KING Flex Portable Satellite TV Antenna VQ2100

Brand: King
Model: VQ2100

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KING Flex is the portable satellite antenna that gives you the freedom to take your favorite programming with you on the road, to the great outdoors, or anywhere in between. Your FLEX antenna is fully-automatic, and gives you access to your favorite programming with just the push of a button. Designed simply to be highly-portable, easy-to-enjoy and flexible, it works with DIRECTVr, DISHr and Bell. Set-up is easy and fast letting you start enjoying your favorite satellite TV. Anywhere.
Service Compatibility:
DIRECTV SD, DISH HD/SD, BELL TV HD/SD
Dimensions:
Flex Antenna: 17" x 16" , Console: 5-1/4" x 4" x 11/4"
Weight:
10 lbs
Signal Output:
Dual (supports 2 receivers)
Power:
Flex Antenna: Via Coax, Console: 110 VAC
Included:
Flex Antenna, Controller, 50' and 3' Coaxial Cable, Power Supply and Owner's Manual
  • Quick Reference Guide

  • *Does not receive DIRECTV HD programming. Not compatible with DIRECTV Ka band satellites or SWM only receivers
    PriceSellerAvailabilityLast Seen
    $100.0 (For parts or not working)eBayIn Stock28 Apr 2018
    $477.8 (Manufacturer refurbished)eBayIn Stock21 Jun 2018
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