Squaretrade sales an extended warranty for a Band bought anywhere. You just need a receipt. Covers 3 years for everything but lose or theft.
Before people grab a SquareTrade warranty, I would encourage everyone to read their contract terms. The following is from the standard terms:
HOW WE WILL SERVICE YOUR PRODUCT:
Depending on the Product and failure circumstances, We will either, at Our discretion: A. Repair Your Product, or;
B. Provide a cash settlement or a Gift Card reflecting the replacement cost of a new product of equal features and functionality up to the Coverage Amount, or;
C. Replace Your Product with a product of like, kind, quality and functionality.
The specific terms may have other things of interest but this covers points everyone should keep in mind. It is not a guaranteed replacement plan; they make the call on if the coverage has been triggered; and you have no guarantee they will replace a Band with a Band. This should all be taken seriously as some who have purchased coverage on phones only to be offered a previous generation iPhone or Android device for a broken Lumia can readily attest. They are also not even the company guaranteeing the coverage since they are a third party agent for Starr Indemnity & Liability Company. BTW, if they attempt "Service" of a device, the cost can count against their maximum liability which is $199.
Last I checked their available plan was a laughable $44.99 for three years (approaching 25% of device cost). That, of course, may have changed so I am not arguing there may be a two-year option. FWIW though, the only extended warranty I encourage people to consider are those offered on new cars (if the negotiated price is reasonable). Even for those, people should read all of the terms carefully. For small electronics, assume every term will be taken literally since it will be by SquareTrade. Companies that offer these plans make their money off the cost of the plan itself. It is, therefore, in their best interest to avoid payment or find ways to minimize their cost as often as possible. SquareTrade is a better option than some of the alternatives but they are still part of the same game. While it may sound rather clich?, buyer beware....