This razor-thin antenna can be placed anywhere and offers high-gain performance while receiving hard-to-reach stations! This is your high-powered alternative to the never-ending costs of cable TV. The HDBLADE100 receives dozens of over-the-air HDTV stations in stunning HD quality. What better way to cut the cord than with a BLADE antenna?
The strength of a bow-tie antenna in a flat, easy-to-mount form
HDBLADE100 pulls in HD locals so you don’t have to pay for them from your service provider
Outperforms many of the traditional style indoor antennas like rabbit ears
HD BLADE measures 13 inches x 12 inches and is .017 inches thin
The Thinnest Indoor Hi-VHF / UHF Antenna That Actually Works!
Built for high performance on High-VHF and UHF frequencies
Perfect companion to streaming sticks or other internet devices
Hides nicely behind TV, A/V Equipment, or pictures
All the top rated programs available LIVE, for free
Mounts on the wall, in a window, or layed flat
Includes 2 easy-mount patches for wall mount
Meet the razor-thin antenna that mounts anywhere, blends into surroundings, and offers high-gain performance to pull in hard-to-reach stations.
What Makes the HD Blade So Powerful?
The HD Blade has real silver elements embedded between two thin sheets of industrial grade plastic. The design of the elements mimic that of a long range outdoor antenna, but for the first time technology has allowed us to print metal elements on to a sheet.
The same stealth technology that put antennas in the mud flap of vehicles is being used to bring you a high performance TV antenna, in a razor thin design that you can hide away.
How will this work with my satellite /cable? Combining FREE HD local channels with satellite and cable work out very well. Especially if you that means you can stop paying for local channels, which should be free, from your cable or satellite provider. TV Antennas often pick-up channels that paid providers dont carry.
Custom Cable Length for Perfect Fit Too short of cable and your antenna and you cant reach that sweet spot for signal. Too much cable and you get interference. At Solid Signal we understand the challenges of indoor reception, and thats why we offer custom cable length for your specific setups.
Indoor Antenna with Outdoor Design The advantage of the HD Blade over other indoor antennas is that we use the same design as outdoor bowtie-style outdoor antenna. But now with new technology you can now print metal elements onto a razor-thin sheet for indoor use.
Rabbit ears just dont cut it anymore The classic rabbit ear was designed primarily for VHF, when most channels were on 2-13, with a tiny loop for UHF. Now with digital channels, over 70% of the market is on UHF. Thats where the HD Blade excels, picking up Hi-VHF and UHF for maximum reception.
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Recent Review: Bear - Vail, AZ - 8/27/2015 Here goes. Great!
Here goes. Great! Bear - Vail, AZ - 8/27/2015 5:44:06 PM Dear Friends, I received my antenna as told. Myself being a 100 Disabled Veteran had my Son waiting. It took less than 10min. To Assemble and Great day in the morning. It worked better than our outdoor antenna. Unreal buy for the dollar. Bear
This antenna is amazing. HD quality is outstanding. I wish I had dumped Cable two years ago.. Jck - Oro Valley, AZ - 9/15/2014 10:57:55 AM The only down side is the loss of a couple of the cable stations like A & E and the Hallmark channel, but given the savings it was worth it. My cable company has been a pain in the rear since I got it. I';m so glad I finally dumped it.
Local channels are more crisp and detailed than TW Cable. The other channels pulled in by the HD are too far away to be usable. That';s OK...we have what we needed. Mike - Beaumont, TX - 9/12/2014 12:12:09 PM It would be nice to pull in the Houston-area channels but they are 75+ miles away and 90 degrees from the direction of the local channels.
Great product! Simple to install and works like a charm. Definitely worth the money. Therese - ATL, GA - 8/24/2014 9:55:45 AM Great product.
Very Happy ! Fantastic Tom - Downers Grove, IL - 4/13/2014 7:37:29 PM Ordered this HDBlade for my tv in the family room . To my surprise I get every channel . Works fine !
Super Results at a very reasonable price Charlie in San Antonio - San Antonio, TX - 3/21/2014 2:52:05 PM I ordered the HD-Blade last week when it was on sale. Thought I would see how it would work before I ordered some more elaborate. I put it in the attic and it picks up all my local channels perfectly. The rooftop yaggi that I was using before would only get some of the channels. My scan yielded over 35 usable channels on both TVs. Picture is better than on my cable boxes. Don';t need anything more. Great product, and low cost.
