"This loft aerial holder does exactly what it says it does. Easy to use, easy instructions, job done, excellent results - even when used with the Labgear 48 element aerial (which is a monster size thing) Bonus!"
"Bought one of these a few months ago and very foolishly used it outdoors. The wall fixing was sound but the actual material the mount is made of is too flimsy too withstand outdoor use in a windy location. If I had used it in the loft I'm sure it would have warranted five stars in all areas."
"This made installing the aerial in the loft easy but due to the size of aerial I bought I had to mount it on the support beams for the water header tank. The pole was too short to enable me to fix it to a cross rafter so I used these beams and a strap of wood to lift it up clear of the flooring. If pole was 6inches longer would be better"
"This kit is a great way to easily mount an aerial in a loft. - Well made - Easy to install - no more tying an aerial between trusses with cord/rope!! - Versatile fixing: horizontal (joist) or vertical (roof truss) - Great value for money Would happily recommend to anyone"
"Good idea and did the job but could do with adaptation. If you use a large high gain arial the pole needs to be longer for ceiling joist mounting. if mounted on a rafter the securing bracket needs to be more adjustable. However with a bit of adjusting of the arial bracket and mounting pole it did the job fine"
"Everything going for this product: cheap and flexible mounting allowing you to mount your aerial in multiple positions.
Now here is the rub; it depends on the size of the rear reflectors. If they are larger than the length of the mounting pole you cannot mount on a flat bed on the horizontal - very important in limited space - I am you sure will agree.
We will pay an extra 70p-90p to cut of a bit of ally if needs be....much better than paying out for something that needs modifying before use."
"Whist this loft fixing kit is exactly as described the pole is a bit short when using a high gain aerial as the vertical elements of the aerial are as long as the pole so I had to improvise to extend the pole length to be able to install the aerial in the desired location."
"Simple to use, not hugely robust but for use in loft as intended I see no problems. I have used out doors in sheltered position. Corrosion in that situation may be a worry as would be strong winds, but has lasted longer than I expected for a temporary lash up - even with a 48 Ele Tv antenna fitted outdoors."
"Simple product which just about does the job. However, it should be supplied with a longer pole to cope with both the large reflectors on modern aerials and the thickness of insulation in the loft. Also, plastic cap didn't seem to fit (so it went into the bin)."