I would like to see a product made such that it could be warranteed no matter
who buys it. In my business the products that we make might be resold but we
are still on the hook as long as the product exists, no matter who owns it.
And exception for how it is used is justifiable though, because you can break
anything if you try hard enough. I remember one time I touched up the edge on
a Snap-On screwdriver on our grinder and my dad jumped on me because he said it
would void the warranty.
> There's an implication, if not directly stated...using words like
> "original purchaser" and "intended use".
> We get tired of attempted abuse of warranty policies. We see a lot of
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