Be careful about the battery thing. I contacted Service Net directly, and they said the battery would NOT be covered. They said:Gruntman said:I did, I'm paranoid of dropping it and the warranty covers one accidental replacement. It also covers the battery for the full two years, and since this is not a user replaceable battery I thought it was probably a good idea. There are also a lot of people that swear by the square warranty and others here could tell you more about that.
I hope you find what you need and can order your Kindle soon.
.As batteries are considered a consumable item we would not be able to cover the cost of replacement.
It sounds good but I'm just not sure. I have zero experience with Square Trade.Trekker said:True...when I got my K2 Square Trade warranty, I specifically asked about battery replacement and they told me that since it's not user replaceable, it would be covered under their warranty.
I just did it too, and it worked. I bought it tonight and could not get any of the coupon codes I had found to work. Husband said it was still a good deal at 74.99.luvmy4brats said:It worked
Great find. And yes, this board is amazing. BTW, my friend did end up getting the Amazon warranty. I'm glad he did, him and his butterfingers will need it.kari said:Okay, I did some research and comparison shopping and decided Square Trade was the best way to go. So I got the 3 year coverage plus accident coverage (w/ $50 deductible) for $45. Yay!! So much good info on Kindleboard!!!