DX Performance Antenna System | Very Low Loss, High Power >90% Efficiency on 10-bands | Free Shipping USA

Real Flagpole, Real Stealth OCF Vertical Dipole HF Radio Antenna for 10 bands, 80-6M and NO Radials!

NATION-WIDE HOA APPROVED
XYL & fussy neighbors approve too. No ugly stubs, traps, coils, or unsightly elements to mess with. One Clean Stealthy Vertical Radio Antenna.

"Equal or Better Performance than verticals requiring Radials!"
Keep reading as we share a wealth of comparison and performance data with you!

Smart Design, Premium Quality, OCF vertical antenna system that doubles as a DX Flagpole with >90% efficiency across the bands, no radials required! 
 
10 Bands: 80, 60, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12, 10, 6M - Yes, really! 
DX Flagpole & Non-Flag OCF Vertical-Dipole Antennas
12', 16', 20' and 28’ available.

 QRP'ers love the efficiency knowing
each precious watt is delivered to the antenna.
High-Power Balun and Feedline now standard!

Customer Reviews:

"Got Indonesia (YB) this morning on 40m SSB with 100 watts. Over 9,000 miles!"
"Holds its own vs. taller competitors with no radials & is also stealth!"
"Highly Recommended for HOA CC&R restricted Ham Radio QTH's."

"FB antenna for FT8 Mode, WSJT-X and SDR operations."

Before you buy, you must see the performance data of 
'other verticals' vs. our DX Flagpole Antenna. Transparently, we bring you the data. Choose for yourself.

November 2018 Design Reviewed: 
Re-engineered for DX and Low Band performance, Lower Loss, Lower Angles, & Higher Efficiency means more dB's than taller non-stealth vertical antennas. See our FAQs!
Easy Install: "1-2 hours unboxed to on the air." 
RuggedRated for 80-100 MPH with 6063-T832 Aluminum. 

Free Domestic Shipping | Easy International | Made in USA 
Buy now, pay later 6-months no interest available!

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