Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Mercusys Halo S3(3-Pack) 300Mbps Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System - £41.94 Delivered @ Box
243° Expired

Mercusys Halo S3(3-Pack) 300Mbps Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System - £41.94 Delivered @ Box

£41.94£44.997%Box.co.uk Deals
Deal editor12
Deal editor
243° Expired
Mercusys Halo S3(3-Pack) 300Mbps Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System - £41.94 Delivered @ Box
Posted 19th Aug 2020

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

A little drop on the 3 pack here if you've had your eye on them. There are various mesh systems out there, although this looks to be one of the cheapest set ups out there with a discount. Everyone will have different needs when it comes to this kind of thing, so it won't suit everyone and their home.

Price includes the delivery cost of £2.99



  • One Unified Network
  • Seamless roaming
  • Covers up to 3000 sq.ft. - ideal for 3-5 bedroom houses
  • Connects over 60 devices
  • Expand coverage simply by adding another Halo
  • Hassle-free installation
  • Parental controls
  • HALO S3(3-PACK)

3527606-MWj7y.jpg

MERCUSYS 300MBPS WHOLE HOME MESH WI-FI SYSTEM
  • One Unified Network – With advanced Mesh Technology, Halo units work together to form one unified whole-home network with one Wi-Fi name and one password.
  • Seamless Roaming – Automatically switch between Halos as you move around your home, always getting the best signal to enjoy the fastest connections for all your devices.
  • Ultra-High Performance Wi-Fi – Blanket up to 3,000 square feet (280 m²) with high-speed Wi-Fi, ideal for 3-5 bedroom houses.
  • Connects over 60 devices – Enjoy lag-free connection and non-stop entertainment on all your devices, at the same time.

WHOLE HOME COVERAGE
With Mercusys Mesh Technology, Halo S3 works as a unified system to guarantee a strong Wi-Fi signal in every corner of your home, covering up to 3,000 square feet (280 m²).

SEAMLESS ROAMING
Devices are intelligently connected to the Halo with the strongest signal and highest capacity. No more sudden signal drops or lagging Wi-Fi when you’re walking around the house.

NON-STOP ENTERTAINMENT ON ALL YOUR DEVICES
Halo S3 provides fast connections for over 60 devices at the same time. Keep phones, computers, tablets, and smart home and other IoT devices connected and operating at peak performance.

EXPAND ANYTIME
Halo S3 is compatible with every other Halo model to form a Mesh network. Expand Mesh Wi-Fi coverage anytime by simply adding more Halos.

PARENTAL CONTROL
Supervise children and staff by limiting access. Manage when and how connected devices can access the internet.

GUEST NETWORK

Allow guests to join your Wi-Fi network, while protecting your privacy. Making sharing easy and maintaining security.
Community Updates
12 Comments
Never heard of that brand. Looks terribly like Tenda Nova.
Can't believe how cheap some mesh kits are getting! I have used several of the Tenda MW3, various TP-Link Deco, Linksys Velop and loads of Ubiquiti Amplifi units and as long as you pick the right kit for your needs (layout of property, thinkness of walls, network congestion) then all these sets have worked really well regardless of price.

Had a quick look at these specs and looks like these would be good for you if you have <100Mbps internet connection and you do not have many neighbouring WiFi networks or other 2.4Ghz interference in your home. If you have loads of neighbours networks in your home or a faster internet connection then you'd want dual-band mesh with 5Ghz too.
siliconbits19/08/2020 15:40

Never heard of that brand. Looks terribly like Tenda Nova.


Nor had I but a quick google and looks like this is a TP-Link brand.
Edited by: "Waltz" 19th Aug
Bought the 4 pack a few weeks ago.

Works well enough, only needed 3 though
Waltz19/08/2020 15:45

Can't believe how cheap some mesh kits are getting! I have used several of …Can't believe how cheap some mesh kits are getting! I have used several of the Tenda MW3, various TP-Link Deco, Linksys Velop and loads of Ubiquiti Amplifi units and as long as you pick the right kit for your needs (layout of property, thinkness of walls, network congestion) then all these sets have worked really well regardless of price.Had a quick look at these specs and looks like these would be good for you if you have <100Mbps internet connection and you do not have many neighbouring WiFi networks or other 2.4Ghz interference in your home. If you have loads of neighbours networks in your home or a faster internet connection then you'd want dual-band mesh with 5Ghz too.


I hope you're a professional reviewer to get through that many systems?!
Rickardo20/08/2020 07:25

I hope you're a professional reviewer to get through that many systems?!


I work in IT
Waltz19/08/2020 15:45

Can't believe how cheap some mesh kits are getting! I have used several of …Can't believe how cheap some mesh kits are getting! I have used several of the Tenda MW3, various TP-Link Deco, Linksys Velop and loads of Ubiquiti Amplifi units and as long as you pick the right kit for your needs (layout of property, thinkness of walls, network congestion) then all these sets have worked really well regardless of price.Had a quick look at these specs and looks like these would be good for you if you have <100Mbps internet connection and you do not have many neighbouring WiFi networks or other 2.4Ghz interference in your home. If you have loads of neighbours networks in your home or a faster internet connection then you'd want dual-band mesh with 5Ghz too.


Do you recommend any dual band 5ghz for a reasonable price?
ams_Sxi20/08/2020 11:26

Do you recommend any dual band 5ghz for a reasonable price?


Im pretty sure the Tenda mw3 has 5Ghz and it’s really cheap, box do a 4-pack. I think the WAN port is 10/100 so if your internet speed is over 100Mbps then you’d want to look for a gigabit mesh kit so you get your full bandwidth.

You won’t get the best range, features etc with the tenda but for the price I think it’s a bargain. It also has a LAN port on each node so you can connect a wired device to join the network.
Would these be any good for a Sonos network? Got a Tenda AC10U router to boost system for a 3 bedroom flat but it's still not good enough.
Is this onky 2.4GHz?
*only
Its 2.4ghz only. Going for it. 90% of devices in my home are 2.4ghz. This should do the job
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text