Backpacking involves serious dangers such as (but not limited to) injury, death, impairment of one’s self or others, damage or destruction of property, and emotional trauma. All backpacking stoves create a potentially hazardous condition for the user. By using the stove it is assumed by Seller that the Buyer has completely read the instructions and will follow safe operating procedures and exercise common sense in the use of this stove. Seller assumes no responsibility for the condition and operation of this stove by Buyer. Buyer assumes all responsibility for the use of this stove. Buyer assumes all risk of loss and injury and warrants that he or she will defend, indemnify and hold seller harmless. Buyer represents that no reliance is made upon any act or conduct of the Seller.
This stove is intended for cooking while backpacking or camping outdoors. It is NOT intended for use as a space heater. It is NOT intended for interior use such as inside a house, apartment, trailer or any other enclosed domicile. NEVER use this stove inside a tent or under a low-hanging tent vestibule or tarp, due to fire danger. Oxygen depletion and carbon monoxide poisoning may also be the result of using this stove in any confined space, causing injury or death. Use common sense. BE SAFE, NOT SORRY.
WARNING: This stove is intended for use with alcohol ONLY. NEVER use Coleman Fuel (white gas), gasoline, acetone, laquer thinner or a similarly volatile liquid inside this stove. Using such fuels will almost certainly result in a large flare-up and may result a hazardous fire.
For Micro, Solo and Duo:
CAUTION: DO NOT OVER-FILL THE STOVE. The stoves have a recommended maximum fuel capacity. When using the included fuel dispenser bottle, it’s best to measure fuel conservatively. Measurements on the bottle are approximate. There MUST be a sufficient gap between the fuel in the chamber and the jet holes. If there is no space or not enough space in the chamber, there is a chance that liquid alcohol will spew from the jets rather than alcohol vapor. This can create a very hazardous fire. If alcohol is seen rising from the holes prior to lighting the preheat fuel, the stove is definitely overfilled. Do not light the stove. Pour the alcohol from the stove back into a suitable transfer container such as a funnel or cup, then back into the fuel bottle. Measure and dispense fuel again correctly. Before storing the stove, make sure that all fuel has been evaporated from stove. Do not attempt to store this stove with fuel remaining in the stove.
Do not attempt to light this stove with the screw closure off. Vapors inside the stove can ignite all at once.
Do not attempt to light this stove if the stove is in any position other than sitting on its base.
For Turbo I, Turbo II and Turbo II-D:
CAUTION: DO NOT OVER-FILL THE STOVE. The stoves have a recommended maximum fuel capacity. When using the included fuel dispenser bottle, it’s best to measure fuel conservatively. Measurements on the bottle are approximate. Over-filling the stove will cause fuel to spill out of the side ports. If alcohol is seen spilling from the holes prior to lighting the preheat fuel, the stove is overfilled. In this situation, do not light the stove. Pour the alcohol from the stove back into a suitable transfer container such as a funnel or cup, then back into the fuel bottle. Measure and dispense fuel again correctly. Before storing the stove, make sure that all fuel has been evaporated from stove. Do not attempt to store this stove with fuel remaining in the stove.
NEVER attempt to light this stove if the stove is in any position other than sitting upright on its base.
NEVER add fuel to the stove while it’s still lit. Make sure that all flame is extinguished before adding fuel. Adding fuel while the stove is lit can result in a hazardous fire.
The stoves have been tested to safely support a weight up to 20 lbs. (9 kg.) without deforming. If a full cook pot is placed forcefully or dropped onto the stove, a force many times the weight of the pot is created and this may result in deformity of the stove chamber. The stove may also deform if dropped, stepped on, or stored loosely in a backpack. It is intended that it be stored inside a cook pot or other container. This stove is constructed of thin sheet metal and it must be handled with care. With proper care this stove will last for many years.
This stove was tested at the time of manufacture and was in good working order at the time of shipping. It is warranted to be free from structural defects for as long as the original buyer owns the stove. “Structural defects” refers specifically to voids or breaks in welds, solder seams and/or wall surfaces that rarely develop during normal use. In the rare case of a bona fide structural defect, seller agrees to pay the cost of return shipping charges and provide a new stove at no additional charge. Punctures, dents or other deformities that occur during use do not constitute structural defects. It is not recommended that the stove be operated in other than original condition and therefore seller makes no offer to repair any damages inflicted by buyer. No other warranty either express or implied is offered.
STOVE RETURN POLICY
A stove may be used for up to 30 days and returned without explanation, provided that it is undamaged. Damage includes dents, deep scratches and other related marring of the surfaces that cannot be removed with cleaning agents. Discoloration/oxidation of the metal during firing is normal and does not constitute damage. Stoves are carefully inspected prior to shipping and are not shipped if they are damaged. In the event that the stove is returned and accepted, there is a $10 fee to cover the time and materials of cleaning. There is also an additional fee of $5 to cover shipping. An additional fee of $2 is applied if the stove was purchased using PayPal, since those fees are not refunded to Brasslite. In the event that a stove is returned, cleaned, and damage is discovered, the customer is required to keep the stove and must pay for the cleaning fee and return postage. Decisions made by Brasslite regarding damage are final. After 30 days, stoves are not returnable.