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TP-Link Deco M9 Plus AC2200 Smart Home Mesh Wi-Fi System Tri-band (3-Pack, Refurbished) $124.95 USD +FS

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[B&H Photo Video] TP-Link Deco M9 Plus AC2200 Smart Home Mesh Wi-Fi System Tri-band (3-Pack, Refurbished) $124.95 USD +FS

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Was browsing for a tri-band mesh wifi system to replace my Google onhub mesh system and came across this refurbished deal on B&H. These 3packs have been on sale before but appears to be ATL.

TP-Link Deco M9 Plus 3pack, it's refurbished, but its $124.95 USD + free shipping. Deal lasts till Dec 29 11:59PM EST. They can also include taxes/duties. Worked out to be ~$133 USD shipped to Alberta.

Edit: Now past expiry time for original deal... Price still valid but now says " Limited supply at this price" .

Edit 2: Now Dec 30 12:20am EST.. deal is semi-dead with price now at $139.95USD :(
Last edited by coilz on Dec 30th, 2021 12:19 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Looking to upgrade your WiFi? RFD Reviews has a roundup of the best mesh routers!
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Newbie
Sep 15, 2003
91 posts
34 upvotes
Ottawa
Nice find! I've been eyeing an upgrade for my wifi
Sr. Member
Dec 21, 2006
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NigelL64428 wrote: FYI since they are refurbished it seems like they don’t come with the parental controls, antivirus and QoS…as per the Q&As at least
Doubt it. It doesn't seem you need to enter a pin code or something. Unboxing of a new unit from YouTube doesn't have some sort of activation code. Of course, no one can confirm that, unless any RFDer who bought it before can confirm.
Newbie
Apr 10, 2018
60 posts
46 upvotes
Bought one few weeks back, great deal, very easy to setup. I received price matching since it's $25 cheaper now.
Sr. Member
Nov 3, 2013
700 posts
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Regina, SK
I've been wanting to switch to a mesh and this deal made me do it. Thanks OP!
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Sep 22, 2005
3983 posts
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Ottawa
Thanks OP, ordered one to replace the 2 OnHubs that I got from B&H years ago. Total cost is $142 USD to Ontario.
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Jul 15, 2009
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NigelL64428 wrote: FYI since they are refurbished it seems like they don’t come with the parental controls, antivirus and QoS…as per the Q&As at least
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Jr. Member
Jul 24, 2010
103 posts
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Toronto
Not a tech guy so it might sound amusing for some RFders

This is wifi5 and not wifi6 - is that a deal breaker?
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Sep 23, 2010
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watul wrote: Not a tech guy so it might sound amusing for some RFders

This is wifi5 and not wifi6 - is that a deal breaker?
It should not be, most devices in your house won't be wifi6 right now.
This is a solid solution, I got the same from B&H and my speeds were better than the 'business' level Tplink eap225/245. The only reason I returned mine was they got really hot at the bottom of the puck, most people here said it should not be an issue but I was concerned about the long term effects of it so returned mine just because of that.
Performance wise these are awesome.
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Jan 26, 2004
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Toronto
watul wrote: Not a tech guy so it might sound amusing for some RFders

This is wifi5 and not wifi6 - is that a deal breaker?
Wifi 6 allows for faster transfer of data through the wifi but you need the electronics that have WiFi 6. Most of the stuff in your house is wifi 5 most likely. Pretty much wifi 6 will eventually be the standard but not quite there yet.
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Feb 5, 2017
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NigelL64428 wrote: FYI since they are refurbished it seems like they don’t come with the parental controls, antivirus and QoS…as per the Q&As at least
I bought these same refurbished ones last month. Anti-virus, Parental Controls, QOS are all there and appear to be working
Sr. Member
Dec 24, 2018
681 posts
716 upvotes
Canada
Quick question for anyone who has these pucks. Would you know if they would work in a garage (with average winter temperature below 10 degrees in winter). I live in the GTA and my current setup is not strong enough to cover the garage area and I really need it for my wifi camera.
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Oct 2, 2013
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FlyingSausage wrote: Quick question for anyone who has these pucks. Would you know if they would work in a garage (with average winter temperature below 10 degrees in winter). I live in the GTA and my current setup is not strong enough to cover the garage area and I really need it for my wifi camera.
Yes I have one in the shed to cover the backyard and it is not heated. All good for 3 years.
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Mar 19, 2002
388 posts
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FlyingSausage wrote: Quick question for anyone who has these pucks. Would you know if they would work in a garage (with average winter temperature below 10 degrees in winter). I live in the GTA and my current setup is not strong enough to cover the garage area and I really need it for my wifi camera.
SquadG wrote: Yes I have one in the shed to cover the backyard and it is not heated. All good for 3 years.
I’ve got one in my attached garage (none heated but insulated ) for the past 2 years . I’m in southern Ontario and they have survived.
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Newbie
Mar 24, 2010
94 posts
23 upvotes
Calgary
Ordered the Costco $299 Google mesh 4 pack. Would this give me same for less price? I like that these have ethernet ports.
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Jul 20, 2016
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zstubin wrote: Ordered the Costco $299 Google mesh 3 pack. Would this give me same for less price? I like that these have ethernet ports.
I'm seeing a 4-pack for $299?

Anyway I think all Google mesh are dual-band. If you're connecting them wirelessly I think this tri-band TP-Link will do better.
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Mar 24, 2010
94 posts
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Calgary
Yes. Edit to 4 pack. Thanks.

I have Shaw modem only ATM. I'd like to turn off shaw wifi and use the pucks solely for wifi. Currently far corners/bedrooms are spotty for internet.
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May 26, 2010
419 posts
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Saskatchewan
zstubin wrote: Yes. Edit to 4 pack. Thanks.

I have Shaw modem only ATM. I'd like to turn off shaw wifi and use the pucks solely for wifi. Currently far corners/bedrooms are spotty for internet.
I think what neonic was mentioning is do you have "wired backhaul" aka will you be connecting the units/nodes via ethernet or will you just plug them in to the power outlet and have them all connect wirelessly?

If they are all wireless then a tri-band is ideal and the M9's for the price from the OP are a great deal.

If they are wired together then the google will be fine although my opinion is I would still go with the M9's over google. Another alternative is the eero 6 ($279). And if you want to go up in price and are wired the TP-Link X60 ($350) or wireless Orbi RBK752 ($399 - although more powerful only 2 units)

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