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Entry from October 20, 2021
“Lifetime warranty means the lifetime of the product, not your lifetime”

What is a “lifetime warranty”? People often think it’s for the lifetime of the buyer, but this is usually not correct. The “lifetime” can often mean the the lifetime of the product—or the lifetime of the company.
   
“Lifetime Warranty means Lifetime of the product (usually 5~10 years).. not your Lifetime” was posted on Twitter by Joel on October 31, 2012. “#SavvyConsumer 53: ‘Lifetime warranty’ is open to interpretation & often means the lifetime of the product, NOT your lifetime! Ask ask ask” was posted on Twitter by Elisabeth Leamy on May 17, 2013. “If it says ‘lifetime warranty’ that means the life of the product. NOT your lifetime. #educateyourself” was posted on Twitter by Thekeywestern on January 20, 2019. “I can tell you that a ‘Lifetime Warranty’ only truly covers the ‘typical/average’ lifetime of a product, not your lifetime” was posted on Twitter by wait_wtf on August 4, 2020.
   
“Lifetime warranties: One consumer’s experience with windows shows they can refer to the company’s lifetime, not yours” was posted on Twitter by ABC Action News on July 29, 2015. “When you but a lifetime warranty that means their lifetime, not your lifetime” was posted on Twitter by Apolitical Liberal on March 6, 2020. “Lifetime warranties really mean the company’s lifetime, not yours” was posted on Reddit—Showerthoughts on October 28, 2021.
     
       
Wikipedia: Warranty
Lifetime warranty
A lifetime warranty is usually a warranty against defects in materials and workmanship that has no time limit to make a claim, rather than a warranty that the product will perform for the lifetime of the buyer. The actual time that product can be expected to perform is normally determined by the custom for products of its kind used the way the buyer uses it.
 
If a product has been discontinued and is no longer available, the warranty may last a limited period longer.
           
Twitter
Joel
@joelbrags
Lifetime Warranty means Lifetime of the product (usually 5~10 years).. not your Lifetime.
4:29 AM · Oct 31, 2012·TweetDeck
   
Twitter
Elisabeth Leamy
@ElisabethLeamy
#SavvyConsumer 53: “Lifetime warranty” is open to interpretation & often means the lifetime of the product, NOT your lifetime! Ask ask ask.
4:03 PM · May 17, 2013·SocialOomph
     
Twitter 
ABC Action News
@abcactionnews
Lifetime warranties: One consumer’s experience with windows shows they can refer to the company’s lifetime, not yours
9:00 PM · Jul 29, 2015·TweetDeck
 
Twitter
Let Me Google That
@letmeglglthat
HOLIDAY SHOPPING PSA: A product’s “lifetime warranty” refers to its expected lifetime, not yours.
@anchor https://anchor.fm/letmegooglethat?at=1105110
8:30 AM · Nov 12, 2017·Twitter Web Client
 
Twitter
ChristofferFlensburg
@CFlensburg
Replying to @martinalexsmith
“Oh, you misunderstand, Sir. Lifetime warranty refers to the lifetime of the product, not your lifetime. *condescending chuckle* The lifetime of this product is clearly passed, so warranty is void. I hope that clears up this little misunderstanding, have a good day.”
10:15 PM · Mar 26, 2018·Twitter Web Client
 
Twitter
Thekeywestern
@Thekeywestern
If it says “lifetime warranty” that means the life of the product. NOT your lifetime. #educateyourself
7:41 AM · Jan 20, 2019·Twitter for Android
 
Twitter
Apolitical Liberal
@apolitical_lib
Replying to @detroitnews
When you but a lifetime warranty that means their lifetime, not your lifetime
10:34 AM · Mar 6, 2020·Twitter for iPhone
 
Twitter
wait_wtf
@waitwtf1
Replying to @RaelDonTrump
I can tell you that a “Lifetime Warranty” only truly covers the “typical/average” lifetime of a product, not your lifetime.
9:32 PM · Aug 4, 2020·Twitter for iPhone
 
Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/Cosmic_Gumbo October 18, 2021
Lifetime warranties really mean the company’s lifetime, not yours.
   
Twitter
WSⱯꓛꓤⱯS ꓨNIꓥIꓶ
@SarcasmLiving
Lifetime warranties really mean the company’s lifetime, not yours.
11:02 PM · Oct 18, 2021·TweetCaster for Android
 
Twitter
Dave Vescio
@DaveVescio
Lifetime warranties really mean the company’s lifetime, not yours.
7:58 PM · Oct 20, 2021·Twitter Web App

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