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  • 我们强大的车辆助推器 - 比 weBoost Drive X 距离远 74%,weBoost Drive Reach 信号增强器提供更少的通话,更好的语音质量,更快的移动互联网,改善音频和视频流,以及更高的热点能力,即使在*远程的区域。
  • 运营商兼容性 — 具有多用户功能,每位乘客都可以享受来自Verizon、AT&T、Sprint、T-Mobile、U.S. Cellular和所有无线网络的更强信号
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  • 更长的电池寿命 — Drive Reach 提供更强大的电池服务,减少电池功耗,额外通话时间长达 2 小时
  • 免工具安装 — 包括一本用户友好的指南,有助于确保在任何类型的汽车、卡车、货车或SUV中快速、简单和无障碍的设置
    • OUR MOST POWERFUL VEHICLE BOOSTER — With 74% farther range than the weBoost Drive X, the weBoost Drive Reach signal booster offers fewer dropped calls, better voice quality, faster mobile internet, improved audio and video streaming, and greater hotspot capability even in the most remote areas
    • CARRIER COMPATIBILITY — With multi-user functionality, every passenger can enjoy stronger cell signal from Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and all wireless networks
    • 5G COMPATIBLE--All weBoost products continue to support the latest in 5G technology, working seamlessly within a 5G network to deliver the best cell signal possible
    • LONGER BATTERY LIFE — The Drive Reach provides stronger cell service with less battery power consumption for up to 2 hours of additional talk time
    • TOOL-FREE INSTALLATION — Includes a user-friendly guide to help ensure quick, easy, and hassle-free setup in any type of car, truck, van, or SUV

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Drive Reach 是 weBoost 最强大的车载手机信号增强器。 无论走到哪里,都能让您自由地与想象的最强的细胞覆盖面保持联系 - 无论路上走到哪里。 凭借 29.5 dBm 上行链电源,5 dBm 下行链路功率,最大增益高达 50 dBs,您的汽车、卡车或货车在路上比 weBoost Drive X 远 74% — 即使在偏远地区和乡村城镇。 安装非常简单,外部天线安装有超强磁铁或非磁性屋顶的粘合盘,以固定更好的电池信号。 配有 12VDC 电源线(点烟器)和一根 USB-A 电源线,可为您的手机或手机设备快速 USB 移动设备充电。 weBoost Drive Reach 兼容所有美国运营商和网络,如 Verizon、AT&T、Sprint、T-Mobile 和 U.S. Cellular。 轻松安装不需要任何工具,只需几分钟即可完成简单易懂的说明。 使用 weBoost Drive Reach 汽车手机信号增强器,减少电话中断、更快的移动互联网和更大的热点功能。 磁性天线,可快速放置。

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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 WeBoost worked/didn't work. HiBoost works as well at a lower price
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 WeBoost worked/didn't work. HiBoost works as well at a lower price
评论于 2021年7月7日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
I go camping and hiking a lot where cell phone signal usually is very spotty, and I also live in an area that practically is dead for AT&T and T-Mobile and barely registers a bar for Verizon. A cell phone booster was provided by T-Mobile for home use and though the receiver shows 1-2 bars, we still only get spotty coverage inside the home.

There is something VERY important to keep in mind about signal boosters: they are exactly that... BOOSTERS. They can only BOOST wherever some signal exists. If there is NO signal, then there is nothing to boost. Stronger signals get a stronger boost. With all that in mind, let's go over my quest to find a cell booster that would work for me.

For the Superbars, HiBoost, and WeBoost, I installed them according to the manual's and online video instructions: the antenna outside the car away from the windows/glass as much as possible, cable connected to the booster unit found underneath the driver (or front passenger) seat, then hooked up to the inside antenna that is mounted at least 8" away from any human being. In my case, that interior antenna was tested at both the front dashboard and on the ceiling at the center of the car.

All claim to work with T-Mobile/Spring, Verizon, AT&T, and other carriers, and that the major 4 already pre-approve these cell boosters for use within their networks. Approval is required per FCC regulation. Mind you, the antenna included is an omni-directional one: meaning, it'll boost signal from any direction but won't be as strong as the types that must be pointed towards the cell tower.

1. SUPERBARS
[UPDATE 7/12/2021: Superbars reached out to me, sent a replacement, and had a technical support rep get in touch with me to go over the setup and usage. I was actually quite impressed by that service. Turns out, Superbars is indeed a rebadge of HiBoost. The results of the replacement Superbars were identical to that of the HiBoost -- no surprise since both products are practically the same.]
First, I tried a SUPERBARS one. Turns out, it's a rebadge of the HiBoost. Both look virtually identical, down to the manual. It was a disaster. The Supercell did not increase any speed. The app was clunky to use. I had no idea how to use it to determine where to point the antenna to for the best signal. All it showed was a bunch of radio frequencies and how good their signals were. I could not figure out how much of a boost I was receiving. I returned it.

