Re: Warranty system
The way I see it is and always has been pretty simple. If I buy a product, I expect it to do what it's intended purpose is. If it doesn't, the manufacturer needs to stand behind their product.
If it works,and is free from factory defects, and I break it myself, it's my fault, and I have to stand tke cost.
Let's say you build me a fly rod, and I take it to the water and fish with it. The rod is an object of grace and beauty, and I fish with it every weekend for a year. Then one day, I slam the car door on it. How could I imagine that is your fault, and expect you to replace it. I took responsibility for that rod a long time ago.
More practical warranties and lower prices make sense to me
" I'm just a cook " Casey Ryback, Under Siege
Last edited by siege; 08-29-2013 at 09:41 AM.