NETGEAR RBK53 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps)  @ Amazon Deal Of The Day £299.99
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NETGEAR RBK53 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps) @ Amazon Deal Of The Day £299.99

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Found 23rd Nov 2018Edited by:"amazoncrazy"
NETGEAR RBK53 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (up to 6000 sq ft coverage), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps) - Circle Parental Controls and Alexa enabled Orbi Whole Home AC3000 Tri-band Wi-Fi System. Tri-band Wi-Fi System by NETGEAR delivers unparalleled Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home. This kit of three with Orbi Wi-Fi Router and two Satellites covers homes up to 6000 square feet with strong Wi-Fi signals. Innovative Tri-band Wi-Fi helps maximize the Internet speeds available in your home.

NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi - Say Goodbye to Dead Zones!Enjoy the convenience of having a single Wi-Fi network for your home. Go from your front door to the garden as you watch your favourite shows on your devices. From the basement to the backyard, this Orbi Whole Home WiFi System (RBK53) covers up to 7,500 square feet with high performance AC3000 WiFi. First with innovative Tri-band WiFi, Orbi helps deliver the fastest available Internet speeds even as more devices connect. This Orbi WiFi System comes with an Orbi WiFi Router and two Satellites and replaces your home router and extenders. It also easily works with existing Service Provider equipment so you will enjoy better WiFi everywhere.. No Wi-Fi disconnects, no dead zones.

Faster speeds Orbi helps deliver the fastest available Internet speeds even as more devices connect. Get more than 100Mbps Internet speed over a 4,000 square feet range.

Works with existing broadbandIt also easily works with existing Service Provider equipment so you will enjoy better Wi-Fi everywhere.

Voice Control Works with Amazon Echo/Alexa and the Google Assistant – Control your home network using voice commands.

Parental Controls Circle with Disney is a smart way for families to manage content and time online, on any connected device.

Simple setup - Easy as 1, 2, 3Connect your modem Unlike some Home Wi-Fi Systems, Orbi works with your Internet service provider right out of the box without needing to change your current equipment.

Use the Orbi app NETGEAR doesn’t require you to sign up for an account to use the Orbi home Wi-Fi System. Just plug-in and follow the instructions on your computer or mobile device.

Connect your devices Orbi will intelligently take care of your network making sure you are connected to the fastest Wi-Fi possible.



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2 pack is at £199 too

This 3 pack was very briefly at £350 but usually sits at £400. So I’d jump if you have been sitting on the fence.

Probably the best Wi-fi coverage solution for larger / older properties that doesn’t involve cabling.

Your nearest conpetitors, google Wi-fi posted earlier today, £269 I believe. I think this is worth the extra £30.

Bt whole home 3 disc at £160, half the price is a pretty good deal, one I nearly jumped at if it wasn’t for the problems of getting the third disc and beyond to prefer a stronger signal.

When you consider the price of 3 decent ac access points and the mess of running cables / or getting cables professionally routed neatly, the cost doesn’t look too bad.

The 2 pack especially is definitely worth considering.
oldskoo142 s ago

2 pack is at £199 too This 3 pack was very briefly at £350 but usually s …2 pack is at £199 too This 3 pack was very briefly at £350 but usually sits at £400. So I’d jump if you have been sitting on the fence. Probably the best Wi-fi coverage solution for larger / older properties that doesn’t involve cabling. Your nearest conpetitors, google Wi-fi posted earlier today, £269 I believe. I think this is worth the extra £30. Bt whole home 3 disc at £160, half the price is a pretty good deal, one I nearly jumped at if it wasn’t for the problems of getting the third disc and beyond to prefer a stronger signal. When you consider the price of 3 decent ac access points and the mess of running cables / or getting cables professionally routed neatly, the cost doesn’t look too bad. The 2 pack especially is definitely worth considering.


thanks great comments.
Out of interest is it worth spending more and getting this over the BT discs ?
ajay26063 h, 13 m ago

Out of interest is it worth spending more and getting this over the BT …Out of interest is it worth spending more and getting this over the BT discs ?


Depends on your requirements. The Orbi is top of the range and usually wins speed tests at distance thanks to it's dedicated backhaul channel, but if you're just after improving a dead/weak spot here and there and no too bothered about slight speed lose, it's probably overkill and the BT or Google solution will be fine.
Edited by: "UKBFG" 23rd Nov 2018
Great advice. BT whole home Wi-fi is a great option to solve patchy Wi-fi without going to the hassle and expense of cabling up access points.

It is also significantly better than all homeplugs.

There are a few quirks with it but none you will likely notice. And it will probably give you 70-100Mbps minimum virtually everywhere unless you have a large house.

The orbi is probably going to give you 4x that speed and is almost as good as installing cables and running Wi-fi points off them. Plus it’s range is quite a bit better so therefore more suited to bigger, brick internal wall, large bungalow environments.
UKBFG57 m ago

Depends on your requirements. The Orbi is top of the range and usually …Depends on your requirements. The Orbi is top of the range and usually wins speed tests at distance thanks to it's dedicated backhaul channel, but if you're just after improving a dead/weak spot here and there and no too bothered about slight speed lose, it's probably overkill and the BT or Google solution will be fine.


