HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna Review | HDFreeUnlimited.com Busted!!

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This is not the review of the original HD Free TV Antenna. This is the review of the NEW model – The HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna


What is HD Free Unlimited TV Antenna?

It is the latest model of the original HD Free TV Antenna. The “Unlimited” version has an increased range of 100 miles (claimed by the manufacturer, no attested by actual reviews and users).

The promoters of the HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna claim that they now have the technology to cut the cable tv bills with the new UNLIMITED power antenna. It works indoors as well as outdoors. The HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna marketers claim in their review video that it is snow-proof, rainproof and weather-proof. They company also claim in the official review that the HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna can receive 4K resolution even in harsh whether, irrespective of your location and the make of the TV.

What Free Movies and Networks do you get?

ABC News, CNN News, Retro RTV, HSN, FOX, AVIVA, NBC, ION TV etc

What is the range?

100 miles is the range claimed by the manufacturer.

Is the HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna easy to use?

As per the review the antenna can be used right out of the box with minimal installations. Like any other antenna, it can be installed inside or outside of your house and RV. Though the makers of HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna stress on the usability aspect of the antenna, actual buyers don’t see anything new in this. They mention in their reviews that this (indoors/outdoors) is a common feature of any antenna and the way they promote the HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna – is foolish.

How to use the HD Free Unlimited TV Antenna?

Simply plug-in the antenna in to the amplifier and then plug the amplifier in the back of your TV. The next step is to scan f the channels, you are now good to view news, weather and movie channels from all the major networks. The Unlimited antenna works with your existing cables. According to the manufacturers claims one HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna can provide feed up to three TVs. You can even get an FM reception with this antenna. You can use your existing remote with the HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna. The antenna features a built-in 4G filter that claims to keep out interference from power lines and mobile towers.

More Smoke Less Fire Like its predecessors, the HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna is full of false promises and false hope. Many reviewers complain that you can count the number of channels on your fingers.

Nothing Better than a Cheap Wal-Mart Antenna

Many users complain that the HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna is nothing better than a cheap <$10 antenna at Walmart. Many reviewers mention that the quality and the results are exactly the same, nothing better.

Does not work in Wooded Area

Some users complain that the HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna does not receive any signal in wooded areas. You have to place the antenna above the trees to get a reception.

The Reception is not Steady

Sometimes, you have to move the antenna to get a steady reception.

It helps if you are near a city

The HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna works best if you are near a big city like NYC. Also you need to have a clear sky for a good reception.

What’s the “UNLIMITED” in the HD FREE TV Antenna?

It is a marketing ploy, to lure people into thinking that this antenna has got an unlimited range. But that’s not true. The HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna has a range of 100 miles…theoretically.

Our Verdict on HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna

Do not get sucked into believing that this antenna has an unlimited range. While the motive of having that name is to mislead people. HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna is not the only indoor antenna out there in the market. In fact reviews mention that a $10 antenna works as good as this one if not better. No amount advertising is going to make an indoor antenna in to what it is not. HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna inherits the pros and cons of an indoor antenna. And the most common of the disadvantages is poor reception and a few channels to watch. If you really love watching TV then you would not love the HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna.

19 thoughts on “HD Free “Unlimited” TV Antenna Review | HDFreeUnlimited.com Busted!!

  1. Like most of you I wanted to “CUT THE CABLE” I have AT&T UVERSE $230/month no premium channels. I started to go to the web site to order HD FREE UNLIMITED and then thought, slow down lets check for reviews. Soooo… glad I did. I have an HD antenna from Walmart and I get a few channels and that was the same as the emergency battery TV I had, 2 or 3 channels tops. I went with ROKU and got a lot of channels. LOCAST 5.50/month (donation) to get local channels. As with most free TV items, not always as good as the ad’s.

  2. The functionality of any of these antennas depends on one thing, LOCATION. Not of the antenna, but where you live. If you live reasonably close to a major city, your results will be better, but most folks don’t and the mention none of this in the hype. Most people in 2020 don’t remember the days before cable when every house had a TV antenna (or rabbit ears). the exact same problem existed. The closer you were to towers determined the channels you could get. rural and suburban users had bad reception and got few channels. That’s pretty much why cable became so popular. Please understand. If one of these HD antennas doesn’t work at your house then none will work well regardless of claims and hype. The distance claims are laughable because for most areas they are completely false. There are very expensive professional install antennas for roof and attic installation, there work a little better, but still require rotors and directional technology to perform. Most of these antennas are grossly over hyped and aimed at people who think they can replace cable with a $99 Antenna. Absolutely untrue. Unless you have zero expectations these are a waste of money.

  3. It’s definitely not one of those “let me try it before I buy it” items. “It’s a buy it before you try it” item! Just remember the old saying, “If it sounds to good to be 100% true, it’s 100% true it only sounds”!

  4. I bought MOHU Leaf…I scan every once in awhile sometimes I get 30 channels and other times I get 20 channels…..Leaf Antenna has worked for me and I paid $70.00 through the Net

  5. Recently bought one of these antennas. Reception isn’t any better than the $50 antenna we had and we didn’t get any additional channels either. It claims that there is a “tv guide” , we have no idea how to get that feature. There aren’t any hints or troubleshooting tips in the instructions or on their website. Wish I’d have seen these reviews before ordering.

  6. Thanks for the informative comments about this antenna. Was going to bite (had filled in the ordering info on their website) then decided to try to find honest reviews here first. Thank you for saving me from sure disappointment and $100! Was just looking for alternatives to my OVERPRICED Spectrum TV service. Any ideas about that would also be very much appreciated.

  7. Why do they allow the deception and false claims about these antennas??
    Just like our government!!

  8. Well this is the third upgraded, so called, best of the best I have tried. I have it up on the roof and it is no better than the last greatest free TV antenna I bought. If you have no TV and want over the airwaves TV it is OK but you might as well buy a cheaper one.

  9. Well I seen a commercial advertising this product and was wondering if it was worth the money since I didn’t see it on Walmart website. Well after seeing this post and reading comments I am happy to say I won’t be buying it.

  10. Usually, if it’s too good to be true it probably isn’t. Clear TV claimed similar reception except for the range. It was also a false claim. I want the names of some people who have purchased this item and gotten what was advertised. I have lots of questions.

  11. Thanks. Very helpful review.i actually started to drink the Kool aid but read your review first. You didn’t save my life, but you did save me money. Go ahead and publish this if you like, you deserve the accolades.

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