Satellite systems > Portable manual systems
This is the low cost way of getting satellite TV in your motorhome or caravan. A portable dish also has the advantage of being easy to move if you find a tree or other obstacle blocking the signal from the satellite.
The dish that we recommend is the Multimo which has many advantages over other manually operated dishes. In particular, the Multimo doesn’t need a tripod which makes setting it up quick and easy. So easy in fact that, once you've had a bit of practice, you'll be able to locate the satellite within literally a matter of seconds.
The Multimo comes complete with 10M of co-ax cable and instructions. All you need to do is get a satfinder and connect the dish to a receiver or a TV with a built-in satellite receiver.
The Multimo is ruggedly built and highly resistant to water. We don't recommend it but we do know of instances where they have been dropped into canals with no adverse consequences!
Note: We can no longer supply bags, magnets, suction mounts or any other accessories for the Multimo.
Ease of Use
As an ageing Motorhome owner (over 70) we have to keep a critical eye on the payload. Long ago I ruled out a fixed satellite dish and opted for the more portable option to keep the weight in check. The camping outfit I chose was cheap and not very efficient so I gave up watching tv via satellite. The Multimo I have not yet tried it in the Motorhome, but having placed it on the patio table and connected to my home tv I was pleasantly surprised how quick it was to set up and locate a satellite signal. Should have purchased one of these years ago