TomW wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 07, 2018 10:13 pm
....I still think Ozone is making a mistake, at least in my case......
That is not Ozone's concern.
I feel you on the emotional argument and I feel
very much the same way - I would love to have some "Chrono 2's"! I would be more weary of the "Chrono 3's" since I have not flown them and am distrustful of "new and improved" when the last one was perfect.
But there are 2 ways for a kite company to make money - be high end or low end. Even if quality is no better for companies considered "high end", they still have to stick to that strategy for the reasons in my previous post.
Again, Ozone really does not care if you can't afford their kites. Actually, you and I both contribute to upholding Ozone's market strategy to be desired (high end), but still too expensive for us to purchase. We are pimping up Ozone gear and haven't even given them money.