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Topic # 226017 15-Dec-2017 16:52
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Does anyone have any experience with these APs https://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=3979649 seem fairly cheap at $100 dont mind tp link stuff in general just have not had much experience with these in particular.

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  Reply # 1920297 15-Dec-2017 17:07
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im seeing them at $155??


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  Reply # 1920303 15-Dec-2017 17:23
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How bizarre yesterday there was a retailer with them for 100 i am sure should have bought then.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1920369 15-Dec-2017 20:31
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could have been an overseas supplier on there


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  Reply # 1920371 15-Dec-2017 20:33
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I think more likely a stuff up in pricing they later fixed and I didn't notice.

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  Reply # 1920375 15-Dec-2017 20:47
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If you're happy with 2x2 rather than 3x3 you can get the cheaper model for under NZ$100 shipped from Amazon.

 

 


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  Reply # 1920422 16-Dec-2017 00:10
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epr: ... just have not had much experience with these in particular.

 

No experience here either. You will want to disable Telnet & WEP though.


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  Reply # 1920596 16-Dec-2017 16:03
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epr: How bizarre yesterday there was a retailer with them for 100 i am sure should have bought then.

 

A large number of the "companies" who list on PriceSpy don't really exist, except in name.  They have automated systems that login to the distributor's websites, get the stock codes and stock levels, add a little margin and then list on PriceSpy.  If you purchase the product "from them" they use credit with the distributor and get the distributor to ship straight to you.  Basically then clip the ticket and don't actually do anything.

 

It is quite possible that one of the automated systems got something wrong and that is what you saw.


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