2. HIBOOST
Second, I tried the HIBOOST. I knew that it would likely perform as poorly as the SUPERBARS one since both products looked identical. To my surprise, the HiBoost actually WORKED. This leads me to believe that either the Superbars one was a bad copy of the HiBoost, or it was a defective unit I had received. [UPDATE 7/12/2021: Indeed, the Superbars was defective. The replacement worked very identical to the HiBoost.] There were 3 tests performed with and without the booster on. Both times, I'd set the phone into Airplane mode and turn back on so it would grab the closest signal "tower" (or booster antenna).

Without booster, I received about 7.15 Mbps down and 0.62 Mbps up on average. The first test had 0 up. This was done in an area near my home where cell phone coverage was spotty despite showing 2 bars on my T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S21+ phone.

With booster, LTE tests averaged 17.17 Mbps down, 1.18 Mbps up. That nearly doubled both directions. Nice!

The app was the same as the one used by Superbars, and frankly, I do not understand how to use it. It does not give me information in a friendly way to help figure out where the signal is strongest (to point the antenna towards) and how much of a boost the product was providing. Thankfully, I found another app that was a bit more useful than Superbars'/HiBoost's. That program was what WeBoost recommended. [UPDATE 7/12/2021: HiBoost/Superbars technical support acknowledged my criticism of the app and said they are working on overhauling it.]

3. WEBOOST DRIVE REACH
Finally, I tried the WEBOOST to see how it would perform when compared to the HiBoost. I found both products often compared to one another and that there generally is not much of a difference. Some say that the WeBoost amplified the upload speed more, whereas the HiBoost provided a bigger increase for downloads. Depending on what you need your cell phone signal to be, I generally prefer a boost in downloads.

Turns out, at the same place as when the HiBoost was tested, the WeBoost gave identical results: a decidedly great increase in downloads and uploads with and without the booster on. I did observe that the WeBoost gave a slight edge in uploads over the HiBoost, but could not increase the downloads as well as the HiBoost.

WeBoost recommends downloading the OpenSignal app that is available for both iOS and Android. It draws from a crowdsourced database and can help identify where the nearest cell tower is, how signals have been in specific areas for each of the carriers, and more. Using OpenSignal with the HiBoost/Superbars app gave me a bit more insight into where the boosters might work.

CONCLUSION
With the tests done, I have found that I'd rather recommend the HiBoost over the WeBoost because I would like to have better download speeds for streaming videos and surfing the Internet faster. Speaking of which, you should be aware that the Internet uses a different frequency as Voice/Text. Just because you have 4 or 5 bars on your phone does not mean you actually have excellent coverage for Internet or Voice/Text. The only, accurate way to verify is to check the phone itself, but that is something you will have to look up yourself on the internet for your particular smartphone (search with "check signal strength"). Apps can help too. Even though HiBoost/Superbars' app was too technical and clunky to use, it does provide dB signal-to-noise ratios for the various frequencies, but how accurate they were, I am unsure.

There is a word of caution: even though both the HiBoost and WeBoost worked for the area near my home, neither also worked for many other places -- even where my AT&T/T-Mobile cell phones reported as many as 4-5 bars and 4G or 5G coverage. I could not figure out why. In other words, sometimes the boosters worked, and sometimes they seemed NOT to work. Perhaps signals were very poor to begin with, but for whatever reason, both phones reported excellent strength despite having extremely spotty internet access. Maybe the bars represented the Voice/Text network.

Should you get a booster? Are they worth the $400+? Depends on your needs. Well, I'd rather have one in case of emergency than not. Speaking of emergencies, I never leave home without the Garmin inReach Explorer+. Search the internet for "yuenx garmin inreach explorer review" for an in-depth look at how one could save your life and keep your loved ones informed of your whereabouts.
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Significant improvement (after brief testing)
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Significant improvement (after brief testing)
评论于 2019年8月20日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
I tested this briefly - brought me from 2 bars of reception to 3 bars, download speed increased from 15.6mbps to 24.5mbps, upload increased from 2.65mbps to 9.59mbps. So far it seems to work good!
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Almondo
1.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 For $500 it should have made a big difference, but it was negligible.
2020年9月15日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Kindle Customer
3.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Not that great
2019年8月17日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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