Satellite Dish that Blends in with your Brickwork

Satellite Dish that Blends in with your Brickwork

The Sqish is a camouflaged receiver which blends in with its surroundings. This idea would be successful years ago when rooftop antennas were much more common, when they dotted the roofs of neighborhoods and quickly became an eyesore. As cable become more prevalent, the number of rooftop antennas began to decline. With satellite TV becoming very popular now days, we’ve come full circle and the rooftops are once again covered with contraptions, this time satellite dishes. The Sqish comes in white firstly, but can be totally camoflaged to match your wall by using a digital photograph and a sticker which can be obtained at purchase (£25), making it impossible to see from a distance.

The camouflage receiver may also prove useful to households whose satellite dishes regularly become home to nesting birds, the activities of which can interfere with the quality of the TV signal. The Sqish costs £149 and an extra £25 for the matt-finish camouflage sticker, and if you are interested you can find more about from here.

7 comments

  • Sacramento Dish Repair July 5, 2008 at 17:34 PMLogin to Reply →

    Very nice product. I need this for my installs.

  • Ana in San Antonio July 5, 2008 at 18:30 PMLogin to Reply →

    Now that is very cool! Who came up with this, the military?

  • Steve July 7, 2008 at 08:12 AMLogin to Reply →

    What satellite dish?, I don’t see any satellite dishes? :)

  • Max July 8, 2008 at 16:22 PMLogin to Reply →

    wow, i’ve never seen those flat satellite antennas before..

    but some of the photographs should have been adjusted to the
    background more precisely, i think.

  • MEEP October 15, 2008 at 03:44 AMLogin to Reply →

    lol! but why?…

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  • Ashlee Anderson January 25, 2013 at 15:08 PMLogin to Reply →

    This is incredible and it makes me wonder why no though of this before. I will say that it does appear to look a lot better when it is not at a severe angle like the 2nd picture. Excited about this one.