…but for now at least yes, most models are available decoder-free or sound-free at least!

  • Chris Ridd

    The best (worst?) bit about the catalogs is their truly awful English translations. I still have some old Fleischmann catalogs from the 1980s, and they haven’t improved since then! Seriously guys, hire a translator? Viessmann’s English pages are now online, but only in kindof-English 🙂

    • Hi Chris, I’m with you on this, and I’m not even a native English speaker 😉
      To be fair, viessmann is at least trying.

      We mustn’t forget that model railroading – at least in Europe – really is a very German thing. With the exception of the U.K. (and maybe Spain), I’m not sure millions are at stake in other markets for those niche products…
      Pierre

      • Chris Ridd

        You’re right that the German market is really huge compared to everywhere else. It is a great reason to learn German 🙂

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