Road pro mini dome? (1 Viewer)

Teasy2007

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Does anyone have experience of this dome, eg is it ok for U.K?

Our tv aerial is very poor and we need a smallish dome for our Globecar.

Any advice greatfully received.

Ginny
 

Don Quixote

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Not long enough, but a little common sense helps..........
Ginny, friends of ours have it fitted and in the UK they are very happy with it. They get some channels as far down as edge of France.
 

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No I think it was fitted for them when they bought the van last year from new. I'm sure roadpro have a fitting service system around the UK
 

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I have a Roadpro mini dome, I fitted it myself. It only weighs about 3kg and needs one coax cable to make it work. I glued it to the roof using Sikaflex I had a hole already where an old satellite system had been fitted and it comes with the coax cable and a roof gland.
When you turn on your satellite receiver it powers the dome, it whirs for about 40 seconds and then you are tuned in, simple and easy as long as you have line of sight to the satellite.
 

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