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Best worry-free mesh system
Reviewed in Canada on November 4, 2020
EDIT 6-DEC-2020: I decided to write a follow-up on the Eero's to express my appreciation for this product. I have them for a month now and they have been rock solid. I never had to reboot once, the internet was only down for a few minutes in total and that was to upgrade the firmware twice. I agree with the other reviewer Ramy and don't understand the negative reviews. A friend of mine bought the Orbi RBK852's and after a day he returned them because of inconsistent connections. I recommended him to try these Eero's and he thanked me for it after a week of stable connection. This router is not for users who like to tinker with settings but are for users who want to setup once and never look back. I'd wish Eero didn't charge the $30 USD/yr for the Secure software, but it's your decision if you'd like to keep this software or not. To me, $30/yr doesn't break the bank and am okay to spend that money for it.
INITIAL REVIEW: I have a 3-storey house with internet coming in from the 1st floor. I always had issues with dead spots in the house so I started early with the mesh routers. I tried Orbi RBK50, Asus Lyra, Linksys Velop. I never was really happy with any one of them as I still got signal drops. When wifi 6 came out I was quick to invest in Zenwifi AX. Although more stable I noticed that wifi speed would drop by 50-80% by end of the day. A reboot was required. Then I started to notice Eero routers, although not the fastest in the market but they are generally more reliable. So I jumped on it when Eero pro 6 came out. I’ve only installed it for a day but I can tell that wifi connection is much more stable. I hope I’ll be able to enjoy this mesh router for a long time.