mooblie wrote: ↑
Sun Nov 04, 2018 6:30 pm
They were (IMHO) always hopelessly price-uncompetitive
- both online and in-store. Unless they change that in the new incarnation, I'm not interested.
This will be the decider - do you go ‘stack it high it cheap’ and try to compete with Amazon, Alibaba etc etc, do you go specialist and charge a fair price with good service, or do you go high price oddities?
First one stands no chance, last one even less - I hope they learn from high priced crap and go for good quality at good prices. Hell, I would pay above standard for good service with solid kit as I’m fed up of Chinas random delivery times, Europe knock offs that almost work and local price gouging for minimal choice.
Tough target but I think a market is there for them to tap.