NetGear Mini N300 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender £14.99 prime / £18.98 non prime @ Amazon/Ebuyer
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NetGear Mini N300 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender £14.99 prime / £18.98 non prime @ Amazon/Ebuyer

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Found 5th Sep 2017
Just having a look through Amazon and found this, thought it was a good price, of course with Prime you get free delivery. On the otherhand, Ebuyer are also selling this at the same price and are offering free delivery (http://www.ebuyer.com/671887-netgear-ex2700-wireless-n300-network-range-extender-ex2700-100uks) so either are good in my view
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Will this slow down the rest of the network?
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dwl996 m ago

Will this slow down the rest of the network?


Not necessarily, it will act as a relay to the rest of the home. If anything, the wi-fi router will handle one central device (the plug) rather than several devices (laptops, phones, consoles etc.) trying to connect to it. Hopefully that makes sense.
I would strongly advise not to get this. It only extends the slower 2.4ghz signal

This is better

amazon.co.uk/gp/…rch
Edited by: "jb66" 5th Sep 2017
I think this is the one I have, got it aaaaaaaaaaages ago... then managed to break it (doh) so bought it again... then 2 months later the price went down. Grrr.... this is even lower than the price was when it lowered, so deal! I almost want to buy one to have it spare... I am a muppet
Not bad but as others have said, only has 2.4ghz support. Didn't need it at the time of purchase, but now I do... Think I paid this price a year ago so nothing really that special?

Heat OP!
I have tried several wifi extenders, pretty useless as they only re-transmit a weaker signal

Spend a liitle more and get one of the 'powerline 'models, uses your homes electric circuit to transmit wifi
Edited by: "cullies" 5th Sep 2017
cullies11 m ago

I have tried several wifi extenders, pretty useless as they only …I have tried several wifi extenders, pretty useless as they only re-transmit a weaker signalSpend a liitle more and get one of the 'powerline 'models, uses your homes electric circuit to transmit wifi


Agreed - powerline adapters work much better. You can either get a powerline adapter with wifi access point included or (as I did) use a regular powerline and connect up an old router to act as the access point. Makes good use of that old router that you replaced but never had the heart to actually throw away!
cullies12 m ago

I have tried several wifi extenders, pretty useless as they only …I have tried several wifi extenders, pretty useless as they only re-transmit a weaker signalSpend a liitle more and get one of the 'powerline 'models, uses your homes electric circuit to transmit wifi



You'd put the extender in a place the signal is pretty good.
powerline adapters work much better. FULL STOP
cullies1 h, 40 m ago

powerline adapters work much better. FULL STOP



In what way? Unless you mean a powerline adapter into a router/extender? This is a Wi-Fi device.

Like this? amazon.co.uk/Pow…ifi

Probably right.
Edited by: "rev6" 5th Sep 2017
Unless you have no spare plugs nearby then a powerline would be a much better option for not much more
This is a normal price OP. Thanks for posting any way
not exactly a new deal. I bought this as a gift for someone a couple months ago for the same price on amazon.
cullies20 h, 15 m ago

powerline adapters work much better. FULL STOP


Diferent ring mains? Poor electrical wiring?

Not FULL STOP
cullies22 h, 16 m ago

I have tried several wifi extenders, pretty useless as they only …I have tried several wifi extenders, pretty useless as they only re-transmit a weaker signalSpend a liitle more and get one of the 'powerline 'models, uses your homes electric circuit to transmit wifi


100% agree.
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