>Gears and Wears>Camelbak Flashflo prelim. review
Needs more cowbell!
• Keep doing stuff.
Roads were made for journeys...
Abs of Flabs
You know, I had a hard time figuring out how to get the water out of my tube too! LOL! That's why I was looking for instructions! It helped that I found out the black rubbery thing on the end was called a "bite-valve." Mine workes by biting (incisors) on the little groove at the end and then sucking the water out at the same time. I felt really silly trying to get the water out before I figured that out...
Good thing I tried it at home... That way nobody will know... (shhhh!)
Cool, glad to hear you like it, since I was considering ordering that one soon. And the bouncing/sliding thing was my concern. On my 10+mile runs, things that don't usually bother me start to rub, bounce, irritate, etc.
And here is a strange question for you..is there a valve or something to open to get the water to come out, or do you have to suck it out?
Kirsten and Janell
What are your opinions on the maintennance of the Camelbak? I would imagine that keeping it sanitary is a pain. How do you clean the tube and the bite valve?