You logic requires 100% of people choosing disposable CO2, to have stole the market share all from sodastream. While disregarding the largest home drinking soda market share is from bottles and cans. If even a tiny fraction of people choose disposable CO2 over bottles and cans, my equation works. So do you think a tiny fraction of people will choose disposable over bottles and cans?
You're saying I'm forcing words into your mouth, so do you think a) 100% of the people think it is not a hassle or b) some percent of people think it is a hassle, or c) 100% of the people think it is a hassle? Based on what you said earlier, any choice you choose now, you still lose, that's how bad your logic is. And just like I predicted, you avoided choosing a, b, or c.
I don't answer illogical questions which your abc questions are based on how the imageine to work in your mind. I think everyone who is perplexed by tht question recognizes it so isn't responding.
My logic doesn't require anything but facts and there is a starting point for which things...start. What you want me to accept is that there is market share gain or loss, but that is not how to develop the logic. You develop the logic at the beginning. You have a choice of two sceneros in this business.
Disposable: For every 16 oz of dipsosable CO2, equals X ounces of carbonated sugar water not trucked , and Y mount of bottles and cans not ending up in landfills
Refill: For every 16 oz of refill CO2, equals X ounces of carbonated sugar water not trucked , and Y mount of bottles and cans not ending up in landfills.............and no disposable co2 in landfills.
The choice has been made because their is a goal of reduced of no waste. There is one way to best achieve this and thats scenaro number 2. The only math that doesn't get you to this goal is disposable. It doesn't matter what 100% of people think or 70% of people think, your not using the right variables and that's the very problem with your logic. It shows very clear in your own math.