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Netgear GS316-100PES 16 port unmanaged gigabit network switch Used - Very Good at Amazon Warehouse for £30.64
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Netgear GS316-100PES 16 port unmanaged gigabit network switch Used - Very Good at Amazon Warehouse for £30.64

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Posted 1st Jun

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I bought one from the warehouse a couple days ago for a little under £30, which felt like a steal for a 16-port gigabit switch.

Note: the "100PES" at the end of the product code designates that this is the European version, so comes with a power adaptor for a European plug, but if you're like me, you'll have a load of power adaptors lying around from different isp routers etc that will work fine (5.5x2.1mm 12v, 1A). The UK version is also available on amazon, but costs £53.99.
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Showing as "Used - Very good" for £30.64 for me

I spent £32.29 on a "Used like new" in original packing.

I use a switch on my TV unit and the 8 port is maxed out.

At this price I thought why not.
TheBiker01/06/2020 09:16

Showing as "Used - Very good" for £30.64 for meI spent £32.29 on a "Used l …Showing as "Used - Very good" for £30.64 for meI spent £32.29 on a "Used like new" in original packing. I use a switch on my TV unit and the 8 port is maxed out. At this price I thought why not.


The "used like new" in the title was added by a mod, I've now fixed to be correct.

The one I bought was a "very good" and said it had minor cosmetic marks, and a damaged box, but looks perfect to me.
Based on your amended post - Reference EU power Adapter, I am hoping my Netgear 8 port has a suitable mains adapter than I can reuse.
TheBiker01/06/2020 09:54

Based on your amended post - Reference EU power Adapter, I am hoping my …Based on your amended post - Reference EU power Adapter, I am hoping my Netgear 8 port has a suitable mains adapter than I can reuse.


It should do. It's a standard 5.5x2.1mm power jack, 12v 1A, which is the same as the rest of my smaller netgear switches.
RCAnderson01/06/2020 10:04

It should do. It's a standard 5.5x2.1mm power jack, 12v 1A, which is the …It should do. It's a standard 5.5x2.1mm power jack, 12v 1A, which is the same as the rest of my smaller netgear switches.


The EU power adaptor but was always there, but I've now also edited to add the power jack size to help others.
All gone now......
TheBiker01/06/2020 10:15

All gone now......


Looks like you're right. I'll expire the deal. For anyone who missed out, they seem to get new ones reasonably often (based off the last few days), so keep checking.
RCAnderson01/06/2020 10:20

Looks like you're right. I'll expire the deal. For anyone who missed out, … Looks like you're right. I'll expire the deal. For anyone who missed out, they seem to get new ones reasonably often (based off the last few days), so keep checking.


Oh man.... Missed out.

Need one desperately!
TheBiker01/06/2020 09:16

Showing as "Used - Very good" for £30.64 for meI spent £32.29 on a "Used l …Showing as "Used - Very good" for £30.64 for meI spent £32.29 on a "Used like new" in original packing. I use a switch on my TV unit and the 8 port is maxed out. At this price I thought why not.


8 port maxed out on TV? Wow that's one very busy TV unit
sgs22201/06/2020 12:48

8 port maxed out on TV? Wow that's one very busy TV unit

1 connection to router

Plus:

TV
Bluray Player
AV Receiver
Android TV Box
Xbox One
Xbox 360
PS4.
There's more available again, but at ~£35 this time
Just had mine arrive after purchasing the other day. Superb value at this price point. And the packaging was barely damaged at all, unnoticeable. It DID come with the 2-pin European plug but this will in actual fact still plug into UK sockets, you just have to switch off power and bypass the Earth pin socket which is the top one. Otherwise you can always use a travel adapter if needs be.
Ah man... Seems like they are all now around £80 mark
41012587-xwPne.jpgJust when I resurrected our after small fans seized...
Krizzo307/06/2020 21:37

[Image] Just when I resurrected our after small fans seized...


A fan in an unmanaged switch?
Carson_Official07/06/2020 22:23

A fan in an unmanaged switch?


It worked fine for months before I realised fans sezied and was quite hot to touch, originally had two 40x40 fans on the side
Krizzo307/06/2020 22:25

It worked fine for months before I realised fans sezied and was quite hot …It worked fine for months before I realised fans sezied and was quite hot to touch, originally had two 40x40 fans on the side


What model is that? I've never known a unmanaged switch to generate heat (at least to the point that fans were required).
Carson_Official07/06/2020 22:27

What model is that? I've never known a unmanaged switch to generate heat …What model is that? I've never known a unmanaged switch to generate heat (at least to the point that fans were required).


Netgear JGS524
Krizzo307/06/2020 22:28

Netgear JGS524


That must be an old version of it as the current version of it is fanless. How strange.
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