i4ingenuity Limited (I4) warrants to the end user, that your product, excluding content and or software supplied with or on the product, will be free from material defects in manufacture, will conform to I4’s published product specifications and be fit for normal use during the Warranty Period specified on the product commencing on the date of purchase provided that the product is legally placed on the market. The length of the warranty is stipulated in the product instructions/documentation for your specific product.
To make a warranty claim please contact us at email@example.com within the warranty period and provide proof of purchase (showing date and place of purchase and name of the reseller) and product name, type and number. Ideally, please also include your order number. Warranty registrations are only valid if you register your purchase within 28 days of purchase. Failure to register your purchase will void any warranty or guarantees. You may return the product after first obtaining a Return Material Authorization number and following any other support guidance listed. For further information see http://www.i4ingenuity.co.uk/support.html
I4 may repair this product or provide you with an equivalent product; and if unable to repair or replace the product, will refund the purchase price. I4 will not be liable for indirect or consequential damage (including loss of data), or for damage caused by improper use (including use in an incompatible device and use not in accordance with the instructions), or by improper installation, unprofessional repair, modification or accident. This constitutes I4’s entire liability which will never exceed the price you paid for it, plus the necessary costs you made for the warranty claim. I4’s products must not be used in applications where failure could threaten injury or life, such as life support systems.
National laws may grant you other rights that are not affected by this warranty.
Ireland (IE): This warranty does not exclude or limit in any way liability for death or personal injury.