I bought two Benro ball Heads and two sets of Carbon fiber legs about 7 years ago. The heads were junk, and just lay on my shelf, they won't hold a 70-200mm lens firmly without using pliers to tighten them down.
The legs still work fine, but a couple of years back, the rubber grips on one started disintegrating. I contacted the Benro distributor about getting some spare parts, and at first they said they had never distributed the tripods and that B&H had sold me gray market. I showed him the photo of the box with the name of his company on it, and he changed his story, claiming he had only worked there 3 years, and that's what he was told. Then, he went on to say that Benro was never willing or able to provide spare parts for the tripods, and that they had tried over and over to get them.
The missing grip issue can be fixed with some tape, but if a critical part fails, then the tripod is just scrap or spare parts. Even several years ago, it cost $400.
Its my understanding that Induro comes out of the same manufacturer, they are distributed by the same US company.
I'd much rather buy from a company that can supply spare parts for expensive equipment. To me, this means Gitzo, RRS, Manfrotto, etc. I can buy spare parts for years old equipment from them.
Its a factor to consider, some companies just do not provide support once a product is out the door! I contacted the Fairbanks scale company a couple of days ago about getting the service manual for a very old scale. They support every scale that they have ever made, going back to the 1800's.