Dave Solberg

Tune in From Anywhere with the Winegard Air 360+

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Gone are the days of cranking up your batwing antenna to receive a spotty television signal in your RV. Thanks to manufacturers like Winegard and products such as the Winegard Air 360+, you have access to reliable, crystal-clear television no matter where you travel.

In this free video lesson, Dave Solberg talks about the benefits and user perks of the Winegard Air 360+. He also explains some of the finer points to installing your device, and walks you through proper use procedures.

How to install and use the Winegard Air 360+

Requiring practically no effort after installation, the Winegard Air 360+ utilizes a 360-degree antenna to provide you with television and WiFi across the country, whether you’re set up just outside of a big city or boondocking way out in the wild. The system harnesses WiFi extending capabilities with the help of three 4G cards that are mounted inside the unit, and by attaching it to a supplemental gateway that attaches to your ceiling.

The Air 360+ is an excellent and affordable option for all of your internet and television needs. With this top-notch device, you can hit the road and never worry about missing a thing!

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5 Responses to “Tune in From Anywhere with the Winegard Air 360+”

  1. Charles Land

    We have an air 360 on a 2020 Coachman. Is there a 360 or are they all 360 plus? The reception sensitivity is not good. Definitely not nearly as good as the old crank up antenna. There is a power button on the connector panel at the living room tv and that gets us from no signal at all to weak signal. Is something wrong or is poor reception natural for this product? At the moment we are using a pole mounted outside antenna which is tremendously better. One additional question. Is the little white box a hot spot that receives a lte cell signal and transmits a wifi signal that tvs and other devices can connect to? Your description of it as a wifi booster was confusing. And does that device work on 5g?


    The problem with any of the Winegard Products is your COAX Cable Length. We have the Winegard 360 in our RV and because of the way it was installed, the length of the COAX wire to the various TVs in the RV's will limit your reception. For instance, I get more channels on our BEDROOM TV and much less on our Living Room TV. I have spoken with Winegard about this problem and they DO NOT have any kind of BOOSTER to improve the signal in the COAX to the Front Living Room TV. So, this product is not GREAT! But, very mediocre at best.

  3. Kandace Soper

    What is the upload and download speed on you internet?

  4. Andrew Pearen

    Has anyone insalled one of these and extened the until with additional signal enhavement or to a router or external Mesh network. I installone last year and it worked well for TV, but then we moved locations in the park and now my TV signals are almost non-existant. Also I get great WIFI single in the trailer, but I am looking to work remotley when we are alowed to go up to the park and am looking to strength my connection to the router via a wire or mesh network enchment


    You mention gateway boxes that interface with Verizon and ATT networks. I have a T-Mobile account. Based upon your video, should I assume that I cannot get an enhanced wifi signal with T-Mobile?

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