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Mohu ReLeaf review: As easy on the environment as it is on your wallet

Jason Cipriani | July 25, 2016
Made from recycled materials (post-consumer paper waste and recycled cable boxes), this antenna performs great and is priced right.

Outside of its reuse of old cable boxes as a stand-out feature, the ReLeaf doesn’t force users into using the included coax cable if it’s not the right length. Where similar products have the coax cable hardwired to the antenna casing, the ReLeaf features a standard coax adapter that makes it possible to use whatever coax cable you want with the antenna, be it for a different length or color.

One downfall of using recycled cardboard for the antenna is that, well, it’s not all that attractive. The light gray color likely won’t match the color of your walls, and it’s not the prettiest site when mounted in a window. But, hey, it’s recycled material, it works, and it’s not expensive.

 

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