TVSurf antenna is on fire. I saw ads for this antenna cover my Facebook news feed just the other day. “Insanely powerful HDTV antenna” and “terrifying big cable and TV companies” are two of the headlines I remember seeing.
And readers have asked me a lot about TVSurf antenna.
Is TVSurf a scam? Can you still get reception from television towers?
These are pretty common questions I find in my inbox.
People want to cut the cord, but they’re not willing to let their favorite television show go just yet.
The thought of no contracts and one-time costs is enticing.
“You can access all top channels for FREE.”
But can you really get all of these top channels? There has to be some hidden fees. Right?
I’m happy to say TVSurf antenna is the real deal. There’s a slight complaint on shipping time, but this is the real deal. You’ll get a lot of free TV channels (not every channel, but dozens). If you want you can check out my other tv antenna reviews as well.
I like my television to be crystal-clear. I want high-definition television. TVSurf supports 1080p, so if high-definition television is available, you’ll have it right on your television screen. A lot of readers asked about the versatility of this product.
And all I have to say is that this antenna is the top choice for indoor TV antennas.
Discreet military technology was poured into TVSurf to ensure that it’s three things:
Razor thin in size, the TVSurf antenna is all black, and has a size of just 230 x 102 mm with a weight of just 86 grams – that’s impressive.
I’ve experimented with placing the TVSurf antenna everywhere:
There’s even a stand included. You can place the antenna on the stand, and you’ll start receiving the top television stations on the planet.
TVSurf is feature-rich offering:
Super thin and a black color allow you to hide this antenna right behind the television or other decor. I like keeping my cords and equipment nice and neat, away from the viewer’s sight. I take pride in keeping media room clean, and TVSurf antenna is perfect for the tidy media-enthusiast.
I’m always researching towers to try and place my antenna properly, but I was surprised with TVSurf.
Multidirectional reception makes it simple to hone in on the television tower’s reception. The range is 30 miles, but there’s an amplifier that can increase the range up to 50 miles.
Play with your placement until you find the best spot for getting the most channels.
Speaking of channels, you’ll receive dozens of them.
You’ll be watching most of your favorite channels within 20 minutes of unboxing the TVSurf antenna. I am not exaggerating either.
I spent a good hour trying to find the right placement, and I recommend you spend the extra time finding the right placement, too. Reception varies a lot based on:
There are a lot of factors involved with reception quality.
Placement helps you overcome these reception obstacles.
But don’t expect to watch premium channels for free. You won’t receive:
It’s not going to happen.
If you ever see a review saying you’ll get these premium channels, run the other way. Premium channels have expenses, too.
It’s a business.
But there are dozens of free channels that make money off of commercials and are 100% free, including:
channels that are available for most playoff games and local games
that are on non-premium channels, like FOX, CBS, CW, NBC, CBS, PBS and many more
news, weather and sports channels
Streaming services are available for new movies and television channels.
And with an antenna, you’ll save a ton of money every month. Cable premiums are going to keep going up. TVSurf antenna is a one-time cost – there are no fees or monthly costs to get channels from your local broadcast tower.
I save a ton of money every month with my antenna.
You’ll start saving money from the moment you attach your antenna and call the cable company to cancel your service.
You’ll enjoy the freedom of not having to pay $100+ per month on television channels you never watch.
I’m not going to lie: shipping can be slow. I’m used to shipping being really fast. Amazon and other companies have spoiled me.
Fast shipping is awesome.
But TVSurf antenna ships fast sometimes and slow other times. I ordered three TVSurf antennas, and the shipping time is always different.
Shipping times seem to be getting faster.
I would rather have a slow shipping time than issues getting through to customer service (a problem with TVScout).
I’m willing to wait an extra day or two to save hundreds of dollars a year on cable premiums. I’m willing to wait for the TVSurf antenna because it works better than the competition.
You’ll receive up to 90+ of 100 of the top channels.
Channels that aren’t on Netflix or HULU will be yours for free.
It’s an investment in entertainment. Sure, the ads are a bit much, but for the most part, the ads meet their promises.
TVSurf antenna works. Television is free.
I approve this product.
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