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Belkin AC1900 Wireless Dual Band AC+ Gigabit Gaming Router - £24.17 - Sold by eBuyer / Fulfilled by Amazon
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Belkin AC1900 Wireless Dual Band AC+ Gigabit Gaming Router - £24.17 - Sold by eBuyer / Fulfilled by Amazon

£24.17£99.9976%Amazon Deals
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Posted 25th Oct 2018

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Been looking for a router for a while and this one showed up for only £25.

These routers normally cost about £100
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£19.98 at ebuyer
Are these better than the superhub 3
danny197525/10/2018 19:11

Are these better than the superhub 3


Absolute rubbish. Had one last week and returned after it.
do i still need my talk talk router to connect to this :/
These never normally cost £100!!!!
Bargained17 m ago

£19.98 at ebuyer



Plus £3 postage
kareandy7 m ago

do i still need my talk talk router to connect to this



only if it has a fibre connection
Probably quite a good buy because of the usb3 connection (and the Gigbit hub)
kareandy47 m ago

do i still need my talk talk router to connect to this


yeah you will still need that router. Im getting this router so i can extend the wifi coverage in the house. I connect this router to my isp router via Ethernet cable
"Fulfilled by Amazon"? Not fulfilled by Amazon at time of this post: "Dispatched from and sold by Ebuyer UK Ltd".
danny19752 h, 5 m ago

Are these better than the superhub 3


Anything is better than the SH3, that being said I don’t rate Belkin stuff, especially the cheaper range at all.
AndyRoyd1 h, 13 m ago

"Fulfilled by Amazon"? Not fulfilled by Amazon at time of this post: …"Fulfilled by Amazon"? Not fulfilled by Amazon at time of this post: "Dispatched from and sold by Ebuyer UK Ltd".


I did not add thoses details, hotukdeals added it, not sure why or how
danny19752 h, 35 m ago

Are these better than the superhub 3


You still need to keep the suphub router and
Belkin are, and have always been, synonymous with unreliable routers.

It's cheap for a reason.
Bought from Ebuyer earlier this week - in AP mode and connected to Sky Q hub - no issues so far, but using it only for WiFi rather than any of its built in functions. It’s ok for the price!
Epicurean25/10/2018 23:41

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I have virgin media 350Mbps package and with SH3 at least I was getting 320+ speed. But with this Belkin router I was barely getting 200Mbps. And 5ghz signal dropped every now and then.
Wow, i orderd this last night and it has just been deliverd now. about 15 hours from ordering till delivery. never hard a parcel so fast before.
Go with netgear or some other good brand. these are all flash with no cash. put them under stress and watch this device fail.

I had a few belkin models all under replacement until my warranty run out.
I've had one for around 4-5 years. Took some fiddling of the setup to get it working well, and you can get better performers (not for the money), but it's been rock solid for a long time. My TV and Alexa are permanently hung off it over AC - I use it to stream movies to my TV no problem, phones and tablets hang of it as and when. It's one of 4 in and around my house.
Edited by: "Pasanda" 26th Oct 2018
Epicurean25th Oct 2018

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... I agree!!
and neither does this, because that wasn't why i did but didn't it
ibzman26th Oct

Cheaper at ebuyer 20 quid …Cheaper at ebuyer 20 quid https://www.ebuyer.com/786004-belkin-f9k1124-wireless-router-f9k1124-uk


you forgot the postage also
Rathore26th Oct

I have virgin media 350Mbps package and with SH3 at least I was getting …I have virgin media 350Mbps package and with SH3 at least I was getting 320+ speed. But with this Belkin router I was barely getting 200Mbps. And 5ghz signal dropped every now and then.


i have same vm package, i can honestly say the belkin router is working better than expected. Your router maybe in a crowed signal area (change channels) or you using the wrong kind of cat cable, also alot of wifi devies dont go above 120 at most
Sorry my bad
chesham25/10/2018 23:04

Bought from Ebuyer earlier this week - in AP mode and connected to Sky Q …Bought from Ebuyer earlier this week - in AP mode and connected to Sky Q hub - no issues so far, but using it only for WiFi rather than any of its built in functions. It’s ok for the price!


I'm looking for a cheap Router that can function as an AP to extend WiFi in my garage via a powered ethernet adapter. Would this be suitable for that scenario? Also do you have any issues with devices struggling to switch between the two networks?
Edited by: "umirza85" 17th Dec 2018
umirza8517/12/2018 18:17

I'm looking for a cheap Router that can function as an AP to extend WiFi …I'm looking for a cheap Router that can function as an AP to extend WiFi in my garage via a powered ethernet adapter. Would this be suitable for that scenario? Also do you have any issues with devices struggling to switch between the two networks?



If you mean POE, not sure it would power the device - if via a power line plug then yes, should be fine but I use mine with a different SSID as I did have clashes. My Sky Q also had issues connecting to a third party router (did it before on another too) so now I have 2 SSIDs in my house with all devices connecting to the Belkin, and Sky connecting to the sky router.
In theory, it’s possible to use this as an extender in the setup but didn’t extend myself, I put it along side the original.

Have you considered a power line WiFi extender? (If you mean a power line above)
Edited by: "chesham" 17th Dec 2018
chesham2 h, 14 m ago

If you mean POE, not sure it would power the device - if via a power line …If you mean POE, not sure it would power the device - if via a power line plug then yes, should be fine but I use mine with a different SSID as I did have clashes. My Sky Q also had issues connecting to a third party router (did it before on another too) so now I have 2 SSIDs in my house with all devices connecting to the Belkin, and Sky connecting to the sky router. In theory, it’s possible to use this as an extender in the setup but didn’t extend myself, I put it along side the original. Have you considered a power line WiFi extender? (If you mean a power line above)


Thanks for that. I did indeed mean power line plugs. Good to know I can use this as an access point..... Will take a chance and hope the ssids don't cause issues if they're both the same with my Virgin hub. I suppose worst case I can do what you did and have a separate ssid in the garage and backyard.
I was originally thinking a WiFi powerline extender, but getting an av1200 single one is at least £60..... Since I have a couple extra powerline adapters (without WiFi) with ethernet I thought this would be a cheaper option. Especially as it's out of sight in the garage.
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