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Last week I was in the Leica Store München. There seems to be a difference in Leica stores all over the world, looking at the way costumers are treated or better to say " spoiled ". What I noticed, that the store doesn't have good seats. So that you can sit down and feel your new Leica and think about it. No: everything happens standing, like buying a bread? I happend to notice this also in Düsseldorf, Berlin and in London a few years ago. In the " better " Leica Stores f.i. in Lisse Netherlands, you see leather cosy seats. You get coffee or something else, just to make your custumer life nice. In a Juwelly shop I use in Rotterdam, there is even a kitchen, so that on special occasions a cook can make some things to eat or just make cappucino. Al those things just to sell the expensive items in and exclusive way. For me the luxurious approach is nice and " cosy " . What about your experiences with Leica shops all aroung the world. Do you get coffee, or do you have to leave the shop as soon as you can? Or is this " cosy ' way, just a Dutch thing?