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Daedo and KP&P Protector & Scoring Systems shared mats in Queretaro

An interesting fact was experienced during the competitions held in Queretaro, México last weekend:  the coexistence of the two official Protector & Scoring System (PSS), Daedo and KP & P.  Know the opinion of the protagonists. masTaekwondo.com ESPAÑOL


 

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While the Cadet Pan American Championships were developed using the KP & P PSS, in adjacent areas the Open Pan American Championships, were also being developed, but using Daedo PSS.

While both systems functioned correctly, a survey made to participating coaches and athletes showed a 95% preference for DAEDO.

The main features in favor of  Daedo TK Strike system were:  two-color protector which gives the possibility to use it in blue or red; lower cost for the acquisition and maintenance, simple software operation. The main negative features found in the KP & P system was the uncomfortable shin guard, lack of promotion, distribution and commercialization which results in a lack of knowledge of the system.

Additionally, 80% of the taekwondo leaders in the American Continent present in the PATU General Assembly stated that they were financially unable to purchase a new protector scoring system.

For the reasons exposed before, we can firmly confirm that Spanish Daedo PSS is the preferred system in the countries of the American Continent.

 

Matías Rojas, exclusive masTaekwondo.com

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If you ask the coaches preference then they’ll choose the system they already own and have more experience with, then you give no room for a competitor to grow and you end up with a monopoly…bad for cost and innovation in the long term. What’s the point of this article, are you friends with the Daedo owners? Dosn’t look like objective journalism.

If you ask the coaches preference then they’ll choose the system they already own and have more experience with, then you give no room for a competitor to grow and you end up with a monopoly…bad for cost and innovation in the long term. What’s the point of this article, are you friends with the Daedo owners? Dosn’t look like objective journalism.