Mohu® Leaf Ranger Amplified Indoor/Outdoor HDTV Antenna

MSRP: $129.99
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The Leaf Ranger’s unique water-resistant design is ideal for any location. Place the antenna in a crawl space, on the roof, on outdoor siding, in the attic, in any indoor living area, or even take it on-the-go! The Ranger uses CleanPeak™ RF-filtering technology with 15dB of gain from the Jolt™ in-line amplifier to filter out any potential interference from cellular and FM signals in the area. Designed for powerful outdoor performance, the Ranger reaches an impressive 75-mile range so you can enjoy your favorite over-the-air channels – for FREE.

Durable and Water-Resistant – Install This Versatile Antenna Indoors or Outdoors.

  • Slim design based on technology developed for the U.S. Military.
  • Durable and water-resistant.
  • Mount indoors or outdoors.
  • Award-winning patented design and performance.
  • 100% free HDTV – Networks like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, The CW, Univision, and more, are all broadcast for free over the air.
  • Multi-directional; no aiming necessary.
  • Easy to install – Simply connect the antenna, scan for channels, and enjoy free TV.
  • Includes 30 ft. detachable high-performance coaxial cable, Jolt™ in-line amplifier with coaxial cable and 6 ft. USB cable, USB power adapter, and mounting hardware.

Range: 75-Miles

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  • Location:

    Indoor / Outdoor

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  • Frequency:

    UHF / VHF

  • Jolt In-Line Amplifier Gain:

    15 dB

  • Assembled Dimensions:

    22.93"W x 12.63"H x .38"D

  • Weight:

    3.4 lbs.

  • Color:

    Dark Gray

  • Includes:

    Includes 30 ft. detachable high-performance coaxial cable, Jolt in-line amplifier with coaxial cable and 6 ft. USB cable, USB power adapter, and mounting hardware

  • Warranty:

    One-year on parts and labor

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  • 5
    Great product but beware learning curve

    Posted by Ron on Aug 25th 2020

    I got what I hoped for from the Leaf Ranger but be warned, while it is "easy to install", it may not be easy to get the results you want. I had a 10+ year old Leaf indoor antenna and was amazed by what it did but wanted better reception from a tower 36 miles away. The Leaf Ranger provides a noticeably better picture from all the stations with no pixilation even with strong storms between the tower and me. Antenna reviews seem to say either people loved their purchase or it failed completely. I understand that now because after experimenting with the many on-line "how to's", I was close to giving up. Some things I learned that aren't on-line are: 1st, the antenna location that worked best for my old "non-directional" Leaf didn't work well for the "multi-directional" Leaf Ranger. I had to find the best (attic) location for the Leaf Ranger. 2nd, use pliers to gently snug coax connections. Fingers are clumsy and are not always strong enough to overcome the cable twist created from tightening the connectors without a tool. Finally, experiment with and without the amplifier. I read about amplifier problems but I almost didn't check if it was helping, it was a negative in my case.

  • 4
    Mohu Leaf Ranger

    Posted by David L Allen on Jul 29th 2020

    Haven't had a hi-def antenna before. I first purchased the ReLeaf. I'll be polite. My grandma's casket gets better reception. But, let me say, before I'm canceled, that the Leaf Ranger made me believe in the positive reviews I've seen. ALL of the networks are crystal clear along with 35 other channels. Pretty good for KC. Cable is cut.

  • 3

    Posted by Gerry on Jun 14th 2020

    After moving the antenna around for the better part of an hour (and rescanning between moves), the best it could pull in was 61 channels (the worst was 23). I went back to using the 1by one antenna I had been using and it pulled in 94 channels. Perhaps the Mohu is better for the flatlands and not a mountainous area such as Las Vegas? I will be contacting the company about a refund.

  • 3
    Mohu® Leaf Ranger Amplified Indoor/Outdoor HDTV Antenna

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 9th 2020

    Not convinced it can receive stations up to 75 miles away with normal usage. Even using several locations and orientations, I have been unable to receive stations that I know are within 50 miles.

  • 2
    It works but doesn’t give me the promised channels it said it would

    Posted by Theresa Griffin on Jun 8th 2020

    I live in a very dead zone with channel is being very difficult to come in so I thought if I were to look online and find a antenna that could get me some of the bigger channels like CBS or ABC I was willing to spend a little bit more and this one says it would reach the mileage I would need to be able to get better channels but I still continue to get the same channels that I can get with just a tiny antenna that cost five bucks. I’m really truly disappointed and feel like I wasted my money

  • 4
    Rural Area

    Posted by Sarah Farrell on Jun 4th 2020

    I live in a very rural area between two major television hubs. We have always had a difficult time with reception and digital breakup. I took a chance with this antenna. It took me 2 days of moving it and scanning for channels but I found 40! Everything we need plus more. It worked best near a window after from large trees. I would buy it again.

  • 5
    Simple - That Works

    Posted by Home Bound on May 8th 2020

    With the Corinavirus, I had some additional family staying with us. We did not have another television outlet in the spare bedroom, so I begin to investigate an antenna which was compact and had the ability to be used outdoors for a possible future usage. I purposely selected this antenna as it is flat, and has some options for almost any mounting configuration. With family, I did not want to have any wires laying around or an antenna looking out the window - as I preferred the antenna to be in the closet (stealth) and hidden. With the extra coax provided (as it is labeled as on outdoor antenna), I would have ample amount to complete the task and keep it out of sight. I neatly routed the wire from the small preamplfier and positioned the antenna in the closet. This antenna is so simple to mount, the install was done in minutes. After a scan of the channels, the Striker rewarded me with 26 local channels. For an antenna mounted inside a closet and an interior room of the home, I will have to say that Mohu has done a great job. This antenna exceeded my expectations and I highly recommended it. (Posted on 3/27/2020)