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  • Whole-home Wi-Fi 6 coverage - eero covers up to 1,500 sq. ft. with wifi speeds up to 900 Mbps.
  • TrueMesh technology intelligently routes traffic to reduce drop-offs so you can confidently stream 4K video, game, and video conference.
  • Wi-Fi 6 delivers faster wifi with support for 75+ devices simultaneously.
  • Built-in Zigbee smart home hub - eero 6 connects compatible devices on your network with Alexa—so there's no need to buy separate smart home hubs for each device.

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  • Amazon Return Policy: Eligible for returns within 30-Days.
  • Reviews: This eero 6 Router receives 4.4 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 2,400 Customer Reviews.
  • Includes 1-year limited warranty.
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Last Edited by scottzee June 7, 2021 at 09:22 AM
They also have the 3-pack of Eero 6 routers available for $226 with Prime Day savings [amazon.com].

Note that this is not the standard 3-pack which includes 1 router and 2 extenders (which have no wired backhaul), but 3 routers which each have two gigabit ethernet ports so you can have wired backhaul.

This is the cheapest price I've seen for these. Normal price is $350, and they're occasionally on sale for $279.
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LastActionHero1 asked this question on 06-08-2021 at 10:57 AM
06-08-2021 at 10:57 AM
It may not apply to this deal but in some cases and for some products, there were better deals on pre-Prime Day sales than Prime Day itself. The beauty is that you can buy and hold till Prime Day - return if there’s a better price
MrCowboy asked this question on 06-08-2021 at 10:57 AM
06-18-2021 at 04:29 PM
For thr price and flexibility.. 95% of the devices won't ever utilize the pro..speeds... if each device that connects to the dual wifi gets speeds of 300mbs.. you can do anything
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It does indeed have wired backhaul. The extenders are the ones that do not, but if you want additional wired nodes, just add additional routers. I currently have three of these, all on wired backhaul.
I have three of these and, overall, they work great. My main complaint is the subscription service, "Eero Secure." At first I thought it was just for additional security features that I would never use, but once my free trial expired, I learned that it also won't let you view your device bandwidth usage without it, which is really shitty of them. They have a Day, Week, and Month tab of the Activity screen, and you can only access the Week tab without a subscription.
I'm the same way. I have an old Nighthawk R7000 that I'm going to replace soon, likely with Eero. I moved into a bigger house and now priority is larger coverage and consistency, which Eero seems to meet those needs. I am very sure I don't fully utilize the security features/options on my nighthawk now, so I thought the subscription features you pay for on Eero wouldn't be missed. but THIS sounds like a feature I'd want. Wonder what else I'd be missing out on, cause there's no way in hell i'm paying monthly for anything. (if I wanted to pay monthly, i'd just rent equipment from my provider, which also ain't happening)

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No wired backhaul. Subscription based security service.
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No wired backhaul. Subscription based security service.
How does a wireless router have a subscription?
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How does a wireless router have a subscription?
Most of the newer wireless mesh systems have a built in "network security system".
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Most of the newer wireless mesh systems have a built in "network security system".
Maybe I'm dumb with this but how is it a security system? I need a new router and will get WiFi 6, but do they sell all the sensors for it like wyze, ring, etc?
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Maybe I'm dumb with this but how is it a security system? I need a new router and will get WiFi 6, but do they sell all the sensors for it like wyze, ring, etc?
Network security is different from your alarm system. Generally basic Network security includes firewall set up, parental controls etc.

Google network security- you will find more information.
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The two pack (router plus extender) is 129.99 (normally 199.99) as well!
https://www.amazon.com/Staging-Pr...ces&sr=1-2
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No wired backhaul. Subscription based security service.
It does indeed have wired backhaul. The extenders are the ones that do not, but if you want additional wired nodes, just add additional routers. I currently have three of these, all on wired backhaul.
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How does a wireless router have a subscription?
If you want the Amazon security service you have to pay for it. I think Netgear does the same thing.
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Tempted, and in need of one, but wondering what amazon prime day will bring in a couple of weeks. Maybe I buy now and then if prime day hits with a better deal, try for a return or refund the difference.
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Will this go lower on Prime Day?
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I have three of these and, overall, they work great. My main complaint is the subscription service, "Eero Secure." At first I thought it was just for additional security features that I would never use, but once my free trial expired, I learned that it also won't let you view your device bandwidth usage without it, which is really shitty of them. They have a Day, Week, and Month tab of the Activity screen, and you can only access the Week tab without a subscription.
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I have three of these and, overall, they work great. My main complaint is the subscription service, "Eero Secure." At first I thought it was just for additional security features that I would never use, but once my free trial expired, I learned that it also won't let you view your device bandwidth usage without it, which is really shitty of them. They have a Day, Week, and Month tab of the Activity screen, and you can only access the Week tab without a subscription.
I'm the same way. I have an old Nighthawk R7000 that I'm going to replace soon, likely with Eero. I moved into a bigger house and now priority is larger coverage and consistency, which Eero seems to meet those needs. I am very sure I don't fully utilize the security features/options on my nighthawk now, so I thought the subscription features you pay for on Eero wouldn't be missed. but THIS sounds like a feature I'd want. Wonder what else I'd be missing out on, cause there's no way in hell i'm paying monthly for anything. (if I wanted to pay monthly, i'd just rent equipment from my provider, which also ain't happening)
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