Warranties & Extended Warranties

When you're preparing to buy a DSLR, lens, camera flash or other photographic equipment it is important for you to understand what the standard warranty that comes with your DSLR and other products covers and for how long. It is also beneficial for you to find out about the various extended warranty options that are available to you.

What is a Warranty?

Most, if not all, products come with a warranty. The most common kind of warranty on goods is a warranty that the product is free from defects in materials and workmanship. This is simply promising that the product will perform as well as such products customarily do. These are generally limited warranties, limiting the time the buyer has to make a claim. This essentially means that if, for example, a DSLR carries a 5 year warranty and if, for some or other reason, it stops functioning after 6 years, you cannot take it back because the warranty has expired. It is in situations such as this that an extended warranty is an enormous help and relief.

What are Extended Warranties?

Extended warranties basically begin when the standard warranty of the DSLR, lens etc you bought expires. Extended warranties for cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment cover various items and circumstances depending on which option of extended warranty you choose. It is important to read the lists of what is and what is not covered so that you can be sure that you have chosen the Extended Warranty that you want.

Mack Extended Warranties

We sell Extended Warranties so that you can protect your investment past the day that the standard warranty expires. We specialize in selling Mack Warranties and have various cover options for your requirements. These Mack warranties range from covering equipment under $250 to $6000 so you will find the warranty that will adequately cover your gear. These warranties cost only a fraction of what it would cost you to replace or repair an item in your gear. Have a browse through our Mack Warranties. You will definitely find a warranty that will cover your photographic equipment and guard your investment to the extent that you want.