Antennas Direct cuts its ClearStream2 antenna in half, calls it ClearStream1

Antennas Direct ClearStream1 antennaIf your area poses any sort of "challenges" to getting OTA reception, you'd be wise to do a little research before plunking down money on an antenna. If you tap into the interwebs for that kind of knowledge, theres' a good chance you'll come across some happy customers of Antennas Direct. Last month, it rolled out the ClearStream2 model, but if you don't need that 50-mile reach then the new ClearStream1 model might be a better fit. At 10- x 10-inches, with a single loop (as opposed to the CS2's figure-eight layout), the CS1 will pull signals in from a swath 30-miles away 70-degrees wide. We'd say it's $59 well-spent, especially knowing some portion goes to the legal-comedian staff at Antennas Direct that warns: "Do not attempt to install if drunk, pregnant or both; Do not eat antenna; Do not throw antenna at spouse."