NETGEAR 11AC 750 Mbps Dual Band Wi-Fi Range Extender with Power Socket £25.68 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR 11AC 750 Mbps Dual Band Wi-Fi Range Extender with Power Socket £25.68 @ Amazon

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Found 16th Aug 2017
NETGEAR 11AC 750 Mbps Dual Band Wi-Fi Range Extender with Extra Power Outlet (300 Mbps + 450 Mbps) (Wi-Fi Booster)

Just purchased this myself. This is the top selling and highest rated on Amazon. It has a 10% Voucher discount so just apply it to get this price. Discount at checkout.

  • Ideal for extending Wi-Fi to devices like the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, iPad, PlayStation, Kindle, FireTV and Alexa
  • Supports 802.11ac and b/g/n Wi-Fi devices and you won't lose a power socket
  • External antennas for high performance, access point mode creates a Wi-Fi hotspot using a wired Ethernet connection
  • Convenient wall-plug design that works with any Wi-Fi router
  • FastLane technology - use both Wi-Fi bands to establish one high-speed connection; ideal for HD streaming and gaming
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ILikeUsingGifsToComment26 m ago

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Thanks 937 ummmmm Ilikeusinggifs Change again and I will be calling you Dave
Just like Trigger.
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Thanks shabbird, was looking for something to help my switch get signal upstairs, just what I was after!
BIGUSHEADUS6 h, 50 m ago

Thanks shabbird, was looking for something to help my switch get signal …Thanks shabbird, was looking for something to help my switch get signal upstairs, just what I was after!



I've tried a couple of range extenders over the past couple of years (one Netgear though not this model) and have always been disappointed with them. In the end I followed a friend's advice to create a wireless access point by plugging in a powerline adapter upstairs and attached an old router to it (purchased for a fiver on eBay because I'd already disposed of my old Sky router ). The how-to of setting up the spare router to act as an access point (change IP address, disable DHCP) is widely available on Google and very simple to do. Result? Lovely strong wi-fi signal upstairs in the room farthest from the router.
Edited by: "SFJnet" 17th Aug 2017
You can also buy powerline adapters that are wifi hot spots, so a really tidy solution.
Much better than these wifi extenders.
I use Solwise powerline adapters.
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SFJnet1 h, 0 m ago

I've tried a couple of range extenders over the past couple of years (one …I've tried a couple of range extenders over the past couple of years (one Netgear though not this model) and have always been disappointed with them. In the end I followed a friend's advice to create a wireless access point by plugging in a powerline adapter upstairs and attached an old router to it (purchased for a fiver on eBay because I'd already disposed of my old Sky router ). The how-to of setting up the spare router to act as an access point (change IP address, disable DHCP) is widely available on Google and very simple to do. Result? Lovely strong wi-fi signal upstairs in the room farthest from the router.


Hopefully this will work but if it doesnt I'll definitely try this, heard a lot of mixed reviews about range extenders too. I've actually got the stuff to do it lying about for the project you suggested, hmmmmm now whether to cancel my amazon order or not...

Thanks SFJnet I love a good tinker!
Bunnster29 m ago

You can also buy powerline adapters that are wifi hot spots, so a really …You can also buy powerline adapters that are wifi hot spots, so a really tidy solution.Much better than these wifi extenders.I use Solwise powerline adapters.Voted cold


Second this - some good deals on here too. Much better than wifi extenders
I toyed with the idea of getting one of these but in the end I just bought a decent router. I have 75mbps fibre with modem and router in the living room. I have a 4 bed detached house and was getting under 1mbps in the bedroom farthest away from the living room using the naffy ISP supplied zyxel router. Buying a nighthawk r7000 gives me about 45/50mbps. Huge improvement.
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 17th Aug 2017
I've been using one of these extenders for a longtime now and they seem to do an alright job but like a lot of other comments I believe I will move to powerline adaptors as they seem to be a better solution in getting wifi to hard to reach areas.
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