What’s so special about the Winegard FlatWave Air?

It’s the little antenna that packs a big punch. The Winegard FlatWave Air uses HD-BLADE technology to give you an outdoor antenna that’s small, easy to install, and picks up both UHF and VHF signals from an amazing 60 miles away! But what makes it so different?

Unlike other small antennas, the Flatwave Air was built with VHF in mind. See, back in 2009 when the digital TV transition happened, we all though VHF was done. Unfortunately though, most TV markets still have at least one VHF station. That makes it hard to use one of those fancy new compact antennas. In many cases you’re stuck with an old-style Yagi antenna that looks like it came from 1955.

The Flatwave Air uses the same technology in our award-winning HD-BLADE to deliver VHF reception from the most-used TV frequencies, and that makes it the complete package. Unlike other compact antenna, its built-in reflector doubles its power by using both the front and the back of the antenna, and its super-power, low-noise Boost amplifier technology makes the most of really distant signals.

Whether you’re a homeowner who wants a sleek looking antenna or an apartment dweller looking for a small outdoor antenna that doesn’t break the rules, the FlatWave Air delivers. It’s not the least expensive antenna out there but folks, you get what you pay for. The FlatWave Air gives you power that’s easy to install and won’t break condo board rules!

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Stuart Sweet
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