"Had to order for next day collection, would have been better if kept in stock, but apart from that was fairly easy to use and instruction manual easy to understand. Certainly a lot better than one's used previously which only had indication LED's and not as accurate. Not had the unit long and only used it twice so far so cant comment on reliability yet."
"Put my dish up set it same as next doors no signal. After messing about with moving the dish and getting nowhere fast bought this meter. Took 5 mins to set up. Impressed. Not given 5 * on all because you need to buy a link lead and the is no way to reduce the signal strength on the meter. Meter is easy to use and does what it says."
"Bought this today after last nights storms moved dish. This is the second time in the last 6 months and the last episode cost us about £70 for Sky Engineer to come out and then it took several days. This product is very easy to use, instructions easy to follow and in less than 15 minutes Sky up and running again. I would highly recommend this product if you don't mind climbing a few runs of a ladder to fix the problem yourself."
"We managed to hit the satellite dish at the side of the house when moving some shed panels, resulting in loss of picture. Picked this up in Screwfix, took it home, read the instructions, put together a short cable with coaxial and 2 F connectors, connected it to the dish, few adjustments vertically and then horizontally and picture was back to perfect HD sharpness with no distortion or breaking-up at all! The meter makes an audible tone so you can take your eyes off it while making adjustments to the dish. Good value for money and saved an engineer calling out."
"This worked a treat and saved me £60 on sky charges. Beware there are many signals out there and it really does take a bit of fine tweaking to get the right one. Google moving the dish if you're not sure and remember you need a short satellite cable as this doesn't come with it. You can buy it from screwfix for a few quid."
"I've just installed sky in my workshop and thought it would be a simple matter of pointing the sat dish in the general direction of the neighbouring dishes, how wrong was i! The orientation of the dish is critical and without this little gizmo you probably wont find a signal. Unlike tv aerials, if the dish isn't spot on you will get zero signal. The Finder is straightforward to use although i found the audible beep just an annoyance and unnecessary. An absolute must buy for sat installation."
"I dont usually do reviews but i have to say this works perfectly. 15 mins of tweaking and job done, perfect alignment. start by pointing the dish the same way as the neighbours and then fine tune with this. Not the clearest instructions but it is common sense and really easy to use, A bargain at the price. would cost at least 40 quid to get someone out to do it so it has paid for itself first time. Its not worth not having one."
"Removed my freeview satellite to paint the wall thought i had remembered correct position unfortunately this was not the case. Searched online for a product this came up on screw fix site.Read a few reviews and as result purchased it.Took it out of the box followed instructions and dish was set up within 10 mins.Good product easy to use and value for money."
"Works great and allowed me to fine tune my dish to achieve a very good satellite signal. Better than the previous sky installers.
My dish is very exposed and after a year or so i have to get sky out to realign my dish. This gets a bit costly and I decided to do it myself and save £35 to £50 a visit Sky charge. I bought this meter as I could pick it up immediately and get my tv working straight away.
I would recommended googling how to use this type of meter before use. After watching a couple of videos I knew what I needed to do and had the job done in 10 minutes. I seen a couple of reviewers saying the device didn't work, but I suspect they didn't know how to use it properly.
My only complaint is that you need to make up your own short lead with two f type plugs and a bit of coaxel cable. Lucky I had these lying around and it's not a big issue."