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TP-Link Deco M5 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Up to 3800 sq ft Coverage, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa, Pack of 2 - £89.99 @ Amazon
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TP-Link Deco M5 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Up to 3800 sq ft Coverage, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa, Pack of 2 - £89.99 @ Amazon

£89.99£99.9910%Amazon Deals
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Posted 31st Jan
Good Mesh Wi-Fi kit reduced to lowest price on Amazon.

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  • Seamless Wi-Fi in every room: Covers up to 3800 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
  • Secure Wi-Fi for everyone: Get the most 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 Mesh technology chooses the fastest path for device connections and keeps your network running as fast as possible
  • Compatible with Echo/Alexa: Control your home network using voice commands
  • Router/Wi-Fi booster replacement

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Box Contains

  • 2 Deco M5 units
  • 1 RJ45 Ethernet Cable
  • 2 Power Adapters

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15 Comments
Great price for these, I paid £99 for them and they have been great.
I have the 3 unit set of these and they are brilliant. I could really do with 1 extra, wish they would drop in price just a bit! Thoroughly recommend these to anyone, the app is very easy to use as well.
This 2 unit is the same price as the e4 3 unit listed recently. Each single unit appears to have the same coverage: the primary difference being the shape. So t looks to me that the three unit e4 is better value. One other difference is the speed of the wired connection which is faster on the m5. I would validate my facts if I were you as this collection of similar products is very confusing to me.
Brilliant system
Chris060931/01/2020 12:33

This 2 unit is the same price as the e4 3 unit listed recently. Each …This 2 unit is the same price as the e4 3 unit listed recently. Each single unit appears to have the same coverage: the primary difference being the shape. So t looks to me that the three unit e4 is better value. One other difference is the speed of the wired connection which is faster on the m5. I would validate my facts if I were you as this collection of similar products is very confusing to me.


The E4 doesn't have Gigabit connections so anyone with fibre faster than 100Mb would be limited, I found this out myself as I purchased those first of all and wondered why I could only get a speedtest of about 90Mb on a 350 connection. I purchased this kit and it works perfectly offering around 280Mb upstairs.
Edited by: "AbandonedTrolley" 31st Jan
Good price.
I was considering the tenda mw6-2 at £90.39 ; the reviewa on the tp link is pretty good though, so unsure as to what to do (interference is probably causing issues with my super hub 3)
AbandonedTrolley31/01/2020 13:08

The E4 doesn't have Gigabit connections so anyone with fibre faster than …The E4 doesn't have Gigabit connections so anyone with fibre faster than 100Mb would be limited, I found this out myself as I purchased those first of all and wondered why I could only get a speedtest of about 90Mb on a 350 connection. I purchased this kit and it works perfectly offering around 280Mb upstairs.


Thats true: as the most I can get is 26mb I disregarded this fact
If you switch to the M4 the gigabit physical connection appears
Thanks OP was gonna pull the trigger at £99 this weekend
How does this compare to the deal that was posted for the M4 (three units though)?
seattle31/01/2020 13:18

Good price.I was considering the tenda mw6-2 at £90.39 ; the reviewa on …Good price.I was considering the tenda mw6-2 at £90.39 ; the reviewa on the tp link is pretty good though, so unsure as to what to do (interference is probably causing issues with my super hub 3)


The Tenda's are good... Like properly good.
I have the MW3, but all my research lead me to believe the MW6 are even better, which is crazy.
The MW3 are able to give me max wi-fi at the end of my garden about 8 metres away and through an out building with 2 concrete walls... So if MW6 is better? Lol
Can't comment on the Tp-Link though
Cryptofriendly01/02/2020 10:34

The Tenda's are good... Like properly good.I have the MW3, but all my …The Tenda's are good... Like properly good.I have the MW3, but all my research lead me to believe the MW6 are even better, which is crazy.The MW3 are able to give me max wi-fi at the end of my garden about 8 metres away and through an out building with 2 concrete walls... So if MW6 is better? LolCan't comment on the Tp-Link though


Ideally i need to buy a couple of sets for my mothers place as well as she has a limited adsl router/line with limited capacity and the mw3's price will allow me to do so + allow me to test with my own setup. I appreciate the feedback!
I think I know the answer but can you buy 2 of them now and then add another two later to spread the cost?
Edited by: "benrussell" 1st Feb
benrussell01/02/2020 15:08

I think I know the answer but can you buy 2 of them now and then add …I think I know the answer but can you buy 2 of them now and then add another two later to spread the cost?


Yes
This went out of stock on Amazon, its also the same price in Currys but again there isn't much stock.
Its just become available to order again on Amazon for delivery the end of the month.
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