Pros: Sturdy, small, and not too hard to put together. The size and advertised UHF/VHF gain were why I bought it.
Cons: Works great with VHF but not so much with UHF. I bought it because it's supposed to do both, so that's disappointing. Also, mine was missing the U-Bolt for mast mounting. It has the mount and even the nuts, but no U-Bolt. A trip to the hardware store took care of that, but it should have been there and I shouldn't have had to make a trip to town for it.
Other Thoughts: The instructions leave something to be desired, but if you look closely at the photo on the manufacturers website or the one here on newegg, you'll figure it out quickly enough. It was pretty easy to put together, but they should really include a photo with their drawings.
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Pros: High gain, good sturdy quality, somewhat attractive looking.
Cons: No cons here, this antenna picks up stations I am theoretically out of range to receive.
Other Thoughts: Before you purchase an antenna, visit antennaweb.org and do a little homework, enter your address to find out what stations are actually broadcasting in your area. Also, this site gives you frequencies which is super helpful in deciding which antenna you actually need.
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