3 Years Warranty & Accidental Damage Upgrade for 15.4" Acer laptops &15.4 Notebook Carry Case & Optical Mouse £68.79 @ Ebuyer.com - HotUKDeals
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3 Years Warranty & Accidental Damage Upgrade for 15.4" Acer laptops &15.4 Notebook Carry Case & Optical Mouse £68.79 @ Ebuyer.com

£68.79 @ Ebuyer
Seems like a good deal for any acer laptop owners. £34 a year which covers accidental damage and hardware faults. I think this is really only two years because I believe the first year warranty i… Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Seems like a good deal for any acer laptop owners.

£34 a year which covers accidental damage and hardware faults.
I think this is really only two years because I believe the first year warranty is included in this 3 years.
Laptop must still be within its first of warranty

And as a bonus you get a laptop bag and a optical mouse!
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banned#1
you get 2 years free anyway under EU rules (6 years under SOGA)
#2
Accidental damage ?
#3
deeppockets;7845607
Accidental damage ?

No... house insurance tho.
#4
I'd strongly recommend this with Acer laptops and after care service, as I know a number of people who have had these laptops fail around the 18 month mark!!! Rather than dealing with the repetitive stock Acer response that we must have done something wrong to it, it was sent away to be professionally repaired at a 3rd party repairers - who were more than happy to turn it around in a 1/2 day, knowing exactly what the problem would be from a brief description and the common nature of them dealing with Acer 'design defects'...! I'm sure other people have had better experiences, but I won't be touching them again :-S
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csiman
you get 2 years free anyway under EU rules (6 years under SOGA)


uninformed rubbish.

the Sale of goods act is NOT a 6 year warranty.
its up to YOU to prove the goods were faulty and unfit for purpose.
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slackrat77;7853532
uninformed rubbish.

the Sale of goods act is NOT a 6 year warranty.
its up to YOU to prove the goods were faulty and unfit for purpose.

rollox. Used SOGA a few times for 3 year old electrical goods. get yer facts straight pal :whistling:
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csiman
rollox. Used SOGA a few times for 3 year old electrical goods. get yer facts straight pal :whistling:


NO, you get YOUR facts straight, the SOGA is not a 6 year warranty.

its not up to the retailer or manufacturer to prove their goods were faulty from day one, its up to you.

if you've successfully claimed, good stuff, but its not, never has been and never will be an automatic 6 year warranty.

Goods are supposed to do their purpose and do it for a reasonable lifespan.
that lifespan differs from product to product.

if the SOGA was a 6 year warranty, people wouldnt get John Lewis to price match things like TVs, just to get their FREE 5 year guarantee.

the sales of good act states you have upto 6 years to claim and report that the product did not meet the contract at time of purchase, whilst this would include lasting a reasonable amount of time.
This is not how long a product has a warrenty for, and is not how long a product should last. This is just the max time a case can be allowed into court.
(Don't want people thinking everything should last 6 years now).

from Trading Standards
"I purchased goods over a year ago and the guarantee has now expired. The trader has advised me that he does not have any responsibility for the goods. Is he right?"

No! Guarantees are extra to your legal rights. If you can show that the goods were not of satisfactory quality at the time of sale i.e. they were not as durable as it is reasonable to expect, then you may have a claim against the trader or finance company (if applicable) for compensation.

IF you can show, you MAY have a claim.

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