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Linksys WRT3200ACM-UK MU-MIMO eSATA/USB 3.0 Gigabit Wi-Fi Router with Open Source £139.99 Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
1.8 GHz dual-core Central Processing Unit powered for performance with enterprise-grade processing capabilities for lightning-fast uploads and downloads Fast dual-band Wi-Fi route… Read more

I have one of these in a drawer. Needed rebooting at least once a week as the WiFi fails. I replaced it with a 3 pack of Huawei AX3 quad core router/access points and everything has been great since then. I only keep it as a backup.


I have one of these, buy the Asus AC86U instead if you want to use the WiFi. These really need OpenWRT or DD-WRT on them, which are not really noob friendly, the WiFi is poor and they run hot. I use it as a wired router only in a family members home, Openwrt but it's a pain to update as no one click update.

LINKSYS MR7350 WiFi Mesh Router - AX 1800, Dual-band £79.98 @ Currys PC World
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
LINKSYS MR7350 WiFi Mesh Router - AX 1800, Dual-band £79.98 @ Currys PC World£79.98 Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
Same price on Box and Amazon WiFi 6 Stream 4K video, game and download huge files with the Linksys MR7350 WiFi Mesh Router. With the WiFi 6 standard your devices don't have to t… Read more

You can add repeater or extend the antenna if you'd like more coverage. Agree with you, Linksys is buletbroof brand so far.


This is a great router. We use it with Virgin Broadband and the coverage is excellent in all corners given we are in a large 3 bed house. The only place there isn't a signal is in our garden.


Great price - Amazon dropped the price as well!

Linksys MR9600-UK AX6000 Dual-Band Mesh WiFi 6 Router £129.99 @ Box
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Linksys MR9600-UK AX6000 Dual-Band Mesh WiFi 6 Router £129.99 @ Box£129.99£189.9932% off Free P&P Deals
Good price for this Router (y) The Linksys MR9600 is a super powerful Dual-Band WiFi 6 router perfect for those who want true gigabit speeds, more range & pure gaming power … Read more

Wow routers that now need cpu cooling fans or they malfunction. Not a great design.


If you go to their forum there is a three dedicated to it, they never fixed the issue. I tried to get a replacement but the company said I'd have to send it, they'd test it and then send me one..... great so I'm without the internet.


You are clearly not a “fan” then XD


That’s pretty rubbish then


I tried it, the router loves to reset a few times a day, then I put a fan on it and it stopped doing that..... mine went back lol.

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Linksys WHW0103 Velop Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System AC3900 Wi-Fi Router/Wi-Fi Extender £119.99 Amazon
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Linksys WHW0103 Velop Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System AC3900 Wi-Fi Router/Wi-Fi Extender £119.99 Amazon£119.99 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Linksys WHW0103 Velop Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (AC3900 Wi-Fi Router/Wi-Fi Extender for Seamless Coverage, Parental Controls, 3-Pack, Covers Up to 4,500 sq ft, White)

I had exactly the same problem, after a full set of replacements and hours wasted with their tech support over a 6 month period I sent them back and bought the Deco M9s which have not skipped a beat.


I have this and one of them never plays well with the other 2. I've reset them repeatedly and even switched them around but it's the same one causing the issues. Read the reviews and if possible, get a router with better coverage (ie: solve your problem a different way)!


Check the firmware version you're on with any Velop products. Linksys have pushed out some very dodgy firmware in the past that can cause dropouts. I would recommend that you also turn off the automatic firmware updates, just check the app every so often for newer firmware. When the firmware is released you can then do some searching around to see if other users are having issues with it.


Nope, I do this whenever I get a new router. Your device doesn’t keep any record of the MAC address of what it connects to


I know a different brand, but set the network name and password to the same as my BT router for my TP link deco M5s. I then turned off the wifi on my bt router. This just saved me updating all of the passwords on all of my connected devices. Seems to have worked, but every so often I do have connection drop outs. Do you think this could have caused an issue?

Linksys MX5300 Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System AX5300 Wi-Fi - £210.73 @ Amazon
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Posted 10th AprPosted 10th Apr
Linksys MX5300 Velop Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System AX5300 Wi-Fi - £210.73 @ Amazon£210.73Amazon Deals
2 pack is currently 499.99. THis is also priced at 399.99euro (for 1 pack) on amazon germany, so seems like good price for single unit.

Good Point! I stand corrected. (y)


That's for ax4200 for 286. Ax5300 2 packs used are 459.


These are great. They can handle the thick brick walls of my house just fine. Bought a 2 pack for £280! On amazon Warehouse. Condition was brand new (y) Just checked and they are Still Available on Amazon Warehouse at £286 for a 2 Pack


If I moved from one room to another, my devices never connected to the nearest node, they just stayed connected to the main node which meant my speeds were poor if I changed room (lol) (lol) truly awful for me.


The Velops never meshed for me, they were so bad I replaced them for another mesh system in the end.