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Where's the best place to buy TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Wi-Fi router?

Where's the best place to buy TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Wi-Fi router?

Best answer: Amazon is the best place to buy the TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Wi-Fi router. New, refurbished, and used models are available, all with competitive price points. And Prime delivery means free two-day shipping for subscribers.Amazon: TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 (opens in new tab) ($76)

What's the difference between used, refurbished, and new models?

Though you'll first see for offer on Amazon's Archer C7 page for a new, unopened, and unused model of the router for about $76, you can also choose to buy a used or refurbished model for a good amount less (as low as $40 for used and as low as $50 for refurbished).

Used items are usually sold by third-party vendors without fulfillment by Amazon, so results can vary. Used items do have a notifier of the condition the product is in, and what's in the package. In this case, you'll usually see router and power cable included.

If you don't trust a used model, you can go with refurbished and still save a good chunk of change. Refurbished items are often fulfilled by Amazon, meaning they're packed and shipped at a warehouse and are eligible for free shipping. Refurbished items are usually brought up to factory standards and will often come with a warranty period in case of issues.

For the TP-Link Archer C7, refurbished and new models are fulfilled or sold directly from Amazon, meaning Prime delivery for subscribers, warranty, and customer service.

Do standard warranties and support apply?

Even though you're not buying a new router directly from TP-Link, you still get a manufacturer two-year warranty and around-the-clock technical support should you run into any issues during setup or use. You can also add extra two-year or four-year Amazon protection plans for a couple more dollars if you feel like you need extra coverage.

As for used and refurbished models, you're on your own when it comes to the former, but you get a 90-day warranty from Amazon for the latter.

What about shipping?

Orders fulfilled by Amazon that cost more than $25 are eligible for free shipping, though without a Prime subscription it usually take about five to eight business days to arrive.

If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can take advantage of free two-day shipping on way more items despite money spent, including refurbished and new models of the Archer C7 router.

Expert setup is available if needed

For as low as an extra $49 (it will often be more depending on where you live), you can have an expert come and hook up your router. The service includes installation, setup, instruction, and a full assessment of your Wi-Fi network.

The process takes about an hour, you can choose an exact time for the setup to take place, and you'll get your money back if the expert leaves you with any problems.

A router with good value

The TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Wi-Fi router is one of our favorite routers, especially in regards to its low price. To ensure you get that best deal, go to Amazon.

Cale Hunt
Senior Editor, Laptop Reviews

Cale Hunt is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. He focuses mainly on laptop reviews, news, and accessory coverage. He's been reviewing laptops and accessories full time since 2016, with hundreds of reviews published for Windows Central. He is an avid PC gamer and multi-platform user, and spends most of his time either tinkering with or writing about tech.

5 Comments
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