October 6, 2007

Bosch Rapid Repair (and a chance to win a Bosch PS10)

RapidRepairLogo.jpgBosch is offering a new repair service that they call Rapid Repair. The 'Rapid' part is a guarantee that your tool is back in your hands within five business days or the repair is free. It's a cool setup that they've got. First, go to their website and find the location of the nearest Bosch Rapid Repair partner near you. Many of the stores that sell Bosch tools are partners, so it's likely that where you bought the tool is where you'll be heading to. Then, you go in and drop off the tool, getting an on-site estimate (which they guarantee you'll never pay any more than). And that's it. Five days later, you should be able to go and pick the tool up and if it takes any longer, then the repair is free.

The service is all factory authorized and comes with a 180 day warranty.

Keep reading to watch Bosch's Rapid Repair video and to get a chance to win a Bosch PS10.

Bosch has cooked up a video that explains the whole deal. Brace yourselves, it's a rap song. It's actually pretty funny though, especially the line about "ubiquitous clip-art." After you watch the video, make sure to go to Bosch's website and enter to win a PS10.

The nitty-gritty about the program is here.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at October 6, 2007 6:28 AM
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