*Please note some areas will incur extra charges due to the length of the item”
Rugged, High-Performance Antennas to Suit Australia’s Harsh Conditions
The AE4700 series is an adaptable antenna system with the coaxial termination embedded within the spring assembly with an easy screw-down fit of the whip. This allows for the interchangeability of whips depending on the operating conditions and application, shorter lengths and lower gain for hilly terrain, and longer lengths with higher gain for traveling on open roads with flat terrain. The ability to remove the whip and cover it with a protective cover (included in the pack) allows the whip to be taken off if not required. These antennas are a popular choice for 4WD caravans and heavy vehicles.
- Black Radome fibreglass construction
- Ground Independent
- 6.6 dBi Gain
- Length 1200 mm
What’s In the Box:
- Antenna assembly
- 4.5 m Coaxial cable and plug
Legendary Products and support from Authorised Dealers
You’ve decided to buy GME. That means quality and performance are important to you, so who you buy your new GME gear from is just as important. Here are a few reasons to purchase from an authorised dealer and here is why.
Proper Training: Only authorised GME dealers are factory trained to sell and install GME products. They know GME products and your vehicle to ensure that your new purchase exceeds your expectations!
Authorized Warranty: GME provides one of the best warranties in the business. Only customers purchasing through authorised dealers receive this comprehensive company warranty. Don’t be fooled by others who promise a full warranty, because it’s simply not true.
Support: If you have an issue, you are covered by GME Australia’s manufacturer’s warranty and all you need to do is send it back in directly to get any warranty issues sorted, not post it back overseas, it’s all done right here.
Protect Your Investment: Protect yourself and your investment by making sure you buy your GME product from us, an online dealer who is part of the GME family. Ask yourself, is it worth saving a few dollars not to be covered?!