Jetstream Trailers fall into the Lightweight Sports and Adventure Trailer Category.
They are extremely robust, feather-light to tow and maneuver, with comfort and convenience being the number one priority.
Easy to store and maintain, the Jetstream offers the perfect solution for any outdoor enthusiast with a get-up-and-go approach to life.
Go Fishing, cycling, hunting, surfing or just go exploring in absolute comfort.
Rugged, go-anywhere, galvanized chassis. Heavy duty axles and suspension. Our fully insulated, tough monocogue construction has no joins, ensuring super strength much like an ostrich egg. This eliminates the possibility of water leaks and ensures easy maintenance and longevity.
Includes interior and exterior dim/bright LED touch-lights in all the right places and enough plug points for all your needs. This includes USB ports to charge cell phones and cameras.
Enjoy 50 Hours of constant off-the-grid usage.
Our standard galley offers a simple and clean design to cater for an “off the grid” experience. It comes equipped with a gas cooker, hand-wash basin (52 water tank) and built-in coolerbox.
A good night’s sleep equals happy camping days! The well-designed spacious and comfortable cabin offers an extra-length, quality queen size bed and more than adequate storage facilities for personals and valuables. Fully lockable from both the inside and outside to ensure peace of mind.
As far as a weekender goes, the Jetstream was an absolute pleasure to tow. The Classic made easy work of the dirt roads and even some cattle tracks we encountered.The van is exceptionally well insulated and sleeping space well thought out. The kitchen is well equipped and we had no trouble cooking and feeding four people on the fly. I was impressed with the fact that even though we literally abused the van in this rough terrain, there were no rattles and nothing parted ways with its original mounting position. A worthy investment for the weekend warrior or sportsman.Schalk Faber / Technical Manager, Penetron SA, Customer
I write regarding the letter about teardrop trailers in the February edition of Caravan & Outdoor Life.I am now 64 years old and have had a Jetstream Teardrop for more than four years. I have traveled extensively in it and never found it wanting. I’ve been to Botswana and Namibia several times, with the longest trip being just over three weeks.I don’t view my “Foxy” (each one gets a nickname of the buyer’s choice) as a weekender at all! I do have a large bow gazebo just like the one you used on your trip, but I have the three sides so I can block off and have privacy if needed. I’ve also added a tow hitch for a small inflatable boat or trailer and inside net doors to both sides. I love it because it’s just like having the tent feel with the luxury of the double bed. I can’t sleep with the doors closed.
I am no muscle man, but I have found Foxy to be very easy to move around and get into position exactly where I want it to be, even when alone. Hooking up to a vehicle is a dream. I normally use my Nissan NP200 bakkie; it tows very easily and my fuel consumption hovers between 12.5 and 13.5l/100km. Cruising at 120km/h is no problem if you’re in a hurry.
The outdoor kitchen is not a problem, if you put the caravan inside the gazebo as opposed to alongside it.I have had bigger caravans, including an Exclusive, but the teardrop is used at least once a month and gives me all the experience I like of being outdoors very comfortably. So my response to the initial question is: Go for it!Stephen Fox, Customer
After seeing this wonderful product at one of the shows, I was very keen to purchace the Jetstream Teardrop Trailer. After experiencing ongoing problems with my existing caravan with the dreaded wood rot, I had just about had enough! I contacted Barry Olivier and informed him that I was very interested in his new range of Jetstream Teardrop Trailers. After meeting with Barry at his factory, he explained the entire concept and even gave me a tour of his manufacturing process at the factory. After our meeting, Barry kindly offered me his loan unit to test out first and offered any extras that I may need with the various options. I could not believe what I was hearing and after spending a weekend in the Berg, my mind was made up and I purchased my new Jetstream Classic and so far we have taken this incredible unit out every month after joining the Midlands Rally Club.Llew van Wyk, Customer
*Persons who passed their Code B light motor vehicle drivers tests after the implementation of the National Road Safety Act of 1996 are prohibited from towing anything weighing more than 750 kg. Drivers who already had the old Code 8 licences before that time automatically received Code EB licences that limit them only to the maximum permissible towing capacity of the tow vehicle. Code B licence holders are obliged to undergo the whole learners’ and drivers’ licence testing procedure with an appropriate trailer attached for a Code EB before being allowed to tow a full-sized caravan. Taking a chance and having an accident without the correct licence could result in all insurances refusing to honour claims.