Simplify satellite dish set-up
The Winegard Manual Dish with Digital Magic may make finding a satellite signal while RVing quick and easy. An interior hand crank inside the RV raises, rotates and lowers the antenna.
The antenna assembly is compact enough for almost any RV, with a 30 inch height when raised and an eight inch height for travel. The installed weight is only 13 pounds.
The product also features a galvanized steel dish and aluminum folding feed arm and mount.
Once parked, the LCD readout inside the vehicle shows the exact elevation of the dish within two degrees, even if the vehicle is not parked level.
Satellite receiver and monthly program packages sold separately.
Wrote one Camping World reviewer who gave this satellite dish a five-star rating, "I love it! It's easy to set up, especially if you're by yourself. All you have to do is turn on your TV and receiver, input the local zip code and go from there. Normally, it takes me about two minutes to be up and running."
This easy-to-use system may be especially helpful for RVers who are anxious to sit back and relax after a long day of travel.