• expired

Linksys EA9200 AC3200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router $103.20 Delivered @ Warehouse1 eBay

120
PRAWNS

Looks like a really good deal for a tri-band router. It has a single N600 band plus two AC1300Mbps bands for a theoretical maximum throughput of 3200Mbps. Based on reviews it has speeds comparable to the Asus-RT-AC3200 and Netgear Nighthawk X6 R8000 (600Mbps+ on 5GHz) which are both much more expensive: https://hothardware.com/reviews/linksys-ea9200-tri-band-smar....

I've seen it at around $220-$230 from other stores on eBay and around $299 at PCCaseGear and ComputerAlliance.

Paypal is enabled once more.

The 20% PCTECH eBay code won't work on this item as Paypal is not available as a payment option. Only Mastercard/VISA/Bank Deposit are accepted. Please take note of this when buying!

Original 20% off Selected Sellers on eBay Deal Post

Related Stores

eBay Australia
eBay Australia
Marketplace
Warehouse1
Warehouse1

closed Comments

  •  

    Can't seem to add to cart

  •  

    No Pay via Paypal? Money Transfer or CC….. guess thats one way to avoid paypal disputes. Good Deal, shady practice

    •  

      Did you get a box to enter discount code?

      • +4 votes

        Nope, and with no paypal im not touching it.

        •  

          I have purchased something from Banggood and they have refused to refund me and lie to Paypal that they have send the item. Yes they did send the items. They send 6 out of 10. I have to prove that they lied to Paypal then I got my money back. Dont buy without Paypal.

    •  

      Yep - it's definitely something to be aware of. Warehouse1 is listed under the 20% eBay sale but don't have Paypal available as a payment option for some items. I think it's still a good price though.

    •  

      I thought pay pal was required for all ebay listings.

    •  

      But it's saying on the eBay page under the postage and payments tab that Visa/Mastercard payments are accepted?. So according to that credit card payments can be used through the checkout. Just no Paypal.

  •  

    it seems this router has the connection drop problem. Otherwise it's pretty good deal for tri-band router.

  • +4 votes

    I purchased an item from Warehouse1 not long ago from eBay sale, never received the item, now I have to open a Paypal dispute to get my money back, their shipping method is randomly ship small number of orders and hold up the rest, seems they have cahsflow issue,No Paypal= NO order from Warehouse1, buyer beware.

  •  

    It has been this price on their website. I ordered one the other day. I was happy with their service.
    Yes, it has been dropping connections, because apparently it appears to also be affected by this issue, but hopefully either Google and Linksys will provide a fix soon. I bought this because the Chromecast/Home issue would constantly completely crash my Archer d7 (and at that time, nobody knew why). For my EA9200, it will occasionally cause my phone to drop the WiFi for a while, but it remains stable. I have no problem with all other devices; can stream, etc. without interruption.

    •  

      That is interesting to note with the Archer D7, I just replaced it as it was dropping like crazy and couldn't work out why, other than it had crapped itself. I have just added a couple of Chromecasts, a Google Home and a Home mini in recent times, sort of lining up with my issues. Might have to pull it out of the rubbish pile and take another look.

    •  

      Same issues with my Archer D7. Connection dropping almost every hour, especially the 5Ghz one. Bought from Officeworks. I have the original box, but no receipt.

  •  

    Does this router have decent QOS? Can you throttle bandwidth based on IP?

  •  

    One thing to note about this router: the guest network sucks. It is based on an open access point, followed by authentication through a webpage. This is bad because:

    • Anyone can connect to your AP. They may not be able to browse the internet, but they can connect which is not a good thing
    • Traffic is not encrypted
    • Each time a visitor comes, they will likely have to go through the Website authentication form first

    That's basically my only gripe with this device. But a tri-band router for $103 is a steal. Signal strength is great. But be mindful you will have to do a two-step firmware upgrade: first to an intermediate firmware, then to the latest.

  •  

    Finally, i got one . Thanks op

  •  

    Just got one. There's an additional 10% off. Got mine for below $100.

    • +1 vote

      yeh this was marked as $93 originally

      the problem was i dont think they were specific with how they got to that price when on the surface it looks like it will be $103

      for anyone reading when you ad the item to your cart the extra 10% just comes off automatically and then you add the PRAWNS code afterwords

  • Top