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TP-Link Deco M5 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 3 Pack at Amazon for £149.99
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TP-Link Deco M5 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 3 Pack at Amazon for £149.99

£149.99£199.9925%Amazon Deals
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Posted 16th Aug

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Probably the best price it's been at Amazon apart from the prime day deal when it was £139.99
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  • Seamless Wi-Fi in every room: Covers up to 5500 sq ft with high performance mesh Wi-Fi, get rid of Wi-Fi boosters or extenders and keep 100+ devices connected at the same time. Operating Temperature: 0 degree Celsius to 40 degree Celsius
  • Secure Wi-Fi for everyone: Get the secure whole-home Wi-Fi with HomeCare protecting every device at no additional cost for 3 years
  • Easy setup in minutes: Download the TP-Link Deco app, plug in your system and follow the instructions to get your home network up and running in minutes
  • Ideal way to find the connection: TP-Link Adaptive Routing Technology (ART) chooses the fastest path for device connections and keeps your network running as fast as possible
  • Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa and IFTTT: Control your home network using voice commands and more fun to use different apps and devices with IFTTT
  • Comes with 3 years manufacturer's warranty

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22 Comments
How do these compare to the Netgear Orbi?
Good deal, i got at a similar price in may. My wifi has significantly improved all over the house! Recommend
Highly recommended from me too, works great without any issues.
Ordered a set of 2 yesterday, cancelled at midnight and ordered the 3, good deal.
These are great. I can even get a decent WiFi signal at the end of my garden since getting these.

Highly recommended.
I have these, they are awesome,

kids now leave me alone and don't moan about the wifi,

pure bliss
These only have 2x2 antennae on 5ghz rather than 3x3 on the bt branded ones, so expect speeds of around 220mbps.

BT ones are only £10 more
Edited by: "jb66" 16th Aug
jb6616/08/2019 10:45

These only have 2x2 antennae on 5ghz rather than 3x3 on the bt branded …These only have 2x2 antennae on 5ghz rather than 3x3 on the bt branded ones, so expect speeds of around 220mbps.BT ones are only £10 more


Lol, TP-link are branded.

Ignoring that, I had these and wasn’t impressed. Ended up with Ubiqiti Lite APs and they are rock solid.
Excellent bit of kit great speed/coverage, built in trend av and parental controls and reasonably easy to use
This is a good price, I have these but bought the Huawei A1 and they are no where near as good as the deco. Deco app seem more solid. If I had the budget and serious networking requirement I would spend the extra and get the Ubiqity as the reporting is another level (more business level)
jb6616/08/2019 10:45

These only have 2x2 antennae on 5ghz rather than 3x3 on the bt branded …These only have 2x2 antennae on 5ghz rather than 3x3 on the bt branded ones, so expect speeds of around 220mbps.BT ones are only £10 more


Any other views on whether the M5 or the BT are better?... Various reviews jump between the two..
blade_bakerk16/08/2019 13:29

Any other views on whether the M5 or the BT are better?... Various reviews …Any other views on whether the M5 or the BT are better?... Various reviews jump between the two..


I preferred the deco to BT didn’t about the aerial difference. But noticed no disruption between room where bt mesh didn’t seem as smooth
blade_bakerk16/08/2019 13:29

Any other views on whether the M5 or the BT are better?... Various reviews …Any other views on whether the M5 or the BT are better?... Various reviews jump between the two..



M5 also has 2x2
Edited by: "jb66" 16th Aug
So cheap I'll buy 10
I've got the e5 triple set for £100 from ebuyer (worse than these ones), and my wifi is now amazing. 30mbps at the end of the garden, compared to nothing before. Highly recommended.
How do these compare with Orbi RBK50?
Edited by: "nefe" 16th Aug
Interested to know people's thoughts on these, too. Purchased a Google WiFi triple pack, which has been absolutely flawless, but tempted to save myself some money as I've only just picked them up. Really impressed with the quality of the Google, just being cheap...
Oneday7716/08/2019 11:10

Lol, TP-link are branded. Ignoring that, I had these and wasn’t impressed. …Lol, TP-link are branded. Ignoring that, I had these and wasn’t impressed. Ended up with Ubiqiti Lite APs and they are rock solid.


3 pack? Link please
Zameen06/09/2019 21:07

3 pack? Link please


3 pack of what? You buy the Ubiquiti Lite APs singularly.
Oneday7706/09/2019 21:42

3 pack of what? You buy the Ubiquiti Lite APs singularly.


I see so approx £300 for 3
Zameen07/09/2019 09:45

I see so approx £300 for 3


Nearer £250. I never said they were the same price.
Having tried multiple solutions including 2 routers, the TPlink M5, Linksys Mesh, normal extenders and other options. The UniFi is the only solution that has worked for me.
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