AROS Retrofit is a New Amiga Store in Sweden

After the demise of Commodore in Scandinavia. Almost every Amiga dealer changed to become PC only stores or  is no more anymore. Only a very few is still alive, such as GGSdata in Göteborg, Sweden. But those times seems to be over… Because AROS Retrofit is here. Or…?

AROS Retrofit is a New Amiga Store in Sweden

A small step for AROS Retrofit at Uppsala in Sweden

The Amiga market needs more Amiga dealers everywhere. And it is really nice to see that some tries to revive it in Sweden too. AROS Retrofit is a totally new Amiga store for the Swedish Amiga market. Everything on the site is in Swedish and so it seems like that is the market that they want to sell their products to.

This new Amiga Retro store opened on 19th of May this year. But no one from that store seems to be informing the Amiga community about them. Maybe the reason is because they only have a little amount of Amiga related products to sell?

Classic Amiga games like Worthy is on Sale

AROS Retrofit is a New Amiga Store in Sweden

 

Some of the highlights that I can see when browsing their tiny webshop. Is that they have two interesting games for classic Amiga. One is Worthy and the other one is Solid Gold.

There is also a Amiga CD32 expansion for sale and even the Wicher 500i accelerator for Amiga 500 which also includes a CPU!

But why is everything in Swedish? For Norwegians and Danish people its easy to understand what the description says in Swedish. But what about others? Is the Swedish Amiga market big enough to just aim at that market? Or do they use the PC parts of the store giving the Amiga part a chance?

We need More Amiga dealers in Scandinavia

Amitopia Amiga Magazine wishes AROS Retrofit in Sweden all the best. The Amiga market needs more competition from different dealers around the globe. Competition is good and it will be interesting to see how the Amiga market will be in the future.

Scandinavia is a nice market for selling Amiga products. But because of the low population. It is important to promote yourself and show great customer service. But the biggest advice from us is to make Contact with Amiga magazines worldwide and do some Amiga community love too.

We at Amitopia Amiga Magazine hopes that AROS Retrofit will stay for a long time.

 

 

Source: AmigaOS.se Forum

This article is not sponsored. It might seems so, but I write about stores to help them. Especially new stores. If you have any comment regarding this article, send mail to: post@amitopia.com – I also want to add that I want Worthy to sell! Because its worthy!

 

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