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Winegard’s new Carryout G2+ now available

Winegard’s new Carryout G2+ now available

BURLINGTON, Iowa — Winegard has announced the Carryout G2+. It’s an automatic satellite TV antenna perfect for on-the-move RVers, a release from the organization stated. The Carryout G2+ is available now.

“Winegard’s satellite TV antennas have earned multiple awards chosen by the RV community over the years. Our antenna technology is top-of-the-line, and we’re committed to delivering the best possible viewing experience to our customers. The Carryout G2+ meets Winegard’s high standards,” says Keith Larson, director of sales and marketing for Winegard Consumer Products.

The Carryout G2+ receives both Dish and DIRECTV along with Bell (Canada) programming. It’s easy-to-setup and navigate as its 100 percent automatic, finding satellite orbital locations quickly, the release stated. Winegard states this is its fastest acquiring Carryout portable satellite system.

The Carryout G2+ is powered over coax through the included power inserter, so no 12-volt power is needed. This means that the customer can switch providers at the power inserter without needing to remove the antenna dome for increased accessibility.

There are several temporary mounting options including a window mount, tripod mount, ladder mount or, on the other hand, the permanent roof kit mount and rear cab mount.

At 10 pounds, the Carryout G2+ is ultra-lightweight and portable (14.3-inches x 13.5-inches). Available in black or white, the Carryout G2+ retails for $649 and is available at Camping World, dealers nationwide, and

SOURCE: Winegard press release

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