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1.25 Gibertini dish, where to buy in UK?

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in my opinion you will need gilbert feed horn & inverto pro lnb. was testing on my 1.5m gilbert yesterday on 3west german feeds was able to get sensitive signals but on normal black ultra nothing although a 1.25 would struggle with 3 west imo. there is a discount code of 15% that you may be able to use. pm me not sure if it works but worth a try.
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channel master 1.2m will beat a gibby 1.25m all day long and theres usually some for sale on fleabay at a good price ,
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They are both very good dishes most people buy the Gibby thinking it's a light weight dish it's not that light with the steel mount on the back. From memory it is about 16.5 kg. You will require a 36 volt motor to drive it, same for the CM
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there is a post on another forum with a guy who uses two gilbert 1.25 with h-h motors one a stab and 1 with metal gear h-h, he has two and says he has no probs.
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I am aware that many people use a Stab HH120 to drive their 1.25 gibby and for many years.
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hi

I use my gibby 1.25m with a stab motor hh120
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Speaking about CM dish: there is one for sale @gumtree right now. With polar mount and stand. For only 50 GBP. BTW, mirror of CM 1.2m weights only 10kg and also can be driven by Diseqc motor. I have one on Diseqc motor more than 1 year.

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