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Reach79 Smartphone Case Claims to Double Signal Strength and Increase Battery Life

Reach79 Smartphone Case Claims to Double Signal Strength and Increase Battery Life

Posted January 7, 2015 at 6:14pm by iClarified · 17448 views
Reach79 is a new smartphone case that claims to increase signal strength -- resulting in better battery life, faster data speeds, and expanded cellular coverage.

The Reach79 line of smartphone cases are powered by patented antenna technology, and are embedded with a thin, gold plated antenna that helps increase signal strength. With a stronger antenna that increases signal strength, customers can expect better battery life and faster data speeds, the company claims.

“We all want to get the most from our smartphones, and that’s exactly what Reach79 cases were designed to do,” said David Vigil, CEO, Antenna79. “Powered by patented antenna technology, Reach79 cases are the first performance-enhancing smartphone cases designed for speed. Each case is embedded with a micro-thin, gold-plated antenna that works to increase your smartphone’s signal strength so your phone can do more for you.”

The antenna technology inside each case is engineered to automatically pair through passive coupling with the antennas within a smartphone. This combined antenna system creates superior signal reception and transmission which enables the device to work more efficiently.

● Speed: A stronger signal enables faster data speeds for browsing the web, streaming music, making video calls, managing emails, and more.
● Expanded coverage: With a stronger signal, users can stay connected farther from a cell tower—and greater range can decrease dropped calls and increase connectivity.
● Increased battery life: With Reach79, smartphones don’t have to work as hard to reach the tower, which can reduce the strain on the battery. More efficient performance equals longer battery life.
● Protection: Weighing just 1.27 ounces, Reach79 cases still offer durability and protection against drops up to 6.6 feet.

The company says that their cases have been tested and verified to improve a phone’s signal strength by an average of 1.6X -- with a peak performance of 2x.

The cases are available for purchase starting today at $59.99 for the iPhone 6, and $69.99 for the iPhone 6 plus. Currently the cases are only available in black, but more colors are planned in the first quarter of 2015.

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Reach79 Smartphone Case Claims to Double Signal Strength and Increase Battery Life
Reach79 Smartphone Case Claims to Double Signal Strength and Increase Battery Life
Reach79 Smartphone Case Claims to Double Signal Strength and Increase Battery Life
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juragab - February 3, 2015 at 7:41pm
i used it for 2 days and did not really improve the signal strength. i checked multiple scenarios and location if it really improve the signal strength. I used the " FIELD TEST MODE OF THE IPHONE" by Dialing *3001#12345#* . The results is unconvincing. This is a " Real world test"...The only positive side of it is the fact that it serve the purpose of protecting your phone... Not recommending to buy...
David - January 9, 2015 at 3:27pm
AT&T. Might benefit from this. It will help their signal.
eyefonesix - January 8, 2015 at 8:46pm
T Mobile & Sprint should offer this case free of charge to every iphone user on their database
MUKAI - January 8, 2015 at 1:51pm
Wait it won't charge my battery but help conserve it. But ok I would still get it if they made it for the 5S
MUKAI - January 8, 2015 at 1:48pm
I would get this. Since T-Mobile has weak towers giving me weak signal this could help at the same time charge my phone.
mister.humann - January 8, 2015 at 1:56am
Um, their site is extremely sparse on actual information. Their claim that "Reach79 technology is proven in third party independent labs, certified by the CTIA. These are the same labs that test the mobile devices themselves" would be a lot more credible with a link to the actual research they claim to be referencing. And I just looked up the CTIA--they're an industry-sponsored-and-run group that I'm guessing is about as honest as the Gartner Group. Just a bunch of alpha-scammers organizing together and paying themselves to shill for themselves and each other. Their officers and board of directors include CEOs of AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile for starters. Not to mention the CEO of Samsung's telecommunications division. Basically the case looks like crap but I'll buy it as soon as I see proof it actually works. Ugh, gold on a phone. So Kardashian, so ghetto.
time travel
time travel - January 7, 2015 at 11:28pm
First quarter of 2014. Time to fire up my time machine.
SimonSays - January 7, 2015 at 7:20pm
If it works, even for a single extra bar in certain places, then I'm in! But will wait for the reviews first.
Hrhv - January 7, 2015 at 6:39pm
Now everyone can enjoy the best data strong network even more. This should satisfy.
Krishnakant - January 7, 2015 at 6:38pm
Is that the issue with current smartphones antenna for bad signals?
Android Junkie
Android Junkie - January 7, 2015 at 6:20pm
If it's real, then I'm getting one. But most likely a gimmick.
odedo1 - January 7, 2015 at 7:04pm
Just another ugly gimmick.
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