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King releases quick mount for portable antennas

Watching TV in a long-haul truck or an RV has now become even simpler with King’s new portable antenna mount. The bracket is designed for ultimate compatibility with all vehicles and is customized to fit King Tailgater and King Quest portable satellite TV antennas.

King MB500 on Truck WindowThe portable antenna mount hangs on the window or side of the truck or RV and provides a place for the King Tailgater or King Quest to rest while the vehicle is parked.  This portable antenna mount provides a temporary mounting solution for the King Tailgater or Quest and is a great way for long-haul truckers and RVers to set up their antenna and watch their favorite shows, the company explained.

Installation is easy. Simply attach the portable antenna mount to the antenna and hang the mount on the window of the truck or RV or side of vehicle. No drilling is required. Heavy duty mounting tape provides for installation on the side of an RV, as needed.

The portable antenna mount is ideal for long-haul truckers, RVers, sporting and outdoor enthusiasts, tailgaters, or anyone with an active and mobile lifestyle, the release noted. Whether users have Dish Network or DirectTV account, they can enjoy live programming anywhere life takes them — TV like home, wherever they roam.

The portable antenna mount is constructed from a high performance, automotive grade polymer best suited for outdoor use, and is designed to withstand inclement weather conditions.

The portable antenna mount (MB500) has a suggested retail price of $34.99. King will begin shipping the new mount in October.

For more information, visit kingconnect.com/product/portable-antenna-mount.

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