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Netgear Orbi RBK752 Whole Home Wifi 6 System £249.99 (Members only) @ Costco

£249.99£34227% off
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About this deal

These are usually well north of £300 so a good deal if you're a Costco member.

With strong, reliable and fast WiFi lightning in every room of your home, get rid of the constraints. Orbi Tri-band Mesh WiFi 6 Systems brings higher performance and simultaneous WiFi streaming, gaming and browsing on even more devices from the top floor down to the basement. Netgear ArmorTM, an advanced cyber security system for your connected devices, is now included in this system.

Cutting Edge Performance
Get the ultimate experience with 12 Streams of WiFi 6 and speeds up to 4.2Gbps. Enjoy 4K/8K UHD streaming, lag-free gaming and smooth streaming.

Gigabit Speeds Where You Need Them
Don’t let your home be a maze of dead zones. Get consistent speeds everywhere with Tri-band dedicated wireless backhaul, 6 Gigabit Ethernet ports and a 2.0Gbps Internet port.

More Capacity, More Battery Life
Don’t be held back by limited capacity. Enjoy more devices simultaneously with 4X the capacity than before and improved efficiency for longer battery life.

It’s Easy
Enjoying your WiFi has never been easier. With the Orbi app, set up your WiFi, customize your settings and enjoy your new Orbi WiFi in minutes.

Cybersecurity With NETGEAR Armor™
Protect your connected home devices from Internet threats with best-in-class anti-virus, anti-malware and data protection.

Whats in the Box:

  • 1x Orbi Router (RBR750)
  • 1x Orbi Satellites (RBS750)
  • 1x 2m Ethernet Cable
  • 3x 12V/1.5A Power Adapter
  • 1x Quick Start Guide

EAN - 606449147711

SKU – RBK752-100EUS

  • NO MORE DEAD ZONES: Whole home mesh WiFi coverage up to 4,000 square feet and 40 devices; Mesh technology helps you stay connected as you roam around your home using a single network name; Extend coverage up to 2,000 sq. ft. with additional satellites (sold separately)
  • ULTRA FAST GIGABIT SPEED: AX4200 WiFi 6 powers up to 4.2Gbps of streaming HD video, gaming or Internet surfing and downloads. Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
  • WORKS WITH ALL INTERNET PROVIDERS: Replace your existing WiFi Router (separate modem or gateway required); compatible with any Internet Service Provider up to 2Gbps including cable, satellite, fiber, DSL and more
  • TRI-BAND BACKHAUL: A dedicated band between your Orbi router and satellite frees up the other two bands for maximum speed to your devices
  • EASY TO SET-UP AND MANAGE: Connects to your existing cable modem and sets up and customizes in minutes with the Orbi app – easily manage your WiFi settings at the device and network level, test your Internet speed, view speed history and monitor data usage. Note: Technical support 01344458200
  • WIRED ETHERNET PORTS: Plug in computers, game consoles, streaming players and other nearby wired devices with 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports in the router and 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports in the satellite
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    Nice mesh for this price. I’m using with Vodafone fibre
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    These or Google Wi-Fi Pro?
    The Google Wi-Fi Pro are easier to setup, look nicer (personal), are smaller but these are cheaper and have better performance.
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    Are these WIFI 6E? and can the mesh be used solely as an access point on an existing router? (edited)
    Not sure on the second point, but they're 'just' WiFi 6.
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    Tri band?
    Says so in the description above.
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    I have the RBK753, these are decent units! They don't play as nice with BT as they do Virgin Media but working well.

    Take the sqr footage they claim with a pinch of salt, nowhere near! (edited)
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    I am just curious but why 3x power adapter if it's a router + node??
    I noticed that too. Presumably just a mistake in the listing?