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Incase CL57969 Mag Snap Case for iPad 2
Incase CL57969 Mag Snap Case for iPad 2
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Price: $24.95
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3.0 out of 5 stars Incase Product is Great for Protection...but not without caveats!, March 8, 2012
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This case is a solid performer...it allows you to attach a Smart Cover (sold seperately, btw!), and protects the back of the iPad 2 from being scratched.

The caveat, is Incase DOES NOT OFFER A WARRANTY when you purchase this product from Amazon. This has been posted many times (although, at the time, I did not do enough research).

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The other problem, like others have stated, is the magnets on the rear of the case do not stay "glued" on. Heat from holding the iPad loosens the glue, and they tend to stick to the Smart Cover or fall off completely. A quick "stick" back on, and they stay for a little while until it happens again. I suggest using Krazy glue (Super glue) to keep them in place.


LG 5-Year Service Coverage for LCD TVs ($1,001-$2,000)
LG 5-Year Service Coverage for LCD TVs ($1,001-$2,000)

51 of 52 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5-year After Manufacturer Warranty at an Unbeatable Price!, March 8, 2012
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I purchased a new LG LED 55LW5600 TV from TigerDirect last month (February 2012) since it was a bit cheaper there than it was on Amazon. This TV purchase was to replaced a 5 year old Plasma (LG 50PC5D) which failed. After determining that purchasing a warranty from LG Directly was actually less value for almost the same price, I decided to buy the Amazon-based warranty (LG Direct only allowed for up to 3 years; Amazon has a 5-year plan for $45 more), which I did yesterday (3/7/2012). *** SEE BELOW FOR UPDATE ***

I received a Certificate of Coverage through e-mail overnight, and noticed that the Model Number and Serial Number were absent (obviously because when you purchase this from Amazon, they do not ask for any of this information). I called the 1-866-558-2559 number listed and spoke with a representative to update the information they had on file for me.

Here's the important part -- there have been a lot of reviews to the contrary.

This is NOT a 5-year Warranty AFTER the Manufacturer Warranty has expired. *** SEE BELOW FOR UPDATE ***

The Certificate of Coverage that I received had an effecive date of 3/7/2012, however, after speaking with the representative, she clarified that they do not handle claims during the Manufacturer Warranty period.

She stated that she would update the information on file (the Model and Serial Numbers), and that I would have to submit a "Proof of Purchase" for them to review / update the "Effective Date and Expiration Date." I faxed this information over to them (mainly an Invoice/Shipment confirmation) and they are in the process of updating the Certificate of Coverage.

For those of you who may have other problems, where coverage is listed as "Carry-In" instead of "On-Site" these corrections can also be made. TV's greater than 32" are usually always an On-Site repair.

Update: 3-12-12

This is a 5-year Warranty; however, it is a date of purchase contract. It was explained that even though the "Effective Dates" begins on the product purchase date, ServiceNet (the Warranty provider) will refer any complaints within the first year (aka the Manufacturer's warranty period) to the Manufacturer. Essentially, you are still only getting 4 years of coverage (whether purchased from LG or Amazon).
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