Compare Other Handheld Gadget Extended Warranties
These results do not include those extended warranties where there is a single price which combines the price of the electrical good and the price of the extended warranty, which may be available on certain electrical goods from some retailers and manufacturers.
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See the table above for a comparison of extended warranties for other handheld gadgets (including GPS products) from well-known UK providers. Because these items can, in normal operating conditions, be comfortably expected to work without developing a fault for many years, it is may be worth considering an extended warranty to protect items such as these for a period longer than the initial manufacturer's guarantee. You can use the table to compare the different aspects of each warranty side by side, and you can also filter them to suit your individual requirements.
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