|“This hydration system seems to be very versatile with no fiddle factor & light weight. I used to dread carrying a hose system because of having to clean a bladder. However I like the convenience of a hydration system – so the Jetflow will become part of my go to hydration system for day hikes and probably longer hikes”|
|“From time to time a product comes along that makes you ask, “Why didn’t I think of that?” The Jetflow Eagle hydration system does that. It replaces the water bladder with the durability of and the adaptability to fit almost any standard water bottle.”|
|“I came to the conclusion that the Jetflow Tomahawk Pack is pretty brilliant?”|
|“One of the first purchases I made after I took up cycling was a Camelbak Hydration Pack. At the time I was mainly riding on off-road trails and water was hard to find. A few weeks after buying the Camelbak I had to go back to the sporting goods store to buy a cleaning brush kit and some cleaning tablets. Then I had to go back to buy a reservoir dryer—a plastic device allows you to hang the bladder of the Camelbak upside down so it will dry faster. After a year of messing around with two different Camelbak Hydration Packs I finally gave up on them and just started carrying my drinks in the water bottle cages on my bike. A few weeks ago the folks at JetFlow Hydration Systems sent me one of their new Tomahawk Hydration Packs to try. If you are tired of messing around with Camelbak packs, but still need a way to keep yourself hydrated, then the JetFlow products are going to be of great interest to you! This product is not only for cyclists—runners and hikers will also find it to be a great addition to their normal gear.”|
|“After using it once I can guarantee that this will be a constant piece of equipment of mine on every day trip! I highly recommend it.”|
|“Suppose I told you that a company was designing a hydration system designed to compete with the ubiquitous hydration bladder. What if I then told you that this system can use anything from a Nalgene 1L to a plastic bottle that you picked up the local gas station? Enter the Jetflow, a small startup that has the promise to compete with the big boys.
There are a couple of clear advantages to a system like this: for one thing, the infamous plastic flavor of hydration bladders is gone, and the water (or whatever you’re drinking) tastes just like it does straight from the bottle. Additionally, the Jewflow is really easy to clean: all of the hoses detach, and the Jetvalve unscrews so that a Schrader pump can be attached to blow out the system.”
|“I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to think that the Jetflow system could revolutionize the way we drink water. It’s simple, easy to use, and not to mention more sanitary and environmentally friendly (provided you reuse your bottles) than it’s polyurethane counterparts. My guess is that we’ll all be hearing a lot more about this company once the word gets out. A very well-planned and well-executed design, I would highly recommend the Jetflow to anyone looking to improve their hydration strategy.”|