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Here's a great way to watch your subscription pay TV channels while away in your van. Bring along your Foxtel or Austar decoder from home and using our Optima-T2 portable satellite system, you can access all of your favourite channels like Discovery, Nat Geo, movies and more anywhere in Australia.
You demand the best brand names when you buy your van, tyres, battery, fridge, bullbar and accessories. Why not demand the best name in satellite TV? Optima by SatPlus - designed, manufactured and assembled in Australia.
Satellite TV is the only solution to bad TV reception so why not purchase the ultimate trouble free system? Compare for yourself, our system to others on the Australian market. We've worked hard for the last three years to bring you a product that is durable and functional with leading edge design and utilising the highest quality materials never seen before in a mobile RV sat TV system.
When opened fully, the dish measures 83 x 73cm. When packed away it is only 75cm wide by 42cm tall by 21cm wide so half the size of any other system in Australia!
The ease of setting up the Optima can be done in minutes, simple and hassle free with full Digital signal from the VAST satellite. Even the difficult areas as The Kimberly, Southern W.A and all through the country we could find the Satellite with ease. Everywhere we found it!!!!
Even when we are not in a remote area I set up the Optima straight away as I find it easier to set up than trying to tune in a TV antenna.
There is no other fold in half Dish on the market that is compact simple and a complete space saver in the 4WD or camper. This will be an absolute winner once everyone knows how easy it is to set up.
WELL DONE SATPLUS.
Thanks, John & his team they really know their stuff."
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