> Hi All
> Just got a new cooker only 600ukp
> Place we bought it from (on line) offered a warranty of only 7ukp per month
= £84 pa, or £840 per decade. Odds are the cooker will last 25 years,
in which time you pay not just £600 but also £2100 for insurance -
which incidentally wont replace it if it then dies!
> from day one for ever as 'cookers only last 3 to 7 years'
from day one, so for the first 5 years where the retailer retains some
liability, youre paying insurance as well!
> Manuafacturer offered a 5 year free parts warranty. Sounds ok but has to be
> fitted by their engineer at a call out fee of 165ukp
no cooker part costs that much :)
> Alternatively we could pay them 11ukp per month from day one for 5 years
= £660 lol
> But I already have a one year warranty when I buy it so why pay twice?
> And why so expensive?
> Are there people who buy these warranties?
Its remarkable how many innumerate people there are
> SWMBO took the calls and was not pleased with them.... not at all........
> the blueness in the air is still dissipating
> Its a Stoves cooker from Appliances on line
> Not be the best on the market but the only 550 wide with a wok ring
> saves an expensive reworking of the kitchen
> Am doing kitchen in a couple of years so it may be sold on then anyway