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Securifi Almond - (3 Minute Setup) Touchscreen Wireless Router / Range Extender

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  • #1 Rated Wireless Router & Repeater on Amazon US
  • 95% of customers set it up in 3 Minutes using Touchscreen Wizard
  • Multi Purpose: Use as primary Router or Range Extender or Wireless Bridge - no built in DSL modem.
  • In Range Extender (Booster) mode compatible with any existing router (ex: Netgear, Linksys, Belkin, etc..)
  • Compatible with PC, Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, iPad, Android, XBOX
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 4.8 x 4.3 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0087NZ31S
  • Item model number: ALM-BLK-IN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6,381 customer reviews)
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Product Description

"A WiFi Router You Won't Have to Hide" - New York Times

"A wireless router for the post-PC era" - CNet

"Almond easily achieves its stated goal of simplifying networking setup" - Ars Technica

"Almond may just change the way users go about setting up their wi-fi connection" - CNBC

Revolutionary Touch Screen WiFi Router + Range Extender
Almond is a revolutionary device that brings touch to Wireless Routers for the first time in history.
For the first time users can setup & maintain their router easily from its highly intuitive touch screen.
You can avoid the cumbersome PC/Mac based setup that is common with other routers.
Its dual purpose -- You can use it either as a Wireless Router or a Range Extender

Range Extender (Booster/Repeater)
If you already have an existing router but are not happy with its range, Almond can help you extend its range wirelessly!
It is compatible with most routers from Apple, Netgear, Linksys, Cisco, Belkin, Dlink, Asus, Verizon, AT&T, etc..

Wireless N Router
Almond can also be used as a full featured Wireless router with speeds upto 300Mbps.
Just connect it to your Cable/DSL/Fiber modem and follow the intuitive on-screen instructions to set it up

Wireless Bridge (WiFi to Ethernet)
You can connect your older devices (PC/TV) that only have Ethernet to a WiFi network

Securifi takes Security very seriously. Unlike other routers, Almond is fully secure out of the Box.
Also, each Almond ships with a unique and random name (SSID) and password set at the factory.
Almond default SSID's 'nomap' tag prevents your router from being recorded in Google's Location Tracking Database.

Technical Specifications
300Mbps MIMO, 2 antennas
2 LAN + 1 WAN Ports
Power Supply: 5V, 1A
Port Forwarding, Firewall, DMZ, UPnP

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Customer Reviews

Now we have a strong signal throughout the house.
Terri Beth Smith
Very nice looking, well designed, compact/light, and works great.
Thanks Securifi for making a product worth reviewing!
Kindle Girl Jax

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

619 of 655 people found the following review helpful By mzablot74 on September 8, 2012
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I have been researching extensively on how to get a better wireless signal through out my house. The router is a DLink DRR-655 and it works well. The problem is that it must be located in the office which on the 2nd floor - SW corner of the house. Our iPad can not sustain a signal on the 1st floor in different areas and the Wii can not get a good signal in the basement. I came across the idea of using a wireless range-extender. This one had good reviews on Amazon, so I gave it a shot.

The packaging was fine and the item arrived 5 days prior to the estimated delivery date; so far, so good!!

The other reviews explained how easily the range-extender could be configured and I agree. The unit is so simple to set up it doesn't come with any kind of instruction manual. Instructions start as soon as the device is powered on. It detects your current wireless signal, asks for your password, walks through a couple of quick steps and it's working!! I've got a 3 bar signal on the iPad and the Wii is working great.

The only very minor drawback is that it creates a 2nd wireless network which requires you to find it and select it. Not that big of a deal, but it does create an added step. So your device will pick up both your signal from the wireless router (i.e. "Network Name") and the signal from the Almond (i.e. "Network Name - Almond"). So just understand that you'll need to select the Almond's signal on your device where needed instead of the primary wireless signal.

