I like it when products come with warranties right out the gate.
I have the same laptop that I’ve had for the last 8 years, and it’s because of the warranty.
The first one I bought broke within 6 months of use, and the company sent me a new one. And then when I got a new one I got the extended warranty for that device as well. My recent cell phones have come with really good warranties too. I can’t complain when the company is willing to replace the phone as soon as the screen cracks. However that requires compliance with some of their strict rules including the screen protectors. Some of the other types of things that come with warranties that come to mind are heating and cooling equipment such as air conditioners and furnaces. Our recent HVAC system has been warranted and insured for 10 years. The company will replace any parts and components that break within that time frame as long as we use a licensed and certified heating and cooling company to service and maintain the system. Then we have a separate labor warranty contract with the heating and cooling supplier. Basically we have to pay for a two week times a year maintenance plan to keep a warranty on parts and labor for the system. If you don’t do this, you have to pay for the labor fees whenever a partner component is replaced under warranty. That means there’s a separate warranty with the HVAC manufacturer and another warranty with the HVAC supplier. You have to maintain both or you’ll pay for any damages done to the heating and cooling system.