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Circle Home on Sale for $20 Off

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Dave

I've been a big fan of this product and have it running in my home.  It's now $20 off if you follow this link.

 

http://mbsy.co/circlemedia/mccabeio

 

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There is an Amazon link to buy it and December 17th to 22nd it will also be $20 off on the Circle website.  So heads up!

 

Take a look at the video below for a better understanding of what it can do for you.  In my house, if anything hops on my wifi the box will notify me immediately.  I've set it up so anything that jumps on is put in a KID friendly profile.  I look at what they are seeing on their iPads and can turn off apps. YouTube, Safari, App Store = Off.

 

 

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DragonMage

3 days too late

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Dave

Meaning you got something else?  

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ImTheTypeOfGuy

I logged into my router yesterday and it looks like it has circle built in.

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Dave

Netgear FTW.  Yes, Netgear partnered with Circle Home and their routers have it now.  Not sure if all but I think the NightHawk series?  Enable it and have fun with it.

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Jason

Is it the full functionality of the Circle? And you must use Orbi in router mode.

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ImTheTypeOfGuy

Yes I have the nighthawk. I don't know about functionality because I haven't looked at circle before and haven't tried it yet because my kids have cell access. I assume circle is only for wifi devices.

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