I never used to put much stock in these stick-on antennas since their whole "cut the cable" mantra also means "...and cut out all the channels you got cable for in the first place." But last July I moved into my girlfriend's condo, where I was expected to split the cable bill, so for the first time in my life I actually looked at a cable bill. Holy crap, it's, like, $200 a month for Comcast cable and Internet! That's almost $2,500 a year we could be spending on vacation or ice cream and beer. As my friend Victor would say, that is some buuuullll-shit.
So I resigned myself to giving up ESPN and the Food Network, and trading in the wallet-gouging lackluster service that is cable for a one-time payment of $22 and random NBC sitcoms in HD. I can watch Cutthroat Kitchen using the signal from the 1st floor coffee shop's WiFi anyway.
1byone's digital indoor HDTV antenna is on special at 26% off retail price for a limited time from Dude Exclusives. Acquisition of the ultrathin 8.6" square will give you access to the broadcast tower closest to you, up to 25 miles away. All local stations, such as ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, and Fox will come in crystal clear and free of charge.
The antenna can be installed high on a wall, against a window, or flat on a table. No additional power is required. A 10' coaxial cable connects the 1byone either directly to an HDTV, or to a digital set top box. Once plugged in no further setup is required; begin scanning channels immediately.