Tips and tricks warning – Giga Tent MT 012 User Manual
TIPS AND TRICKS
KEEP ALL FLAME AND
HEAT SOURCES AWAY
FROM THIS PRODUCT FABRIC
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 fabric of this product. UV damage is not
covered under our warranty.
WARNING : NEVER LEAVE CHILDREN UNATTENDED IN TENT.
Keep all Flame and Heat away from tent and tent fabric.
This tent meets flammability requirements of CPAI-84.
THIS TENT IS NOT FIRE PROOF.
IF LEFT IN OPEN FLAME THE TENT WILL BURN.
CAUTION: Never use any fuel-burning or oxygen-consuming devices, or any devices that
produce fumes, including stoves, lanterns, candles, hibachis or heaters in or around your tent.
This can result in carbon monoxide poisoning, injury or death.
WARNING: KEEP ALL FLAME AND HEAT SOURCES AWAY FROM THIS TENT FABRIC.
This tent meets the flammability requirements of CPIA-84. The fabric may burn if left in continuous contact with any flame source. The
application of any foreign substance to the product fabric may render the flame resistant properties ineffective.
1. Do not pitch tent near an open flame.
2. Do not leave campfires unattended.
3. Do not allow CHILDREN or ADULTS to use lighted candles, matches or other flame sources in or near tents.
4. Do not use heating, lighting or cooking equipment with open flames in or near tents.
5. Do not use fuel burning/oxygen consuming devices (i.e. heaters, lanterns or other flame sources inside your tent at any time.
6. Do not spray with insecticide.
7. EXTREME CAUTION: Never use any fuel burning/oxygen device, or any device that produces fumes (including stoves, lanterns,
candles, hibachis or heaters) in or around your tent. Inhalation of fumes may result in carbon monoxide poisoning, injury and/ or
1. Always extinguish campfire before leaving area.
2. Exercise care when using electricity and lighting in and near tents.
3. Disassemble and store tent properly after camping to ensure the tent’s longevity.
4. Always use a hammer/mallet when driving stakes into the ground.
• In windy conditions wrap the fly bungee around the pole several times before hooking it to the ring, this will keep the rainfly from
• Be sure to FULLY close the door zippers in rainy weather as water can find it’s way through an open zipper.
• At a minimum we suggest SEAM SEALING the seams at the bottom of the windows to insure that water won’t come through the needle
• When setting up your tent be mindful not to set it up underneath dead tree branches or limbs as these could snap off in windy conditions.
• In sandy soil a longer stake or a deadman such as driftwood or logs will work better than a normal stake. Bury the deadman at least a foot
into the sand and attach both tent and deadman with the guylines.
• Carrying a combination of different types of stakes will make camping in different places easier and speed set up.
• Never pull on the tent to remove the stakes. This could result in tearing the fabric or seams of tent. Stakes should only be removed by
pulling on stake itself.
• Refer to Troubleshooting guide on the following page for additional information.