In the box: antenna, 50’ coaxial cable, power supply, remote control, instruction manual
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They work well but are made of very thin material and will bend easily. They also came with different hardware. One came with batteries and the other didn't and the batteries did not match.
Worked well but nothing near 150 miles in my attic. The stations I get are much more clear now and I don't regret getting them.
This is the second antenna I have purchased. The first one was for me the second one is a gift. The antenna works great. You can spend more but it won’t pull in more stations. It’s more a function of the strength and location of the transmitter.