Learn About Oakley Lifetime Warranty From Top to Bottom
If you’re a sports enthusiast, you probably own more than one Oakley product. We’ll answer all your questions about Oakley lifetime warranties and guide you through the process of filing a claim!
Does Oakley Have a Lifetime Warranty?
Oakley offers lifetime warranties, but not for all its products. Only Oakley helmets and goggles come with a limited lifetime manufacturer warranty. Check out the details of this warranty in the table below:
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Oakley’s lifetime warranties are only valid if you have proof of purchase from authorized Oakley dealers. In that case, the company will repair or replace your product.
Aside from the lifetime warranty, helmets come with a three-year crash-replacement warranty. This warranty guarantees that Oakley will replace your helmet with a new one at a reduced price if you crash and damage it.
Ways To Submit an Oakley Warranty Claim
Oakley recommends contacting the authorized dealer where you purchased your product and claiming your warranty with them. If the retailer cannot help you, other options might do the trick. Here are all the methods you can use to submit your Oakley lifetime warranty claim:
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File a Warranty Claim via Email
You can submit your goggles or helmet warranty claim by sending an email to Oakley customer support at email@example.com. Describe your issue in the email and request warranty service.
File a Warranty Claim Over the Phone
If you want to claim your warranty via phone, you can call Oakley at 800 403 7449. Customer service is available from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
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Check out how it works:
- Open DoNotPay in your web browser
- Choose our Claim Warranty feature
- Select Warranty on a Purchased Item
- Answer a few questions about your Oakley product and warranty
- Tap on Submit
Oakley will receive your warranty claim immediately. All you have to do is wait for the company to contact you.
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Oakley states on its website that the company reserves the right to reject any warranty claim. If this happens to you, we know what to do!
Appealing a denied warranty claim is another trick up our sleeve! Our app makes it easy to go through this tedious process in a matter of minutes and gives you a better chance of obtaining warranty service.
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- Select Claim Warranty
- Tap on Appeal a Denied Warranty Claim
- Enter details about your warranty claim and answer a few questions
- Hit Submit
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