Savelaguasia 1byone 0.7 mm Paper Thin HDTV Aerial with Excellent Performance for Digital Freeview and Analog TV Signals, VHF/UHF/FM, Window Aerial, Soft Design:Savelaguasia
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1byone 0.7 mm Paper Thin HDTV Aerial with Excellent Performance for Digital Freeview and Analog TV Signals, VHF/UHF/FM, Window Aerial, Soft Design:Savelaguasia

1byone
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1byone Published in October 16, 2018, 6:10 am
 1byone 0.7 mm Paper Thin HDTV Aerial with Excellent Performance for Digital Freeview and Analog TV Signals, VHF/UHF/FM, Window Aerial, Soft Design:Savelaguasia

1byone 0.7 mm Paper Thin HDTV Aerial with Excellent Performance for Digital Freeview and Analog TV Signals, VHF/UHF/FM, Window Aerial, Soft Design:Savelaguasia

Price:£9.99+ Free shipping with Poncha2016 Prime

true review
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true review Reply to on 17 September 2017
Had it a few hours so far the product seems great. our old aerial is from the 90s in the attic and has just stopped getting a good signal, so this is delightful. I would rate it 10/10 at the moment, its feels so cheap and takes up hardly any room, It comes with a huge extension. I am very happy with it. I say it feels so cheap but it doesnt really matter. As when will I ever touch it? Never.

I noticed in one of the questions somebody mentions you need a spare usb port on your tv for this. Thats rubbish, it just plugs straight into the aerial port on your tv or freeview box. It doesnt require any power. Its seriously great for the price.
Hamster
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Hamster Reply to on 25 March 2018
I was in two minds about buying this as there seems to be a 50 50 split when you read the reviews between people who think its great and those who say its rubbish and have returned it - twice I changed my mind at checkout and decided not to buy it but on the third occasion I did and I have to say I am very glad I went for it - for £10 this is brilliant and works perfectly for me - I was even more sceptical when I opened it as it really did look very cheap and flimsy but I plugged it in (and it has a decent lengthy aerial lead) and it worked immediately displaying all the channels that had been available when I last tuned it using a normal house aerial.

HD channels are fine and I have had no issues despite having it in in a ground floor flat surrounded by other buildings - picture quality on my Sony Bravia TV is perfect and I would certainly recommend this to anybody.
Regular Amazon customer
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Regular Amazon customer Reply to on 4 October 2017
I attempted to install this product and it did sort of work, but intermittently. I have awarded five star as it was just the wrong internal Ariel for my location and interior mounting, so I returned it. It may suit other users.

However, purchased an external Ariel from same manufacturer and this was precisely what was needed and did the job perfectly.
Nicola Glennie
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Nicola Glennie Reply to on 29 January 2017
The reception and picture that it gives is not great. I only get ITV and ch4 with good pictures. It can't seem to find the rest. Using TV for YouTube at the moment unti I can find an aerial that is better. AFTER WRITING THIS REVIEW I HAVE BEEN CONTACTED BY THE COMPANY WHO ARE GIVING ME ANOTHER AERIAL FREE OF CHARGE !!! SO THAT IS WHY I AM CHANGING MY REVIEW !! Even if this aerial doesn't work I am amazed at the customer service and the help they have given me WITHOUT even asking ! Top marks I have since attached my new (FREE) aerial and it works perfectly. I am so happy, we have over 115 channels that all or most have a brilliantly clear picture
C Norris
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C Norris Reply to on 2 September 2016
When you have reception issues, buying an indoor aerial can be hit and miss, an aerial that works for one person in there area may not work for another in a different part of town. I've bought quite a few aerials in the pass to try and solve reception issues at my girlfriends place in south London with no luck.

I saw this on Amazon, read some reviews and for the price decided to take a chance.

Her reception issues were downstairs no EPG, numerous missing TV stations, picture break up and upstairs a few missing tv stations (Channel 4 network) and picture break up especially when a plane flew over head.

Bought this aerial, removed the existing powered indoor aerial connected to the tv upstairs, then rescanned and waited...the number of tv stations found increased and once the tv came on we had a perfect picture, all the Channel 4 network, a couple channels we didn't realise we were missing and no break up when a plane flew over.

I then took the aerial and connected it to the downstairs tv, again rescanned and all the EPG information appeared, along with some missing stations and no more signal break up.

Needles too say, I immediately ordered a second aerial and we have had no issues since. We didn't by any stands as the location of the tv's mean the aerials hide neatly behind the curtains and are never seen whether the curtains are open or drawn.

As i said before, what works for one person may not work for another, but for me it was money will spent, I no long have the frustration of messing with the aerial when the picture freezes just as your getting into a program.
The Accidental Reviewer
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The Accidental Reviewer Reply to on 7 April 2017
Works amazingly well on a small bedroom TV on the ground floor where the window faces 90 degrees away from the nearest transmitter. Recommended
SuLu
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SuLu Reply to on 31 August 2018
Before buying this product I checked my signal strength to confirm I was in a strong signal area. I live in a First Floor flat, on top of a hill and have my bedroom window looking towards the transmitter 5-10 miles away .. though it is not in line of sight. Initially I was on a high step ladder holding aerial close to top of my large window whilst the TV auto-tuned the channels on completion I was really pleased to see a clear crisp picture and was able to get about 30 channels with a good picture & sound quality. I therefore stuck the aerial to the same position at the top region of my window. I then switched off my TV. On switching back on all the channels found were pixelilated and of poor quality and in some cases froze. I retuned and the picture quality returned. However this happened each and every time I switched off and switched on my TV which was a time-consuming and frustrating process. Over the week retuning did not return the picture quality and I now have only very poor quality pictures for a handful of channels so I am very disappointed. I will invest in a proper outdoor aerial when I can.
Michael
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Michael Reply to on 12 December 2016
I've tried many different aerials and this one is the only one that has been to pick up all channels. Would highly recommend, good price as well.
ukflyer
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ukflyer Reply to on 27 August 2018
Firstly, instructions say it has an included stand if you don’t want to attach it to a window. It does not! I tried it on two different televisions; one in the front of the house and one in the back, both upstairs. There are three strong transmitters in range, but it picked up absolutely nothing at all. I tried it in all kinds of positions and directions. Nothing! The other reviewer is correct. For digital television signals, indoor aerials are useless. Don’t waste your time or money on this rubbish!! Excellent performance, my foot!
Digittt
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Digittt Reply to on 24 August 2018
Have to admit, been easily 18 years since I last thought about an aerial due to sat service, however, World Cup was on, England was in the quarters and....we were camping on an un-powered campsite that sat in a hollow. Game on....proverbially and literally. Flat screen TV, packed...1 x 12v inverter packed (and a car battery jumper with inverter...originally plan A, quickly became plan B). The only problem was how do we get signal without schlepping a bunch of additional boxes (that would cause more havoc with the power) and a portable satellite dish. The penny dropped on realizing the TV had a built in digital decoder...and the search was on for aerial to bring it all home...well the aerial did all it could.

It worked very well, practically without a hitch. We were in a serious hollow and hence the signal was a little patchy, but resurrecting the aerial gymnastics of the '70s we figured out where someone had to stand with their left pinky adding 1lb or pressure to the aerial and it all worked.

The aerial is fantastic, have used it at home and not in a hollow and it does the business flawlessly. And it is so thin and light it slips through the letterbox. Weirdly, despite having all the channels on satellite at home, I now leave it plugged into the TV as well....quite fond of it!
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