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Mohu Paper Thin Leaf Indoor HDTV Antenna EXPIRED

gabe23111 26,312 February 12, 2013 at 02:53 PM in Tech & Electronics (3) More Adorama Deals
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Promoted 02-12-2013 at 04:32 PM View Original Post
Adorama has Mohu Paper Thin Leaf Indoor HDTV Antenna for $25 with free shipping. Thanks gabe23111

Price Research: Our research indicates that Mohu Paper Thin Leaf Indoor HDTV Antenna is $15 lower (38% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $40. - yuugotserved

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Edited February 12, 2013 at 04:22 PM by widgit
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The Mohu Leaf Indoor Television Antenna is a paper thin antenna that connects to your TV and mounts on the wall, behind a picture, or just about anywhere to enable you to receive free over-the-air broadcasts. The Leaf is unlike any other television antenna on the market and provides unparalleled performance, installation options and value. Because the majority of television antennas on the market today are unsightly and tend to be an "eye-sore", design aesthetics were a primary driver in the design of the Leaf antenna. The antenna is black on one side and white on the other providing a variety of installation options.


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The one that i bought from Amazon (this brand, but cannot recall model number) was worse than the home-made antenna here.
I'm in a lousy area. The antenna was returned it for full refund.

Quote from PatrickM4021 View Post :
a loop antenna inside plastic and this is a FP deal? You'd be better off using a spare piece of coax, a wire hangar and a piece of cardboard to hide it...
Criteria is based on savings compared to regular price. It can be a piece of crap product, yet still front page worthy.
Last edited by FrozenBiker February 12, 2013 at 05:12 PM
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I bought this open box from the Mohu website last summer for ~$20. Brand new this is a great deal. This thing replaced a bulky Phillips powered antenna that I got sick of constantly repositioning and still getting a shoddy signal. With this I get a ton of channels in perfect HD with no interuption. I would avoid using the sticky velcro it comes with to attach to a wall since it doesn't stay up long and it takes the paint off the walls when you want to remove them. I ended up using white push pins around the plastic edges of the antenna to stick to the wall. Works great
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is there a way to check if its worth my money in my area? located is South Sacramento and currently have a 60" LG Plasma. TIA
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I am urban dweller. I have the amplified version for over an year now. I tried it in both apartments and independent homes. It is horrible.

Not all channels are picked up at one location. Even the same channel that is picked up today at one spot will be picked up at a different spot tomorrow or during a different time in the same day. After sticking long patches of Velcro to the wall and moving it around, I am finally fed up.

This product sucks.
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I have one of these and it wasn't very good for picking up tv. But I hooked it up to my radio and now I get good radio reception.
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In for one to try it out, I used to just use a bunch of coax cable curled up but it hasn't been working in my new apartment... figure I'll see if a real antenna works any better. thanks!
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I have three of these. I would pick up another at this price if I had another tv. It picks up uhf and vhf stations in my area.
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no hdmi, pass. Smilie
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Picked up one to compare with the HomeWorx Digital TV Flat Antenna []I got from for $7.
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Quote from jmtadena View Post :
Amazing in the Bay Area. Get so many good quality HD Channels. Specifically used on Irving and 19th, Candlestick Park, Hickey Blvd in Pacifica and Berryessa Area in San Jose. All really really good.
this is what i was hoping for. thanks!
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Bought one last time. It was more convenient than the loop and rabbit ears since I never had to fidget with it but it could never pickup VHF which was inconvenient when trying to watch local sports on CBS. I am far from the source and didn't have a good angle to place it too.
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I just put up my first MoHu leaf yesterday, by coincidence (from an old SD but I never opened it), and it replaces an amplified GE rabbit-ears-with-fold-out dish-thingy from Target that had to be plugged in to AC. Did a channel-by-channel comparison, and MoHu wins by a fair margin. Smaller form factor, no power needed, and it looks even better.
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Been waiting for one of these. Thanks.
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Does anyone know if the cord link is permanent, or is it just provided with a length of coaxial that screws into a female fitting at the bottom of the antenna?

I don't think 6 feet is gonna cut it for me, as I'd like to put it in a window.

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This is a superior product. I put one in my nephew's place in Pearland TX and spent more time programming out non-English channels than anything else. That being said I wouldn't even try one in Galveston. Because we are about 45 miles from the cluster of Houston transmitters and NO indoor antenna will get more than 2 or 3 signals reliably. There are multiple reviews online that confirm that the Mohu is better than the competition. The best thing to do is determine if you are within range (30 miles as I recall) by going to []
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