SHAKESPEARE
Mariner 8300 8' 6dB VHF Antenna

$94.99

In stock online.
Model # 6966048 | Mfg # 8300 | UPC # 719441170622

Shakespeare's Mariner 8300 8' 6dB VHF Antenna gives you excellent performance at an affordable cost.

Copper cable element, a smooth high-gloss finish and a chrome-plated brass ferrule—get top-flight features in an economical package with this smart choice. This is a basic but high-quality antenna with a white fiberglass radome with a polyurethane finish that keeps moisture out and prevents corrosion and yellowing over time. Low-loss ethofoam spacers cradle internal components and keep your signal strong. Quality brass choking sleeves insulate the copper inner conductor and suppress cable radiation. It all adds up to a stronger, clearer, more reliable signal for your communications needs.

Key Features

  • Protected by a proprietary high-gloss polyurethane that won't fuzz or turn yellow in the sun
  • Ethafoam spacer system provides strong mechanical support and isolates the radiators from vibration and moisture for long, dependable service
  • Includes 15' of moderate-performance RG-58 A/U cable with a PL-259 connector that you install yourself
  • Backed up by a three-year warranty
  • Purchase a 1"-14 threaded antenna mount separately
  • One-section, 8' antenna
What's Included
  • 1 Antenna assembly
  • 1 PL-259 connector with instructions

Installation Guide

 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, including DEHP, which are known to the state of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Specs

Mariner 8300 8' 6dB VHF Antenna

Name Value
Best Use VHF
Elements Copper
Gain 6 Decibels
Lead 15' RG-58 Cable with PL-259 Connector
Length 8'
Material Fiberglass
Warranty Details Three Years

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