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TP-Link RE450 AC1750 Wi-Fi Range Extender $84 @ Umart ($79.80 via Officeworks Price Match)


Office work $164 - PMG $79.80


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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    A good price, indeed, but "Extend Wi-Fi coverage by up to 929 m2" is really just by a 9.7metre radius.


    I have one of these and can vouch that it works really well. Covers the whole house front to back and speeds are not noticeably slower


    Would this be ideal to extend the internet from the front of the house to reach the back (granny flat)?

    About 20-25m from front to back with walls etc

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      I install this over the weekend for my granny flat worked great achieving 40-50mbs from (100mbps/40mbps) on 5.1ghz and the distance is about 10-14m from this device. I can't comment on 20-25m, give it a go and if you're not happy with the result return it to Officeworks.

      Also, check out mesh wifi system…. not sure which will provide a better result


        Sorry this device would be about 10-15m from modem and an additional 10m to the granny flat


          This device needs to be installed close proximity to your NBN router, I set mine up within 3m to the router


    how much power does this use?
    also would i be better off going router + extenders or a mesh network?

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      if you are worried so much about the power, just run your own cable.

      thank you.


    i have the old old RE210 and it works well so this will be a bonus.


    Better to add this to the telstra smart modem gen 2 or add a mesh like the tenda mw3 instead?
    Adding an extender would mean you still use Telstras antivirus on your WiFi. No too sure about how secure would Tendas WiFi be.


      Coverage per spec

      TP-Link RE450 929m2
      Tenda MW3 300m2
      Tenda MW6 500m2

      For distance, I would say TP-link
      For a small house go for Tenda MW3 or 6


    Just got a TP link Deco mesh system…it rocks! Way better than my range extenders ever were


    Expired? 163$ for me here.


      Umart is showing $84 dollars, Officeworks you will need to go in store and ask for price match with Umart.

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