222-VW

Digital Antenna 3' VHF Antenna

Digital Antenna 3' VHF Antenna

Description

The Digital Antenna 3' VHF Antenna offers an efficient 3dB gain for dependable communication.

Features

  • Durable Stainless Steel Antenna Mast
  • Quick Antenna Mast Disconnect
  • Completely Sealed Coil Base
List Price
$128.12
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$79.50
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Details

 The simple push and twist quick-disconnect antenna mast allows for easy storage when fishing or using a boat cover. The 200 Series is a great choice for T-tops, speedboats and sailboats, providing a broader signal in rough seas or during heeling. White only; this antenna is no longer available in black.

All of our antennas are made in the USA, assembled, tested and tuned by hand for maximum performance, quality and durability.

200 Series: 222-VW

  • Mount: Stainless steel L-bracket for side mounting
  • Connector: UHF female (SO239)
  • Cable: Not included use our VHF/AIS cables and two DA645 connectors

 

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Digital Antenna 3' VHF Antenna 222-VW 3' VHF Antenna
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