Using a Breezeboard Pro, like all sports, carries an inherent risk of injury, damage to property and death. You should always wear a helmet, pads and any other protective equipment to limit your risk. You should use the product within your abilities, learn to stop (slide), mount and dis-mount and don’t board in traffic or other dangerous locations that may increase your risk. Don’t fall prey to peer pressure and take risks such as not wearing a helmet. They may say it’s not “cool” to wear a helmet or pads, but the risk of permanent injury or death is definitely not “cool”.
All Breezeboard Pro boards are warranted to be free of defects in workmanship and materials for 60 days from date of purchase. Due to the nature of the product, damage to the board or its components is not covered. This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, abuse, water damage, delamination due to water exposure, stress cracks, chips, scrapes or any damage from any type impact is not covered. However, the battery and charging system are covered for a period of 1 year, subject to proof that the product has been charged, and used in an inappropriate manner, to be decided upon at BreezeboardPro.com sole discretion.
Conditions of Use
The equipment user assumes all risks and responsibility outlined in the Waiver, Release and Assumption of Risk Agreement outlined below.
Age limit and your legal rights as a consumer
If you are a consumer, you may only purchase Products from our site if you are at least 18 years old.
As a consumer, you have legal rights in relation to Products that are faulty or not as described. Nothing in these Terms will affect these legal rights.
Waiver, Release and Assumption of Risk Agreement
To BreezeboardPro.com, it’s proprietors and all associated owners, (Collectively and hereinafter referred to as “Breezeboard Pro”), from whom I purchase Breezeboard Pro equipment described on the Invoice of Purchase and their respective stockholders, owners, employees, agents, representatives, dealers, distributors and associates: I assume all risk associated with the use of the Breezeboard Pro board equipment purchased, loaned, given, traded, received, as I understand that using the product, as with all extreme sports, carries an inherent risk of personal injury, property damage or death (Collectively and hereinafter referred to as “Risk”). By purchasing the equipment, I agree to accept all possible known and unknown “Risk” associated with using the equipment. I agree, to the fullest extent of the law, to indemnify and hold harmless and to waive any and all claims that I have or may have in the future against “Breezeboard Pro” resulting from the use of the equipment. I agree to the fullest extent of the law to Release, Indemnify and Hold Harmless “Breezeboard Pro” from any and all liability for injury, loss, damage, death or expense that I or my next of kin may suffer as a result of my use of the equipment, due to any cause or reason whatsoever, including, without limitation, any negligence or breach of contract in the manufacturing, assembling, design, maintenance, selection, sale, adjustment, modification of the skateboard equipment. In the event of my incapacitation or death, this Agreement shall be effective and binding upon my next of kin, relatives, heirs, executors, assigns, administrators, and representatives. In entering this Agreement, I am not relying on any oral or written representation other than what has been set forth above in this Agreement. I have read and understood this Agreement and I am aware that by purchasing from “Breezeboard Pro” I am agreeing to all aspects of this Agreement and that by doing so, I may be waiving certain rights, including the right to sue Breezeboard Pro, its associated directors, employees, partners and/or the distributor.
SAFETY AND WELL-BEING
Using a Breezeboard Pro is super-fun, but like any extreme sport takes a little time and dedication to become an expert. In our experience, 1 hour of practice will allow you to begin to feel confident. However, we would highly recommend initially only using the board inside, in a room that has sufficient space, and learn to practice getting on and off safely. This can be done with the help of a friend, or leaning against a wall for support. Thereafter, learn to make small movements forward, backwards and turn in a circle.
Please be aware, that to begin with, you are likely to fall off at least once or twice…BE SENSIBLE AND TAKE CARE. You are responsible for your own safety, and we highly recommend the use of helmets and pads at all times to limit injuries. Avoid areas that are too steep, and close to busy traffic.