Tenda Nova MW3 Mesh WiFi Pack of 3 £69.99 Amazon
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Tenda Nova MW3 Mesh WiFi Pack of 3 £69.99 Amazon

£69.99£89.9922%Amazon Deals
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Posted 20th May
MW3 is a 1200Mbps dual band distribution mesh WiFi system designed for 100-300 houses, bringing you with whole home WiFi coverage, as well as fast and stable internet connection. Pack of 3 provides you with up to 300m WiFi range; while pack of 2 provides you with up to 200m WiFi range. Compliant with IEEE 802.11v and IEEE 802.11r seamless roaming protocols, MW3 supports automatic network optimization and automatic routing selection, allowing you to enjoy more stable and flexible wireless network.

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3 x Identical Mesh Nodes‚3 x Power Adapters‚Quick install Guide‚1 x Ethernet Cable
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37683032-w7fOG.jpgNot the lowest price they have been, but still sorely tempted. Thanks.
Any good compared to bt home hub?
Better off with this Orbi RBK30 package as it is tri-band, so has a separate 5GHz channel for communication between the base and satellite. Probably better supported and faster.
Note, these mesh WiFi systems only have 100Mbps ports so they may bottleneck your connection - if you have FTTP/Gfast or Virgin
Winter9820/05/2019 09:22

Any good compared to bt home hub?



Had these for 3 months and returned.

Now have Google Wifi which is much more stable.
adam_holcombe20/05/2019 10:26

Had these for 3 months and returned. Now have Google Wifi which is much …Had these for 3 months and returned. Now have Google Wifi which is much more stable.


Same
adam_holcombe20/05/2019 10:26

Had these for 3 months and returned. Now have Google Wifi which is much …Had these for 3 months and returned. Now have Google Wifi which is much more stable.


Google WiFi has a compatibility issue with iOS which google are not telling people. I’ve had to use them with powerlines and they’re still kinda rubbish.
cossy320/05/2019 11:48

Google WiFi has a compatibility issue with iOS which google are not …Google WiFi has a compatibility issue with iOS which google are not telling people. I’ve had to use them with powerlines and they’re still kinda rubbish.


Proof? Your experience skews your opinion.

There are 4 Apple products in my household that work fine without issue.
I bought these for the same price in November. They have been reliable for my usage.
adam_holcombe20/05/2019 11:51

Proof? Your experience skews your opinion. There are 4 Apple products in …Proof? Your experience skews your opinion. There are 4 Apple products in my household that work fine without issue.


It’s all over the Google Wi-Fi subreddit. I love the way people get so defensive over products they have bought. I’ve spent 4 months with the equipment trying to work out why iOS reverts to the 2.4 band. Been with google support about 3 times this month before they confessed there is an issue.
cossy320/05/2019 11:56

It’s all over the Google Wi-Fi subreddit. I love the way people get so d …It’s all over the Google Wi-Fi subreddit. I love the way people get so defensive over products they have bought. I’ve spent 4 months with the equipment trying to work out why iOS reverts to the 2.4 band. Been with google support about 3 times this month before they confessed there is an issue.



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Reply after reply stating no issues.
I've got 6 of these setup across my house. Never had any issues with speed or reliability. I get about 90/100 Mbps in most rooms, going as far down as 45/100 in the end of the garden - which is an acceptable compromise for the coverage.

If you need full whack speed at all times, then maybe these aren't right, but for your normal household use, these work very well.
adam_holcombe20/05/2019 11:57

https://www.reddit.com/r/GoogleWiFi/comments/a5wrht/apple_issues_recommended_alternatives/Reply after reply stating no issues.


Yeah. You know why? They have something in common with you - an inability to accept there are issues because they are invested and precious over something they have purchased. Try searching for the other threads and you’ll see Google’s response.

Also, the range on google WiFi is terrible. If they didn’t have google on the packaging, they’d be the same price as this set, they’re
cossy320/05/2019 12:03

Yeah. You know why? They have something in common with you - an inability …Yeah. You know why? They have something in common with you - an inability to accept there are issues because they are invested and precious over something they have purchased. Try searching for the other threads and you’ll see Google’s response. Also, the range on google WiFi is terrible. If they didn’t have google on the packaging, they’d be the same price as this set, they’re


I was invested in the MW6 but realised it had issues

Calm down though dear.
Have 3 of the MW3's purchased from Aliexpress for around £50 and seems to work pretty well. Excellent service in most parts of the house bar one or two areas.

