I like that revolution has come out with a high-end pro series kite. However, does anyone else feel that they have done a poor job of giving information on it? The web site says nothing about what makes it better than a standard B series. Is it designed for faster/sharper flying? How are the manufacturing methods different than standard kites? How does any of it translate in the real world to a better kite for the flyer?
Also, shouldn't these limited-production kites come with rev's limited-production race rods?
Don't get me wrong, these criticisms are meant to be more constructive than critical. I like my rev kite, and I think they could sell more of these pros if people had specific reasons to upgrade, other than their current sales pitch of: these were made by top people, so you know they have to be good.
Then again, maybe it's just me. Sorry for the rant.
Unfortunetly,i have to agree.The info is sketchy at best.Perhaps its the old marketing machine in full swing.Restricted supply.Create the demand.
My Dad always told me in the 1970s in the uk.We had a sugar shortage.It was mental.The things people did to get a bag of sugar,you just wouldnt beleive.The best part was.My Dads bestmate,[Paul].Was head of security at a very large chain of wharehouses
FULL OF SUGAR
Needless to say.The price went up and up
Supply and demand.