Original Sport Wrap HD Night Driving Vision Sunglasses
Top Night Driving Glasses – Blocks most Blue Light. 100% UVA/UVB Protection. High quality nylon frame with polycarbonate impact-resistant lenses. Antireflective coating to reduce glare. Lenses pass global standard for traffic light transmittance. Lenses meet ANSI Z80.3-2010: strictest UV blocking requirements. Yellow tint helps enhance contrast. Wear over prescription glasses or alone.
Original 300Mbps Wireless-N Wifi Repeater AP Router WLAN Network Signal Booster
Model: WF- 300
The Wireless-N Repeater is mainly used for providing free WiFi service in big area such as factory, community, street or etc. It complies with the IEEE 802.11n standard with wireless transmission speeds of up to300Mbps. It has 2dBi ceramic chip Antennas providing even better wireless performance, transmission rates, stability technology automatically avoids channel conflicts using its channel selection feature. It also works well with other 802.11g and 802.11n protocol wireless products.
Complies with IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b standards • Supports Router, Client, Bridge, Repeater, AP mode • Without External power adapter • Provides one 10/100Mbps Auto-Negotiation Ethernet WAN ports • Provides one 10/100Mbps Auto-Negotiation Ethernet LAN ports • QoS function assures the quality of VoIP and multimedia streaming • Wireless N speed up to 300Mbps and Backward compatible with 802.11b/g products • 2T2R MIMO™ delivers greater throughput at range versus conventional 1T1R • Easy Setup Assistant provides quick & hassle free installation • Supports SSID broadcast control • WMM and WMM-APSD supported • Supports 64/128/152-bit WEP, complies with 128 bit WPA (TKIP/AES), supports MIC, IV Expansion, Shared Key Authentication, IEEE 802.1X • User interface supports free WEB software updates • Supports configuration file backup and restore
Groundbreaking Device Fixes Slow Wi-Fi And Exposes Greedy Internet Service Providers
If you’re reading this from a computer or device connected to your home Wi-Fi connection, chances are you’re being ripped off.
Rick Bennett, 52, was frustrated. He had just convinced his boss to let him work from home—a dream he’d had for many years—and was looking forward to the comfortable working environment. But his comfort was to be short-lived.
When he tried pulling up his email, it took five minutes to load. Unacceptable, when you need to be in constant contact with your coworkers throughout the day. Not to mention the list of websites and downloads he needed to access. And that wasn’t even the worst part.
He’d only just upgraded to a better internet package one month before! He knew that he’d need faster speeds if he was going to be working from his 3-bedroom home. Frustrated, he decided to do what any of us would do in his situation.
He called his internet provider and complained. The earliest they could have a technician visit was in 15 days. So Rick put off working from home for another two weeks. Finally, when the day arrived, Rick was in for a surprise.
The technician, Barry (name changed to protect his identity – we know his employer is going to want to know who spilled the beans), came out and “fixed” Rick’s internet, pulling it back up to acceptable speeds. He seemed like a relaxed and friendly guy, so Rick offered him a beer.
“I really shouldn’t, man,” Barry said as he accepted it.
The more Rick and Barry talked, the friendlier they got. And when Rick told him that he was working from home, Barry told him he was just going to have to deal with the same problem again in a few weeks. Rick couldn’t believe what he was hearing.
“They give you the speeds you asked for,” Barry said, “at first. But then they throttle the bandwith. They electronically tamper with the router, which is ‘conveniently’ combined with the modem nowadays, so that your internet gets slower over time.”
“How can they do that?” Rick asked. “Can’t you look at how fast your modem is going?”
“Yeah, man. But they split the speed between two channels, so they can tell you you’re getting the same speed. But you’re only using one channel at a time, so really it’s divided in half. It’s all so you buy the next ‘upgrade’ in their package.”
Furious, but not surprised, Rick told Barry that he might as well not even fix it. That he’d be changing providers immediately.
“It’s not gonna help,” Barry said. “They all do it. All the ISPs. If they all do it, they can all get customers that want to ‘upgrade.’ It’s all about profits. It’s ‘The Man,’ man.”
