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2-Pack Linksys Velop Wireless AC-2600 Dual Band WiFi System Kit EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video.com has 2-Pack Linksys Velop Wireless AC-2600 Dual Band WiFi System (w/ Wall Mount Kit) on sale for $229.96 - Extra $129.97 off coupon found on product page = $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks torr310

Note, must clip the coupon found on product page before checking out. Expected availability is 7-10 business days.

Additionally, B&H Photo Video.com also has 3-Pack Linksys Velop Wireless AC-3900 Dual Band WiFi System (w/ Wall Mount Kit + Smart Plug) on sale for $334.95 - Extra $134.96 off coupon found on product page = $199.99. Shipping is free.

Note, expected availability within 7-10 business days.
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MSRPReg: $199.99 Save $70.00 (35% off)
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B&H Photo
AC2600 - 2 pack
$229.96 - $129.97 Coupon = $99.99
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr..._band.html

AC3900 - 3 pack
$329.95 - $129.96 Coupon = $199.99
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr..._band.html
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These are actually AC1300 each node. They combine them to make it AC2600. Stupid marketing. lol
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Been wanting to try the Velop. Ordered the $99 pair from B&H. Can't wait to hook them up. Thanks.
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I believe these are the dual band "mini's" and not the tri-band full size AC2200 nodes. The tri-band nodes almost always cost $100 or more per node, even when on sale.
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Tri-band 3-pack is $300 from Dell right now if you can utilize Amex $60 off offer. Good luck
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Can I use these together with my tri-band velops?
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These are actually AC1300 each node. They combine them to make it AC2600. Stupid marketing. lol
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How are these compare to TPlink Deco M5 AC1300?
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Didnt even look. Just bought. My router recently started acting wonky and $100 for a two pack is a steal. Even if they aren't the tri band ones
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Didnt even look. Just bought. My router recently started acting wonky and $100 for a two pack is a steal. Even if they aren't the tri band ones
Same here. I'm tired of my Netgear wifi extenders.
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In terms of better bang for your buck, which is better, this or the costco tri band 3 pack for $200?
My house is a single story 2500 sqft, I only have 50 mbps xfinity.
I'm guessing I don't need the tri band for speed and the 2 pack should be plenty of coverage for my house?
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Can I use these together with my tri-band velops?
Yes they do
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Are these units symmetric? Can you buy 2 sets of the 2-unit kit and make a 4-node system, or are they different between the 2?
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The costco 3 pack seems to be 1 bigger unit with 2 smaller 1300?
Linksys Velop Intelligent Mesh WiFi System, Tri-Band, 3-pack, White (AC4600)

https://www.costco.com/Linksys-Ve...20634.html
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Purchased the 4pak from costco a while back for work---I dislike them LMAO--there's always a slight delay with mobile devices.. it's the damndest thing..

I'll most likely return and just go with Google Wifi
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