Compare Sports Equipment 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.
This is an information website to enable the participating providers of extended warranties for domestic electrical goods to display information about themselves and their services. The annual equivalent rates are shown for information purposes only, and do not indicate that annual products are available.
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In the table above, you can see a comparison of sports equipment warranties from well-known UK electrical outlets and warranty providers. Most sports equipment purchases are intended for the long term, which is why some people opt to take out an extended warranty. This means that the sporting equipment will be continue to be protected after the initial manufacturer's guarantee has run out. You can view a breakdown of each offering in the table above, including cost, terms and conditions, and the length of the warranty, and you can also filter out irrelevant results by selecting options in the panel to the left.
Please note that this website does not contain details of all extended warranty providers or products. Currys/ PC World and Argos have agreed with the OFT that they will maintain this website.
You may use this website to search for information in accordance with these terms and conditions. Each extended warranty provider is only responsible for information which it provides about its own warranty services. In the event you have a complaint about information which has been displayed on this website, you should contact the relevant extended warranty provider directly. Nothing in this website shall constitute an offer which is capable of acceptance and nothing in this website is an invitation or inducement to buy any contract of insurance, but if and to the extent any can be construed as such, then the relevant provider has approved it for the purposes of section 21 Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.