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Reviews Categories | Antennas: HF Mobile & Accessories | Everhardt Super Tiger Flex 4 foot fiberglass mobile antenna Help


Reviews Summary for Everhardt Super Tiger Flex 4 foot fiberglass mobile antenna
Reviews: 1 Average rating: 4.0/5 MSRP: $Everhart $11.99
Description: This is a 10 meter antenna that can be tuned for 10 through 12 meters and used from 6 meters to 40 meters with an tuner for communications.
Product is in production.
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KI5SO Rating: 4/5 Nov 2, 2011 19:36 Send this review to a friend
Amazing for it's size  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I wanted to share this product with fellow hams who would like to do some mobile hamming on multiple bands with a tuner in line but don't want to spend $100's on screwdriver antennas and such. This little 4 footer when its mount is grounded solid to your car frame will talk anywhere from 6 meters to even 40 meters. Yes, I made a contact on 40 meters today and it was readable and usable. Before someone says big deal, remember, this is an inexpensive antenna but built by a ham who knows his stuff. I got an s-9 signal on 15 meters and it does the 10 and 20 meter thing just fine. Excited to find something that works and not just tunes up like a dummy load. Research this product and consider it if you want to go mobile dxing without the great expense and without monster antennas all over your vehicles. It gets you on the air and that's something to talk about.
 


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