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Labgear 18-Element High Gain Aerial £5.00 @ Screwfix

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banned2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
Click n' Collect. Stock Clearance product.

Wideband, UHF aerial.
Suitable for medium to strong signal strength areas.
15dBi High Gain
F-Type Connection
Fast & Simple Assembly
Compact
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#1
Screwfit load of bulldhit!
1 Like #2
seen a lot worse, paid a lot more - hot!
1 Like #3
terminata
Screwfit load of bulldhit!

What are you going on about?
#4
Do you get the fixing pole with it? The website isn't particularly clear.
1 Like #5
no it doesn't, you have to buy the pole separately
#6
If you are going to the effort of climbing onto your roof to fit an aerial, you might as well buy something that will last.

And buy a grouped antenna, not these wideband things.



Heat for what it is though.
#7
If you live in a giant house that forces you to risk your life getting to roof don't buy this.
If you and all your neighbours struggle to get good reception with a variety of aerials don't buy this.

If like me you can see the transmitter in the distance, live in a small house, and the wind is so fierce you TV aeriel gets ripped off it's mounting every year this is perfect. Why spend £60 on an aerial that might stay up when I just have to do an extended roof inspection for a fiver? Long live screwfix.

Just for you guide, I bought it for £5 a year ago and was classed as clearance as well back then.
1 Like #8
pedrothefish
no it doesn't, you have to buy the pole separately

No unfortunately you don't. Found out the hard way.
#9
horsey
If you are going to the effort of climbing onto your roof to fit an aerial, you might as well buy something that will last.

And buy a grouped antenna, not these wideband things.



Heat for what it is though.
I agree if your transmitter is "grouped" . Hereabouts the digital muxes are spread from Channel 21 (the lowestfrequency) to the low fiftes. The most common aerial around here is now the log periodic variety as this gives a fairly flat gain . The Wideband type has a significant fall off at the lower channel numbers - our main HD channels are on C21!

Screwfix offer a basic log periodic for £7.50 . What is required will depend on ones distance from and local topography in the direction of the transmitter.

Edited By: Leadbeter on Jul 01, 2014 19:59

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