I enjoy running.
I’ve been doing it for a long time, starting when running was just running.
No fancy fluorescent attire. No distracting music systems. No electronic monitoring gadgetry.
But I have gotten used to my iPod and my Sportwatch.
I bought my first Sportwatch last year and absolutely loved it. However it was lost in Argentina over the holidays, so when I returned home, I bought another.
It worked fine for awhile, then stopped finding the sensors that allow it to track my speed/distance. I took it back to the store.
“Where and when did you buy it?” she asked.
“Your store, two months ago,” I responded.
She looked my purchase up on her system.
“Unfortunately, your purchase was made 64 days ago. Our warranty is 60 days.”
Now why would a technology manufacturer provide a 60-day warranty?
Is it because their technology is flakey and prone to failure?
At PowerStick.com, this is our warranty policy:
“If your Powerstick was purchased from our website or through our corporate branding division, you have a life-time warranty. In case of defect, you may return your PowerStick to be repaired or replaced. This warranty will not apply to units that have been purchased from non-authorised sources or ones damaged through improper use.”
Not 60 days
Not 12 months
We believe in our products and believe that absolute satisfaction is what our customers deserve.