Thank you, very helpful information!
any thoughts on this vs Google WIFI
This is an outstanding router and I had a keepa alert on it. Bought it a couple of weeks ago when it was £381 and it resolved all my problems with dead wifi spots in the house. Spoke to Amazon chat today and they recommended I order it again and return "original order" for refund. I would rather just get the difference in vouchers ...
maancame2 m ago

This is an outstanding router and I had a keepa alert on it. Bought it a …This is an outstanding router and I had a keepa alert on it. Bought it a couple of weeks ago when it was £381 and it resolved all my problems with dead wifi spots in the house. Spoke to Amazon chat today and they recommended I order it again and return "original order" for refund. I would rather just get the difference in vouchers ...


cracking work.and many should do this amazon will always try to work with you.
Just ordered, ideal solution for me especially with the LAN ports on the satellites and with the dedicated backbone between the satellites won't be as good as wiring but hopefully close.
fayraz1 m ago

Just ordered, ideal solution for me especially with the LAN ports on the …Just ordered, ideal solution for me especially with the LAN ports on the satellites and with the dedicated backbone between the satellites won't be as good as wiring but hopefully close.


fayraz2 h, 4 m ago

Just ordered, ideal solution for me especially with the LAN ports on the …Just ordered, ideal solution for me especially with the LAN ports on the satellites and with the dedicated backbone between the satellites won't be as good as wiring but hopefully close.


I tested it and somehow it is actually slightly better for me than wired.
UKBFG1 m ago

I tested it and somehow it is actually slightly better for me than wired.


UKBFG4 m ago

I tested it and somehow it is actually slightly better for me than wired.


Good to hear.
I have this, had loads of problems initially but now seems to be OK apart from I can't watch any on demand on my virgin boxes. (VERY long story). Worth having a look at the forums IMO.
UKBFG6 m ago

I tested it and somehow it is actually slightly better for me than wired.


I wonder if this is because the dedicated backhaul is 1.7Gbps and a typical cat5e / cat6 wire can run at 1Gbps?

But obviously when equipment allows (affordable) cat6 would go up to 10Gbps.
Amazing piece of kit!! Mine is flawless since I’ve owned it.
BDMC51 m ago

Amazing piece of kit!! Mine is flawless since I’ve owned it.


jimbojames7932 m ago

I have this, had loads of problems initially but now seems to be OK apart …I have this, had loads of problems initially but now seems to be OK apart from I can't watch any on demand on my virgin boxes. (VERY long story). Worth having a look at the forums IMO.


Any more info? I’ve just ordered to 2 piece as I’ve got virgin multi room but the two boxes can’t talk to one another as the WiFi is too poor.
philpw126 m ago

Any more info? I’ve just ordered to 2 piece as I’ve got virgin multi room b …Any more info? I’ve just ordered to 2 piece as I’ve got virgin multi room but the two boxes can’t talk to one another as the WiFi is too poor.


It's ok for that. It used to work until about three months ago but now the v6 can't reach iPlayer Virgin Movies etc. Virgin say it's because their router is in modem mode (obvs). My argument with them is that they've changed something but no-one knows what. Engineer 5 coming round at the weekend.
These are pretty good although not without problems. I found the LAN performance of the satellites really quite poor, throughput is okay but latency is terrible.

However the WiFi performance is excellent, and will blanket a large home in top quality wireless networking without the need for an ethernet backhaul or powerline.
I missed it.
Do you think it might come back down in price for Cyber Monday?
FlyGuyUK41 s ago

I missed it.Do you think it might come back down in price for Cyber Monday?


possibly @FlyGuyUK stay tuned
amazoncrazy24th Nov

possibly @FlyGuyUK stay tuned


Was hoping the same. But unfortunately doesn't seem to be the case today.
This is available again.....

Can anybody tell me before I commit if this is going to work with my setup?

I've got a sky Q 2TB main box, 2 sky Q mini boxes (connecting via Wi-Fi), 2 sky provided boosters, a sky Q router and sky 30Mb fibre broadband.

At the moment the sky Q WiFi mesh system provided by all the boxes is absolutely hopeless, constantly freezing using Wi-Fi devices and sky mini boxes TV also freezing on a regular basis.

I've got lots and lots of Wi-Fi gadgets hammering the system, (Samsung smartthings, Netgear Arlo cameras, Ring doorbell and 5 chimes, 3 smart Tv's, Android box, 4 Google home speakers etc etc).

I desperately need a stable Wi-Fi solution, but wanted to check this Orbi system will work somehow with The Sky Q setup? Any advice really appreciated.

(Also posted in the other newer thread for Orbi)
Edited by: "FlyGuyUK" 30th Nov 2018
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