Beartooth radio device.
Beartooth radio in hand.
Beartooth was built rugged to be used as ‘gear’ in the outdoors.
Top view of Beartooth unit.
If you’re looking for the best user experience, this new Beartooth device can work as a two-way radio when connected via bluetooth. What’s even better is that Internet connection or cell networks aren’t needed, so you can talk to anyone, anywhere at any time.
Pair the palm-sized, tech-outdoors product with an iOS or Android smartphone and watch it give a 2-mile range using nearby radio signals. In order to talk or text phone-to-phone with someone, two Beartooth devices must be connected to bluetooth on its own unit. In addition to those handy features, the device is a great tool for hikers and campers. It can also serve as a backup battery by plugging your phone into the Beartooth to recharge.
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- 2.44in x 4.0in x 0.49in
- 3000 mAh Battery (1.75x iPhone 6S Battery Capacity)
- 4 Day Battery Life
- Bluetooth 2.0 Connection to Smartphone
- USB Type-C charge port
The MSRP for this device is $99.99 (early bird price), but orders will not ship until late 2016. For more information visit Beartooth.
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