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[Staples] *HOT DEAL*Netgear Orbi AC2200 3-Pack $229.99 (with coupon) Reg $399.99

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[Staples] *HOT DEAL*Netgear Orbi AC2200 3-Pack $229.99 (with coupon) Reg $399.99

Originally purchased on Black Friday Sale Price $229.99 for 2-Pack

Original price: $399.99. Now on sale for $249.99 for 3-Pack!!!! = No Brainer, save $150

Valid with discount code $20 off $80 more : 70436

Final price w/ tax after $20 off: 259.89
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wondering if I should get this and return my bell pods... paying just $5 on 4 minis -

I'm kinda waiting to get some mesh wifi6 sometime next year... but this is a good price...
decisions decisions
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I bought the AC3000 (RBK50) version last week. That supports IGMP forwarding, letting me ditch all of Telus's cheap router, wifi and AP that I have from them.

Setup was easy and have much much better wifi throughout our 3200 sq ft home. All the PVR's function as normal.
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interested in pulling the trigger ugh.. my wallet.
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I definitely don’t need one, so I’ll do the right thing and pick one up on my way home. 😎

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Come on! So many options. Is this $30 better than TP Link Deco M5? I am really happy with it, but am a bit annoyed that I can't force my devices onto the 5Ghz network.
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TheGoodDealer wrote: Debating on this and the Deco M4. Around a $70 difference, but I think this Orbi might be a bit overkill for a 2500 sqft home.

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rbanow wrote: Come on! So many options. Is this $30 better than TP Link Deco M5? I am really happy with it, but am a bit annoyed that I can't force my devices onto the 5Ghz network.
3 words: Dedicated Wireless Backhaul.
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roastpuff wrote: 3 words: Dedicated Wireless Backhaul.
That's true. Though I was considering just using powerline adapters and wiring each node to have a wired backhaul.
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Super hot. I bought the eero set on Black Friday. Would have jumped on this if I didn’t get the eero set (I have Ethernet backhaul so I’ll be alright, and the eero app is pretty great. For anyone with a 2 storey house that wants consistently fast wifi with no dead spots a mesh is the way to go. One of the huge benefits with mesh versus extenders is seamless handoff from point to point, I would regularly have to switch on and off wifi before for my phone to reconnect to the best signal.
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roastpuff wrote: 3 words: Dedicated Wireless Backhaul.
That's the extra 5Ghz band?
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anyone know if this would noticeable outperform telus boost wifi? Telus boost wifi has received very favourable reviews and is working pretty flawlessly for me so far.
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Not sure about you guys but i'm using an older AC2300 (R7000) which can be found on amazon for $179.99 right now. It works great for my whole house (2100sq ft each level) and even reaches most of the backyard on a 0.5ac lot. Including the security system I regularly have 60-70 devices using WiFi, have never had to reset it, and speeds remain nice and quick.

I'm not sold on these multiple device systems, i'm sure they work but seems overly complicated.
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Mar 3, 2015
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I just bought the 4 of the Dlink Covrs from Shoppers last week for $200 but damn I wish I waited for this. I can't even return them since Shoppers return policy sucks :( Anyone want to buy 4 almost brand new Dlink Covrs?

The Covrs are alright but even 4 of them struggles to provide consistent coverage for my house.
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Mesh > Routers. Unless you live in a shed.
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how does this compare to the TP Link Deco M9 Plus? Got that on BF for $219.99 + tax...hm...debating to pick this up or not...
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Oct 10, 2018
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Don't know how it compares but been using the Orbi for about 2 weeks now since BF. Amazing constant speeds throughout the entire house, well worth the purchase. Personally I would get the Orbi or Velop.
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great price. i have the RBK50 (tri-band 2 nodes set) and it has been great so far. the web interface is kinda ugly and the cellphone isnt as good as tp-links, but my system been rock solid.

tri-band 3 node at this price is fantastic. as someone mentioned earlier, unless u have ethernet backhaul, dedicated wireless backhaul is fantasticccccccc
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lilguy wrote: how does this compare to the TP Link Deco M9 Plus? Got that on BF for $219.99 + tax...hm...debating to pick this up or not...
That deal was for 2-points, not 3, right?

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