Exasperated, Rick fell back in his chair.
“Is there anything I can do?” He asked, defeated.
Barry finished his beer with a satisfied gulp and went out to his truck, returning with a small white device. He plugged it in the wall and dusted off his hands with a satisfied smirk on his face.
“You didn’t get this from me, man,” he said. “It’s a WiFiBlast. It reconnects the split channels from your router and blasts it across the house. Trust me, man, you’re not gonna have any troubles with speed anymore.”
Rick thanked Barry for the amazing gift. Barry only had one thing to say:
“Thanks for the beer, man.”
Curious about this “WiFiBlast,” we decided to do some research of our own.
Turns out it’s an extremely useful product that extends the range of your WiFi while boosting speeds up to twice as fast, and all you have to do is plug it into the wall. It takes the speed from the different channels coming out of your modem and combines them into one super-fast network, up to 750 Mbps. And the external antennas allow for better, more consistent performance.
It’s great for multi-story homes if your WiFi connection isn’t as strong as you’d like it to be. The connection even extends into the backyard and beyond. And the best part?
It works with ANY WiFi router. So no matter what you already have, it can boost it. You can create 2 WiFi modes, one to boost the existing connection or a new one to use as an access point. And it has an Ethernet port so you can connect your wired devices, like a smart TV. Plus, it protects who has access to it, just like your current router.
This all sounded great. But would it really work? We decided to try it out.
We ordered it online and it arrived two days later. Skeptical, we plugged it in and had it setup in minutes.
Now, we don’t have a two-story home. We own a 2000 square-foot ranch house with a big backyard. So we plugged in the WiFiBlast on one end of the home, and had the family scatter out on their devices.
The online video games were buzzing without any lag, the Netflix binges were going strong, the music was streaming with no audio pauses, and the internet was loading even faster than before. It was unbelievable. Normally, there’s always that complaint coming from somewhere in the house:
“Who’s using the internet?”
But everyone was quietly enjoying their devices and games with top speed and absolutely zero lag.
Every now and then we’re lucky enough to review one of those products that makes life instantly better for us, and we’re always grateful. The WiFiBlast is definitely one of those products. Thanks for the advice, “Barry.”
And thank you, Rick, for giving him the beer.
*Update: Thursday, June 06, 2019* – Ever since the WiFiBlast was featured on TV, an incredible amount of buzz has been generated and has since sold over 2 million units. Due to its popularity and positive reviews, the company is so confident in their product that they are now offering a one-time first time buyer 50% discount. To see if they are still available in your state, click on your state below or the button underneath the map.
Don’t Fall For Website Scams Selling Counterfeit WiFiBlast Range Extender!
BE AWARE that there are many websites selling counterfeit wifiblasts of inferior quality. As far as we can tell, many of these sites are all based in Panama, china etc. Many people are enticed by the unbelievably, very low prices, and do not realize what they are getting until the shoddy merchandise arrives.
What you can expect if you order a WiFiblast knock-off:
1. The material is not of good quality. The workmanship is shoddy. 2. These wifiblasts are not made from exact specifications – they are made based on inadequate technology. Therefore it is unable to boost your wireless internet connection so that you receive recetion at all corners of your home. 3. It is very difficult to get these sites to accept a return. You will not even be able to return your wifiblast unless you pay high shipping costs back to sellers. 4. Many of these sites post fake reviews to create the illusion of customer satisfaction. 5. It will take two to three weeks for your wifiblast to arrive, because of the long distance in shipping.
Actions you can take if you purchased a counterfeit wifiblast:
Contact the company via email and tell them (in writing) that the merchandise is “not as pictured”. When they inform you that you will have to pay return shipping to seller, contact your credit card company and tell them you received “counterfeit merchandise” and you want to file a “chargeback” because the merchandise is “not as described” and the company is charging you an excessive amount to return. Send your credit card company a link to this page!
Here is a list of the websites we have discovered that are selling counterfeit wifiblasts. We will continue to add to it.