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

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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

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

    Edit: 890L for $237

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      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

    ****PLEASE NOTE: THIS PRODUCT IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH 'FTTN' NBN CONNECTIONS****

    • +1 vote

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

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        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.

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    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.

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    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.

    https://www.amazon.com.au/ASUS-RT-AC5300-Tri-Band-Wireless-G...

    $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?

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      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.

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

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