Nigel Donnelly

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Packing your kit to get a telly signal can take up a lot of space, but Green Tie Innovations is doing its bit to save space.

Packing your kit to get a telly signal can take up a lot of space, but Green Tie Innovations is doing its bit to save space.

GTI's WF100 easy reel keeps 25m of high-quality coaxial TV cable neatly stowed when not in use. It's fitted with good quality connectors on either end to maximise signal quality when connecting to a TV point on a site hook-up bollard. It comes fitted with standard aerial connectors but comes with clip-on F-connectors so it can be used to connect a satellite dish as well as a regular TV socket.   

The WF100 costs £27 plus postage, which is expensive, but GTI claims the cable quality equates to better picture quality and possibly even more channels available than using cheaper materials. 

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