- Size (LWH): 8 inches, 6.2 inches, 3.8 inches
- Weight: 1.2 pounds
weBoost Drive 4G-X Cell Phone Signal Booster for Car, Truck, and RV Use – Enhance Your Signal up to 32x. Can Cover up to 4 Devices.
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- WEBOOST'S MOST POWERFUL VEHICLE BOOSTER - Stronger signal on the road.
- BOOSTS CELL SIGNALS UP TO 32X - Enhances 4G LTE and 3G signals for everyone in the vehicle (car, truck, van or RV).
- BETTER VOICE AND DATA - Get fewer dropped calls, better voice quality, faster uploads and downloads.
- COMPATIBLE WITH ALL US NETWORKS - Works on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Straight Talk and more.
- QUICK, EASY SETUP - Do-it-yourself installation.
- PERFORMANCE GUARANTEED - Manufacturer 2-year warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee.
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How The Drive 4G-X Works:
1. How Does The Drive 4G-X Work?
The Drive 4G-X is easy to setup.
2. Recieves Signal
The Drive 4G-X booster reaches out to the cell tower to access usable voice and data signals.
3. Boosts Signal
The Drive 4G-X booster receives the outside signal, amplifies it, and sends it to the inside antenna.
4. Expands Signal
The inside antenna broadcasts the boosted signal to cellular devices inside the vehicle.
|Drive 4G-X||Drive 4G-S||Drive 4G-M||Drive 4G-X OTR||RV 4G|
|Coverage||Multiple Devices||Single-User Device||Multiple Devices||Multiple Devices||Multiple Devices|
|Allows Max Range from Cell Tower||✓||✓|
|Max dB Gain||+50 dB||+23 dB||+50 dB||+50 dB||+60 dB|
|Boosts Voice & Text||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Boosts 4G/LTE & 3G Data||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Outside Antenna Type||Mini Magnet Mount||Mini Magnet Mount||Mini Magnet Mount||4G-OTR Mirror Mount||Directional Panel|
|Inside Antenna Type||Slim Low Profile||Cradle||Slim Low Profile||Slim Low Profile||Desktop|
|Compatible with all U.S. and Canada Carriers||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Compatible with all cellular devices||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Using GPS or making a call, the weBoost Drive 4G-X Cellular Signal Booster provides a stronger signal on the road and a 60% larger service range than other boosters out there.
Hills, trees and distance from the signal source all affect call quality not to mention streaming services and GPS systems.
The Drive 4G-X is your answer to all those times you've lost connection on the road. It offers stronger cellular connections by operating with the maximum output power allowed under current FCC regulations, extending your service range up to 60 percent farther than other boosters on the market.
Drive 4G-X substantially improves your cellular signal strength on all cellular-connected devices in your vehicle including smartphones, tablets and laptops
Top Customer Reviews
The other, related, but less significant issue is the heat coming off the booster. When running on the 12v DC cord the heat coming off the booster measures 98 deg.. When running on 120v AC, the heat measures 125 deg. and customer service admitted it can run as high as 150 deg., though they claim it will not damage the booster. 150 deg. is too hot to touch so you would want to be careful where you mount it so it doesn't touch flammable materials.
I will give Wilson's customer service dept. credit for their quality of service. They answer fairly quickly(1-3 min), they speak clear English, they seem to be fairly knowledgeable about the products and they do seem eager to help. They offered to send me a 12v DC cord that does not reduce the voltage down to 6v. which should solve my slow internet problem, but I will still have a very hot unit with 12v going into it. Reducing the input power form 12v to 6v drastically reduces the performance of the booster. These differences are significant and should be made clear to prospective customers. In my four conversations with customer service prior to purchasing the unit, the difference in performance between 12v and 120v power sources was not mentioned.
The booster appears to made of die cast metal and is very sturdy. When I first set it up, I was not getting all four green lights and learned from a follow-up call to customer service that you need to keep the inside antenna away from windows which causes the inside and outside antennas to compete and cause feedback that reduces effectiveness.
I'm now satisfied with the booster but there were some problems that had to be overcome.
So then they tell me that a new cellular exterior antenna has just been released for semi's and RVs. It is the 4G-OTR Antenna (Truck Edition). Priced is steep at $99.00, but I need maximum coverage when parked. I ordered one from Wilson and received it within 2 days. This thing is LONG, 19" without the mount bracket, so I cannot mount it on the roof of my RV, it would clip the first bridge I went under. And, it must be mounted vertically to work correctly. I personally think it is too ugly to hang off the side of my RV to eliminate the height issue.
I need this when I am parked, not driving. So I find this pesky tv antenna on my roof that has never been used........
I used a piece of 1.25" aluminum L and built a small mount that mounted to my crank-up antenna frame. When the antenna is raised, the cellular antenna is perfectly parallel. When the antenna is lowered for travel, the cellular antenna sits parallel to my roof. This works like a charm now, my signal went from -121 DB to -79 DB in the coach!
Also, you literally have to sandwich your phone(s) to the antenna or it will not pick much extra signal. It's a little bit annoying as my cat likes to jump around and my phone will slide off the antenna. It would be smarter if it had a design that was shaped more like a box so you could stick phone(s) in it. Because I am not kidding, I can sit my phone next to it and I get 3 bars. I gracefully mount it (har har) with my phone and get 4. I guess velcro or a rubber band is an option? It just seems so archaic for such an expensive piece of equipment.
Overall, I feel very "meh" about this product. It kinda works, it's nothing fantastic like I was hoping it would be. Definitely not worth the almost $500 I spent on it.