Mohu Leaf 30 Review 2019: Get Dozens of Free HD Channels

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9.5
Our Rating Excellent
Mohu Leaf 30 PROS
  • Flat form factor
  • Affordable
  • Easy setup
  • Can blend into home decor
  • Includes coaxial cable
Mohu Leaf 30 CONS
  • Coaxial cable is only 10 feet
  • Not omnidirectional
  • Not optimized for VHF broadcasts
  • May not work in dense urban environments
  • May not work beyond suburban regions
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Mohu Leaf 30: A Simple Way to Get Dozens of Free TV Stations
Final Verdict

The Mohu Leaf 30 isn’t the cheapest HDTV antenna on the market, but its flat, flexible design makes up for it. You can place the antenna behind furniture or even paint it the same color as your walls. Once set up, you ought to be able to pull dozens of local stations into your TV — many of them in full 1080p high definition.

The only complaint about the product itself is the length of the included coaxial cable. At only 10 feet, the cable does not let you position the Mohu Leaf 30 very far from your television. You may need to buy a longer cable to get the best TV reception possible.

9.5
Our Rating Excellent