Overall, A+ for ease of set-up and hearty, strong signal where I need it. The device is very compact. We have it placed on top of our hutch in the formal dining room and you can not even see it.
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263 of 282 people found the following review helpful By jcgoobee on March 6, 2013
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I've been an electronic consumer for decades and for the very first time, I have to say Securifi has truly impressed me with NOT just their product, but their superior customer support quality. I ordered the Almond as a range extender and it arrived the next day, directly shipped from Securifi. As far as user manual, guess what? You won't need it, since it's so easy to setup from the touch screen user interface. Who really enjoys reading manual anyway? Maybe some of you do but I don't.

Product setup: I had it up and running within 5 minutes (could be less but it went too fast so I lost count). It connected flawlessly to my Apple Extreme router without issue. I quickly tapped into the Firmware update menu, and see if I need to do any updates. As of today (3/6/2013), the firmware has already been updated to the latest at the time they shipped it. Awesome! The range is very good. I would give it a 8 out of 10 as it doesn't have an external antenna, but it will probably spoil the elegant design of its simplistic look. That part is totally forgivable.

Customer support: This is really worth buying the product alone as you don't see this kind of service everyday these days.
When I setup the Almond, I noticed that the _Almond was attached to the SSID of my router. I don't want that to be attached since I hate to toggle between the Router's and the Almond's SSID manually. I basically want my connection seamless. I'm too embarrassed to mention of what I have overlooked, but I couldn't find the way to make the SSIDs identical. I called Securifi's tech support but I hung up while I had another incoming call. About 5 minutes later, I got a call from Securifi, I thought, that was strange as I didn't leave any voice mail to them, but they called me anyway.
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418 of 455 people found the following review helpful By sshannon123 on September 15, 2012
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Replaced a Dlink Extreme DR655 due to intermittent connection.
The Almond eliminates high blood pressure associated with installing a new router.
All their marketing is true.
Furthermore, the manufacturer has called me twice and emailed me once to ensure I am happy with the unit. It's like I bought the router at Nordstrom!!!!
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382 of 424 people found the following review helpful By roaeja on November 15, 2012
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If you are looking to extend your wifi signal about 100-150 feet, then this might help you. You locate this 100-150 feet away. Plug it into any AC outlet, near the area where you are getting a weak signal from your wireless router. It will capture your wifi signal and rebroadcast it, another 100-150 feet, for a total of around 300 ft. Not to bad.

So, if your current wifi signal doesn't reach that far, this will fill the bill. Set up is a breeze, it will find your wifi router and all you have to do, is enter the password for it. It might be good to plug it in somewhere outside, if you have a wireless camera or want to use a Kindle or iPad device outside away from your main wireless router, plug this baby in to prevent drop outs. And the customer service is outstanding, eager to help you set it up and make you happy.

For the peace of mind, ease of set up and cheap price, it's a good deal.
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216 of 241 people found the following review helpful By J. Welch on October 11, 2012
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The overall design is very attractive. In fact it is by far the sexiest router that I've laid eyes on. However I have encountered a few bugs and concerns that should be able to be resolved with a firmware update. Mine is running software version: AL1-R181-L183-W22, and when I check for updates it says I am using the latest version.

1) When changing wireless channels > Apply > Home > go back to Wireless and it defaults back to Autoselect.
2) Unable to change the guest password. If you change it then it defaults to no password and is unsecure.
3) Guest subnet is the same as the main "private" subnet. It needs to be different in order to prevent access to the private lan.
4) Web gui becomes unresponsive after modifying certain settings. You must power cycle the unit in order to access the gui again.
5) The first DNS is a Taiwan IP ( I don't recall ever seeing any preset addresses in a router before.
6) SPI firewall was disabled by default.

I have tried using both IE9 & Firefox 15.0.1 on Win 7 Ult x64. Other settings can be changed and are retained, so I cannot see this as a browser bug. There may be other bugs that I have not uncovered. The good news is that once I emailed support@securifi.com I received a response in less than 15 min.


Hi J

Sorry for the trouble and Thank you for bringing these to our attention.

Please try the attached firmware and you should be able to set the channel from the LCD's Wireless section. The channel setting from the Web UI is still buggy. We recently became aware of the Guest network issues also and we are working on them now. We will let you know once a fix is available.


Rammohan Malasani
Founder & CEO


* EDIT 5/10/2014 *

Please note the date of my original review, so it is possible that Securifi was able to fix the items I listed above.
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