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[Costco] D-Link COVR Dual Band AC1200 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System 3pk - COVR-C1203

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[Costco] D-Link COVR Dual Band AC1200 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System 3pk - COVR-C1203

Pretty good pricing on a mesh router. Costco currently has this on clearance for $129.97 in-store only. Great for improving the wifi at home with the two satellites. Vaughan had about 20 of them in stock at noon.The regular price is $249.99

Same model being sold at Amazon below for $234.99
https://www.amazon.ca/D-Link-COVR-C1203 ... B07DHC8ZVB
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Friends don't let friends buy D-Link.
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Jul 17, 2007
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I have a decent internet package at hoem but my wifi sucks, I I have an ac router would something like this help me out.. Sorry not a very tekky when it comes to this.. Maybe it's my modem or I need a new router
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wont touch even if it's $50. Sorry sounds harsh but D-link is that bad.
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Québec
A dual band 3 pods mesh kit is by design a bad product. When you combine that with D-link reputation, that's even worse.
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I suggest avoiding. Decent performance if you do wired uplink to each pod but not that great. I sold exact one on Kijiji and went with Ubiquiti AP setup.
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Perfect for the cottage.
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I had these for a period of 3 months (that's probably telling enough). Sold them at cost.

The coverage was average at best, the app and router interface are awful, and they regularly (1/week) would lock up and need restarting.

I had already made up my mind to replace them when Telus gave us a couple of their Telus Boost units for free. Those, despite the reputation of ISP-provided hardware, are already leagues better than these.
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I’ve had these since late April. They work, but the interference is brutal. I’m hoping to return them with an extension due to Covid.

Is there such a thing as better than these for around the same price? I paid 180 all in.
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carsncars wrote: I had these for a period of 3 months (that's probably telling enough). Sold them at cost.

The coverage was average at best, the app and router interface are awful, and they regularly (1/week) would lock up and need restarting..
Floger78 wrote: I’ve had these since late April. They work, but the interference is brutal. I’m hoping to return them with an extension due to Covid.
Not so perfect for the cottage.
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Jul 14, 2006
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What would you suggest then for a good mesh system? I have rogers gigabit connection but my linksys router gives me spotty 2G coverage and horrible 5G upstairs .... My modem is on my main floor
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Well for what it's worth, I have the COVR-2203 and so far, after a week, they have been pretty solid. They replaced a TP-Link AC1750 router which had problems sustaining a decent signal across the hallway.
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Lukus2017 wrote: Well for what it's worth, I have the COVR-2203 and so far, after a week, they have been pretty solid. They replaced a TP-Link AC1750 router which had problems sustaining a decent signal across the hallway.
I have had the same "covr" unit for 6 months now. 2500 sq ft house and it covers it well (and have one wireless camera about 30 ft outside my house with no issues) I have something like 35 clients total on my network and i cant complain.
I do have one point running with ethernet backhaul.

You can add i think 2 more of these points to the 2203 model too.
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I have the Linksys Velop triband mesh routers.
4 of them. They work ok with wireless backhaul. Great with wired backhaul.
I live in the middle of a a cul-de-sac in the middle of a ring road. I get signal for quite a bit of my neighborhood. LOL.

I ended up using TP-LINK Network over Powerline adapters to do wired backhaul and it really made a huge difference.
I envision any mesh kit, such as the OP kit, with a wired backhaul would work great.

That being said, the OP link is dual band. Not sure how I feel about those.

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