Today, we shipped out the last of our KAATSU C3 Bundles. It’s exciting that we’ll be receiving our first shipment of KAATSU C4 units shortly. At the same time, it’s kind of bittersweet, as I started my own KAATSU journey with the C3.
KAATSU Canada will be supporting the KAATSU C3 for years, so there’s no reason for KAATSU C3 owners to worry. The C3 has been a very reliable model. I used my C3 multiple times per day for a year and a half (before switching to a B1), and then it became a demo unit, traveling all across the country.
I’m looking forward to introducing the KAATSU C4 as it does have some nice improvements over the C3. However, one thing I want to mention is that the basic KAATSU protocols remain the same. The C4 is a hardware upgrade. How we teach people how to use KAATSU hasn’t changed with the introduction of the KAATSU C4.
One thing that’s been fun for me is meeting KAATSU users who still have Cycle 2.0 and Nano devices. Many years from now, I’m sure I’ll still be getting a charge from meeting people with “vintage” KAATSU C3s. When we were in Japan last year, we visited clinics that are still using KAATSU Master units that are 20+ years old. The technology’s certainly evolved during KAATSU’s 50-year clinical history, but those old Master units are still going strong.
I hope all of you who are using KAATSU will continue “going strong” for many more years. No matter what model KAATSU you have, know that KAATSU Canada will be here to support your devices (and you) for many more years as well 🙂