PriceWaiter Deal of the Week: Outdoor UHF TV Antenna

People who live in rural communities are sometimes told that they can’t cut the cord. The reason: they live too far from their community’s TV towers to receive the signal with a TV antenna. In most cases, that’s not true, though. Grabbing free TV signals is often a matter of having the right TV antenna. For rural folks who want to watch many of the TV channels in their community, Solid Signal has the ideal TV antenna.

Solid Signal is excited to tell you about this amazing TV antenna. The more important feature is its eight-bay bowtie design. This allows this aerial to receive UHF (channels 14-51) from as far away as 60 miles. It picks up these signals in a 60-degree directional cone, which helps it receive more stations than similar antennas with a smaller directional range. Its large reflector helps reduce interference with an 18dB front-to-back ratio. It also features a 100-75 Ohm converter that allows for a standard coax attachment.

When most people think of outdoor TV antennas, they think of big antennas. Actually, many might even picture huge antennas hovering over homes like a triangular spacecraft. In the case of this antenna, you get powerful reception without the huge size. This antenna is 44” x 33” size meets most homeowners association (HOA) guidelines. Most people attach this antenna to their awning using a J-mount (not included).

This outdoor UHF antenna comes with these features:

  • Bandwidth: 174 to 216 and 470 to 700 MHz
  • Front to Back Ratio: 18dB, which reduces interference
  • Impedance: 75 Ohm
  • Mounting Clamp: U-bolt up to 2″
  • Turning Radius: 2 ft.
  • Output Connector: F-type standard coax connection

Although this antenna is marketed as a UHF antenna, it does have the possibility of picking up some high VHF channels. That’s channels 7-13, for those who are wondering. Keep in mind, this is not a guarantee that you’ll get much or all of these channels. It largely depends upon how close those VHF transmitters are to your home. If you live within 20 miles of these TV towers, there’s a good chance you’ll receive some high VHF stations along with a wide variety of UHF stations.

Save Big on this UHF TV Antenna

You probably want to know who manufacturers this useful TV antenna. We can tell you that it’s a company known for making quality antennas and other products for cord-cutters. There’s another reason we won’t tell you who makes it: we want you to save money on it. The manufacturer requires that we advertise this antenna at its suggested retail price, but we have a way to help you save even more.

Solid Signal has partnered with PriceWaiter. It’s the latest online bidding program that lets you name your price on this bowtie antenna. If we like your bid, we’ll accept it and you’ll save money! To do this, you first need to download the PriceWaiter app. To get it, just log onto the PriceWaiter app extension page and follow these seven easy steps:

  1. Download and install the app to your web browser.
  2. Click on this link to this outdoor UHF TV antenna.
  3. Find the red banner at the top of your screen.
  4. Accept the suggested bid, or make one of your own.
  5. Click “send.”
  6. We’ll let you know if your bid is accepted.
  7. If not, we’ll do our best to get you the most attractive deal possible.

We encourage you to use PriceWaiter because it’s the easiest way to get the best savings on nearly any item we carry. We encourage you to use it to get this UHF antenna. If you have any questions about this product, call us at 888-233-7563. So? Are you ready to cut the cord on cable TV and enjoy your free local TV channels? If so, place your bid on PriceWaiter today. Good luck!

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.