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I can't find item online, but this deal is in their new weekly ad on page 13. so likely only available in store which carry auto parts.

$99.99 (reg priced up to $125), then get 20000 SYR rewards points back worth $20. also get a $5 award gift card valid 2/24-3/2 as part of spend $50+ or more promo in ad also on page 13.

100 (just over 8 years) month limited warranty.

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decent deal if you are in need of a battery

FYI - it's only a 3 year warranty.

Between 3 years and 100 months, they'll give a credit towards purchase of another Die Hard battery if this one fails.

http://www.sears.com/ue/home/diehardfaq.html#07

camiolo said:   FYI - it's only a 3 year warranty.

Between 3 years and 100 months, they'll give a credit towards purchase of another Die Hard battery if this one fails.

http://www.sears.com/ue/home/diehardfaq.html#07
That's what "limited" warranty means.

camiolo said:   FYI - it's only a 3 year warranty.

Between 3 years and 100 months, they'll give a credit towards purchase of another Die Hard battery if this one fails.


That's the "limited" part in limited warranty. Pretty standard proration, though most batteries begin proration at 24 months or less, so 36 month full warranty on this one is pretty good deal.

labboypro said:   camiolo said:   FYI - it's only a 3 year warranty.

Between 3 years and 100 months, they'll give a credit towards purchase of another Die Hard battery if this one fails.


That's the "limited" part in limited warranty. Pretty standard proration, though most batteries begin proration at 24 months or less, so 36 month full warranty on this one is pretty good deal.


and most only prorate from 24-60 months tops, sometimes 6-7 years. But rarely 100 months.

NoMoneyInMyWallet said:   camiolo said:   FYI - it's only a 3 year warranty.

Between 3 years and 100 months, they'll give a credit towards purchase of another Die Hard battery if this one fails.

http://www.sears.com/ue/home/diehardfaq.html#07
That's what "limited" warranty means.


That's what prorated means. Limited warranty means that there are certain conditions when they will not honor the warranty. Usually that includes abuse or commercial use.

camiolo said:   FYI - it's only a 3 year warranty.

Between 3 years and 100 months, they'll give a credit towards purchase of another Die Hard battery if this one fails.

http://www.sears.com/ue/home/diehardfaq.html#07


you must not understand car battery warranties.

scrouds said:   NoMoneyInMyWallet said:   camiolo said:   FYI - it's only a 3 year warranty.

Between 3 years and 100 months, they'll give a credit towards purchase of another Die Hard battery if this one fails.

http://www.sears.com/ue/home/diehardfaq.html#07
That's what "limited" warranty means.


That's what prorated means. Limited warranty means that there are certain conditions when they will not honor the warranty. Usually that includes abuse or commercial use.


but camiolo posted up that limited meant you weren't getting the a full replacement warranty for 100 months and no money replied to his post. as for limited (abuse, etc) even a full warranty would have those disclaimers. that's not what limited NECESSARILY means here.

scrouds said:   NoMoneyInMyWallet said:   camiolo said:   FYI - it's only a 3 year warranty.

Between 3 years and 100 months, they'll give a credit towards purchase of another Die Hard battery if this one fails.

http://www.sears.com/ue/home/diehardfaq.html#07
That's what "limited" warranty means.


That's what prorated means. Limited warranty means that there are certain conditions when they will not honor the warranty. Usually that includes abuse or commercial use.


If you click the link we all keep referencing, you'll see WHAT Sears THINKS IT MEANS.

scrouds said:   NoMoneyInMyWallet said:   camiolo said:   FYI - it's only a 3 year warranty.

Between 3 years and 100 months, they'll give a credit towards purchase of another Die Hard battery if this one fails.

http://www.sears.com/ue/home/diehardfaq.html#07
That's what "limited" warranty means.
That's what prorated means. Limited warranty means that there are certain conditions when they will not honor the warranty. Usually that includes abuse or commercial use.
How does the limited warranty work?
If your battery fails to hold a charge after the free replacement period has expired, you will be given a credit towards the purchase of a new DieHard battery. The amount of credit is determined by a formula based on the length of time, in months, that you have owned the battery.

NoMoneyInMyWallet said:   scrouds said:   NoMoneyInMyWallet said:   camiolo said:   FYI - it's only a 3 year warranty.

Between 3 years and 100 months, they'll give a credit towards purchase of another Die Hard battery if this one fails.

http://www.sears.com/ue/home/diehardfaq.html#07
That's what "limited" warranty means.
That's what prorated means. Limited warranty means that there are certain conditions when they will not honor the warranty. Usually that includes abuse or commercial use.
How does the limited warranty work?
If your battery fails to hold a charge after the free replacement period has expired, you will be given a credit towards the purchase of a new DieHard battery. The amount of credit is determined by a formula based on the length of time, in months, that you have owned the battery.


It doesn't say anything about 100 months, does it? The devil is in the details. What is this formula? I'd like to know. More important to me is why retailers make it so difficult to find out. I've asked in stores (not K-Mart or Sears) but no one can tell me.



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