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Netgear PL1000 gigabit Powerline starter kit £24.99 @ maplin

£24.99 @ Maplin
another maplin powerline deal (frank30uk posted a good tp link one earlier).. seems to be the cheapest price I can find that delivers up to 1gb speed. free delivery or c&c Netgear PL1000-100UKS G… Read More
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6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago
another maplin powerline deal (frank30uk posted a good tp link one earlier).. seems to be the cheapest price I can find that delivers up to 1gb speed. free delivery or c&c

Netgear PL1000-100UKS Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit

• Up to one gigabit transfer rate between powerline adapters
• Extend the wired network coverage throughout your home* with an uninterrupted connection
• Simple to install and easy to use, enjoy wider network coverage
• Simple one button pairing using ‘push and secure’
• Typical coverage of up to 500 square metres between adapters
• Kit contains two powerline adapters with two 2 metre Ethernet cables to get you started
• Single Ethernet ports allow you to connect a device directly into the adapter
• Power saving mode reduces cost of running the powerline adapters when not in use
• Model number: PL1000-100UK

Special Features
• Software free installation without need of configuring the adapters
• Pick a plug LED indicator informs you of the connections strength between plugs
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#1
thanks
#2
good spot op
#3
max84
no external plug socket, if you have a single plug socket you cannot even use it COLD
and 4 way adapters don't work they just make the speed less than 3mb down

For many people that won't be an issue, it's no reason to vote cold.
1 Like #4
Bunford
max84
no external plug socket, if you have a single plug socket you cannot even use it COLD
and 4 way adapters don't work they just make the speed less than 3mb down
Silly reason to vote cold. I prefer ones without through plug as they look cleaner and I don't need to use the plug. Blanket voting cold on such a thing is a bit daft.
This is super cheap for gigabit powerline adapter as they rarely usually come under £50 mark so it's a good deal.

ok i'll delete my comment
#5
"Typical coverage of up to 500 square metres between adapters"

What a meaningless bit of twaddle. The ability to work on non-wifi powerline adapters depends on mains cable length (discounting wiring condition and electrical noise), not area. And it certainly won't work at 500m!
1 Like #6
Does any one know if this can pair with TP-link or any other brand poweline
#7
Can you connect by wi-fi at the terminating end (where you want to extend the internet too / weak area)
#8
jg213
Can you connect by wi-fi at the terminating end (where you want to extend the internet too / weak area)


no this is just the powerline.. of course you could run the Ethernet into an old router and use as an extender.. alternatively this is the 1gb version with wifi extender
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01B4X4W6O/ref=mp_s_a_1_17?ie=UTF8&qid=1479561458&sr=8-17&pi=AC_SX280_SY350_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=powerline+adapter+wifi
1 Like #9
jaques_kalis
Does any one know if this can pair with TP-link or any other brand poweline


I have a netgear powerline working with older tp link ones fine.. working within the same brand may provide more optimal transfer rates but they should be perfectly compatible otherwise
#10
Had a 3/4 year? old TP link homeplug die yesterday, first one in ages.

Tech refresh time!

Just bought 2 pairs to replace my current mix of 200 mbps plugs.
Need 2 cheap switches now for the tv bits downstairs and the games room upstairs...
#11
Oos
1 Like #12
cold - no socket
#13
Good price for gigabit, I hope it comes back in stock.
1 Like #14
Just had an email to say these are back in stock :)
#15
dblake
Just had an email to say these are back in stock :)

nice.. I was just thinking I should have picked up some more!
#16
£40 now. Expiring the deal.

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