Warranty covers product to be free from defects in material and workmanship for 14 days after date of purchase.
Warranty does not cover natural breakdown of materials that occur inevitably with extended use (e.g., damage, exhausted zippers, defects caused by accident, abuse,
alteration, animal attack, storm damage, misuse or improper care.
This product is covered for 14 days from date of purchase. Please check all contents to verify product has no missing or broken parts. Gigatent will mail replacement parts
free of charge within the 14 Day Manufacturer’s Warranty by calling 1-877-836-8701 or emailing customerservice@gigatent.com. We highly recommend logging on to our
website at www.gigatent.com should you need customer service.
This product was not designed to be left out in the sunlight for extended periods of time. Prolonged UV exposure will rapidly break
down the color and integrity of this product. UV damage is not covered under our warranty.
WARNING : NEVER LEAVE BURNING FIRE UNATTENDED
Wind may topple product. Use extra caution.
Keep all Flame and Heat away from product.
THIS PRODUCT IS NOT FIRE PROOF.
IF LEFT TOO CLOSE OR ON OPEN FLAME THE PRODUCT WILL BURN OR BE SEVERELY DAMAGED.
CAUTION: Use caution when using propane stove on this product. Unintended fire my result in damage of product or bodily harm.
Manufactured in China for
Gigatent
55 Haul Rd
Wayne, New Jersey 07470
www.gigatent.com
Manufacturers Warranty
WARNING:
TipsandTricks
Care
Ultra Violet (UV) Exposure
Your tent is made of UV resistant
polyester fabric which is resistant but
NOT impervious to the damaging effects
of long term sun exposure. We DO NOT
suggest long term set up of ANY of our
products as this will severely damage the
tent fabric.
Seam Sealing
Gigatent suggests that at a MINIMUM the
seams at the bottom of the windows
should be sealed using a product like
McNetts Seam Sure to prevent moisture
from coming through the needle holes.
Follow the manufacturer's instructions
when applying seam sealer.
Structural Integrity
Although the tent was constructed to
rigid specifications periods of wind and
soaking rain may loosen the stakes and
guylines to the point of allowing the
rainfly to flap. This can in turn cause the
poles to loosen weakening the overall
structure. Loosening of the rainfly can
also create pockets that can collect water
which can lead to pole failure. To insure
that this does not occur take care during
windy or rainy conditions that all of the
stakes and guylines are secure and tight.
Storage
DO NOT under any circumstances store
your tent wet or damp. Mildew will
quickly destroy a tents waterproof
coating. Allow your tent to dry and then
store in a cool dry place.
Washing Your Tent
NEVER machine wash a tent as this can
cause damage to the waterproof coating.
Hand wash with a mild soap and rinse
with clean water and allow to
COMPLETELY dry before storing. An
extremely dirty tent can be set up and
washed like a car or it can be washed in a
bathtub using your hands to agitate the
water or a soft brush.
When using the canopy on hard surfaces such as concrete, weights may be substituted for stakes. Gigatent highly
recommends using Gigatent brand Canopy Weights (sold separately). Care must be taken as the canopy will not be
as stable as if it were staked. The legs have different height settings and will allow the canopy to be tilted slightly
to provide the most protection from the elements. Do not collapse the frame with the canopy top attached as this
can allow the fabric to be damaged. Remove the canopy top prior to fully collapsing the frame. In sandy soil a
longer and wider stake will hold best. Even better use a heavy anchor made out of a piece of wood with a loop of
rope around it and buried in the sand with the other end tied to the canopy. When using the canopy in heavy rains
be sure that water does not start to collect on top as this will cause damage to the frame. Use the guy lines and
Velcro to maintain proper tension on the canopy top.
 
 

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