June 30, 2016

Gear Review Opportunity – Jetflow Hydration System

Runners, hikers, bikers, photographers, fishermen – you name it, we got you covered with this weeks very cool gear review opportunity.  We were approached by Jetflow Hydration Systems and they have offered to send one of our bloggers a Tomahawk Jetflow Hydration system.  Here are the details and how it works.

What’s Jetflow?

The Jetflow hydration system replaces a soft side bladder with a  water bottle or bottled beverage of your choice. The bottle rests  upside down (held into place in a Jetflow pack) attached to the  manifold. Two hoses connect to the manifold. One delivers liquid to  the Bite valve and the other releases vacuum pressure through the Jet  Valve.
Advantages over a bladder include no plastic taste and easier  maintenance by recycling bottles or washing a bottle instead of a  moldy bladder!

The Jetflow system works with virtually ANY water / drink bottle.  More details on How It Works HERE.
The Tomahawk model being offered has the following specifics:


· Hydration Volume
     – Maximum Storage of  Two 1.0 Liter Bottles (2.0 Liter -66 oz.) in back
       load cell. (smaller volume bottles acceptable)
     – One to Two 1 Liter Bottles Recommended
· Gear Storage Volume – 250 Cubic Inches
· Lightweight, Durable 400T Materials and Dobby Diamond Construction
· Jetflow Technology Included – Jetflow Eagle System
     – Use any standard water bottle
· Hydration Load Cell – Easy Open EVA Exchange Pocket for Quick
  Access to Liquid Refreshment
· 3D Gusset Load Cell does not Compromise Storage Capacity or
  Interfere with Comfort
· Bullet Bite Valve – Maximum Flow Patented Bite Valve
· 1 Oversize Organizational Pocket
· Adjustable Sternum Strap
· Earphone / Headphone Access
· Reflective Piping
· Padded Ventilated EVA Back Panel
· Active Harness Suspension
The pack is being offered in Red – if you win, and you absolutely MUST have a differennt color, you can ask and the folks at Jetflow just might let you switch colors!

It’s Time to Get Your Comment In: As a reminder, gear review opportunities are open to all Outdoor Bloggers who have their blog listed on the Outdoor Blogger Directory. You leave a comment saying you’re interested and next week we’ll use the random number generator to pick two lucky winners from the comment pool. It’s that simple!

But wait…another refresher:

Before you pull that comment trigger: Gear Review Opportunity is open to OBN Members with an Active Blog on the Outdoor Blogger Directory. By Commenting on this Entry you confirm you have read the Reviewer Guidelines and agree to the terms and conditions. Comments will be accepted until Tuesday at 2 p.m. MST. Winning comment (s) will be selected by the Random Number Generator and announced this coming Tuesday on the OBN. Please check back to see if the RNG has shined upon you, we don’t track down winners…

Ok, NOW go ahead and comment! We’ll pick winners next Tuesday and announce them here. Good luck and thank you Jetflow for giving the Outdoor Bloggers this opportunity



  1. 1

    I like that! The one thing I hate about my camelback is having to fill/drain the pouch every time out. Using bottles is a great idea! Count me in! (though I doubt comment 1 will win 2 weeks in a row! LOL)

  2. 2

    What an awesome cool idea. one of the best ideas I have seen in a long time. I know my readers would love an item like this. Hope I can be the one too do a review.

  3. 3

    I’m Game! Out here in Southern Arizona hydration is a major concern, and being able to use bottled water vs a bag sounds like a fantastic idea.

  4. 4

    I would love to try it out. I’m looking for a water source that is reuseable since they have banned cans and bottles on one section of the river that I fish. Since this is in a self contained system it is allowed.

  5. 5

    Finally, a mobile flask large enough to hold an afternoon’s worth of whiskey.

    Count me in!

  6. 6

    I’d like to do a review of it on my blog. Thanks!

  7. 7

    This looks fun!!

  8. 8

    I’m in! This looks awesome!

  9. 9

    Looks sooo cool! I am in for sure!!

  10. 10

    I could use it. Im in.

  11. 11

    sign me up

  12. 12

    I’m all in.

  13. 13

    Sign me up. That would be a lifesaver hiking and fishing the SE.

  14. 14

    Lucky number 13 I hope? This would be awesome for the desert I live in!

  15. 15

    Woah, never seen anything like that before. I’d love to try it.

  16. 16
    Brian Davis says:

    Throw my name in, please.

  17. 17

    Count me in please!

  18. 18

    Count me in.Looks like a great system!

  19. 19

    Count me in!

  20. 20

    I’m in too!!

  21. 21

    I’m interested!

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