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Costco Members: TP-Link Deco X60 WiFi 6 AX3000 Whole-Home Mesh Dual Band Wi-Fi System EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for it's Members: TP-Link Deco X60 WiFi 6 AX3000 Whole-Home Mesh Dual Band Wi-Fi System on sale for $229.99. Shipping is free. Thanks CatchKAR

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  • 3x Deco X60 Units
  • 3x Power supply unit
  • 1x Ethernet Cable
  • 1x Quick Installation Guide
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Costco Wholesale [costco.com] has for it's Members: TP-Link Deco X60 WiFi 6 AX3000 Whole-Home Mesh Dual Band Wi-Fi System on sale for $229.99 ($329.99 -$100 off) + tax. FREE Shipping.

Must log in with paid membership to view sale pricing and to purchase. The offer is valid from 10/26/2020 to 11/19/2020. While supplies last. Limit 3 per member.

Includes:
  • 3x Deco X60 Units
  • 3x Power supply unit
  • 1x Ethernet Cable
  • 1x Quick Installation Guide
Features:
  • Reach Incredible Speeds up to 3 Gbps (3000 Mbps) with WiFi 6 (802.11AX)
  • Three WiFi 6 Routers Cover up to 7000 Sq Ft with Seamless WiFi Coverage
  • OFDMA and MU-MIMO lets you Connect up to 150+ Devices While Simultaneously Reducing Lag
  • Parent Controls
  • Compatible with all WiFi-Enabled Devices and Works with all Internet Service Providers
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#31
Noob question: I got the Eero (non Pro) for $175 but haven't installed it. I like the ease of use proposition of Eero and Google Wifi but is this a much better investment that's worth returning the Eero for?
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Is the backhaul on the WIFI 6? Does that mean WIFI 6 is useless?
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I just purchased the M9 from Costco for $200 and really tempted to get this since it'll set me up for wifi 6. I can use ethernet back haul.

Can anyone that has made the switch from M9 to this comment?
on the same boat.

M9 seems ok in general but one ANNOYING behavior is it sometimes switch my iPhones to 2.4G from 5G (and reduces the download speed to ~40Mbps instead of ~130Mbs). I googled but found no solution. Anyone using M9 (or even X60) has same issue?

Another con of M9 (and possibly X60) is that parental control does NOT provide internet scheduling, which seems available on other TP-link models (Archer series).

I also tried Netgear Orbi which is ok in terms of speed but its parental control does cost $50/year. Have no experience on (coming) Eero (6) but it seems $30/year subscription is needed if internet scheduling/filtering is desired with parental control. So not sure if the extra cost is worth it for just internet scheduling with Netgear Orib or Eero 6.

I has no plan to use Ethernet backhaul (hard to hide cables), so now 4 options: M9 or X60 with limited parental control but free, (Orbi, Eero 6) good parental control but not free. any advice?
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#34
Thanks for great comparisons between the top offerings. I have Eero Pro and it cannot handle serious torrenting, if anyone is wondering. At high open ports (above 1K), it will randomly drop wifi. I thought VPN would solve that but using it for torrenting also chokes the Eero.

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Bought this some time back for 250 at costco. one of the units was acting weird and not giving good speeds (I checked by swapping). Saw this and bought it for 230!
going to return the other one.
btw, i have recently tried google wifi ($229), eero ($170), orbi ($440) and this deco has best performance IF you use wired backhaul.
eero wants $$$ for parental controls
orbi has NO parental controls
google wifi is 1/3rd the speed of deco but has free parental controls
deco has free parental controls
So if you have wired backhaul and want parental controls, this is perfect (if not defective, so buy 2!)
wired backhaul = connecting the remote units using ethernet.
One thing that I didnt like was the fact that this system was released in june 2020 and the firmware is still the original with zero updates. Seems like either tplink makes really great firmware or are very slow at firmware updates.
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This or the EERO 6??
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TP links doesn't have a feature to figure out bandwidth usage by devices. This has been the most requested feature since the pandemic as the providers are overcharging beyond limit.
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Can you add these on to a network. I already have some TP Link Deco M5's. All backhauled with ethernet cables. But it be a nice option to add some of these around the house as well.
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I also tried Netgear Orbi which is ok in terms of speed but its parental control does cost $50/year. Have no experience on (coming) Eero (6) but it seems $30/year subscription is needed if internet scheduling/filtering is desired with parental control. So not sure if the extra cost is worth it for just internet scheduling with Netgear Orib or Eero 6.

what parental control are yu guys discussing here? to block some websites etc?
with a $30 for RPi and free Pi-hole installation, you can have the advanced parental controls you want, isn't it? Am i missing something (I have 4-5 years to figure this out though), just learning for now.
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This is dual band, not tri band like the Deco M9.

If you are using a wired backhaul, this is probably a better choice.

But if you are using a WiFi backhaul (which is what most people do), I'd stick with the M9.
I have the m9 and have it hooked up with wired backhaul.

Were you not aware or is the x60 better at this for some reason?
Did that come off as rude? Lol I really would like to know if its better...
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Can someone explain in simple terms what wired backhaul many folks are referring to?
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I currently rent the G3100 router from Verizon plus the extender. Have gigabit service. Would this be an upgrade?
Anything is better than most ISP wifi routers....

I would suggest you get the Deco M9 Plus though as it's tri band and is $199 for 3 at costco. Much better than any dual band system. Wifi 6 is kinda a waste right now especially since Wifi 6e is about to be released.
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I have the M5, but that does not seem to work with my house camera. Does anyone know if this would? I have NightOwl HD
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This is dual band, not tri band like the Deco M9.

If you are using a wired backhaul, this is probably a better choice.

But if you are using a WiFi backhaul (which is what most people do), I'd stick with the M9.
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I have the m9 and have it hooked up with wired backhaul.

Were you not aware or is the x60 better at this for some reason?
Did that come off as rude? Lol I really would like to know if its better...
If you have a wired backhaul a tri-band mesh isn't necessary as the 3rd band is for inter node communication. However, as i think about it, I am not so sure? In a tri band mesh, is the 3rd band used for clients if the nodes have a wired backhaul?
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So why do you think you only have a 90 day return window? Routers/Networking gear is NOT listed in Costco's electronics exclusions list: I'd feel pretty confident returning these after 90 days if I had any issues or the price dropped drastically.

https://customerservice.costco.co...n%20policy

What is Costco's return policy?
Risk-Free 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
On Merchandise: We guarantee your satisfaction on every product we sell, and will refund your purchase price*, with the following exceptions:

Electronics: Costco will accept returns within 90 days (from the date the member received the merchandise) for Televisions, Projectors, Major Appliances (refrigerators above 10 cu. ft., freezers, ranges, cooktops, over-the-range microwaves, dishwashers, water heaters, washers and dryers), Computers, Touchscreen Tablets, Smart Watches, Cameras, Aerial Cameras (drones), Camcorders, MP3 players and Cellular Phones (return details will vary by carrier service contract).
Looks like I missed out on returning my 11 year old MP3 player...
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what parental control are yu guys discussing here? to block some websites etc?
with a $30 for RPi and free Pi-hole installation, you can have the advanced parental controls you want, isn't it? Am i missing something (I have 4-5 years to figure this out though), just learning for now.
I've been using Pi-Hole (for ad blocking) for a while running on Docker.

Can you setup varying parental controls per device? With Pi-Hole on R-Pi, I don't think it is possible. It is either block for all or none.
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