I have been tracking HDTV Antenna's for a while, and today I decided to pull the trigger on the Winegard HD8200U Platinum Series Long Range Outdoor TV Antenna.
This one is rated 65+ Mile (basically fringe area), but I'm about aiming for 50 miles range. I also read in the review that it is really really large, but I'm okay with that as long as it pulls the signal I want.
4K Ultra-HD Ready (This is just marketing gimmick, if it can get HDTV, it can get 4K)
ATSC 3.0 Ready
Price is $122.32 (+ Tax), but has free Prime (or Just free shipping w/out Prime)
It says save another $5.28 if you choose Free no rush shipping, basically below $120.
I just checked camelcamelcamel, and it's just about at the lowest price.
I am picking this up, so I can pick up the local HD Fox station, getting ready for
the 2018 X-Files season!
I considered the Amazon Basics Amplified Indoor/Outdoor TV Antenna and the ClearStream 4V, before deciding to get Winegard, which I had on my list for quite a long time.
I would be interested some feedback if you have the HD8200U installed and you're about 50 miles (or farther) from the TV Transmitters on what you think of this Antenna.
PS Solid Signal also has this on sale for $129.99. I don't know if they charge tax,
but it is also a solid choice if Amazon runs out.