Business Projector Review: Lightweight Epson Powerlite 732c and 737c LCD projectors
Epson provides an excellent warranty: Two years parts/labor, but it includes Epson’s Emergency Road Service – that is, they will overnight a replacement projector to you if your’s requires warranty service. That means you are back up and running the next business day. And unlike loaner programs you have less hassle, as you don’t have a loaner to return, etc. Quick and clean.
Better news still, – it can change at any time, but Epson has provided a handlful of its largest direct authorized dealers, the ability to offer a 3rd year warranty with fast turnaround service, for free, or a relatively insignificant extra cost. So, we highly recommend that you find and purchase your Epson, from one of Epson’s handful of “Prism” dealers. (If a dealer has that extra year warranty to give you, (retail is $295) they will be touting it for sure. Considering most out of warranty repairs are in the many hundreds of dollars, a free third year, can be a huge operational cost savings should a unit break during that 3rd year.
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