You have to purchase the "insurance" for an extra 30 USD to have the shipping for repairs/returns covered, and I am not even sure that applies to Canada, but it is still very impractical to have to deal with returns on a regular basis as many people say they have.
It is at best impractical to have to register through a glitchy app, which throws questionnaires at you before allowing you onto the registration screen, if you are lucky enough to get there.
Also, my battery life was never more than 2 hours from the beginning. The units were used for approximately 10 hours total before one of them stopped working.
Customer service got back to me and agreed to a return. Once received, they agreed to pay shipping of the defective units, and refund me for the purchase price. Because of original shipping costs, duties, and customs, I will still have lost 95 CAD for the privilege of trying out this product for 10 hours, that is, IF I receive my refund.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend