Maxview Max-Dome Fully Automatic Satellite System

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  1. sean n maggie

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    want to get one of these fitted, does anyone know a place in leeds that can fit it please ? :Sad:
    Maxview Max-Dome Fully Automatic Satellite System
     
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    I had mine fitted by Rhino installs a mobile company In the north west I would highly recommend an excellent firm to deal with.
     
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    any contact details please ?
     
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    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Roadpro [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]"Camos" Static Satellite....any good ?
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    Telephone numbers 08452697902 mobile 07917138561 :Smile:
    They also have a website which I think is www.rhinoinstalls.co.uk:Smile:
    Hope you get sorted:thumb:
     
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    We have had a Camos 40 static for about 4 years which came from Roadpro and was fitted by Dave Newell. The Roadpro badged version is the latest incarnation. It has worked very well for us although I am not expecting to get UK FTA stations much further south than Central France since the Astra2 changes at the beginning of this year.
     
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    This is the very reason I have decided not to re-fit my Maxview 007 dome (since it's expensive rebuild). Most of my time in the van is spent further afield now and I know it does not pick up much now past mid France. Before the satellite changes I could pick up in northern Spain with ease.
    However, if I were to spend more time in the Uk I would not hesitate in fitting it. :thumb:
     
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    PRODUCT CODE: MXL003 SEEKER WIRELESS FULLY AUTOMATIC SATELLITE SYSTEM £2000 + vat getting it fitted in 2 weeks,,,,85cm dish......:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Perhaps check the retail price? :winky:

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    Don't know what the "wireless" bit of your Maxview description is, but that seems very expensive. Jacksons fitted a Mecatronic 85cm automatic dish for me, at my home, for around £1600 last year. Very fine job done, and an excellent product, though not tried abroad yet (two weeks!)

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    have checked it and comes up at £2095 ,,thats from maxiview direct , without fitting,,,but i cant fit myself so guess i have to pay......:Sad:
     
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    rhino installs,,,,,same price £2200 fitted.....
     
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    :winky: £2000 plus VAT is ......£2400!

    Hence my suggestion to check the price.

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    The price of this system is £2099.00
    Standard installation charge to the one main T.V point @ £240.00
    Installation charge to additional T.V points @ TBA
    Overnight Camping at Cornish Farm Touring Park whilst the work is carried out @ Included
    For any additional questions or for further information please get in contact with one of our Team.


    will cost me in fuel from leeds to there and back so still better off at 2400.00:Sad:
     
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    Actually I wasn't "touting" as I much prefer the Oyster systems.

    However, £2099 less your exclusive "Funsters discount" is £1889.00:winky:

    I simply thought that £2K plus VAT seemed too much money.

    Personally I would go for a dome, KVH or Megasat and save hundreds of pounds.

    Useable in high winds and when it's there's thunder and lightening around, when the weather is crap and your likely to want to sit in the van and watch TV. :shout:

    At Hurst View over Easter, my friends Jeff and Susy had to park their Kathrien as we were getting 80MPH gusts of wind! We all ended up in our motorhome watching TV KVH R4 circa £1500 Kathrein Cap 910 circa £2300

    Always lots to think about before parting with your money, especially satellite TV :thumb:

    Good luck :Smile:

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