Fast setup w/extension pole. Signal can be split without additional amplification. Reception is acceptable even w/buildings blocking direct line of sight and attic or indoor installation. Good warranty.
Some reports of poor reception at less than 50 miles. A few users feel the construction and mounting hardware are flimsy.
Sturdy, quality construction. Good reception, even in hilly areas. Works well with or without a preamplifier. Strong signal, even when a splitter is used.
Some feel it doesn’t pick up UHF stations clearly enough. Directional antenna means some users must buy a 2nd antenna to aim at towers in the opposite direction.
Stands out for its ability to pick up stations up to 150 miles away and deliver good reception in most areas. Wireless remote is handy. Setup is easy.
The build isn't very durable, and any slight damage results in reduced range and reception. Sensitive to mildly windy conditions, also resulting in reception interference.
Lightweight and easy to install. Unit can be partially disassembled to fit tight access hatches like the attic. Holds up well in heavy weather. Reception is good even without amplifier; range of 50+ miles.
No mast included. Some users are disappointed w/reception.
Simple to assemble w/an attractive form factor. Reception within 70-mile range. Some users found it works well even installed in the attic. Holds up well in snow, rain, wind.
Antenna is not omnidirectional and must be aimed at towers. Signal booster must be purchased separately. Some signal breakup during rainstorms.
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