flixern wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:33 pm
apollo4000 wrote: ↑
Sun Feb 25, 2018 10:05 am
Priceless example of someone asking a question, getting some useful responses before the thread gets sidetracked by some form of localism based on the science of ‘post count’ as an Indicator of some such rubbish or other. Same philosophy would ban beginners I suspect. Lol.
I have a PiQ. I can’t jump for toffee, go rarely but it makes me happy.
Moving on from baiting certain folk (guaranteed you’ll respond), Flixern, I thought this started out as a very interesting thread and did get some interesting feedback from those with actual insight from using the products...i.e. the objective of the thread. Boom.
I agree. The objective of the thread has indeed been reached! That's why I thanked everyone with last reply before commenting @downunder childish mentality
Hard to find a good conclusion on which of the three brands to buy, when everyone has different opinions... Someone mentioned buying the gadget that my friends use. That might be the better option
Quite strong views from someone who 'just' joined the forum. Are you the OP friend? Launching a new device from Scandinavia (you guys sounds like kick starting and doing a market valuation, remember my 'click bite')?
I'm still waiting to see how can any gadget improve ones kiting? Can you enlighten me please.
It is childish
to think that it does. Other than time tracking, it's childish device all together. Fun factor is there, but other than that it's a child play.
You need to ask yourself if someones offered you $300 to spend on water (that's buying days of kiting somewhere) or $300 to spend on a device, what would you do? Sure, if you have a disposable income, I get it. Every year one has 300 to spare, so I guess it's easy decision. What is the return of investment? Oh, I ask to many questions.
Have one for 2.5 years now, using it less and less. I do not need a 10 seconds of fame on the leader boards, or reading a huge jumps which never happened.
So, if you think that I do not need to question accuracy of reading the jumps, well, that's only your opinion. As I said, whatever makes you happy, who am I to judge your happiness?
But, I reserve my rights to question the usability all together.
Mind you, if I was glorifying a gadget, it would be different story. Sorry, not into pimping but real life reviews. On that note, I'm out