Disclaimer

Fast Ice Products:

Our products are manufactured in the USA (not the power tool kit). All by-products from the metal machine and milling process’ are recycled.

* All our metal parts made in the USA are ROHS, REACH and CONFLICT MINERALS compliant.

There is a learning curve to this product. Practice in your living room drawing the tool and fitting the screw to the tool. Please make sure once you have practiced in your living room and feel comfortable, use the tool on easy ice first. You have to learn the rules of putting in a screw manually.

When climbing, if it is easier to put the screw in manually, do it. Don’t feel the need to use the Fast Ice climbing tools 100% of the time. Always make sure that you use the appropriate equipment under the appropriate circumstances.

Fast Ice Manual

Warnings:

Read, understand and follow the warnings in the power tool you are using.  Including the battery charger and battery use. Power Tool Manual.

Always follow all manufacturers warnings and instructions when charging, removing, or attaching the battery and using the tool.  Always understand in advance how to reverse direction of the power tool before leaving the ground.  Make sure the Fast Ice chuck is firmly in place before leaving the ground.  Always confirm battery is charged and secure before leaving the ground.

Warranty Disclaimer:

Fast Ice warrants that the product will meet the specifications stated in the instructions and Fast Ice agrees to replace the product free of charge if the product does not conform to the specifications if notified within sixty (60) days of purchase. Notice for replacement must be given within 60 days of the discovery of the defect.

In consideration of the above warranties by Fast Ice, the buyer agrees to and accepts the following conditions:

  • That this warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied;
  • That ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED AND/OR WAIVED;
  • That the buyer’s sole remedy shall be to obtain replacement of the product free of charge from Fast Ice; and That this remedy is in lieu of all other remedies or claims for damages, consequential or otherwise, which the buyer may have against Fast Ice.

Fast Ice shall have no liability for Any loss or injury caused, in whole or in part, by its actions, omissions, or negligence, or for contingencies beyond its control; Fast Ice warrants that the product will meet the specifications stated in the instructions and Fast Ice agrees to replace the product free of charge if the product does not conform to the specifications. Notice for replacement must be given within 60 days of the discovery of the defect.

ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED AND/OR WAIVED

Disclaimer on Ice Climbing:

Ice Climbing is a technical activity involving the use of ice axes, crampons, ice screws and Fast Ice.  Ice axes must be used properly to be effective and to prevent injury to you and other people.

Ice Climbing involves cold, water and ice on the vertical.  Moving vertically on ice requires some strength and skill.  Ice is constantly falling and can cause injury if you are hit by it.  Other objects that fall due to thawing or knocked down by the ice or other climbers may hit you.  In addition, cold water from the source of the ice or melting ice and snow may be falling on your climbing route.

The obvious accidents that occur in ice climbing are falling while climbing.  Whenever you fall you may fall only a few feet or all the way to the ground.  As you fall you may hit objects or the ice that are in your path.  You may also catch a crampon on the ice or rope during a fall.  If the rope breaks your fall, the jolt from the rope may cause injury.  The ice you are climbing on may un-expectantly collapse with you attached to it. Falling to the ground may cause serious injury from any height.  You may land on your ice axes or land so you injure yourself with your crampons.

Ice Climbing is dangerous and this tool makes ice climbing easier and faster, however it does not negate those dangers.