Back in July Belscort raised their prices across the board.
While they never came out with a reason why, it would be safe to assume that the rising Canadian dollar/falling US dollar affected their profit margins.
Remember, Belscorts are made in Canada (labor/materials costs in Cdn $) and sell in US dollars.
However, in the past few months the Canadian dollar has fallen from par with the USD, to about $.80 USD This means that Belscort is gaining about 25% on the currency exchange rate. (For every $100 expense in Canada, it only translates to $80 USD on the books.)
So, how about a price decrease. (I know, wishful thinking...)