Getting a usable TV signal in a caravan is becoming harder. You can watch a hazy analogue picture and tolerate it but if a digital signal isn’t strong enough, you’ll get nothing at all. Satellite is one solution, but a good quality aerial is even simpler.

Maxview’s High Gain TV aerial and Jockey Wheel Mast gives you what you need to succeed – a good aerial and plenty of height. The aerial is not very attractive, but combined with the mast, which clamps rigidly onto your jockey wheel for support, it is very effective. It knocks down for easy transport too.

Overview

Getting a usable TV signal in a caravan is becoming harder. You can watch a hazy analogue picture and tolerate it but if a digital signal isn’t strong enough, you’ll get nothing at all. Satellite is one solution, but a good quality aerial is even simpler.

Maxview’s High Gain TV aerial and Jockey Wheel Mast gives you what you need to succeed – a good aerial and plenty of height. The aerial is not very attractive, but combined with the mast, which clamps rigidly onto your jockey wheel for support, it is very effective. It knocks down for easy transport too.

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