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How to Protect Your Lectron Products

How to Protect Your Lectron Products

Never miss a charge on your Lectron product with Extend Product Protection. We’re proud to offer Extend at checkout so you can make sure you’re covered in case of mechanical or electrical failure after the 1-year manufacturer warranty expires.

What is product protection?

Product protection plans go above and beyond to offer you additional peace of mind beyond a manufacturer’s warranty. Our manufacturer warranty covers defects in workmanship for a year, but product protection plans, also known as extended warranties, can keep your product in working condition for an extended period of time.

We stand proudly behind every product we make and want to help you keep charging with confidence.

Let’s break it down:
  • What: Product protection plans extend the duration of the manufacturer’s warranty coverage.
  • Coverage timeline: Coverage starts when the manufacturer’s warranty expires and extends coverage for the remaining term you purchased.
  • What’s included: Mechanical or electrical failure.

Why should I purchase product protection?

With Extend, you can add up to 3 years of coverage to the 1-year factory warranty on your Lectron product for a total of 4 years of coverage. Just a few extra dollars at checkout gives you peace of mind while charging for years to come!

Product protection ensures you have a high-quality experience throughout the life of your product. You’ll want to consider buying Extend Product Protection so you’re not paying unexpected out-of-pocket costs if the product fails.

Protect your purchase with Extend

Product protection can keep your favorite products working without worry. From a simple and effortless claim process to easy repairs or replacements, Extend puts you at the center of the experience so you can enjoy your Lectron product for years to come.

Add a protection plan to your next purchase.

Limitations and exclusions apply. Read Extend’s terms and conditions for details.

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