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Amazon has for Prime Members: 3-Pack Amazon eero Pro 6E Tri-band Mesh Wi-Fi 6E System on sale for $419. Shipping is free.
  • Note: You can save up to an additional 25% ($174.75) by trading in qualifying Amazon devices or small consumer electronics. Details of Amazon's trade-in program here
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Deal of the day for $419. Discount of $280 off retail. Send in a trade in system and get additional 25% off retail ($699) $174.75. Plus add whatever trade in total to you savings.

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wd-40 asked this question on 10-06-2022 at 02:06 PM
10-06-2022 at 02:06 PM
I received mine right away
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These have a 2.5GB port on them, which the new Google pros do not. I am upset, since I actually waited for the new Google pros to come out, only for them to cripple it with a 1GB port... I canceled my pre-order and go these.
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I got Eero pro 6's (not Pro 6e) the last deal after a ton of research. They are basically the same price.

At the end of the day...

1. Speeds are nearly identical for non-6e devices

2. Very very very few devices are currently 6e using the 6 ghz band

3. Almost all devices are 5 ghz and the 6 pro has 2x 5 ghz bands while the 6e pro only has 1x 5 ghz band and 1 x 6 ghz band. What happens is you are trading a two lane highway for two separate one lane highways, but one of those two only allows testlas to drive so your main highway is worse.

4. While the 6 ghz band can be used for backhaul, that kinda defeats the purpose of eeros dynamic backhaul algorithm. Also the 6 ghz band will have less range than the 5 ghz band and would either need to front+back haul, or be plugged via ethernet with wired backhaul.

5. Pro 6 on forums seems to generally be way more stable than 6e.


Your call in the end. Honestly I would recommend only even considering the 6e if you have wired backhaul.
This post is entirely wrong.

The 6ghz band, while yes suffers from 2dB drop compared to 5ghz from atmosphere, the FCC allows 30 dBM EIRP for the 6ghz vs 23 dBm for 5ghz.

So you can use more power for the 6ghz band which is more range.


On the backhaul the 6ghz band allows 320mhz wide channels vs the 160mhz that the 5ghz band maxes out at.

So your argument is dumb, because the 6E version is essentially the equivalent to THREE 5ghz channels.

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This works. I had seen this deal in the past, but Amazon was making me wait for the 25% credit until trade in received. I finally traded my old Eeros and sat on the 25% credit until this sale came back. Between the $40 credit for the old gen 1's I sent in plus this deal it was right around $200 for 3 new pro 6e's. Awesome-
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How do I get trade in discount immediately?
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How do I get trade in discount immediately?
YMMV - I never could and finally sent my old ones in then waited. Only way I ever got the discount with the sale price...
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Damn, I wish they had this a few months back. I paid $499 for my two-node Eero Pro 6E kit to replace my Orbi. I could have gotten an extra node, a lower price, and a trade in discount too!

For anyone curious, this is awesome. The best feature (IMO) is that you can set schedules when certain devices are allowed to use the Internet, so I can shut off my kids' iPads and the TV streaming when they should be doing other things, or I can otherwise restrict screen time.
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Is the deal dead? Showing $419 for me...
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Same. Looks dead. Been waiting for these to go on sale.
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What is the cheapest trade in item
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got this from last promo, don't regret it but i wish it was multigig enabled (1 port doesn't really do it). the 25% is on the sale price not on MSRP
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Trade in discount never shows up for me with any product. Does anyone know why it's so?
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Is the deal dead? Showing $419 for me...
I received a 25% discount for trading in my Google WiFi units. Not sure what other WiFi/router setups will get you a discount.
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I got Eero pro 6's (not Pro 6e) the last deal after a ton of research. They are basically the same price.

At the end of the day...

1. Speeds are nearly identical for non-6e devices

2. Very very very few devices are currently 6e using the 6 ghz band

3. Almost all devices are 5 ghz and the 6 pro has 2x 5 ghz bands while the 6e pro only has 1x 5 ghz band and 1 x 6 ghz band. What happens is you are trading a two lane highway for two separate one lane highways, but one of those two only allows testlas to drive so your main highway is worse.

4. While the 6 ghz band can be used for backhaul, that kinda defeats the purpose of eeros dynamic backhaul algorithm. Also the 6 ghz band will have less range than the 5 ghz band and would either need to front+back haul, or be plugged via ethernet with wired backhaul.

5. Pro 6 on forums seems to generally be way more stable than 6e.


Your call in the end. Honestly I would recommend only even considering the 6e if you have wired backhaul.
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Quote from fgyygtdd4 :
I got Eero pro 6's (not Pro 6e) the last deal after a ton of research. They are basically the same price.

At the end of the day...

1. Speeds are nearly identical for non-6e devices

2. Very very very few devices are currently 6e using the 6 ghz band

3. Almost all devices are 5 ghz and the 6 pro has 2x 5 ghz bands while the 6e pro only has 1x 5 ghz band and 1 x 6 ghz band. What happens is you are trading a two lane highway for two separate one lane highways, but one of those two only allows testlas to drive so your main highway is worse.

4. While the 6 ghz band can be used for backhaul, that kinda defeats the purpose of eeros dynamic backhaul algorithm. Also the 6 ghz band will have less range than the 5 ghz band and would either need to front+back haul, or be plugged via ethernet with wired backhaul.

5. Pro 6 on forums seems to generally be way more stable than 6e.


Your call in the end. Honestly I would recommend only even considering the 6e if you have wired backhaul.

This post is entirely wrong.

The 6ghz band, while yes suffers from 2dB drop compared to 5ghz from atmosphere, the FCC allows 30 dBM EIRP for the 6ghz vs 23 dBm for 5ghz.

So you can use more power for the 6ghz band which is more range.


On the backhaul the 6ghz band allows 320mhz wide channels vs the 160mhz that the 5ghz band maxes out at.

So your argument is dumb, because the 6E version is essentially the equivalent to THREE 5ghz channels.
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This post is entirely wrong.

The 6ghz band, while yes suffers from 2dB drop compared to 5ghz from atmosphere, the FCC allows 30 dBM EIRP for the 6ghz vs 23 dBm for 5ghz.

So you can use more power for the 6ghz band which is more range.


On the backhaul the 6ghz band allows 320mhz wide channels vs the 160mhz that the 5ghz band maxes out at.

So your argument is dumb, because the 6E version is essentially the equivalent to THREE 5ghz channels.
Wider channels have more speed and less range my man. If uncongenested 6Ghz with same width channels is less range than 5Ghz, and making the band wider further decreases range and increases speed at low range.

My post is not wrong...


And again, very very very few client devices (maybe a new cell phone) can actually use the 6 ghz band. So it's a ghost town 99% of the time, since a phone isn't using anywhere near full bandwidth for anything at all...
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