L8STAR introduces StarVox walkie-talkie smartwatch

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Getting lost in the jungle is no fun at all, and any survival specialist would tell you that you would obviously need to have some sort of survival kit with you before you head out, and a walkie talkie would also come in handy. However, not all walkie talkie sets are created equal, which is why you might want to consider this innovative new smartwatch from the folks at L8STAR — the StarVox. The StarVox is certainly an innovation to consider if you do a whole lot of outdoor traveling and adventuring, since it intends to change the way you communicate on your trails.

The StarVox was specially made with outdoor enthusiasts in mind. You no longer need to tote around expensive as well as bulky radio equipment, or even to go through the risk of living with spotty phone connections in order to communicate. With StarVox wrapped around your wrist, you can enjoy safe and easy communication on a full-featured smartwatch with a built-in walkie-talkie.

It does not matter if you are hiking, mountain climbing, camping or exploring, StarVox will still be able to offer reliable communication and safer adventures. All that it takes to talk to another person would be a simple push, and it has an operational range of 2km — ensuring that staying in touch is a cinch. You also do not need to fiddle around with complicated settings as well as difficult tuning procedures, since the range and sound quality happen to be excellent and will not be affected by mobile phone reception areas. Not only that, the StarVox comes with a unique and easy to use Group Chat function which will enable unlimited group chat without having to set it up. This is one great feature makes it useful for group events or to keep in touch with all family members simultaneously.

Right now, the StarVox is being introduced with special pricing and incentives on Kickstarter, where early birds can pick it up for just $59 a pop.

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