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Netgear 1000Mbps (1 Gigabit - Pack of 2) Powerline Kit and Pass Through, £37.99 at Argos
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Netgear 1000Mbps (1 Gigabit - Pack of 2) Powerline Kit and Pass Through, £37.99 at Argos

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Posted 3rd FebEdited by:"Tacavas"

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It was cheaper, still not a bad price for a great kit. And Amazon

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  • 1000 Mbps powerline speeds.
  • Power consumption: Standby 0.464 W, on-state 2.55 W, full power 3.57 W.
  • Great for connecting smart TVs, streaming players and game consoles.
  • Ideal for 4K HD streaming and lag-free gaming.
  • Works with HomePlug AV and HomePlug Green PHY.
  • Typical coverage up to 500 m² (5,832 ft²).
  • Sets up in minutes, no need to instal software.
  • Secures the network connection with the touch of a button.
  • Powers down when not connected.
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Heat from me, nice that they are decent speed rather than n300 good find!
Heat from me too, I have 6 of these and they work great.

Bear in mind that the speed depend on your electricals, I had very different experiences in 2 houses, one where I had close to Gigabit performance, the other not even 100Mb.
Rubbish. Get MESH!
evostick4703/02/2020 09:36

Rubbish. Get MESH!


Mesh is a totally different product so Your comment is pointless.
Sie_Masz03/02/2020 09:52

Mesh is a totally different product so Your comment is pointless.

I was thinking of getting powerlines but they don't seem to work through different circuits (downstairs is on a different breaker to upstairs). Whats my options? I've tried a signal booster but its not the best.
CDR03/02/2020 09:59

I was thinking of getting powerlines but they don't seem to work through …I was thinking of getting powerlines but they don't seem to work through different circuits (downstairs is on a different breaker to upstairs). Whats my options? I've tried a signal booster but its not the best.


I would also like to know
CDR03/02/2020 09:59

I was thinking of getting powerlines but they don't seem to work through …I was thinking of getting powerlines but they don't seem to work through different circuits (downstairs is on a different breaker to upstairs). Whats my options? I've tried a signal booster but its not the best.



I can confirm that, different circuits=much poorer performance.
If you don't need wired connection, wifi mesh is your best option.
These are good when they work but need frequent resets for me which can be annoying, quite a few people have same issue.
Netgear, tplink or devolo?
CDR03/02/2020 09:59

I was thinking of getting powerlines but they don't seem to work through …I was thinking of getting powerlines but they don't seem to work through different circuits (downstairs is on a different breaker to upstairs). Whats my options? I've tried a signal booster but its not the best.


They work through the earth network so different breakers don't make a difference. If you plugged them in via a 4 way power strip that may have been your problem.
KeelingH03/02/2020 20:29

They work through the earth network so different breakers don't make a …They work through the earth network so different breakers don't make a difference. If you plugged them in via a 4 way power strip that may have been your problem.


Silly question, what is a 4 way power strip? And why would it be an issue? It has earth as well...genuinly interested in the workings of this tech. Thanks
Edited by: "Alllfff" 3rd Feb
These do work on different circuits as long as on same fuse box... You may find differing results across the house depending on the internal wiring.. I have these feeding my garden Room and have very little drop in speed.. Devolo are the best but I'm happy with my three set of tplink.. they work fine.Rarely do I need to re set them. Much better option than range extenders.. not as good as mesh but a good option.
KeelingH03/02/2020 20:29

They work through the earth network so different breakers don't make a …They work through the earth network so different breakers don't make a difference. If you plugged them in via a 4 way power strip that may have been your problem.


It wasn't through a power strip, straight into the wall socket. I'll go pick some up to test now.
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