Which Mack Warranty Would You Choose?

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by shieldyoureyes, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. shieldyoureyes macrumors 6502

    shieldyoureyes

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    I'm planning on buying a Mack Warranty for my refurbished D50, but was wondering what would be the best in your opinion? A 5 year warranty, or a 2 year Ultimate Warranty that covers sand damage, impact, misuse, and normal wear and tear? Right now I'm kind of leaning towards the 2 year, because even though I don't exactly plan on dropping it, it would be nice to know its covered. Also, I live very close to the beach, the the sand coverage is definately a plus. Furthermore, I am pretty sure I will upgrade within the next 5 years, most likely the next 3 or so.

    and both warranties cost about the same, so price isn't really a consideration.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. macdaddy121 macrumors 6502a

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    I'm buying my new D50 tomorrow from Wolfcamera and I'm getting the 2 year all inclusive coverage. Why you ask? Because I would freak out if anyone touched my camera if I didn't have this. With the Warranty I can actually let people use my camera or hold it without having to worry. It's a great way to put my nerves at rest and let others enjoy my incredible camera. In fact I'm also doing it on the 2 lenses I'm buying to. How much is the Mack warranty??
     
  3. AvSRoCkCO1067 macrumors 65816

    AvSRoCkCO1067

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    I purchased my D50 from Wolf Camera as well - sure, it was a bit more expensive than online retailers (although not TOO much more), but they're service is really, really good :)
     
  4. shieldyoureyes thread starter macrumors 6502

    shieldyoureyes

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    The warranty is $70. I think I'm just going to buy the one that covers damage, just for the peace of mind when I let my friends/family handle it.
     

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