What product should you buy warranty from?

United States
November 15, 2010 4:02pm CST
I just wonder which product is advisable to buy warranty from? On those electronics we bought from Best Buy, Micro center, or other stores, it seems they have pretty high reliability, so a warranty is more of waste money, don't you think? When I buy a computer or a radio, usually I would say "no" when they ask me at the register whether I interest in a warranty. What about car? Would additional manufacture warranty is a deal for you? It is pretty dilemma, because when you need a fix for your car, it might be costly.
2 responses
• Philippines
16 Nov 10
When i bought my laptop i checked out warranty. I wanna be sure when it breaks ahead of due time that i'm gonna be able to return it. It's a computer shop here called compto. They have great warranty deals. Cheap but long enough.
@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
16 Nov 10
There is no pride in workmanship anymore...so I buy the warranty on large items today. I definitely would buy the extended warranty on a new car since most dealers do not give a decent warranty with the purchase. Most of the time you are still paying for it long after the warranty runs out. That is stupid. I also buy extended warranties on refrigerators, stoves and computers. Shaom~Adoniah