Hitting the open road in a motorhome can be exciting, but the aesthetic may run off quickly for antsy children. Television is one way to keep kids occupied in an RV, but it can be difficult to find reception when traveling through the woods.
Winegard's Crank-Up Satellite Dish is one solution to lost reception in the great outdoors. The product comes with a "digital magic" feature that acts as an elevation sensor to position the antenna accurately. Even when a motorhome is not leveled on rough terrain, the sensor will place the dish within two degrees of the proper direction.
"With the exception of when I'm blocked by trees ...I love it!" wrote one Camping World customer. "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."
The antenna is also simple to install, even for RV travelers who are inexperienced with advanced technology. A hand crank can be wound to rotate and lower the dish to the perfect angle. Within minutes, owners can begin viewing their favorite shows from the comfort of their motorhome.