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Any comments would be appreciated

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Well worth the expense. Happy wife happy life.

 

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If you are a sports fan or have a must have program no matter where you are - Maybe worth the expence, Our Winegard Arial with booster gets ABC = local Prime most areas. We usually free camp withing 5klm of towns - rarely when TV not available AM Radio is acceptable.

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As woolman said smile



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geoff wood wrote:

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 Well worth having. After much research I bought a Satking Promax for my travels. Just park where you want, press the "Go" button and by the time you've got your first beer from the fridge you'll have over 100 TV channels to choose from. Takes a bit to learn what direction signal comes from and park so no trees are in the way. Go for it! Cheers

 

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