No wind eh, Vlad? Is that's why you are so full of air to compensate?dandaka wrote:Toby, many people don't know the difference between authorized dealer and KBA. Now I know, but one year ago I was looking for kite, not for authorized dealer. Many do like me.
And guys from KBA are fooling people like me. You can always say "you was too dumb and therefore easy to cheat on and therefore it is you fault", you're partly right. But let's clearly identify, what companies are scamming. KBA is one of them.
You're very strange guy. Go buy Cabrinha yourself!alexrider wrote:Perhaps you'd had less problems if you had decided to buy a Cabrinha, as certainly KBA would have advised you to?
SN was cutted off, you can see leftovers here:Belinda Endrich wrote:So was the serial number actually cut off the kite (ie, can you still see the place where it was originally stitched onto the kite), or did it never have a serial number tag at all.
KBA know what are they doing exactly, just playing dumb sometimes. As you can see from North response above, they try to stop KBA from selling these kites, but can't do for reasons we can only guess.Belinda Endrich wrote:My point is, if it didnt have a number, maybe it was just an early pre production sample, for a North dealer meeting or something, somehow got passed onto KBA.
That's right, Toby. KBA is using an age old sales technique consisting in claiming they can meet and beat the price for any product on the market, and when the punter comes in the shop, he is offered the alternative and told about the advantages to buy their own product, in this case Cab or Airush. KBA doesn't push other products than their own, but never refuses to deliver to the customer who wants a particular product and nothing else.Toby wrote:...
I think alexrider meant, that KBA tried to persuade you to buy a Cabrinha, since they are a authorized dealer for it?
Why should I want to discredit KBA? Because of this kite or out of other reasons?alexrider wrote:In this case Vlad clearly wanted to discredit KBA.
Why should I ride on broken kite? Whom can I sell it? Don't be stupid.He was not really interested in having a working kite. Did he pay attention to Billie's suggestion on how to fix the problem in his other thread on the same topic?
Nothing wrong, its a matter of taste. I like C-kites, because I ride unhooked. That's why I ride Vegas and happy with it.Question to Vlad: what's wrong with Cabs anyway?
If you can't tell, it doesn't mean other people can't.You wouldn't be able to tell the difference between a North and a Monkey Kite at a third of the price; they are all made in the same factories.
You mean Drakula?Vlad, you must have impaled your North somehow to make it turn badly; didn't you mention a hole?
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