As Seen On TV: Wifi Wizard Review


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    The Product: Wifi Wizard

    The Promise: “Get Connected, Stay Connected!”

    The Total Price: 1 Wifi Wizard and 1 bonus wifi adapter for a grand total of $37.85.

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WiFi Wizard Review


What is the Wifi Wizard?

The Wifi Wizard is a parabolic reflector that reflects your WiFi router signal in the direction you want it. This makes for a stronger, more focused signal exactly where you need it.


What Makes WiFi Wizard A Good Buy?

The WiFi Wizard’s perfectly shaped reflector makes it super easy to reflect your WiFi signal where you want it saving you time and money over buying a new router.


Does WiFi Wizard Have A Special Offer?

Bonus WiFi adapter with purchase of WiFi Wizard.


WiFi Wizard Total Price Breakdown

1 WiFi Wizard for $19.95 + $7.95 shipping and handling + bonus WiFi adapter for an additional $7.95 shipping and handling + a $2.00 web surcharge fee for a grand total of $37.85.


WiFi Wizard Lowest Price

At the time of this writing, the lowest price for the WiFi Wizard is through the official company website.

(Alternatively, you can see if you can find it cheaper at walmart.com by searching in the box below:)




Where To Buy WiFi Wizard?

WiFi Wizard is currently not available in stores. Click any of the big yellow boxes on this review page to order WiFi Wizard direct from the official company website.


Does WiFi Wizard Have A Warranty or Guarantee?

The WiFi Wizard is covered by a full 30 day money back guarantee minus the costs of shipping and handling.


WiFi Wizard Customer Service Information

Telephone: 1-866-342-5003

Email: wifiwizard@customerstatus.com


Does WiFi Wizard Really Work?

WiFi Wizard is incredibly effective at what it does; which is bounce a WiFi signal in the direction you want it and making it stronger. However, it is not magic bullet that will fix all of your internet connection needs. In my case, it definitely made my signal stronger but I ended up buying a new router anyway. (The router itself was just too weak even with the boost in power!)


WiFi Wizard Review: Our Conclusion

All in all we liked the WiFi Wizard. It did a great job of boosting my weak internet signal for a fair price. (Just remember that in some cases even with a boosted signal, you still might have connection issues due to the router itself!)

So if you are looking for a way to get better WiFi coverage in your home, be sure to do yourself a favor and click that big yellow box below to get YOUR WiFi Wizard today!



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What are YOUR thoughts about the Wifi Wizard? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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18 comments on “As Seen On TV: Wifi Wizard Review
  1. Shawn TheBondFan says:

    Amazing

  2. Mike Ricketts says:

    I’d be more angry with this commercial if it weren’t so much BS that I wanted to try it.

  3. The As Seen On TV Blog says:

    The WiFi Wizard is the new As Seen On TV WiFi signal booster for your wireless internet router. Does it really work? Check out my review for the answer!http://asseenontvblog.net/index.php/as-seen-on-tv-wifi-wizard-review/ #asseenontv #asotv #wifi #wifiwizard

  4. The As Seen On TV Blog says:

    The WiFi Wizard is the new As Seen On TV WiFi signal booster for your wireless internet router. Does it really work? Check out my review for the answer!http://asseenontvblog.net/index.php/as-seen-on-tv-wifi-wizard-review/ #asseenontv #asotv #wifi #wifiwizard

  5. Shane Trusty says:

    The WiFi Wizard is the new As Seen On TV WiFi signal booster for your wireless internet router. Does it really work? Check out my review for the answer!http://asseenontvblog.net/index.php/as-seen-on-tv-wifi-wizard-review/ #asseenontv #asotv #wifi #wifiwizard

  6. Douglas McAllister says:

    Umm…how the hell does it make your Connection fast again? I feel as if you thew that in there for idiot’s to believe

  7. Iris Zizka says:

    What the fuck since when does an ipad ever fucking bluescreen?

  8. GjukOfficial says:

    U can use beer can :)

  9. The Random Channel says:

    We use a belkin n+ router so we dont need a booster.

  10. Jamie Murphy says:

    Anyone noticed 0:41 in and 0:46 that the signal symbols are different, pretty sure you only get a dot if you get no signal.

  11. furyp100 says:

    Now random people will use your guest internet access from like 3 blocks away.

  12. Paul Huskey says:

    1:16Is she watching a live-action 50 Shades of Grey or something?

  13. shyne1o1 says:

    You make something way better with a satilite dish , you know the ones dish network likes leaving around.

  14. Asadamcan says:

    Use tin foil

  15. Cuda FX says:

    lol. its a bloddy bowl

  16. cindy saidi says:

    Dos it werc in the care

  17. Queenbee cece says:

    1:25 is she watching the beginning of a porno?????

  18. animegrrl808 says:

    Look! A 20$ bowl!

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