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TP-Link RE450 AC1750 Wi-Fi Range Extender $85 @ Umart


Well reviewed WiFi extender

Maximum Coverage - Extend Wi-Fi coverage by up to 929 m2(10,000sq. ft)

AC1750 Dual Band Wi-Fi - Simultaneous 450Mbps on 2.4GHz + 1300Mbps on 5GHz

Three Antennas - Three adjustable external antennas provide optimal Wi-Fi coverage and reliable connections

Gigabit Ethernet port - Act as a wireless adapter to connect a wired device to your network at Gigabit speed

Intelligent Signal Light - Help to find the best location for optimal Wi-Fi coverage by showing the signal strength

AP Mode - Create a new Wi-Fi access point to enhance your wired network with Wi-Fi capability

TP-Link Tether App - Easily access and manage your network using any iOS or Android mobile device

Ultimate Compatibility - Extend the range of any Wi-Fi router or wireless access point

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  • +2

    You could probably get officeworks to price beat it bringing it down to $80.75

  • Does it really work to improve the wifi signal or the Wi fi mesh?

    • Yes it does.
      Bought mine from Amazon $148 couple weeks ago.

      This helps eliminate weak wifi signal at corner of the house.

      Was a bit doubt when purchasing it.
      But it brings with a really excellent result.

      Wish this deal happened weeks ago.

  • $11 postage to ACT.
    I have a xioami extender but it’s not very good so after reading the reviews I’ve taken the plunge on this. Even with postage seems like.a solid price

  • Great deal, these things work really well.

  • +1

    Consensus seems to be these things DO indeed extend the range of your WiFi but be aware extenders such as this by the very nature of how they work will do actually introduce more latency with less actual speed.


    UNLESS you use a WIRED connection to it in which case there shouldn't be much if any degradation in speed or latency.

    Placing a single high powered Access Point centrally in the house or Tri-Band mesh system is a better idea especially if you're gaming and need the least latency as possible.

    But they are far more expensive.

    If you simply need internet to reach a far point of the house this will do fine.

  • Hi guys - would this be able to be used as a wireless ethernet bridge?

    Setup would be - Modem/wireless router -> wifi to this unit -> ethernet from this unit into PC.

    Would this setup have any stability / speed issues?

  • It stop detecting the 5Ghz after an update. Mine only can do the 2.4Ghz now.

  • +1

    Just went to my local Officeworks and they beat the price by 5%. Total $80.75. Was on the shelf priced at $167. Thanks OP!

    • Ditto - site showed 27mins left on the deal so had to duck out to OW asap! :)
      NO hassles, the guy said "Oh Umart, no problems" and rang it through.

  • This deal is still LIVE - just price matched at Officeworks :)