Here in Romania I can get extended warranty from the vendor for most electronics. It costs what it costs, but it's covered.
I think it's unreasonable to expect any company to fix your purchase for free at your whim. No product is designed to work forever, and no product can be designed to work for all time. Even the best industrial companies only offer 1-2 years warranty for their products. A Universal Robot only has 1 year of warranty, and that one needs to actually work constantly. And you will be billed, if fixing under warranty, for any scratch that they may find on their unit. If they see so much as a dent, the warranty goes off and you need to pay expensive repairs.
So...why precisely should a product designed for home use have a longer warranty when it's handed over to the general public?