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NETGEAR PL1000 Powerline Adapter Kit - Twin Pack £24.99 @ Currys eBay Store + Free Delivery

£24.99 @ eBay
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1 Like #1
Who the heck just bought 20?
#2
Any cheap gigabit powerlines with a passthrough?

Will probably use these wih a switch, its cheaper than powerlines
#3
pjazzy
Who the heck just bought 20?

Happens all the time with things like this. I posted up a Wireless AC USB stick a while ago, and someone bought all of them. Once the deal is gone they can be sold on for a tenner or so more than the deal price.

I remember seeing a router once which looked cheap, I did a quick google search to make sure it was actually a deal, checked out it specs and thought yeah I'll take one but was too slow.

Anyway I managed to get 1 of these so hot while it lasts.
#4
pjazzy
Who the heck just bought 20?

Even worse a quick look over those purchases and that buyer has actually bought 100 of them.
#5
BigYoSpeck
pjazzy
Who the heck just bought 20?
Even worse a quick look over those purchases and that buyer has actually bought 100 of them.
hate the scum that does this and robs all the normal customers of a bargain
#6
bouncy99
BigYoSpeck
pjazzy
Who the heck just bought 20?
Even worse a quick look over those purchases and that buyer has actually bought 100 of them.
hate the scum that does this and robs all the normal customers of a bargain

i bought 120, i am paying £24.99 a unit how am i robbing?
#7
xbox360man
bouncy99
BigYoSpeck
pjazzy
Who the heck just bought 20?
Even worse a quick look over those purchases and that buyer has actually bought 100 of them.
hate the scum that does this and robs all the normal customers of a bargain
i bought 120, i am paying £24.99 a unit how am i robbing?

How do you not see the irony in your reply?
#8
I believe that these items are Homeplug AV as opposed to Homeplug AV2. In cases that is important to you.
#9
xbox360man
bouncy99
BigYoSpeck
pjazzy
Who the heck just bought 20?
Even worse a quick look over those purchases and that buyer has actually bought 100 of them.
hate the scum that does this and robs all the normal customers of a bargain
i bought 120, i am paying £24.99 a unit how am i robbing?
What are you going to do with 120 units?
#10
Similar price on Amazon just now.
#11
BarnSt0rmer
Similar price on Amazon just now.

Are they? Says £44.55 to me. Annoyed as needed some new ones after my Zyxel ones started dropping packets and brought some D-Link ones from Amazon for £30

Edited By: marshalex on Dec 02, 2016 13:28
1 Like #12
...which is £5 more than the next model up!
#13
Are these gigabit ports?
#14
AjunNg
Are these gigabit ports?

yes
#15
bouncy99
BigYoSpeck
pjazzy
Who the heck just bought 20?
Even worse a quick look over those purchases and that buyer has actually bought 100 of them.
hate the scum that does this and robs all the normal customers of a bargain

Don't hate the player, hate the game.
#16
Ok if I have my home hub downstairs and I want wired devices upstairs, could I connected this to a switch/hub and connected my consoles and how much loss of speed do you usually experience?
#17
Fuzztone
I believe that these items are Homeplug AV as opposed to Homeplug AV2. In cases that is important to you.

Whats the difference? Is the throughput still around 1Gigabit?
#18
jimbo001
Any cheap gigabit powerlines with a passthrough?
Will probably use these wih a switch, its cheaper than powerlines

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amazon-warehouse-used-very-good-tp-link-tl-pa7020p-kit-av1000-2-port-gigabit-pass-2561952

Still available through amazon warehouse and you get 20% off plus got two ports!
#20
The listing ended in #19 has ended but same item is being sold for £14.99 with free delivery from other sellers.
Picked up a couple. Seems identical to product in OP and £10 cheaper.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NETGEAR-PL1000-Powerline-Adapter-Kit-Twin-Pack-White-Up-to-1000-Mbps/282277546702
#21
kopking23
jimbo001
Any cheap gigabit powerlines with a passthrough?
Will probably use these wih a switch, its cheaper than powerlines
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amazon-warehouse-used-very-good-tp-link-tl-pa7020p-kit-av1000-2-port-gigabit-pass-2561952
Still available through amazon warehouse and you get 20% off plus got two ports!

*Salutes*
#22
ukjoel
The listing ended in #19 has ended but same item is being sold for £14.99 with free delivery from other sellers.
Picked up a couple. Seems identical to product in OP and £10 cheaper.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NETGEAR-PL1000-Powerline-Adapter-Kit-Twin-Pack-White-Up-to-1000-Mbps/282277546702

Wow ... thanks ukjoel
1 Like #23
ukjoel
The listing ended in #19 has ended but same item is being sold for £14.99 with free delivery from other sellers.
Picked up a couple. Seems identical to product in OP and £10 cheaper.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NETGEAR-PL1000-Powerline-Adapter-Kit-Twin-Pack-White-Up-to-1000-Mbps/282277546702

This is the same seller who suddenly found loads more a couple of hours ago
#24
ukjoel
The listing ended in #19 has ended but same item is being sold for £14.99 with free delivery from other sellers.
Picked up a couple. Seems identical to product in OP and £10 cheaper.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NETGEAR-PL1000-Powerline-Adapter-Kit-Twin-Pack-White-Up-to-1000-Mbps/282277546702

Seller has no selling history for over a year. Looks like a compromised account.
1 Like #25
ukjoel
The listing ended in #19 has ended but same item is being sold for £14.99 with free delivery from other sellers.
Picked up a couple. Seems identical to product in OP and £10 cheaper.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NETGEAR-PL1000-Powerline-Adapter-Kit-Twin-Pack-White-Up-to-1000-Mbps/282277546702

I have done the same. I noticed the previous listing ended then I just did a search and found that the same seller has listed it again. So I ordered it but he's still not accepted payment and its been like over 2 hours since I ordered.

I still have the other order with currys placed too, not cancelled it yet just incase this other one doesn't go through.
#26
not very good reviews on Amazon, though good deal for the price..
#27
najalubar
not very good reviews on Amazon, though good deal for the price..
which listing were you looking at?
I found great reviews for this. The only critical review I seen of this was that someone mentioned the wifi cuts out sometimes. Then again that issue prob may have been or will be resolved in an a new fw update. The ethernet works great on it.

Netgear make some good stuff, these should be well better than the crappy free power lines that I've got just now.

Edited By: Dan__ on Dec 03, 2016 17:02
#28
anyhow, it's up to 49.99 now.
#29
I regret cancelling my order from Currys now.
I have an order placed with that other seller on ebay for 14.99 and no response or dispatch. Looks like I wont get that as prob a compromised account as mentioned on here :(
#30
Just arrived, plug and play other than securing the network (less than a minute holding a button on each).

Can't do a full gigabit benchmark yet as the device I'm using it on has a 100mbit port. Hovers between 8-10 megabytes a second. Not quite as steady as a regular wired connection. I'll need to test it further with a gigabit connection.
#31
BigYoSpeck
Just arrived, plug and play other than securing the network (less than a minute holding a button on each).
Can't do a full gigabit benchmark yet as the device I'm using it on has a 100mbit port. Hovers between 8-10 megabytes a second. Not quite as steady as a regular wired connection. I'll need to test it further with a gigabit connection.

About 2 Minutes 30 to transfer a 1.47GB audio file to my WD MyCloud, works out around 12MB/s. Not too shabby.

Internet connection is solid, getting 36/9 from Sky Fibre, which is much better than the intermittent 14/9 the Sky Q Hub's WiFi was giving me.

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