expired ASUS RT-AC5300 Router (+Asus Headphone) $380, D-Link DIR-895L AC5300 Router (+4G Router, + $100 eGiftcard) $499 @ Wireless 1


Seems like at great price with bonus items :)

$380.01 Delivered ASUS RT-AC5300 Wifi AC5300 Tri-Band Router Bonus Wireless Headset - Cheaper compare to eBay

Tri-Band AC5300 | 4x4 Antenna Design | MU-MIMO Technology

This bundle contains the following item(s)

  • ASUS RT-AC5300 Wireless AC5300 Tri-Band Gigabit Router × 1
  • Asus Clique H10 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones × 1
  • Promotional Period : 15/05/2018 to 30/06/2018

$499 Delivered D-Link DIR-895L AC5300 Ultra Tri Band Gigabit Cloud Router - Bonus 4G Router - Cheaper compare to eBay

D-Link DIR-895L Ultra Tri Band AC 5300 Gigabit Cloud Router | 1.4 GHz Dual Core | USB 3.0 | 8 High Performance Antenna | Tri-band deliver faster WiFi speeds of up to 5332Mpbs (1000Mbps + 2166Mbps + 2166Mbps) | Latest Processor

  • Bonus 4G Router
  • Purchase a DIR-895L and GET A BONUS $100 eGift Card
    ( Only for purchases between 26/03/2018 and 30/06/2018. All Claims must be received by D-Link no later than 14/07/2018. )

Redemption Link : http://registration.dlink.com.au/Redemption.aspx?id=84

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  • +11 votes

    That thing looks like it will abduct you in the middle of the night and give you an anal probe on its mothership.

  • +1 vote

    I'll stick with my Triton Router


    I think the 895L was on clearance at Officeworks stupid cheap. There was a post.

    Edit: 890L for $237


      I was lucky enough to get the 895L for $250 at Officeworks last July. It was in the clearance bin and the sticker said 'last one'. I triple checked that it was actually that one and not a different model. It was still sealed and not a return. I'm using it directly with NBN Fixed Wireless.

  • -1 vote


    • +1 vote

      Pretty sure it would be with a modem. I saw that too.


        That make sense, my concern was may be not compatible even with a modem.
        I bought a ASUS RT AC88U last year(still wait for NBN), I think they have the same coverage which up to 500m.
        Would consider to buy another one if got greater coverage or signal.


    Seems horribly expensive for what it is.
    If i wanted the best networking gear i could get for the money i'd be going for Ubiquity gear, you could get a complete setup for about the same money, only downside not being as straight forward as an AIO device, but support is excellent.

  • +1 vote

    This thing is very user-friendly. So much so that U won't be able to set just about any QoS rules of worth if U intend to use for gaming.
    U can flash with ddwrt which makes it useable again.
    An easier solution:
    If ur a gamer and have meh nets, get an asus router. The QoS rules on that are levels of complexity better.


    If the router is important to you but not the headphones then I think it's a hair cheaper from Amazon AU AFTER CASHREWARDS CASHBACK.


    $381.60 before 5% cashback.

    Should come to $362.52.

    What are it's advantages as a router just out of interest? Ease of use? Performance? Options?


      the both important to me..
      My exprience so far is buy the flagship model or most expensive one you comfy with.
      I tried compare every specs vs price, it always comes you get what you paid for.


    D-Link DIR-895L Ultra Tri Band AC 5300 Gigabit Cloud Router