Flexible Long Range Antenna For Garmin Alpha / Astro 220 / 320 Gps Dog Tracking on 2040-parts.com
Palatka, Florida, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:14lrant
Compatible Model:Garmin's extended range antenna
Reason to buy and use:Will add range to your Garmin system
You are buying one NEW Flexible Antenna for the Garmin Alpha / Astro 220 or 320 handheld receiver. (Antenna only Handheld receiver not included)
This antenna will increase the range you get over the factory supplied rubber antenna. Many users have reported a 20-50% increase in range., some say even more. We do not claim the more part but it will definatly add range to your system.
* We have tested over a dozen different antennas and this is one of the best we have found so far based on price and performance.
*This antenna was also tested against the Garmin extended range antennas that come in the newer combo systems, and it performed as well as or better than the Garmin antenna did.
*Tests were done by a Garmin field tester.
Your results may vary depending weather and your location in relation to the satelites at the time.
It is very comparable to the folding antenna but is much more durable. It is made of a tough but flexible material and is approximatly14" long.
We have used this type antenna many times while hunting and it does a great job.
Easy to install:
Just unscrew the rubber antenna on your handheld and screw the Flexible antenna on finger tight. Do not overtighten because you could damage your handheld.
Your antenna will be shipped within 24 hours of cleared payment.
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**Payment is expected within 3 days of selection and confirmation to buy.
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Shipping is free in the US and includes insurance.
Price does not include any taxes, duties or tariffs. You as an international purchaser are responsible for any if any apply.
***I will combine shipping to save you $$$.
For combined shipping, please make your selections and do not pay until I combine the orders and send you an invoice for payment with the adjusted shipping fee.
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*The handheld in the picture is not included.
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