Mohu Antennas Announces a New Line of Modern Antennas





This week Mohu Antennas, a leader in the world of antennas, announced their new Blade bar antennas. This antenna is part of the Mohu modern line of antennas that not only work well but look great.

The antenna offers a 40-mile range and a sharp design meant to be seen not hidden. The antenna is a multidirectional, amplified antenna.

Priced at $49.95, Mohu’s Blade will be available exclusively on and

“At Mohu, it’s our mission to offer innovative products that deliver exceptional experiences for consumers,” said Mark Buff, founder and CEO of Mohu. “We saw a need to produce an HDTV antenna that would seamlessly blend with the home entertainment systems consumers have while upholding our values of offering products that enable consumers to cut the cord at an affordable cost.”

Mohu also said that this new antenna is ready for the switch to ATSC 3.0 OTA TV and 4K. So there will be no need to buy a new antenna when your local TV stations start to offer 3.0 OTA TV with 4K HDR.

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