Wilson 1000 Magnet CB Antenna
- This 62” magnet antenna is an easy install and is rated best in its class for range
- Screw-off coil makes it easy to separate the antenna in low clearance areas or for storage
- All-in-one antenna includes magnet mount, whip antenna & coax
Any legitimate CBer will tell you nothing can compensate for full-size 102” whip antennas. But if you want to get as close as possible to 102” performance without having a monster 8 ½ foot antenna chasing you around town, the Wilson 1000 is your ticket. This antenna superior performance (which allows you to regularly talk 5+ miles) has made it one of our most popular antennas. Even when you’re cruising the big road at top speeds, this heavy-duty model will stay put on any metallic surface. Constructed with 10-gauge windings and a high-impact thermoplastic shell, this antenna will run better than your pickup does. The screw-off coil allows the antenna to separate at the coax-wired base for convenience when entering low-clearance areas or for temporary antenna storage.
|Model / SKU:||Wilson W1000 MAG BK|
|Recommended for:||High-performance, long-range CB use for individuals wanting an easy installation on cars, trucks or commercial vehicles. If using a 4-watt, stock CB radio, we recommend this antenna over the more expensive Wilson 5000. The 1000 is cheaper and will provide similar transmit and receive performance. Paying more for the Wilson 5000 is justified if you're running high-wattage radio equipment or if the antenna will be used frequently in extreme winter conditions, as the 5000's floating coil is designed to prevent ice-related performance issues.|
|Notable Features:||Class-Leading Range, Screw-Off Antenna Coil, Rated for 3,000 Watts|
|All CB radios. The magnet mount easily attaches to any flat metallic surface and is designed to hold tight even at high speeds.|
Range(s) provided are for comparison purposes only and are subject to numerous installation and environmental variables. For more detailed information, please see our reference article on CB Radio Range.
|Product Includes:||Wilson 1000 Magnet Antenna|
18' of attached CB coax
The Wilson 1000 is one of the most rugged antennas you can buy. It's made with Mobay's thermoplastic, which costs a bit more but is the best material available. Accordingly, it comes with a two-year warranty and is guaranteed to outperform any base-loaded CB mobile antenna (except the Wilson 5000) or your money back! (Please see manufacturer's website for details.) The Wilson 1000's higher performance is a result of several new design developments that bring you the most powerful CB base-loaded antenna available in its price range.
Guaranteed to perform better than your current base-loaded antenna
62" tapered stainless steel whip
Includes 17' of coax cable with a PL-259 end
Magnet mount allows installation on any metal surface
High-quality base-loaded magnet mount antenna at an affordable price
Removable coil for safe storage and garage entrance
Weather channel compatible
Constructed of high-impact thermoplastic
Wilson 1000 antenna is well made and should last a long time. SWR was very good around 1.0 with no changes needed. Shipping was fast and antenna arrived with no issues. Thanks JABrown.
The Wilson1000 Magnet CB Antenna has a perfect SWR reading right out of the box for my 2010 Toyota Camry! I routed the cable through the driver-side passenger window top and sealed it with waterproof Gorilla Clear Tape. It doesn't look too bad, I didn't know how else to route it as all the door and trunk rubber seals are pretty tight and might crimp the cable. Happy with the performance of this antenna!
Best antenna on the market. I wouldn’t buy any other brand. I have one on each of my vehicles. Shipping is always fast.
I sent it back because it would not work . I kept the whip. Waiting on my money back !!!
I bought this antenna with a President McKinley CB radio. The fact that I have to get out of my Tacoma and remove the antenna before I park in my garage because it is too tall is a real annoyance and inconvenience. This is largely my fault; however, someone at Right Channel Radio should have asked where I parked my truck.