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This review is from: Linksys EA9200-4A Wireless AC3200 Tri-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router
Pros: Fast Speeds
Simple setup for advanced users
Cons: Same GUI that Linksys has been using since 2011, including same features and functionality.
Randomly shuts down!
Tech Support Fails to assist.
Other Thoughts: I expected more from Linksys, then I found out they were purchased by Belkin. Never in my life have I spent over 35 minutes on the phone with a Tech support agent and had 3/4 of that time be on hold.
The speeds on this were not that great from the start. In comparison to that of the Linksys EA4500 that I had previously been using. Wireless range was slightly better than that of my previous router, but not by much.
With all that being said this product will be ending up back in the hands of Newegg for a refund and I will be going with a router that was previously suggested from other reviews.
This review is from: Rosewill - Pellucid HD Series High Speed HDMI Cable - 6 Feet
Pros: Fast speed, Great price, what more could you ask for!
Cons: Zero consREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kokido Capri 880 GPH (1/3 HP) 12" Swimming Pool Sand Filter Pump for Intex / GF
Pros: Sand Filtration
I can honestly say this pump was well worth it. Replacing my Intex Fiber Filter with this sand filter was the best thing I ever did. My Water stays clear longer and I don't have to use as many chemicals as before. Plus no filters to be changed since the sand lasts longer.
Cons: Doesn't fit properly for Intex based hoses small gap to be found, easy enough to solve. (I blamed Intex hoses for this).
Takes a bit to purge the air from the system
Other Thoughts: Without the sand in this unit is lightweight.
I truly have nothing bad to really say about this pump, it does its job better than the last 3 fiber filtered pumps I've used. I have a 5500 gallon pool and the factory pump was nothin compare to this pump. Has twice the amount of pumping pressure as the old pumps. You will for sure need to be careful to not get sucked into the input ports.
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