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Whos lifetime

amydevaney Avatar
9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
My friend recently purchased a toaster with a "life times guarantee" which made me think whos life time??? the purchaser, the household even the toaster itself (does it have a life span). Does anyone know??
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9y, 5m agoPosted 9 years, 5 months ago
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#1
lol, good question, i guess the purchasers, just hope the manufacturers dont go under!!
#2
A guarantee from manufacturing fault for the lifetime of the toaster. What ever that may be ?
#3
i believe its users lifetime or person who bought it
#4
What happens if the item was passed onto someone does a the guarantee go with the product or stay with the buyer?
#5
To be honest, I have never even thought about this, but I noticed my pans have a lifetime guarantee.

I guess it just means whatever the product is it is built/manufactured to last?
#6
Ever get the feeling that you have just been ignored ¿

"We guarantee this product will work until it stops working"

that's what it means.
#7
If Its The Product Life Time Then If It Goes Bang Then Thats Its Life Over So No Garuntee Lol
#8
Antj87
If Its The Product Life Time Then If It Goes Bang Then Thats Its Life Over So No Garuntee Lol


We have a prize winner. :thumbsup:
#9
stora
"We guarantee this product will work until it stops working".


States the obvious a bit!! :giggle:
#10
Antj87
If Its The Product Life Time Then If It Goes Bang Then Thats Its Life Over So No Garuntee Lol


Like it :giggle: :giggle:
#11
As far as I know it means the product is guaranteed for the lifetime of the product, where that is defined as the length of time a reasonable man would consider appropriate for such a product. Pretty vague I know :giggle:.
#12
Lifetime means nothing any more anyway

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=465644&in_page_id=1770

21 year old given life inprisonment, must serve at least 35 years. Most people live far beyond 56 now!
#13
Until the company exists I would say...
#14
Antj87
If Its The Product Life Time Then If It Goes Bang Then Thats Its Life Over So No Garuntee Lol


So its a swizz, these things are sent to try us. They kep me awake at night thinking. zzzzzzzzzzzz

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