Friday, July 16, 2010

Eagle Optics Ranger warranty

Q, from David in Ohio:
Yesterday I bought a pair of Eagle Optics Ranger 8x42 binoculars from the Wild Birds Unlimited store in Strongsville, Ohio. The binoculars were the display unit, and had the box, and packing materials and instruction manual, but there wasn't a warranty card. Should I have received one? Do I have to do anything to register the binoculars to activate the lifetime warranty?


A: Thanks for the question, David. There isn't a warranty card for the Ranger binoculars. The binoculars come with a lifetime, unconditional, transferable warranty. They are always covered under warranty whether or not you are the first or fifth owner. If you ever find that they need service, you can simply send them in to us and we will take care of it. There should be a detailed description of the warranty in the owner's manual, but not a warranty card.

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