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Amazon has for its Prime Members: 3-Pack Amazon eero Pro 6E Tri-band Mesh Wi-Fi 6E Router on sale for $419. Shipping is free.

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Amazon prime accounts have a promotion right now for the 3pack for $419 down from $699 for the wifi 6e tri-band mesh system

If you trade in your old eero set, you get an additional 25% off making total cost for this 3-pack $244.25.

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If you trade in your old eero set, you get an additional 25% off making total cost for this 3-pack $244.25.

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Check out this review if you want some info on them: https://evanmccann.net/blog/2022/...-6e-review
It sounds like you may have too many beacons or nodes. I'm running one Eero Pro 6 for 1600 sq ft. I could possibly use two if mine wasn't in the middle of the house. I don't feel like the Pro 6E is a must upgrade unless you have a lot of WiFi 6 devices. If I were you, I'd try to cut down the number of nodes, and then call support if things don't improve. The eero Reddit is a good place for information too.

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Looks like a good deal, surprised no comments
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Anyone have experience with these and can vouch for them? I have been running a 2-pack of the Eero Pro (1st gen) with 3 beacons for years and the reliability has been horrible from day 1. For reference, I have 500Mb/s fiber directly cat 6'd to an Eero Pro, then that cat 6'd to another Eero Pro and other devices thru a gig switch. I have a few dozen devices in the house (mostly smart home lights, devices and FireTVs). House is 1650sqft plus garage. I find myself restarting the Eero router once a week to resolve connectivity/reliability issues even inside the house. And with little to no web traffic monitoring capabilities for the kiddos, I am just not happy with myself for paying the steep price for these.
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Looks like a good deal, surprised no comments
I'm torn myself. I just picked up the two tp-link deco x90 tri-band routers for wireless 6 access (not 6e) last week to replace my wireless 5 Google mesh routers I've been using. I Just finished installing all my devices to the decos for around the same $420 mark and so far they are decent, However, im considering switching to these eeros because I don't like the limitations around the TP-Link software. No vpn pass through etc.

The higher subscription of the eeros for $100 a year also provides the onepass and Malwarebytes and ad blocking across all connected devices which the TP-Link doesn't offer with there $60 subscription. Both options unfortunately have certain features hidden behind a lower paywall though. Parental controls etc.

The tp link routers are more powerful but the eero has a third router and offers 6e.

Negative to 6e is that it takes up one of the two 5ghz bands for the 6ghz mode. So if you don't have devices that connect to the 6ghz band, you might be better off with a different wifi 6 router like the deco's instead. Like I said, I'm torn, but the price is right if you want to get onboard with 6e.
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Check out this review if you want some info on them: https://evanmccann.net/blog/2022/...-6e-review
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They also made some good spec comparison charts from the older eero versions here: https://evanmccann.net/blog/eero/...son-charts
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If you trade in your old eero set, you get an additional 25% off making total cost for this 3-pack $244.25.

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If you trade in your old eero set, you get an additional 25% off making total cost for this 3-pack $244.25.

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Added to the description. Thanks!
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Really torn, I want 6E but no idea if I can trust Amazon for my WIFI. Would really prefer something that can be flashed with OpenWRT or similar open source alternative firmware.
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Anyone have experience with these and can vouch for them? I have been running a 2-pack of the Eero Pro (1st gen) with 3 beacons for years and the reliability has been horrible from day 1. For reference, I have 500Mb/s fiber directly cat 6'd to an Eero Pro, then that cat 6'd to another Eero Pro and other devices thru a gig switch. I have a few dozen devices in the house (mostly smart home lights, devices and FireTVs). House is 1650sqft plus garage. I find myself restarting the Eero router once a week to resolve connectivity/reliability issues even inside the house. And with little to no web traffic monitoring capabilities for the kiddos, I am just not happy with myself for paying the steep price for these.
It sounds like you may have too many beacons or nodes. I'm running one Eero Pro 6 for 1600 sq ft. I could possibly use two if mine wasn't in the middle of the house. I don't feel like the Pro 6E is a must upgrade unless you have a lot of WiFi 6 devices. If I were you, I'd try to cut down the number of nodes, and then call support if things don't improve. The eero Reddit is a good place for information too.
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Regarding the trade it, it looks like they will give you the value of the device as an Amazon GC plus you get 25% off the purchase of the new eero unit. Also, it looks like you can trade in any brand router as a trade in and it's not limited to just trading in an old eero.
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Regarding the trade it, it looks like they will give you the value of the device as an Amazon GC plus you get 25% off the purchase of the new eero unit. Also, it looks like you can trade in any brand router as a trade in and it's not limited to just trading in an old eero.
Only issue is if you only have one router, then you have to send it in before you can order the new ones… I have an eero pro and beacon, thinking I'll just trade one in to start and see if I can get the code in time to take advantage of the deal.

Edit: Welp, never mind. Looks like you cannot just trade in the Beacon.
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Tempting.. but should I worry about their data collection policy?
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Tempting.. but should I worry about their data collection policy?
This is what I did with that cause of concern. I created a new email just for the eero account so there is nothing linked or connected to it.
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