Best electronics > electronics warranties according to redditors

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Top Reddit comments about Electronics Warranties:

u/D1rty0n3 · 7 pointsr/photomarket

That's a stretch paying that much for a used camera. With warranty or not.

$1650 brand new

With 3 year plan= $1725

Battery grip $160

total is $1885.00

50 af brand new $230.

Now total is $2115. That means you are selling used equpiment with a partially used warranty for $15 less than buying everything brand new.

Not being a dick, but that is a rip off bud. I just looked on amazon for pretty much everything and didn't even bother looking for the cheapest prices. I bet I could get all of that new for 1900. Might want to check your prices

u/forever_atone · 4 pointsr/PS4

Here you go - if you're going to get an insurance plan, get this one. It's 3 years worth of coverage and includes drop & spill protection from a highly rated company, all for the same price.

u/ElectronicBacon · 3 pointsr/PSVR

I've never used Square Trade but I hear they are competent when you do file a claim:

SquareTrade 3-Year Game Console Accident Protection Plan ($350-400)

u/gaz2600 · 3 pointsr/razer

I just ordered that same layout. I read all the non-reddit reviews and the reported issues on reddit and amazon. I looked at the Alienware 17 and the msi gs65. From what I can tell the Razer is the best balanced work/gaming laptop, it is built well and looks nice. Since there are so many reported support issues and no extended warranty I am also going to purchase a Smart Guard protection plan from Amazon.

u/construktz · 2 pointsr/SuggestALaptop

No problem at all! Let me know if you have any more questions.

I'd look into something like a Squaretrade accident protection warranty or something just in case, haha.

u/venounan · 2 pointsr/nexus4

WorthHaveGroup is the one I am currently looking at. For $400 in insurance for two years its about $90, with a $50 deductible and it covers accidental damage.

There is also SquareTrade and ProtectYourBubble

u/Craysh · 2 pointsr/Games

I preordered one of the bundles. No issues but then they haven't shipped it yet...

Make sure it says Launch Day and you'll be fine.

I'll also be getting a SquareTrade policy on it with Accidental Damage protection.

u/asquall · 1 pointr/datarecovery

Thanks, good call on this. I've had to deal with this before so I wanted to know specifically about this one. Apparently all signs point south for it. I looked on amazon again and found a lot of negative reviews on the program. Back to buying two of the same drive I guess. Here's the link if anyone's interested in checking it out.

u/sylocheed · 1 pointr/chromeos

Haha I am too. It's a great device!

For what it's worth, Amazon sells Assurant's insurance which comes out to ~$80 for the Pixelbook, for 3 years of coverage. Just throwing that out there!

u/The_Adviser100 · 1 pointr/SuggestALaptop

You could add it yourself from here .

u/Incendiiary · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

I added it during my order so I'm not 100% sure how to add it after the fact.
Here's a direct link to the product page for the coverage I bought though.

It says on the page it can be added within 30 days of a purchase, but I'm not entirely sure how you add it onto an already placed order. Might have to contact customer service.

u/known_starfield · 1 pointr/amazon

The companies that offer these protection plans on Amazon usually send an email within a few days of your order with info about how to get warranty support.

If you don't have the email from SmartGuard, you should be able to search your Amazon orders for the protection plan. From there you can click on the 'item' for more info. This similar (or same?) plan has a link with instructions on filing a claim (PDF). Looks like it doesn't kick in until the manufacturer's warranty expires.

u/banini93 · 1 pointr/MouseReview

I would recomend you to get the Logitech g600 or the new Razer naga and add the warranty from square trade which is very cheap. ($5 USD ) It will cover you 3 years (after the 1 year from your brand´s warranty)

Had the razer naga (2014) replaced 1 time using this method) yeah it really sucks but I really love the design of the mouse that I keep the hassle arround lol.


Edit: Sorry for taking another direction, just trying to help.

u/blinkfandangoii · 1 pointr/xboxone
u/Yobrosupp · 1 pointr/ElectricScooters

As far as I know, Assurant only lets you buy the plan when you're within 30 days of the items purchased. To track down the right plan, I search on Google by site (it's sold through Amazon) and the key words are portable electronic

Edit: this is a link to the last protection plan I purchased! I used it for an electronic skateboard, but everything's they same except the pricing range!

u/Michiganders · 1 pointr/SuggestALaptop

I personally would not, since dealing with a third party warranty claim could be a pain, but you may find it worthwhile.

Reviews of the Square Trade warranty appear to be mixed but mostly positive:

u/hprather1 · 1 pointr/HomeNetworking

Google Drive link to my not-at-all-to-scale sketch of my house layout:



The house is only 1500 sq ft and is pretty well rectangular. Given the centricity of the garage, it would be very easy to run lines through the attic to each area that a drop is needed.


Several people have recommended Netgear and Ubiquiti switches and some have made mention that they are using their switch in fairly high temp conditions. I saw on Amazon that I can get a Ubiquiti switch ( with a 4 year Amazon extended warranty ( for $50 that covers the switch. Plus the warranty kicks in after the manufacturer's warranty expires. If I read the warranty's fine print correctly, that will provide some nice peace of mind.


I'm thinking that I'll go this route and I can figure out ways to mitigate heat in the garage. I'm already considering some insulation panels for the garage door and some renovations in the attic/roof so perhaps I'll be able to save some electricity and keep my garage cool.

u/NecessaryEvil-BMC · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

Family mode sets the battery to only start charging at 40%, then stop charging at 65%. So, if the laptop is bouncing from AC to AC, it's not continually trying to charge. It's just one of the modes the Huawei software offers. So, if I knew I was going to be mobile for a while, I'd just change the mode to regular mode to top off the battery, and change back when I was at home again.

As for the warranty...the warranty terms are available here:

Per its wording, I think it should. I've not worked with 3rd party warranties though, I typically just buy ThinkPads and Latitudes or Precisions, where I can get warranty through the manufacturer.

" 12. WORLDWIDE SERVICE: The coverage provided in this Protection Plan also applies when You travel outside of the United States. If Your Product needs repair while traveling abroad, You may file a claim online at www. to obtain a claim authorization number. At this time You will be instructed on how to proceed to obtain service and You will also receive a fax number and an email address for You to submit Your service repair invoice to Us after the repair is completed. Once You have obtained Your claim authorization number, You will need to carry Your Product into a service center and then submit to Us a copy of the detailed service repair invoice that identifies Your Product, the claim authorization number, and includes a thorough description of the repair made. This documentation should be faxed or emailed to Us and We will reimburse You within five (5) business days of receipt of all necessary paperwork, provided a covered repair was performed.

13. TRANSFER OF PROTECTION PLAN: This Protection Plan may be transferred at no charge. To transfer this Plan log in to www., or contact Us toll-free at 1-877-927-7268 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. "