Currys Clearance: BT Wireless Powerline Adapter Kit £14.99
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Currys Clearance: BT Wireless Powerline Adapter Kit £14.99

£14.99£29.99 50% Currys Deals
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Found 6th Dec
WiFi and Ethernet connection from any plug socket

Up to 500 Mbps

1 Ethernet port

Single-band (2.4 GHz)

Dead simple to get it to work

23 Comments

Anyone know if this does the WiFi from the powers line signal rather than act as a repeater. I have tried finding info but no luck for some definitive answers, thanks!

Original Poster

It seems that it is not a repeater (repeaters were on a different shelf lol). I am not an expert. Sorry.
Edited by: "cantRGS" 6th Dec

None available in Northern Ireland

bigtam115 m ago

Anyone know if this does the WiFi from the powers line signal rather than …Anyone know if this does the WiFi from the powers line signal rather than act as a repeater. I have tried finding info but no luck for some definitive answers, thanks!



I think it's a wired regular powerline and a wifi repeater 2 in 1

no stock needs expiring worse than tesco hunt

OdhranC18 m ago

None available in Northern Ireland


Available in Enniskillen

bigtam137 m ago

Anyone know if this does the WiFi from the powers line signal rather than …Anyone know if this does the WiFi from the powers line signal rather than act as a repeater. I have tried finding info but no luck for some definitive answers, thanks!

Yes. It come in a pair. One is just powerline adapter, other one is powerline + wifi ( from powerline signal)


I have this for last couple of months. Very happy with it.I connected it to my existing TP-link powerline network

Not needing myself but available in Kirkcaldy and Edinburgh (Glasgow Road)

bigtam146 m ago

Anyone know if this does the WiFi from the powers line signal rather than …Anyone know if this does the WiFi from the powers line signal rather than act as a repeater. I have tried finding info but no luck for some definitive answers, thanks!


Yes Wi-Fi comes from the line. It even has its own name and password. I have one. It’s great when it works for both lan and Wi-Fi but does drop out too often I would say. The simple fix I find is switch them off. Count to 50 switch them on and they work again. use them in the kids room so they happy for ps3 and even do the switching off and on.

Decent price if you can find one.

bigtam11 h, 19 m ago

Anyone know if this does the WiFi from the powers line signal rather than …Anyone know if this does the WiFi from the powers line signal rather than act as a repeater. I have tried finding info but no luck for some definitive answers, thanks!


Dose the job quiet brilliantly, I and sure the WiFi signal comes from the powerline itself.

Instock here if it helps anyone. Currys PC World featuring Carphone Warehouse Leeds (The Basilica)

Plenty in stock in Barrow-In-Furness Currys-PC World

I already use av2000 since last year. Wont be downgrading even for free

just reserved one at my local store

has been this price for several months now.. been using it, no issues, does what it says..

It's been this price for a few months now. Great little devices.

I have these from a few months ago. Works very well and good price.

it is N150 so theoretical maximum wireless speed in 150Mbps(megabits) or 18.75 MB(megabyte)/second. which is quite slow and 500 Mbps will be wired speed (if its connection is Gigabit,most of cheap powerline adaptors have 10/100 max) and even though it claims to achieve transfer speeds of 500 it can not take in more than 100 speed at its entry port. so max will be 100Mbps or 12.5MB/s

Good find OP !!!!
Do these run on gas ?

I have this set. Via ethernet I get constant slow downs. My BB is 76mb, which I get consistently via wifi when next to the router. But via ethernet attached via this kit it regularly slows down to 12mb. If you unplug it and plug it back in it solves the problem for a few a few hours/up to a day, but then it just happens again. Pretty disappointed really.

Dr_lovegod19 h, 46 m ago

Yes Wi-Fi comes from the line. It even has its own name and password. I …Yes Wi-Fi comes from the line. It even has its own name and password. I have one. It’s great when it works for both lan and Wi-Fi but does drop out too often I would say. The simple fix I find is switch them off. Count to 50 switch them on and they work again. use them in the kids room so they happy for ps3 and even do the switching off and on.


Does yours completely stop working, or just slow down in speed? I have a similar issue with mine.
Edited by: "Nobull" 7th Dec

Nobull1 h, 54 m ago

Does yours completely stop working, or just slow down in speed? I have a …Does yours completely stop working, or just slow down in speed? I have a similar issue with mine.


It stops working the switch off then on sorts it for us
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