Wall Mount Bracket Holder for Eero Mesh Wi-Fi Router/Extender Hidden 1-Pack Grey

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  • Ultra low profile mini hidden wall bracket/mount designed for the amazon eero mesh Wi-Fi Router/Extender. Simply slides in and held in place by the power cable. The brackets holds the device flush with the wall and has a sturdy / strong hold on the device to prevent it from being pulled or knocked off easily. The Ethernet port's are still fully functional. 
  • Great for freeing up surface space in areas like your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and more. Discreet wall mounting system gives the device a "floating" look. Low profile design allows the device to be mounted in tight spaces to be placed out of sight. Enables users to mount the device in high locations for best coverage and reception.
  • Helps keep the device away from children and interruptions to provide reliable connection. Useful for managing your network setup and keeping things tidy. Only requires a single screw for the most discreet and stress free setup.
  • Please note: This is for the standard mesh only and NOT the mesh Pro. See Pictures For Details. Bracket And Screw and raw plug Only, Amazon eero Not Included.

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Ultra low profile mini hidden wall bracket/mount designed for the amazon eero mesh Wi-Fi Router/Extender. Simply slides in and held in place by the power cable. The brackets holds the device flush with the wall and has a sturdy / strong hold on the device to prevent it from being pulled or knocked off easily. The Ethernet port's are still fully functional. Great for freeing up surface space in areas like your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and more. Discreet wall mounting system gives the device a "floating" look. Low profile design allows the device to be mounted in tight spaces to be placed out of sight. Enables users to mount the device in high locations for best coverage and reception. Helps keep device away from children and interruptions to provide reliable connection. Useful for managing your network setup and keeping things tidy. Only requires a single screw for the most discreet and stress free setup.

Please note: This is for the standard mesh only and NOT the mesh Pro. See Pictures For Details. Bracket And Screw and raw plug Only, Amazon eero Not Included.


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Simon Stafferton
1.0 out of 5 stars Poorly made
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 November 2021
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Simon Stafferton
1.0 out of 5 stars Poorly made
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 November 2021
This arrived and my first reaction was.. I paid £6.49 ... for this?! Its a tiny bit of moulded plastic that resembles something an 11 yr old would make in a DT lesson.

The power cable does not fit through the centre hole unless pushed with considerable force - damaging the connector. To push it far enough through to actually power the device, the connector is then in the way of the single screw used to attach to the wall. Once finally fitted it is not what I'd call flush, and quite frankly I could have made something much more effective myself.
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