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21 reviews | 4.5 out of 5
This will be short. I purchased this plan when I bought my blu ray player. So far I have not needed to use it. The fact that it says that if anything goes wrong with my player in the next 3 years it is covered. I like to feel secure with things that have a track record of having things go wrong so I didn't think the small amount of money to cover this player was at all a bad idea.
I feel this warranty is worth the money, however I have never had to use one.
I purchased the least expensive Blu-Ray player that I could find online. I was not surprised that I found it at Wal-Mart. As with any new technology (flip phones, DVD players), when they are starting to emerge I always get the extended coverage plan. This is one of the best plans I have seen around.
I am disappointed in Blu-ray.I don't know if it is the player or I expect too much. I don't see a big difference in the blu-ray and my regular disks. Yes I am useing a 1080 t v . If you want a bargain player maybe this is the one for you.
I just hope I never have to use it, if you know what I mean.
as opposed to a one year contract offered in store, you do the math
Great warranty for the price. I doubt anyone can beat it!
A nominal price for extended protection.
I haven't had to chance to use The Replacement Plan yet being that my DVD/VCR is still new and there haven't been any problems with it yet. But it's nice to know when a problem comes up, I will have to problem getting it fixed or replace when the time comes.
Cheap insurance for comtinued peace of mind for something that is used frequently and relied upon to perform as expected. Greatly extends the normal warranty.
This product appears to work much as I expected however I have to learn how to continue burning another VHS onto a DVD should the VHS is short of the burn time left on the DVD. Also I need to learn how or is it possible to eliminate commercials that separate a taped program from TV. The Owners Manual doesn't cover many of the questions that I have about the full operation of burning a VHS to a DVD without copying all of the commercials as well; they take up far too much time from the recording. There are DVD burning programs for Windows7 but I don't know if they can be used with this Recorder/Player.
I HAVE NOT USED, BUT I THINK THEY ARE GOOD INSURANCE, BECAUSE PRODUCTS ARE NOT MADE WITH THE CARE AND QUALITY LIKE (THE OLD SCHOOL DAYS!