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High Gain Digital TV Ariel £29.99 @ Maplin

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Reduced to just £29.99 until 22nd Jan...

Tri-Fold 83-Element High-Gain Digital TV Aerial

Manufacturer: Nikkai

Suitable for receiving analogue or digital TV signals in all areas
Ideal for weak signal areas by limiting picture ghosting or picture break-up
Universal wideband aerial
3 extendable arms for easy installation
Loft or external mounting
Supplied with clamp for vertical or horizontal polarity
F-socket for aerial cable
Robust lightweight design
Multi-element directors give excellent forward gain and bandwidth
Rear deflector provides high protection from unwanted signals
Fold into place with no time placing individual elements on the beam

With a unique design, this aerial is much simpler to install than a traditional aerial, no elements to fix on, just unpack and install.
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Changed link to go direct to product & added pic. Thanks for post Think! :)
#3
Don't forget quidco @ 3%
#4
go to grax.co.uk they are miles cheaper, trade only but counters accept cash buyers
#5
I brought one of these yesterday.

It really does not work. I'm no expert so I would like to hear otherwise.

The build quality is rubbish, the device looks far better in the picture.

Save your money or look elsewhere.

B&Q have some for £34 (out of stock in my local) so I am now searching for something else to buy.

Argos sell them but 80 odd quid
#6
These are not good.....I purchased one and had constant picture breakup on freeview. They are an almost identical but far inferior copy of the excellent Televes DAT 75 of which I subsequently acquired and have had no problems with whatsoever.
#7
So whats the best areil to buy for a freeview signal?
I have bad reception in my area and would love to make use of my DVB on my tv but i get lots of beautiful pixals and not much else.
Glad someone had tried this maplin one as i was looking at giving it a go, being a woman getting on the roof will be a challenge to do once so glad for the review to save having to take it back down.
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katya1971
So whats the best areil to buy for a freeview signal?
I have bad reception in my area and would love to make use of my DVB on my tv but i get lots of beautiful pixals and not much else.
Glad someone had tried this maplin one as i was looking at giving it a go, being a woman getting on the roof will be a challenge to do once so glad for the review to save having to take it back down.


I live on the south coast around Chichester in a fringe reception area. After testing quite a few aerials (and lots of trawling through Google), I find that the Televes beats everything else hands down for digital reception. There are two types that perform best, the televes 45 at around £31 and the Televes 75 at around £45. Admittedly, they are not the prettiest things to look at but they totally trounce the opposition. You can also buy the mastamp accessory , the 5050, which increases the aerial gain even more.... cheapest supplier seems to be .....http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Products/MXDAT75.html

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