Car Seat FAQs
What type of warranty should I expect from my wearable?
Warranties will vary based on the wearable and manufacturer. However, some retailers, such as Target, Amazon and Best Buy offer extended warranties with electronics they sell for an extra fee. These warranties come at an additional cost and most last up to three years are usually fairly thorough. Remember to always read the fine print before purchasing a warranty for your wearable.
How do I keep my battery life high on my wearable?
The easiest way to keep your battery life high without charging your device is to change your settings so that all unnecessary features aren’t running the battery, much like a smartphone. You can also adjust your brightness and use low-power functions of available.
Are there any wearables I can test before buying?
Most wearables will not allow you to try the product without buying. Some have 30-day money-back guarantees, but you’d be expected to purchase the product upfront. The guarantees also may depend on functionality and system issues. Always check the merchants return policy before buying.