UHF TV Signal Finder...great buy

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  1. Rocles

    Rocles Funster

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    Just bought one of these from Fringe Electronics at -

    [ame="http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001KOZOCY/"]THIS PAGE[/ame]

    Its fantastic....just plug in to your Freeview antenna plug from aerial, and turn the aerial till you get three green lights. I'm onsite in York, and within 60 seconds had Freeview up and running. Found 63 channels...how many do you need :Laughing:

    Highly recommended at 30 quid plus postage...came next day delivery, superb service.

    Les
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    So why not the one your link points to at a tenner ?

    Labgear is a make of good repute.
     
  3. Rocles

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    Good point...but it wasn't there when I bought this one:Doh:
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    I like that :) I thought it was only me that did that sort of thing.

    Do you do that in supermarkets ? "Ah only two people there". So you get in the queue then you find the old dear in front has bought enough cat food for a pride of lions and she's paying for it with penny coins. You look round, all the other checkouts are now empty but pride dictates that you can't admit defeat and skulk along to the next one.

    The reason you won't risk you pride is because last time you jumped queues you got behind this nice old gentleman with one can of beer and a packet of cigarettes who finds he can't remember his PIN number and has to phone a friend to unlock his house and find the piece of paper with PIN number written on it.

    Good game.
     
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    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    We do a similiar type. £29.36
     

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    Rocles is aUHF, not a digital or Sat finder. will one work for the other. If not what happens when uhf goes dead as it does in the north this November. Will it still work for digital.
     
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