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Refurbished BT WIFI extender 300 £11.99 @ Telephones Online

£11.99 @ Telephones Online
been looking for an extender this seems a good price. maybe not the fastest but does the job Refurb Read More
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been looking for an extender this seems a good price. maybe not the fastest but does the job
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#1
hmm didn't see it was refurbished
#2
Have one of these, very easy setup for BT hubs.
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how do you refurbish one of these? its an electronic device with a multilayer PCB built on a production line with multimillion pound machines. Do they mean they've just switched on a second hand unit and gave it a bit of a pollish?

Edited By: paulj48 on Mar 14, 2017 09:16
#4
Don't know about the refurbished ones but bought a new one last year and it's very good. Simple to setup
#5
will it work with any router?
#6
KiNG
will it work with any router?
It confirms within this video that it will work with all providers and I guess this is their eBay store..

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/121776615926?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
1 Like #7
Has anyone used this successfully using a power strip?
I bought a Maplin Powerline some time ago which failed miserably as it insisted on plugging directly into dedicated sockets at each end.
Who among us tech folk with multiple devices all over the place have empty mains sockets?
#8
paulj48
how do you refurbish one of these? its an electronic device with a multilayer PCB built on a production line with multimillion pound machines. Do they mean they've just switched on a second hand unit and gave it a bit of a pollish?

As usual with lots of this kind of tech what they mean is Used / Second Hand. LOL
"We plugged it in and it works, lets take a chance." At least its 12 months warranty so wel worth it, many refurbs are not.
#9
Good find
1 Like #10
Instead of boosting from wifi, could I plug in an ethernet cable that is upstairs and boost from that? (Output from ethernet/extender)


Edited By: jaybizzle on Mar 14, 2017 14:42
#11
A lot of folks has this misconception that this will boost your WiFi. It only extends the signal but sacrifices the strength. I've been using the Dual Band (600) version with my Virgin SuperHub3 for a while now and does the job well. It generally covers all the black spots where i didn't have a signal but at a reduced data rate. Currently on 50MBps on VM and will get 15-20MBps through the extender which is no big deal to me as the extender covers just basic net stuff. For

Edited By: jjabbar on Mar 14, 2017 15:16: corrrection
1 Like #12
Ordered thank you
#13
OOS
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paulj48
how do you refurbish one of these? its an electronic device with a multilayer PCB built on a production line with multimillion pound machines. Do they mean they've just switched on a second hand unit and gave it a bit of a pollish?


"Refurbished" is the new "Second Hand".
#15
OOS anyway
#16
cheap
decent enough these things, although can be a little bit 'flaky' in a house crammed full of lathe & plaster + 3 foot thick granite walls...

Edited By: niceguyrichy on Mar 15, 2017 03:54
#17
still available
#18
I ordered now but I have charged £13.99 with free delivery not £11.99 ???????
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Monk_5
paulj48
how do you refurbish one of these? its an electronic device with a multilayer PCB built on a production line with multimillion pound machines. Do they mean they've just switched on a second hand unit and gave it a bit of a pollish?
As usual with lots of this kind of tech what they mean is Used / Second Hand. LOL
"We plugged it in and it works, lets take a chance." At least its 12 months warranty so wel worth it, many refurbs are not.

They may have plugged it in, but I doubt it. Mine came pre-configured with someone else's router - a factory reset sorted it out but its clear that it had not been tested.
#20
I bought week ago and yesterday returned back which cost postage.It doesn't worked for me might work for you .I live in 1 bedroom flat from living room to bedroom no signal changed. Good luck whoever wants to buy but I would rather put £10 or more get Netgar not this brand

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