I thought of purchasing a 4th node but does anyone know if it's possible to add a 4th to an existing network???

If so, would it be any benefit to getting an MW6 over the MW3?

Cheers
geo9920/05/2019 12:20

Have 3 of the MW3's purchased from Aliexpress for around £50 and seems to …Have 3 of the MW3's purchased from Aliexpress for around £50 and seems to work pretty well. Excellent service in most parts of the house bar one or two areas.I thought of purchasing a 4th node but does anyone know if it's possible to add a 4th to an existing network???If so, would it be any benefit to getting an MW6 over the MW3? Cheers


You can add as many nodes as you like.

If you have MW3, all nodes must be the same.
I have these, mine have been perfect! I ended up buying another set. So now i have 6 around the house! Amazing bit of kit!
Nexus16220/05/2019 14:13

I have these, mine have been perfect! I ended up buying another set. So …I have these, mine have been perfect! I ended up buying another set. So now i have 6 around the house! Amazing bit of kit!


You must live in a castle
blake_720/05/2019 15:58

You must live in a castle


One wishes, but i now get wifi in the loo
Had these for nearly a year (I think). No problems with them. Do everything I need them to (basically get rid of WiFi dead zones). Heat from me
adam_holcombe20/05/2019 12:32

You can add as many nodes as you like. If you have MW3, all nodes must be …You can add as many nodes as you like. If you have MW3, all nodes must be the same.


No they don’t. You can have the MW6 as the master if have speeds over 100mbps, then the MW3 added on the same setup. You will then get the benefit from the higher speeds due to the gigabit port on the MW6 if your on virgin etc.
Edited by: "ashtad" 20th May
adam_holcombe20/05/2019 12:32

You can add as many nodes as you like. If you have MW3, all nodes must be …You can add as many nodes as you like. If you have MW3, all nodes must be the same.


The manual says you can only have 5x MW3’s on the same network, but I’ve seen plenty of people say they have more than that.

Got these for my dads place. Feature-wise, they compare very similarly to all the other products out there. I am very impressed with them so far, especially for the price
Back up to 78 ish now left it late to get them
Back at £69.99 now
Just to confirm. If I get a mw6 as the main node on a 200mb package will the MW3'S broadcast the full 200mb (theoretically) or will they top out at 100mb?
mattu27/07/2019 11:51

Just to confirm. If I get a mw6 as the main node on a 200mb package will …Just to confirm. If I get a mw6 as the main node on a 200mb package will the MW3'S broadcast the full 200mb (theoretically) or will they top out at 100mb?


I wouldn't do that, if the slaves (in your case the MW3's) can pickup the signal at 200mbps+ then other devices should be able to receive the same speed in the same area
Jake4_27/07/2019 14:11

I wouldn't do that, if the slaves (in your case the MW3's) can pickup the …I wouldn't do that, if the slaves (in your case the MW3's) can pickup the signal at 200mbps+ then other devices should be able to receive the same speed in the same area


Thanks for the Reply Jake. Maybe I've understood it wrong but I thought that the MW3's can only pull 100mb from the router and therefore that's the max that they will broadcast? Is that not the case? Thanks, Matt
mattu27/07/2019 14:51

Thanks for the Reply Jake. Maybe I've understood it wrong but I thought …Thanks for the Reply Jake. Maybe I've understood it wrong but I thought that the MW3's can only pull 100mb from the router and therefore that's the max that they will broadcast? Is that not the case? Thanks, Matt


The MW3s only have a 100mbps ethernet port compared to the 6 with a 1gbps one. You don't want to do a wireless link between them since if one router can pick the signal up at let's say 150mbps then any other device can pick it up around that speed aswell, it'll only be beneficial if it has good antennas and or not using the 2.4/5ghz spectrum as a link between them.
Jake4_27/07/2019 17:39

The MW3s only have a 100mbps ethernet port compared to the 6 with a 1gbps …The MW3s only have a 100mbps ethernet port compared to the 6 with a 1gbps one. You don't want to do a wireless link between them since if one router can pick the signal up at let's say 150mbps then any other device can pick it up around that speed aswell, it'll only be beneficial if it has good antennas and or not using the 2.4/5ghz spectrum as a link between them.


So the speed isn't pegged at what the first node pulls from the modem via the 100mb MW3 connection? Ideally I won't be using any of the ethernets but would like approx 150mb around the house no matter where you are. That's why I thought if I got 3 of the MW3'S and a single MW6 it would allow the network to be at the 150+ zone. I thought I'd understand this but it's gone right over my head.
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