Do Olympians need Headphone insurance?
Written by Mark Bower
Posted on August 1, 2012
With Dr Dre beating the Olympic brand police and launching an ambush marketing campaign by giving away versions of their Beats range to members of the GB Team, including Laura Robson and Jack Butland, and many of the swimmers walking to their blocks wearing the latest musthave headphones its clear to see just why many headphone users decide headphone insurance is a must have to protect their expensive gadget.
Headphones such as the Dr Dre Beats StudioTM Over Ear Headphone shown above can easily cost over £250, which insurance runs from just a few pounds a month. Many insurers can be compared in seconds using the moneymaxim headphone insurance comparison service, covering use at home and abroad, with options to cover theft, loss, accidental damage and breakdown once the manufacturers guarantee has expired.
For gaming geeks and techno fans an alternative method of protecting a wider range of gadgets is through home insurance, and until the end of August 2012 Principality Building Society are offering a massive 15% off their home insurance premiums (use the promotional code ’730s2p’ when asking for a quote). Principality offer a ‘technology and entertainment’ bolt on which allows you to cover up to £10,000 of gadgets, home entertainment systems, laptops, pcs and printers all at an amazingly low cost (often around £10 p.a.). The ability to set the excess as low as £50 is a further benefit. Read more about home insurance covering mobiles phones, tvs, laptops and gadgets, or visit Principality Bulding Society to run a quotation in 2 minutes.
Please note Principality are a direct home insurer, and do not offer their product via comparson services.