Winegard Wingman - Upgrades your Winegard Sensar for DTV
Enjoy FREE HD and improve your Winegard Sensar batwing antenna's VHF/UHF performance with the Wingman. This lightweight, sleek add-on attaches with 4 simple snap-on screws to the Sensar head to increase db gain up to 100% on DTV channels. Designed using advanced computer design software and 50 years of experience, the Sensar Wingman is optimized for Digital and HD programming, providing you with the ultimate DTV/HDTV experience! Features
- Optimizes Sensar for DTV channels
- Increases performance up to 100%
- FREE Digital Programming
- Attaches to existing Sensar head
- Installs in minutes - no tools required
Watch all your favorite local programs (ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, PBS, CW, MyNetworkTV, ION, independent channels and much more), including 24 hr local news and weather wherever your travels may take you! Best yet; enjoy FREE and uncompressed HD programming, unlike satellite television that has monthly programming fees and compressed HD signals. Specifications
- Lightweight, sleek add-on attaches to existing Sensar head with 4 simple snap-on screws.
- Increases UHF db gain up to 100% on DTV channels giving you more range.
- Compatible with all Winegard Sensar antennas.
- Elements powder coated white for long lasting durability in harsh environmental conditions.
- Dimensions: 16.5"w x 14"d x 1.4"h; weight, 1 lb.
Parts Included:- (1) Wingman unit - (4) Push Rivet
Installation:1. Raise the Sensar ÃƒÃ‚Â®antenna. 2. Remove the rubber bumpers from the bottom of the Sensar. This can be done with your fingers or pliers. 3. Line the holes in the Wingman up with the holes from which you removed the rubber bumpers. GS models will not have bumpers.4. Insert the push rivets provided into these holes. Push the rivet tabs until they click and lock into place. 5. Lower Antenna. Get your Winegard Wing-Man RV-Wing antenna today!
Winegard Wingman = More Channels
I added the Winegard Wingman to the Sensar III on my motor home last year and in our usual camping spots it added anywhere from 4 - 10 stations. Definitely worth the low cost.
- Reviewed by:
- AJ - Winnebago Owner @ 8/9/2010 8:19 AM