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Revo Stock - 10-18-2018, 07:47 AM

Has anyone heard any recent updates on Revo stock? They've been out for several months now, and over the summer I heard rumors of being ready by September.

September has come and gone, and now we are more than halfway done with October, and I've not heard anything.
  
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10-18-2018, 07:55 AM

A few distributors that i had lining one up for me said November there is another batch coming out, but that info good be as good as the people who said September


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10-18-2018, 08:01 AM

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A few distributors that i had lining one up for me said November there is another batch coming out, but that info good be as good as the people who said September
You make it sound like they are out on the farm, picking the Revos as they ripen. :-)


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10-18-2018, 08:06 AM

Predator marketing are still forecasting production, so exactly one person won't get a Revo. This way, they keep up the demand for their product. :-)


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10-18-2018, 08:39 AM

I just bought one yesterday. Get on the dealers lists to be contacted when they come in stock.


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10-18-2018, 08:48 AM

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You make it sound like they are out on the farm, picking the Revos as they ripen. :-)
Yeah, the revo crops boom every 3 months in the west :P

I was on 7 lists from personal relationships with distributors and on the lists of ozone, pooldawg, serberts and a few other websites for a 12.4 revo and i have still heard nothing of it, aside from the one i bought used the other day.


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10-18-2018, 08:48 AM

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Has anyone heard any recent updates on Revo stock? They've been out for several months now, and over the summer I heard rumors of being ready by September.

September has come and gone, and now we are more than halfway done with October, and I've not heard anything.
REVO is not the only CF shaft on the market anymore
  
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10-18-2018, 08:52 AM

I was put on the dealer's list in august. I was told it would be 4-8 weeks. It's been 9 weeks, and I was told that it will probably be a few more months.

At this point I'm thinking I can get the cuetec one sooner.
  
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I was put on the dealer's list in august. I was told it would be 4-8 weeks. It's been 9 weeks, and I was told that it will probably be a few more months.

At this point I'm thinking I can get the cuetec one sooner.
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10-18-2018, 09:10 AM

I never would have thought that a $500 shaft would be in such demand as to be out of stock for months. And that $1,000 cell phones would be "normal". Go economy!


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10-18-2018, 09:39 AM

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I never would have thought that a $500 shaft would be in such demand as to be out of stock for months. And that $1,000 cell phones would be "normal". Go economy!

Can you buy Phone and Cue Shaft Futures like other things? If only Nostradamus could have warned us. We could be millionaires.


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10-18-2018, 09:46 AM

Cuetech is going to eat Predator's lunch on this if their Chinese manufacturer can spit out 100's of thousands of shafts. Predator is leaving tons of money on the table by not meeting demand. Don't be foolish and think they are intentionally slow rolling production to keep demand high.
  
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Can you buy Phone and Cue Shaft Futures like other things? If only Nostradamus could have warned us. We could be millionaires.
Well, if you bought Apple stock in the 80s, you'd be set. Or kept Bitcoin when a 1,000 would get you a pizza. Or not be this guy..

"Ronald Wayne (born May 17, 1934) is an American retired electronics industry worker. He co-founded Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.) with Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs, providing administrative oversight for the new venture. However, he soon sold his share of the new company back to Jobs and Wozniak for 800 US dollars, and later accepted $1,500 to forfeit any claims against Apple (in total, equivalent to $9,498 in 2017). As of August 2, 2018, if Wayne had kept his 10% stake in Apple Inc., it would have been worth over $100 billion[1], making him the second[2] richest man on earth.[3]"

Of course if someone told me 10 or 5 years ago that CUETEC would be making a $400 SHAFT, I would have sold the company stock right there. While now this seems like a great move to do.


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Cuetech is going to eat Predator's lunch on this if their Chinese manufacturer can spit out 100's of thousands of shafts. Predator is leaving tons of money on the table by not meeting demand. Don't be foolish and think they are intentionally slow rolling production to keep demand high.
Yep, the belief that companies intentionally sell less than they could is almost always wrong. No way Apple, for example, intentionally limits production of phones. They make as many as they can as fast as they can, because they make so much money on them. But every year people say that's what they're doing.

And if companies actually do this, they're stupid and deserve to lose sales.
  
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Yep, the belief that companies intentionally sell less than they could is almost always wrong. No way Apple, for example, intentionally limits production of phones. They make as many as they can as fast as they can, because they make so much money on them. But every year people say that's what they're doing.

And if companies actually do this, they're stupid and deserve to lose sales.
Russel, I hate to break it to you, but many companies/entities/people/countries do this. This little thing called "economics". If there is supply above demand (surplus), the price of something will drop. If there is minimal supply that is not meeting demand, (a scarcity) price will go up. Its like water during a disastrous hurricane. Sure, you would laugh at somebody for charging 100 dollars for a 24 pack of water but if you were dying of dehydration amidst a hurrcane (or really really really wanted a revo), you may be willing to pay that price, as a lot of people WANT/NEED that water, so the holder of aforementioned water can be a dickbag and rise the price of the water to level off the demand a bit and hopefully meet equillibrium.

Economics!


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