I recently had an issue with a filament that only has a 30 day warranty. This seems like a ridiculously short period of time, since there's no way I would use a whole roll in a month unless I was doing non-stop printing...which I'm not.
I'm not sure what could go wrong with the filament, other than moisture absorption. My issue (discovered after returning to an unattended print) appeared to be a tolerance issue, as it appeared the filament became stuck, and the teeth of the extruder gear left quite a bit of plastic on top of the heat sink. In reading some posts, I now realize that the clicking sound I heard right before I left the printer alone, was the extruder gear/stepper motor, not the cable ties on the edge of the printer frame like I thought it was.
I've printed many things with this roll previously, with no issues, but did have my only other jam with that same roll. Printed with 5 other rolls of various types without any issues.
So, is a 30-day warranty common? And do you think its reasonable? Do any of you use a filament with a longer warranty?