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Luma Mesh WiFi Router 3 Pack - $95 + free shipping @ PC Mag Shop

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Luma Home WiFi Mesh Router - 3 Pack
  • 3 Mesh WiFi points
  • Free APP support
  • 802.11ac with up to 3900Mb/s
  • Two Gigabit Ethernet Ports

$95.00 + free shipping
With CODE: 5OFF
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https://shop.pcmag.com/products/luma-home-wifi-mesh-router-3-pack​ [pcmag.com]
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I bought this a few months ago for $149, excellent product
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$125 on Amazon - 3.5 stars. Anyone have experience with the brand?
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Use code "5off" for extra $4.99 off. Not sure if YMMV. I had a pop-up come up with the code and applied it at payment screen.

actually nevermind. you have it already.
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Just purchased the Tenda Nova and it arrives tomorrow. Would be interested in hearing some feedback about this product.
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Have had this for over a year...garbage imo. Constant connectivity issues, poor support. If you insist on buying head over to eBay, 3 packs selling cheap.
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Yeah. Tried one of these awhile back. Had a lot of issues with them. Have since used both the Linksys Velop and Netgear Orbi systems, both of which are much, much better (and admittedly much more expensive)
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Why are these systems so simplified as far as routing functions go???

I'm going to guess it's probably on par with the Tenda Nova - which I have and have been happy with for the most part... Except for it's limited routing features. I ended up using an ASUS AC1900 as the main router because it's more robust, and just using the Nova's in bridge mode as mesh access points.
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took me a LONG time to get these working, but it was because they auto-download the latest firmware in steps. In any case, once I finally got them working, they've been great.
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Good deal and good product thanks OP!
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Just purchased the Tenda Nova and it arrives tomorrow. Would be interested in hearing some feedback about this product.
I switched from an Asus AC3200 to the Tenda Novas. Very happy with the Nova instead, I'm getting less/no dropouts whereas my Asus would cause a temporary lag when playing phone games
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Anyone have a promo code more than 5%?
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I switched from an Asus AC3200 to the Tenda Novas. Very happy with the Nova instead, I'm getting less/no dropouts whereas my Asus would cause a temporary lag when playing phone games
I second this, I've had the Tenda Nova for a few weeks any my signal is rock solid throughout my house and yard.
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Yeah I have a pack of 3 for my parents multi unit house, thinking it would solve connectivity issues. It's crap. I should've gotten a $150 router and $100 range extender instead, for the same price of a 3 pack.
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I bought these when they were on sale at Microcenter for $40 for 3 pack. I must say that this was the worst consumer product that I have ever used. The support is fair at best, but the products were unreliable and difficult to manage and basically didn't work. DON'T DO IT..
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