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Amazon eero mesh Wi-Fi router/extender - £69 @ Amazon
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Posted 27th Mar

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Single £69 / Pro £125
3 Pack £174 / 3 Pack Pro £299

  • Fast stand-alone router: the eero mesh Wi-Fi router connects to your existing modem to bring up to 140 sq.m of fast, reliable Wi-Fi to your home.
  • Maximum flexibility: add to your coverage any time with eero's straightforward, cross-compatible hardware.
  • Works with your internet service provider: eero connects with your modem to bring your existing internet connection to every corner of your home.
  • Set up in minutes: the eero app walks you through setup and allows you to manage and control your network from anywhere.
  • Entertainment-grade Wi-Fi: get the most from your Wi-Fi by streaming, gaming and working from anywhere in your home.
  • Gets better over time: automatic updates keep your network safe and secure.
  • TrueMesh technology: eero intelligently routes traffic to avoid congestion, buffering and loss of connection.
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If you have virgin superhub3 I recommend one of these. We have a 3 bed and getting a good signal with no drop out and the full 500mbps in every corner of the house so only the one was enough for me. Quick tip for anyone buying this if you got the superhub and still want to use all the Ethernet ports DO NOT put your superhub into modem mode as only one Ethernet port will work. Just disable the 2 wifi signals in your hubs settings this allows all the Ethernet ports to stay active while not interfering with the eeros WiFi signal.
hksam0727/03/2020 13:43

sorry i’m new to this and i have a superhub3, which 2 wifi signals should i …sorry i’m new to this and i have a superhub3, which 2 wifi signals should i disable ? thanks


Log into your router via a browser when connected to the WiFi. Type 192.168.0.1 into your browser, log in (password is on the bottom of your router) and disable 2.4ghz and 5ghz frequencies. If you then want to reactivate the signals, you’ll need to plug an Ethernet into the router & a laptop and type in 192.168.0.1 again
Edited by: "BS1234" 27th Mar
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These are brilliant. Great wifi, easy to set up, fast customer service when u have any questions. I bought the 3x pro pack but honestly, it’s overkill for my property size. Got a friend to buy one of the £69 ones for his 2 bed terrace and he said it gave a massive improvement in speed and coverage.
This looks interesting, tempted to buy.
I wonder how these compare to the orbi.
I'm new to all this. What's the difference between this and say an extender from tp link?
Perfect timing, OP, as I was just looking at grabbing one of these last night to (hopefully) improve upon the terrible range offered by the Virgin Superhub. Thanks!
PS Pro showed up as £125 for me
Could you use these in conjunction with TP Link M4 for example?
Bought thanks op!
Has anyone used these with bt fttc? Some reviews say pppoe not supported?
I recommend as well - using with PlusNet and it's massively better and more stable. No more lost wifi connections that were happening before contstantly!
Edited by: "Felis" 27th Mar
Is this any better than gen 1 Google WiFi?
Is this better than bt whole home wifi
If you have virgin superhub3 I recommend one of these. We have a 3 bed and getting a good signal with no drop out and the full 500mbps in every corner of the house so only the one was enough for me. Quick tip for anyone buying this if you got the superhub and still want to use all the Ethernet ports DO NOT put your superhub into modem mode as only one Ethernet port will work. Just disable the 2 wifi signals in your hubs settings this allows all the Ethernet ports to stay active while not interfering with the eeros WiFi signal.
Does anyone know if this works with Sky Q meshed WiFi?
YNWA202027/03/2020 13:23

If you have virgin superhub3 I recommend one of these. We have a 3 bed and …If you have virgin superhub3 I recommend one of these. We have a 3 bed and getting a good signal with no drop out and the full 500mbps in every corner of the house so only the one was enough for me. Quick tip for anyone buying this if you got the superhub and still want to use all the Ethernet ports DO NOT put your superhub into modem mode as only one Ethernet port will work. Just disable the 2 wifi signals in your hubs settings this allows all the Ethernet ports to stay active while not interfering with the eeros WiFi signal.


sorry i’m new to this and i have a superhub3, which 2 wifi signals should i disable ? thanks
hksam0727/03/2020 13:43

sorry i’m new to this and i have a superhub3, which 2 wifi signals should i …sorry i’m new to this and i have a superhub3, which 2 wifi signals should i disable ? thanks


Log into your router via a browser when connected to the WiFi. Type 192.168.0.1 into your browser, log in (password is on the bottom of your router) and disable 2.4ghz and 5ghz frequencies. If you then want to reactivate the signals, you’ll need to plug an Ethernet into the router & a laptop and type in 192.168.0.1 again
Edited by: "BS1234" 27th Mar
BS123427/03/2020 14:00

Log into your router via a browser when connected to the WiFi. Type …Log into your router via a browser when connected to the WiFi. Type 192.168.0.1 into your browser, log in (password is on the bottom of your router) and disable 2.4ghz and 5ghz frequencies. If you then want to reactivate the signals, you’ll need to plug an Ethernet into the router & a laptop and type in 192.168.0.1 again


got it , many thanks!!
I’m on Virgin hub3 and have been looking into buying a new router mainly to increase WiFi range and speed. Been eying up ones in the £100-£150 range.

Can anyone advise on whether this will do the same job or am I better with an Asus AC86U or a Netgear Nighthawk Ac1900?
Got the much maligned Superhub 3.

4 bed detached house - would this do or do I go for the 3 pack?

Get 220mb on WiFi in the front room but both kids upstairs on their PS4’s moaning they are getting 500 ping on Fortnite. 40-50mb in most other rooms. The horror for them.
fizzybenilyn27/03/2020 15:05

I’m on Virgin hub3 and have been looking into buying a new router mainly t …I’m on Virgin hub3 and have been looking into buying a new router mainly to increase WiFi range and speed. Been eying up ones in the £100-£150 range. Can anyone advise on whether this will do the same job or am I better with an Asus AC86U or a Netgear Nighthawk Ac1900?


