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  1. Jo662

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    Im thinking of changing my Roadpro Dome for an Oyster Vision 3 twin LND dish!
    Also has any one got the combined tv and internet Oyster dish?
    Has anyone got any feedback on the Oyster system and with using Jackson Saterlite?
     
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    Used Jacksons in May really good service and excellent job
     
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    Thats good to hear,thank you!(n)
     
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    I used to have an oyster but now have a road pro dome so I can watch TV in the windy weather :)
     
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    I know what you mean mate.On our last Motorhome we had a Crystop dish,and
    had to drop it down in windy weather.But it did work quiet a way down into France,
    and that was a 65cm dish!
    You cant have everything:confused:
     
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    Oyster Cytrac, never dropped it yet due to high winds, and we get a few up here.(y)
     
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    I've got the oyster dish with satellite internet. Had it installed by @eddievanbitz First class dish and first class fitting service. Internet is very reliable but is often only as fast as a snail with a dry ar*e
     
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    @Jo662 Used Jackson Satellite in May the travelled down to my home fitted the kit did a great job at a very good price and took lots of trouble to make sure I got what I needed works a treat I would certainly recommend them(y)(y)(y)
     
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    That's great to hear thank you!(y)
     
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    Thats strange a chap parked next to me yesterday asked questions about my dome as he was having problems with his Oyster in windy weather.
     
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    Domes are good in windy weather but you are limited by size of dish ok in UK but when going to southern areas of France and Spain not good.
     
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