Better-than-average indoor antenna, good performance on high VHF rentonguy - Renton, WA - 11/12/2013 7:06:43 PM Just moved into a house. I';m not quite ready to install an outdoor antenna, but decided not to go back to Comcast. The HD-Blade provides GOOD indoor performance on local channels, with fewer breakups and pixillation than most indoor antennas I';ve used. I own and have used the Mohu Leaf, Silver Sensor and RCA ANT111, plus a couple of other indoor antennas which are less impressive. UHF gain and stability is almost (but not quite) as good as the highly-directional Silver Sensor, and High-VHF is much better. Three transmitters in my market are High-VHF so the HD Blade is the winner here until I get an antenna on the roof or in the attic. Fairly priced for the quality of performance. If I had known about the HD Blade earlier, I would have bought it instead of the Mohu Leaf.
Compliments on this design choice. Technosquid - Excelsior, MN - 9/24/2013 1:26:23 PM I don';t own one of these, but I have to compliment Solid Signal on this one design choice -- letting you use your own coaxial cable. I';ve tried two other brands of flat antennas (that were more expensive than this, incidentally,) and their cables were so thin with such little shielding that even turning on adjacent consumer electronics devices would cause severe pixelation on my HDTV reception.
Every single LA channel. What else can you ask for. Eight Green Fish - Orange, CA - 3/28/2013 4:00:22 PM This antenna picks up every single channel that comes out of Mt. Wilson. I mean every one. There are channels I never heard of. Even the hard-to-get Channel 2 is easy with this antenna. I put it flat on top of my DVR and it works great. I advise pointing the cable end toward the towers, it works best for me that way.
I am planning to give these as gifts to all my friends because it pretty much doubles your channel selection compared to cable and there is no fee for keeping it going month after month.
I like that you can choose the length of cable. I know the Leaf doesn';t let you do that. I wish that there were a choice of a white or black cable coming from the antenna. I mean you can order the long cable in whatever color but the little cable coming from the antenna is always black.
Not a miracle worker but close! Ken - Carmel, IN - 12/11/2012 I live just outside Indianapolis and did not want to deal with an outdoor or even attic installation.I had zero reception in the basement with the TV in the northwest corner below grade; pretty much the worst possible location for reception.The Solid Signal rep recommended the HD Blade.I first tried using a 1 meter coax cable which worked far better than I expected but I still could not
Great for indoor TV engineer - Spokane, WA - 3/3/2015 3:32:18 PM Flat panel antennas work much better than rabbit ears for indoor use. They do not work as well as outdoor antennas as the information states. 'just like a 10 foot on the roof antenna would' No indoor antenna works as well as an outdoor antenna unless your very close to the transmit site.
Works great on the second floor, but first floor is a daily free-for-all of where the signal can be found this day, this hour this minute. I need something better for this dilemma. jzpowers - Duluth, MN - 9/14/2014 12:30:30 PM blah blah blah
Getting UHS TV stations AMM - Palm City, FL - 2/13/2014 10:44:45 PM I was not receiving 2 UHS stations. Attached a ChannelMaster preamp to the BLADE, now I get the UHS stations . get all the stations for my area now.
HD-BLADE Indoor Digital Flat TV Antenna gemluvr - East Stroudsburg, PA - 1/23/2014 7:32:30 PM It';s not bad. It';s really a UHF antenna. It does work. It doesn';t pick up all the channels, but it';s not bad. I put it right by the window. It doesn';t seem to work anywhere else. I got this to maybe take along to get over-the-air TV someplace else. I still think DB4e and Clearstream 5 are really the best antennas. I have mine hanging near the window in my 2nd floor room in my condo, clamped onto Manfrotto tention rods so I wouldn';t have to drill holes in the walls.
Did not receive what I was hoping for. Trish - Chesapeake, VA - 1/22/2016 2:25:24 PM I would not have ordered this without first reading the good reviews. I’m not as happy as the other buyers. I already had an antenna (with rabbit ears) that received all the local channels- but you had to adjust or move the antenna occasionally to receive a couple of the channels. I wanted one without rabbit ears that I didn’t have to adjust for certain channels. I thought with this longer cord I would have better luck. Didn’t happen. The picture did come in bright and clear, but I didn’t get what I was hoping for. I also paid more for this one than the one with rabbit ears. If I didn’t have to pay shipping charges, I would send it back. It’s a good antenna, just not an improvement over the cheaper one I already had.
Very directional - not much range tm - Rockville, MD - 2/21/2014 7:30:03 PM This was recently touted as the best of indoor antennas (or something like that). I was disappointed. Seems to work OK if facing the tower and transmitter not too far away. But, in general, a home-made DB-4 antenna worked much better in my location.
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