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Channel Master 1805

5-foot galvanized antenna mast

15 Reviews | 2 questions - 3 answers

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Our take on the Channel Master 1805

Professional installers and do-it-yourselfers alike appreciate the quality and durability of Channel Master antenna mounting hardware. This galvanized 5-foot mast is a great option for both indoor mounts (like in an attic) and outdoor setups (like on a roof, wall, or chimney).

Product Highlights:

What's in the Box:

  • 5' Galvanized steel antenna mast
  • DANGER sticker (attached)

A very light and strong product

Gregorio R., San Juan, PR


Channel Master 1805 Reviews

Average Customer Review(s):

(15 Reviews)

Channel Master 1805

Gregorio R. from San Juan, PR on 7/28/2017

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A very light and strong product



Channel Master 1805

Terry from Kokomo, IN on 3/12/2017

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Very good antenna mast.

Pros: Meet my needs.


Perfect fit

Pete from Wauwatosa, i on 4/3/2016

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We cut the cable over a year ago and installed a digital channel master one. My Mom wanted her old analog one replaced as well. So Easter we were on the roof pulling it down. The mast fit perfectly on the existing mount. Old one was totally rusted. I,am so glad I brought extra bolts and nuts to replace the rusted stuff. Took an hour and no more losing signals!

Pros: Perfect fit. Strong. Sturdy

Cons: None

Happy with this mast

J Maxwell from Nelson, Va on 10/25/2015

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I am pleased with this mast. Lightweight, yet strong. I have 6 pieces together from the ground up. At such a tall height the mast had a slight bow under the weight of a large antenna and rotor. I used guy wire to support the mast at 25 feet. It is standing straight was very easy to work with during my antenna installation.

Pros: Lightweight and sturdy.

Cons: None


GH from Michigan on 6/8/2015

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It is light and sturdy.

Pros: Good quality.

Cons: None

Channel Master 1805 Mast

John H from Minnesota on 5/9/2015

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In all fairness I need to mention that this mast is being used inside in an attic, but it certainly seems hefty and adequately galvanized to use outdoors.



Antenna Pole

Cardin from Merrick, New York on 5/5/2015

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The pole is well suited to supporting the weight of an antenna of any sort. It arrived undamaged and ready for use.

Pros: 5 foot long, made of 18 gauge metal

Cons: Should come with a grounding clamp.

Need to go up 2 higher

SylviaS from Fayetteville, NC on 3/12/2015

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Used to brace the rotor & installer had to cut to stay stationary. need 2 more to go a bit higher to clear obstruction from 50+ year old oak trees

Pros: stable

Cons: need to be longer

Works as advertised

Crutchfield customer from Huntsville on 12/24/2014

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Simple to use

Pros: Simple to use

Cons: None

Nice product

Dustin from Saint George Utah on 12/7/2014

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It's a pole it worked.

Pros: It does its job

Cons: None

Good Quality

Dave J from Virginia on 11/10/2014

Easy Install with the eave mount from channel Master.

Pros: Good Quality, easy install with brace., good price.

Cons: None

Channel Master 1805

Crutchfield customer from Martha's Vineyard on 6/7/2014

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Good mast

Pros: strong


channel master mast

EDWARD G from covington va. on 3/16/2014

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recd. item on time and was what i ordered

Pros: very fast and good service

Cons: ???????????????????????????

Yep, it's a mast!

Curt from Lexington, KY on 7/31/2013

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This mast worked great for mounting the antenna in the attic. Not much to it, it's simply a metal mast that the antenna attaches to easily and fits well into the Channel Master 3078 that I used.

Pros: It's a mast!

Cons: It's just a mast

Channel Master 1805

Crutchfield customer from Fernandina Beach, FL on 3/30/2012

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This is a quality galvanized antenna pole.

Pros: Galvanized



Hands-on research

Product Research


Overview: The Channel Master 1805 is a 5' long tapered antenna "Super Mast." It is made of heavy-duty 18-gauge galvanized steel.

Tapered End: The mast is tapered on one end so that it will fit inside the end of another mast. The diameter of the mast is 1-1/4" and tapers to just under 1-1/8" for the last 4-1/2" of the mast's length. The untapered end has a crimp about 4" from the end and a 5/16" hole to accommodate a set screw . The tapered end has a 1/4" gap that allows the crimp of another mast slide inside the gap. This prevents the masts from twisting.

Warning Sticker: The mast has a yellow warning sticker that reads in English and French:

Watch for Wires

You can be KILLED if this product comes near electric power lines.

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Why did you buy this?

Having recently started streaming tv, I needed an antenna to receive local channels. Larry suggested this antenna after I provided him with information about my location and topography. The product and company also received good reviews! Thanks, Roger B. [ Roger  Sep 17, 2017 ]
Researched product thoroughly and contacted Crutchfield customer support via live chat. [ Wayne  Sep 14, 2016 ]
To replace an existing one we have on a Channel Master antenna - it is 24 years old, and rusting out. [ Bruce  Dec 29, 2015 ]

2 questions already asked

We used brackets and attached to the railing on the widows walk [ Robin  Apr 21, 2016 ]
I installed an antenna tripod to support the mast [ ANTHONY J  Apr 20, 2016 ]
I have no idea how much weight is the max however the mask I have is 4 feet and works just great. [ JAMES  May 10, 2015 ]