I had the exact same dilemma and I went for the eero and it was more than enough a month later and still no problems. Much stronger signal and getting faster speeds, massive improvement over the super hub. Can’t see why it wouldn’t be the same for you but if not you can always return it.
YNWA202027/03/2020 15:57

I had the exact same dilemma and I went for the eero and it was more than …I had the exact same dilemma and I went for the eero and it was more than enough a month later and still no problems. Much stronger signal and getting faster speeds, massive improvement over the super hub. Can’t see why it wouldn’t be the same for you but if not you can always return it.


Did you get 1 or 3 pack?
MKP36527/03/2020 15:09

Got the much maligned Superhub 3.4 bed detached house - would this do or …Got the much maligned Superhub 3.4 bed detached house - would this do or do I go for the 3 pack?Get 220mb on WiFi in the front room but both kids upstairs on their PS4’s moaning they are getting 500 ping on Fortnite. 40-50mb in most other rooms. The horror for them.


My kids would complain about the signal in there rooms before with the super hub 3 but now they don’t now so one has worked for me in a 3 bed house. I can only speak from my experience and it’s definitely a big improvement over the superhub3 in speed, range and signal strength so you should see an improvement with just one anyway and if it’s still an issue after you set it up and test it, return the one and order the 3 pack.
MKP36527/03/2020 16:09

Did you get 1 or 3 pack?

Was replying to your previous question then I saw this after lol just the 1.
Edited by: "YNWA2020" 27th Mar
these don't do PPPoE as i realised only after ordering last time they were on offer which makes them a pain for the majority of setups. I wanted to replace my talktalk hub (have a separate g.fast modem) but with this i would have ended up with 3 boxes and not the full functionality so it was returned

Great price though!
Dembe27/03/2020 12:08

I wonder how these compare to the orbi.


These are slightly slower than Orbi, but drastically easier to set up and manage on an ongoing basis. Worth the trade off for me
MKP36527/03/2020 15:09

Got the much maligned Superhub 3.4 bed detached house - would this do or …Got the much maligned Superhub 3.4 bed detached house - would this do or do I go for the 3 pack?Get 220mb on WiFi in the front room but both kids upstairs on their PS4’s moaning they are getting 500 ping on Fortnite. 40-50mb in most other rooms. The horror for them.


Depends on the age of the house, 1930’s or older - thick walls, dense bricks, go with a 3 pack. 1950s and onwards, wooden stud walls, you might just get a away with a single router.
This or Tenda Nova MW3 3 pack for £9 less?
SuperHardCousin27/03/2020 13:40

Does anyone know if this works with Sky Q meshed WiFi?


I Purchased one last time they was on offer and have just got around to setting it up today
from what I have been told and been reading you still need to have your sky router connected to your mini boxes
I’ve only connected my phone to the eero mesh up to yet and its made a big difference
works perfectly out side now when sat on garden for FaceTime etc also getting better speeds
just ordered a second for my living room as hoping to make it even better
very impressed and so easy to set up
YNWA202027/03/2020 16:16

Was replying to your previous question then I saw this after lol just the …Was replying to your previous question then I saw this after lol just the 1.



i am using virgin hub 3 too on ground floor. dont have signal on third floor.
if i going to buy this. do i need to get at least 3 pack?
if 1 pack, am i right to diable the hub wifi and use this, can they get to third floor.

i did purchased the booster (on 2nd floor), but very unable and create a lot of hassals (i.e chromecast not working correctly etc, sometime booster not corrected etc)
Happyday123427/03/2020 18:05

i am using virgin hub 3 too on ground floor. dont have signal on third …i am using virgin hub 3 too on ground floor. dont have signal on third floor. if i going to buy this. do i need to get at least 3 pack? if 1 pack, am i right to diable the hub wifi and use this, can they get to third floor.i did purchased the booster (on 2nd floor), but very unable and create a lot of hassals (i.e chromecast not working correctly etc, sometime booster not corrected etc)


Too many variables to give you a firm answer (property age, type, router location), but one will definitely improve it. Three will solve it, and be drastically better than a booster, boosters are a different (older) tech to true Mesh Wifi.
samansam27/03/2020 17:23

This or Tenda Nova MW3 3 pack for £9 less?


This, dear god, this. There’s a reason you can get three of those for the price of one of these...! U get what u pay for!!
my virgin super hub keeps dropping out and losing connection, both wired and wifi, will this replace the router or is it an add on?
I see mention of Alexa in a lot of the reviews of this but it’s never made quite clear, do they have Alexa built into them or can you just control them with Alexa?
is it worth getting the pro version if i only have the m200 virgin media package ?
YNWA202027/03/2020 13:23

If you have virgin superhub3 I recommend one of these. We have a 3 bed and …If you have virgin superhub3 I recommend one of these. We have a 3 bed and getting a good signal with no drop out and the full 500mbps in every corner of the house so only the one was enough for me. Quick tip for anyone buying this if you got the superhub and still want to use all the Ethernet ports DO NOT put your superhub into modem mode as only one Ethernet port will work. Just disable the 2 wifi signals in your hubs settings this allows all the Ethernet ports to stay active while not interfering with the eeros WiFi signal.


For this money you could go Unifi for some decent prosumer stuff.
Can you fully kick devices off the network and block them? My google WiFi doesn’t have this feature and so need to reset the password and kick all devices off.
I'm on EE broadband and wonder what others experiences are changing to an Eero setup?
Can I use this with a 4g router?
How does this compare with Tenda mw3?
Anyone have experience using these with the sky hub? :/
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