Asus 2 year laptop (notebook) warranty extension (extends 1 yr to 3 yr) for only £17.27 @ oyyy.co.uk
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Asus 2 year laptop (notebook) warranty extension (extends 1 yr to 3 yr) for only £17.27 @ oyyy.co.uk

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Found 20th Jan 2012
For all of you who purchased the excellent Asus X53E from Comet you can extend your warranty from the factory 12 Months to 3 Years with this official Asus extended warranty!

A 2 year extension on your existing laptop warranty would normally cost a fortune, but you can buy this for only £17.27 incl. VAT!

The only catch is you must register it within 90 days of purchase!

I bought mine on Monday and it arrived today and within a few clicks on the Asus Website I had extended my warranty to 3 Years.

Absolutely chuffed to have purchased the laptop at a bargain price and an extended 2 year warranty for less than £20!!!

Be quick as they only have 35 in stock!
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excellent deal!
punkstoner1

£17.27 too dear.Sale of Goods act 1979 would cover a Laptop for 3 years. … £17.27 too dear.Sale of Goods act 1979 would cover a Laptop for 3 years. Standard EU warranty period is 2 years.It's the law.The County Court system is perhaps the fairest, best, most competant, and most accessible part of the English Court / Justice system.



A "standard EU warranty period" certainly is not the law. Nor does the Sale of Goods act specifically cover laptops for 3 years. Firstly, that only applies to the retailer and not the manufacturer, and secondly, many people would prefer to pay £17.27 than have to organise court proceedings to argue their case.
yet getting retarded companys to honor that is a different story ^
Note this doesn't apply to eee models- why not I'm not sure but at least I got my money back.
punkstoner1

£17.27 too dear.Sale of Goods act 1979 would cover a Laptop for 3 years. … £17.27 too dear.Sale of Goods act 1979 would cover a Laptop for 3 years. Standard EU warranty period is 2 years.It's the law.The County Court system is perhaps the fairest, best, most competant, and most accessible part of the English Court / Justice system.



so does that mean that John Lewis are scamming people by offering an extra 4 years on their TVs for free, when they actually get that for free already under the law you have stated?

what you're paying for is SERVICE.
sure you might be able to claim under SOGA, but for all the hassle and having to submit your item for independent testing and then testing via the retailer/manufacturer if requested, just pay a bit for service and look after your stuff that way.

but even at this price, people will throw away their computer and buy a new one rather than wait for it to be picked up and repaired.

the days of extended warranties on computers/tablets/phones are nearly done. no one values their technology anymore and its cheap enough.

TVs, White goods? getting cheaper but usually kept for a longer period of time.
though I'm curious to see what a retailer would call a like for like spec model for a 2012 TV in 2017....
My Asus came with a 2 yr manufacturer warranty as standard
Does this cover the Asus Transformer TF101?
They come with 2 years as standard as said by stu31.
Asus warranties are extremely ****, putting it kindly. Google some reviews. I've got an Asus and it has a couple of very minor faults but the level of service is so awful that im just going to put up with it.
Does it just cover parts and labour?

Is this the same product on ebuyer:

ebuyer.com/196…cts
Excellent deal - have just extended warranty on my Comet Asus X54. thanks for posting!
Edited by: "amb013" 20th Jan 2012
My partner bought an x54 2 weeks ago, cover that as I guess?
paying for warranty is like paying for bottled water LOL
Thanks. Just purchased and TCB 3.03% as well.
Any decent ASus deals out there?
It's 'who purchased' by the way, not 'whom purchased'.

Sorry, can't let that one go!

But great deal though, heat added.
Edited by: "hugekebab" 20th Jan 2012
I had a motherboard from Asus with a 3 year warranty... wasn't worth jack when the board died... and now I wouldn't have anything Asus even as a gift.. and nor will any member of my family...
999tigger

They come with 2 years as standard as said by stu31.




My Asus bought from Comet only has a one year warranty.
Bought a few Asus laptops for people and they've always had 2 year warrantys as standard

punkstoner1

I've used https://www.moneyclaim.gov.uk/ probably a dozen times in three … I've used https://www.moneyclaim.gov.uk/ probably a dozen times in three years, always very successfully and costs always paid. It's very simple.



Hi punkstoner1,

I have a Lenovo G550 which is 15 months old, the system board is now broken and I'm out of the 12 month cover. Is this something should pursue moneyclaim.gov.uk in your opinion? I emailed ebuyer quoting the EU warranty rule but they quote came back at me with the Sale of Goods act, basically saying the rule doesn't apply in UK.

Seems even if you have a warranty, no manufacturer wants to honour it and retailers will refuse any liability or deny the existence of the SoGA. And then if you think you're covered if you pay by credit card, if the retailer merely disagrees with the chargeback, their bank will not release any funds. The court system is slow and painful, and there is some risk that you will not receive any money back even if you win. An insurance company will do all they can to not pay out, whether they are home/contents insurance or something like squaretrade.



Moral is: buy cheap things that you won't miss when they break or learn how to repair things yourself. Don't pay for warranties, unless they are for silly money.
Excellent deal! a MUST buy for any ASUS owner!
pricey81

Hi punkstoner1, I have a Lenovo G550 which is 15 months old, the system … Hi punkstoner1, I have a Lenovo G550 which is 15 months old, the system board is now broken and I'm out of the 12 month cover. Is this something should pursue moneyclaim.gov.uk in your opinion? I emailed ebuyer quoting the EU warranty rule but they quote came back at me with the Sale of Goods act, basically saying the rule doesn't apply in UK.


Hello,
You should post that mail on here if you can, please.
I think a lot will benefit from this, as I seen hundreds of times people saying "dont worry, you just have to reminf them about EU warranty".
jonnypb

Bought a few Asus laptops for people and they've always had 2 year … Bought a few Asus laptops for people and they've always had 2 year warrantys as standard


I've seen a few Asus laptops around the world and they had a sticker on them saying 2 years (like the ones that specify CPU type and so on). I assumed all Asus laptops have at least 2 years of warranty.
Not all Asus laptops have 2 Year warrantys. It depends on which retailer you purchase from.

Asus make specific laptops for Comet, most of these are only covered by a 12mth warranty. However I think most Asus laptops purchased through resellers are covered by a 24mth warranty. I would check before you buy it's always on the big label below the keyboard.


PLEASE DO NOT FORGET YOU MUST REGISTER THIS PRODUCT WITHIN 90 DAYS OF PURCHASE!
Is this Oyyy a reputable company though and are they legit because I've read some contrasting reviews on them
amb013

My Asus bought from Comet only has a one year warranty.



Thats where i got mine from aswell
This is my first and only order from Oyyy. Ordered Monday selected free delivery arrived Friday. No complaints from me do far.
Important to note with this package, it only gives local warranty for the 2nd and 3rd years. International warranty is only for the 1st (free) year.
no more stock left...
Does any one know how to get this offer now, as it seems to have expired?
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