Winegard's New Carryout G2+, an Automatic, Portable Satellite TV Antenna, is Available Now
Sleek, compact antenna requires minimal space, and receives DIRECTV, DISH, and Bell TV programming
BURLINGTON, Iowa (January 26, 2015) — Winegard, a pioneer in antenna design and development, announces the Carryout G2+ satellite antenna. It's the ultimate portable automatic satellite TV antenna with unmatched versatility, which is perfect for watching the big game or viewing your favorite premium programs when RVing, tailgating, or camping. The Carryout G2+ will start shipping today.
"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 it's 100 percent automatic, finding satellite orbital locations quickly.
The Carryout G2+ is powered over coax through the included power inserter, so no 12V power is needed. For increased accessibility and convenience, the DIP switch is located on the power inserter allowing customers to easily switch providers without needing to remove the antenna dome.
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 only 10 pounds, the Carryout G2+ is ultra-lightweight and portable (14.3" x 13.5"). Available in black or white, the Carryout G2+ retails for $649 at winegard.com, Camping World Super Centers, and select RV dealerships nationwide.
About Winegard Winegard Company designs and manufacturers a spectrum of world class antenna products from mass produced consumer antennas and accessories to enterprise focused broadband solutions. Since its incorporation in 1954, Winegard has designed more than 1,000 antenna models and been granted over 80 U.S. patents. The company's heritage includes recognition by NASA for contributions to the Apollo 11 mission, and the induction of founder John Winegard into the Consumer Electronics Association Hall of Fame. Winegard's superior antenna design and manufacturing facilities that total 410,000 sq. ft include a state of the art testing and measurement center. The company's in-house and vertically integrated capabilities support its accelerated product design and development cycle.