The WindTamer comes with a one year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
The WindTamer is constructed in-house, which means that there’s far better control over the end product than with outsourced products. I think you’ll be hard pressed to find a faulty WindTamer.
Replacement parts will be available directly from WindTamer. For more details on where to get replacement parts (if you’re concerned about this before investing), make contact with them directly.
Optional case and extras
You can purchase a carry case that fits the WindTamer, as well as your stove. It’s made from woven and coated polyester and contains a zipper.
The company’s working on an XL sizes carry case, as well as other camp kitchen necessities.
Mitchell told me that they’re working on a warming rack that suspends from the WindTamer’s frame and holds biscuits, tortillas, waffles and bread for large gatherings.
Sounds like a great addition.