"This is a simple and easy Aerial to fit. Instructions easy to follow, assembly in minutes and simple to fit. Really good picture quality on TV even although I had no accurate way of detecting which way to point it. Fitted in Loft and was surprised at how good the signal quality is."
"This aerial was installed in a very weak K band area and it did the job extremely well, taking us from 12 pixelating digital channels to 98 perfectly clear channels. Excellent price for a high performance aerial, highly recommended."
"A reasonably priced aerial. I located this in my loft, as a replacement for an old analogue aerial. Easy to build, and once up and running a massive improvement. Would highly recommend this product. I marked the features down, because it's an aerial!"
"I put this in the loft to run a freeview box. It works perfectly and it is very stable and at half price a real bargain. Tip down load an app for aerial direction and use to set it up, saves a lot of running up and down to see which way a neighbour's is pointing."
"This aerial was easy to set up and provided a clear as crystal picture first time of asking. Since it was to be positioned on top of an extension and not the main roof I was worried I might not get a great reception but i do. Very happy."
"Had a lot of trouble with loss of picture and pixelation of picture as I live in a fringe reception area problems are now almost completely cured. Reliability not known as has only been installed for a short time."
"We live in an area where virtually everyone has sky due to the poor digital signal. We use this without a booster and get the full range of freeview channels in good quality so have been very pleased with it. Installed in the loft so i could do it myself without venturing onto the roof and to prolong it's life as we live near the sea and the salt accelerates corrosion."
"Had this aerial up for three years on my roof on the east coast sea front , it has been bombarded with strong winds, salt spray, fog and rain, pigeons and seagulls trying to land on it. So whoever said it would not last outside doesn't have a clue. It's a great aerial with great reception. I was going to buy another for my new property but at double the price I paid I am going for the cheaper Labgear £14.99 one as it's going in the loft."
"Would not like to see this fitted outside - just don't believe it would last - not watertight. However - fitted in the loft and all channels received. Aimed roughly in direction old aerial was pointing and received 96% signal . . . Sorted :-)"
"Have used their aerial gear before and this aerial is an excellent example of their products. Good build quality and easy to use. would recommend this aerial for all signal strengths but be prepared to use an attenuator if used in an excellent signal area as the forward gain is quite good. The use of 3 arrays increase your reception opportunity exponentionally."
"Bought this aerial to replace an existing unit which was giving erratic and blocky pictures on a number of digital channels (including Dave!) as we are located in a dip, behind trees on the edge of a transmission area. Initially the results were worse than the original aerial which was routed through a number of boosters so took the plunge and replaced the full cable run with digital grade coax - excellent quality on all channels now with no additional boost. Would highly recommend along with new cable feed."
"Great Reception - Easy to Fit I bought when "Deal of the Day" a little cheaper than the usual discounted price, and significantly less than elsewhere. Comes in a large flat box in a collapsed form with the two reflectors and receiver tie-wrapped to the centre section. Centre sections are collapsed. Constructions is really easy (different to the instructions posted on Screwfix as of Oct 2013), the centre section expands and locks in place with plastic turn-locks. Receiver is held bay a captive bolt, and the reflectors by clamping using W shaped brackets (these as in the instructions). In my example there was an F connector included though it does say that it is not. The mount at the back is OK but was the most fiddly part to fix on. I put this in the loft. We are right on the edge of the reception area and due to the size and mounting restrictions it isn't pointing in the exact direction. Even so the reception is great and we get all Freeview and Freeview HD channels no problem. That is better than our previous external aerial that missed out a good few channels completely and had poor reception during most daytimes on others (blocky effect). I have had to enter a rating for reliability. I have had this only a few weeks but I would expect it to last for years. Difficult to rate in that case. Looks like it will be fine and no obvious weaknesses so I have given a 5* Overall this exceeded my expectations and I would use again."