Versatile Top Antenna Insulators (5 pack)

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Versatile Top Antenna Insulators (pack of 5)

Our laser-cut insulator is designed to sit at the join between the top two sections of telescopic poles. Great for wire antennas - especially experimenters! Can also be used as a handy end-insulator for wire antennas.

Laser-cut from Perspex, it's a superb insulator. Leave it attached to your wire antenna for rapid installation.

Item may be supplied in other colours.

Holes 4mm and 6.5mm diameter.

Video: Versatile Top Insulators

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  • 5
    Great little thingy

    Posted by Björn Ekelund on 8th Jun 2018

    Cheap and good enough to discourage you from trying to make your own.

  • 5
    Top Antenna insulators

    Posted by John on 8th Jun 2018

    Simple, versatile and very useful...must have item at home or out portable.

  • 5

    Posted by Christian Antonsen on 7th Apr 2018

    The insulator is very lightweight, affordable and with excellent build quality. Does what it's supposed to do.

  • 5
    i like it

    Posted by iz1ccf on 12th Jan 2018

    well done, good quality

  • 5

    Posted by iz1ccf on 12th Jan 2018

    well done, good quality

  • 5
    Really Useful!

    Posted by on 5th Oct 2017

    Who'd have thought a tiny bit of plastic with two holes could be so useful! I use mine for end insulators on my inverted L antenna. They are really useful things to have around.

  • 5

    Posted by Marton on 27th Jul 2017

    As all of the SB products good quality and versatile peace of antenna accessories.

  • 5
    Good idea

    Posted by ALES ROJC on 29th Apr 2017

    Quality and well made product.

  • 5
    So Simple !

    Posted by Barry Coomer on 31st Jan 2017

    Just so simple. Do exactly what they're supposed to. Used with a Sotapole.

  • 5

    Posted by Larry on 19th Jan 2017

    Besides supporting the top of an EF, To set up my 40M EFHW, I like to feed the #26 antenna through the small hole and pull all but ~30' - 9 mtrs of the antenna through, slide it on top of my SOTABeams 10M push up pole and run the pole up and secured. Then elevate the long piece with a piece of fishing line or other light line to make it an inverted "L."