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TP-Link WiFi 6 Mesh Router Replacement System | 2- /W6000/AX3000 (DECO X60) Mesh Router | 2- W3600/AX1800 Mesh Routers (DECO X20)

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This is a great deal for TP Link DECO X20/AX1800 OR TP Link DECO X60/W6000/AX3000
Additional discount Code WOWFRESH ($10 OFF) + AMEX ($10 OFF when you spend $35+ on walmart.com - upto 4 times)

TP-Link Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Router Replacement System | 2- Mesh Routers | Deco W6000(2-pack) | 5,000 sq. ft. of WiFi Coverage | Same As Deco X60/AX3000 - 2PK

Price $151 - $10 (Amex) - $10 Code (WOWFRESH) = $131 total
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Price $123 - $10 (Amex) - $10 Code (WOWFRESH) = $103 total

**** For W6000 Price keeps changing between 123 and 151. Keep a watch so your total will be $103

UPDATE: I actually got back $40 from Amex instead of $10 . Don't know why. Attached are screenshots in images section for proof. ( AMEX ($10 OFF when you spend $35+ on walmart.com - upto 4 times)- Make sure you add Amex offer to the card before the purchase

https://www.walmart.com/ip/TP-Lin.../609067833

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TP-Link WiFi 6 Mesh Router Replacement System | 2- AX1800 Mesh Routers | Coverage up to 4,000 Sq ft. | Same as Deco X20/AX1800 - 2PK

Price $131 - $10 (Amex) - $10 Code (WOWFRESH) = $111 total
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Price $111 - $10 (Amex) - $10 Code (WOWFRESH) = $91 total

**** For W3800 Price keeps changing between 111 and 131. Keep a watch so your total will be $91


https://www.walmart.com/ip/TP-Lin...hbdg=L1300

ALSO POSTED IS SCREESNHOT OF MY ORDER WITH FINAL PRICE. ($113) + AMEX $10 WILL GET BACK ON CARD - MAKING IT $103
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ChadP25 asked this question on 01-18-2022 at 10:14 AM
01-18-2022 at 05:34 PM
Perhaps, but its a good price. You can always sell one of the nodes separately if not needed. They are able to function independently.
AbSoluTc asked this question on 01-19-2022 at 10:45 AM
01-22-2022 at 06:33 PM
Eero is good too.. But if you want WiFi 6 AX model its over 250-300$ .. Cheaper ones are AC models.
Intranetizen asked this question on 01-18-2022 at 11:39 AM
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Seems decent if you can get the lower price. Anyway to find out which locations have the lower price without switching stores manually?
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Seems decent if you can get the lower price. Anyway to find out which locations have the lower price without switching stores manually?
The price for W6000 keeps switching between 123 and 151 on site ... I just cancelled my old order and ordered again with 123 for higher model. I attached screenshot for your reference
You would need to use brickseek for local store inventory but I would call the store to confirm since the price may not be updated
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are these dual band or tri band?
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I saw the price at $123 and by the time I had decided to buy it went up to $151 again. The WOWFRESH promo code is not working for me. I get "Sorry, you are not eligible for this promo". I'm not using AMEX if that matters.
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are these dual band or tri band?
I'm not an expert on mesh wifi but it appears this is dual-band. The main reason I was looking at this unit was because it has the option for Ethernet backhaul. If Ethernet is not an option then it seems you would be better suited to look for a tri-band system.
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not eligible for WOWFRESH
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I'm not an expert on mesh wifi but it appears this is dual-band. The main reason I was looking at this unit was because it has the option for Ethernet backhaul. If Ethernet is not an option then it seems you would be better suited to look for a tri-band system.
This is true. I have the 3 unit x60 from Costco. All wired via Ethernet backhaul and it works great in our house.
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I saw the price at $123 and by the time I had decided to buy it went up to $151 again. The WOWFRESH promo code is not working for me. I get "Sorry, you are not eligible for this promo". I'm not using AMEX if that matters.

The price keeps switching .. WOWFRESH works for first order I guess
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are these dual band or tri band?
Yes they are dual band. Do a little research around them . I did mine they outperformed my needs. I think 2 TP Link WIFI 6 AX3000 mesh routers @ 103$ are a steal
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These are fine as a stopgap solution until Wifi 6E routers become widely available.
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are these the one that overheats?
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Just a bit of technical info... W6000 is not exactly the same as X60/AX3000.

W6000 - 2x2 MIMO at 160 MHz on the 5 GHz band. 4 streams total when you count the 2 on 2.4 GHz.

X60/AX3000 - 4x4 MIMO at 80 MHz on the 5 GHz band. 6 streams total when you count the 2 on 2.4GHz.

I have the W6000 set from the $123.41 deal. I agree the price switches randomly. They are working fine for me with ethernet backhaul, but I'm considering switching to the X60/AX3000 for the increased simultaneous stream capacity.
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Quote from tchalljr :
Just a bit of technical info... W6000 is not exactly the same as X60/AX3000.

W6000 - 2x2 MIMO at 160 MHz on the 5 GHz band. 4 streams total when you count the 2 on 2.4 GHz.

X60/AX3000 - 4x4 MIMO at 80 MHz on the 5 GHz band. 6 streams total when you count the 2 on 2.4GHz.

I have the W6000 set from the $123.41 deal. I agree the price switches randomly. They are working fine for me with ethernet backhaul, but I'm considering switching to the X60/AX3000 for the increased simultaneous stream capacity.
Yeah I read they said this to be Retail version of AX3000 - similar in specs if not same. But you are right. Regardless I guess for $103(with coupons) entry level WIFI 6 AX3000 mesh system is not a bad deal. Below is link to tp-link site. I am not an expert at all - Just saw some YouTube videos/ articles

https://www.tp-link.com/us/deco-m.../#overview
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If you have some IoT devices, tread lightly.

Old cameras, home assistants, doorbells, Pool automation, these things stink with wifi 6.
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