Kogan Mesh wifi (Wifi 5) any thoughts?


I am looking to buy this kogan (https://www.kogan.com/nz/buy/kogan-wi-fi-ac1200-whole-home-m...) Mesh wifi (wifi 5). Any thoughts?

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  • It's probably rebranded from another cheapie brand, I'd personally avoid as its great when it's fine… When you have issues in 6 months it's a nightmare to troubleshoot

  • It looks like one of the tenda models. I would check out that brand as well if I was looking for mesh.

    ; it's the mw6 it looks like. Unsure of internals, though.

  • +1

    Why not this? Similar price better than Kogan for sure. I will prefer Tp-link.
    TP-Link AC1200 Whole-Home Mesh Wi-Fi System 3 Pack (Deco E4(3-pack)) https://amzn.asia/d/66CDAbG

    I think this is the rebranded Kogan one
    Tenda Nova Mesh WiFi System (MW6)-Up to 6000 sq.ft. Whole Home Coverage, WiFi Router and Extender Replacement, Gigabit Mesh Router for Wireless Internet, Works with Alexa, Parental Controls, 3-Pack https://amzn.asia/d/33foini

    • +1

      I agree - I have been using TP-Link kit for both some of our own requirements, and for some clients (especially the more price concious ones) since the early 2000s and I don't recall ever having any issues.

  • Thanks guys! I will consider the TPlink :)

    • +1

      If you are with Vodafone they give out Super Wifi (which includes 2 TP-Link Decos X20), and if your house requires 3 you can request for a 3rd one as long as you perform some troubleshooting to justify the need for a 3rd. There is a contract of 2 years where the cost of the Devices are deducted from your monthly bill, but might be cheaper than buying it directly. Check facebook too some of the users have decided to put the items on sale.

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    • Electric kiwi is giving Netgear orbi 350 for free on their fastest plan(no contract). Also offering 2 months free. You can request a satellite for $100.

      More info

    • I'd recommend avoiding the Deco E4 as it'll max out at 100Mbps, so if you're on a plan over 100Mbps (e.g. 300 or 1000 down) you'll be severely limiting your speeds. The Deco S4 would be a good alternative, as would the M4. Just note that with the S4, the secondary and tertiary nodes don't talk to each other (to extend the network range), only to primary. Really depends on your house layout as to whether or not that'll work for you. I've set these up for a couple people now, in situations where the primary is in the middle of the house and the nodes are on either sides of the house, and they do the job perfectly.

      I would actually go for the Kogan option listed over the E4, as it seems that the Kogan mesh now does 1000Mbps down (the earlier model is only 100, like the E4).

  • We've had these in our flat for the past 6 months. Got lots of thick brick walls and we were having heaps of issues with wifi extenders not working well, but the Kogan mesh was worked fantastically - works at a good speed throughout the whole house. Was also super simple to set up.

  • Stick to the branded gear better support and software.
    TP-Link and Orbi are quite good

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