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Antenna Installation Simple with Glomeasy

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Posted by Michelle Howard

Installing and removing aerials used to be a hassle until Glomeasy. The innovative line from Glomex Marine Antennas USA revolutionized how VHF, AIS, FM and DAB (digital audio broadcasting) antennas are installed on a boat, and are so reliable they come with lifetime warranties.


High-performance Glomeasy antennas feature fast-fitting, waterproof FME (for mobile equipment) connectors. With them, there's absolutely no cutting, snipping or soldering of the coax cable. Truly DIY, they're simple to install or remove for stowage without re-running wires. Because they rotate freely when threading, there's no danger of shearing, especially inside the mount, or damaging them by twisting.


Ideal for recreational or commercial vessels, professional-grade Glomeasy VHF, AIS, FM and DAB antennas are built to last, and available in 3', 4' and 8' lengths. They feature a smooth, glossy white finish that guarantees years of trouble-free use and good looks.


Glomex offers a wide range of mounts to work with most applications, including masthead installation. Multiple connectors, extenders and cable lengths provide a truly custom installation. Glomeasy antennas start at $88.

Feb 13, 2018

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