1byone 0.7 mm Paper Thin HDTV Aerial with Excellent Performance for Digital Freeview and Analog TV Signals, VHF / UHF / FM, Window Aerial, Soft Design £11.89 (Prime) / £15.88 (non Prime) @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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1byone 0.7 mm Paper Thin HDTV Aerial with Excellent Performance for Digital Freeview and Analog TV Signals, VHF / UHF / FM, Window Aerial, Soft Design £11.89 (Prime) / £15.88 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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Product Description Tired of paying cable and Satellite Company just to watch your favorite broadcast network shows? With the 1byone aerial you no longer have to pay high monthly cable or satellite b… Read More
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10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago
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Tired of paying cable and Satellite Company just to watch your favorite broadcast network shows? With the 1byone aerial you no longer have to pay high monthly cable or satellite bills to enjoy your favorite shows.
The aerial can pull in all of your local news, weather, sitcoms, kids and sports programming with NO monthly contract or bills. Just plug it in and connect to your television and let the aerial do all the work. Watch your favorite broadcast network shows and more all for FREE!
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10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago
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2 Likes #1
What is that barely-English description about. This is your bog-standard TV aerial, not some magic Sky TV viewing device. I've got one, they work very well (though I'm in a top floor flat).
1 Like #2
I managed to get the 0.5mm clear version from eBay for £10 and it is excellent - by far the best indoor aerial I have ever purchased.
1 Like #3
These are great, no other aerial works in our house apart from this
3 Likes #4
Anyone remember this? Same old crap.

http://milk.com/wall-o-shame/dish.jpg
#5
gbmcginty
What is that barely-English description about. This is your bog-standard TV aerial, not some magic Sky TV viewing device. I've got one, they work very well (though I'm in a top floor flat).

"Are you tired of paying companies to deliver TV through a magic box? Did you know that TV is also broadcast over the air waves? The future is now!"

Probably more intended for the US where cable is ubiquitous.
#6
Probably ok if you live in a decent signal strength area in which case most decent indoor aerials should work. As TV aerials are directional (ie you point it at the transmitter) then if your window / room happens to be in the direction of the transmitter you stand a chance of success, those that live at 45degree angle from the transmitter probably have much less chance of success.

If you can find space to hide it away, one of these uglier looking indoor antennas will most likely work better. Of course a roof top is the best.

Edited By: spannerzone on Aug 15, 2016 15:11
#7
dheydl
Anyone remember this? Same old crap.

http://milk.com/wall-o-shame/dish.jpg



Wasn't that in America?
#8
Well I am sure analogue TV is no longer transmitted in the UK and whilst Freeview is free you still need a TV licence so I guess not strictly free to watch. As others have said it is just an indoor aerial to pick up Freeview should you be able to get a decent signal.
#10
Tib-Z
I managed to get the 0.5mm clear version from eBay for £10 and it is excellent - by far the best indoor aerial I have ever purchased.


Does it have a signal booster? What strength if so?

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