People my age, including me, like to buy things that they might not need them. Interestingly, in the United States, you can easily return that product without a hustle. Heck, I have heard people returning in-ear headphones and torn jeans.
In my country, all stores are legally obliged to accept returns up to 14-days after purchase if the product doesn’t have any cosmetic damage or signs of wear. However, the catch is our retailers are shady, so once you return a product they just resell it at a full-price. Sometimes they even repack demo products and resell them at a retail price.
When I was in the market for my second monitor. I went to one of the largest stores and they had only one piece in stock of the monitor that I liked, it was a demo unit working 24/7. I was interested to purchase that monitor if they offered a discount. However, they said it was a brand new product, not used by anyone. The same thing can happen with a product that someone returns. This is the reason why I don’t like to return stuff.
Personally, I return only if there are some defects and RMA or sending it for a repair are the only solutions.
I have heard some stories of people buying Bluetooth speakers and headphones, they return it to the stores if they don’t like it. Personally, I find this a bit unethical, because before buying those products, you do have demo units available - and you can see if the products are of your liking.
I know that when I used to live in the US, people used to return all kinds of things even after years of use.
How are the return policies in your country and do you have a habit of returning products?