Yea ok... as usual... you are simply absent of a point...BigR wrote:FOXI,
You've completely missed the point!
The Best marketing/ sales blitz is to pre-sell the Waroo out the wazoo before their pre-production models hit the water!
They must also set up incessant web campaigns claiming superiority over ALL other kite models first!
Then they can ship the pre-pros to select people to show how the kite jumps to the moon with the slightest thought from the rider in 5 knots!
Finally, they can release the production version once they have taken in enough money to finance the manufacture ( minus one rogue seamstress )!
P.S. After that they work the final bugs out!
no, best are increasing there prices to match the other brands.Dookz wrote:Or
just scrap that idea altoghether and sell kites for $100 a piece, and
i'll be so surprised if i'll ever see another brand at my local beach.
SS, North, Naish, and especialy Cabrinha, all realy have to lower their
prices a bit.. as it's been expressed, 2 grand for a complete kite
setup is a killer...
To this day i'm yet to find a company that combines the best of both
worlds, maybe Liquid Force? I'm not too sure what prices they've got on
them, but id doubt it'd be as high as Cabrinha.
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