It's true: you can't always have a cell tower in range. And sometimes no amount of repeaters or antennas is going to fix that. For instance, copywriter monkey vacations at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, 20 minutes south of Zion National Park. Lots of happy dogs and cats and horses and birds and bunnies. Ain't no cell signal for miles. When you get there, what you have in your pocket is a camera that tells you the time. If you're lucky.
And that's the sort of situation that calls for the Venture 5W Bluetooth Speaker and 2-Way Radio. When you're out communing with nature, you occasionally have to commune with your fellow humans. *radio static* "You guys about ready for lunch over there?" The Venture can be connected with other Ventures and even other existing walkie-talkies, and it broadcasts over the UHF frequency FRS. Plus, it's a Bluetooth® speaker, which means you can take hands-free calls with it (provided you have a signal) or blast your favorite tunes for all of nature to hear. With a 3600mAh battery, the Venture will let you hum along for up to 12 hours on a single charge. And it recharges via micro-USB once you get back to civilization.