Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
TP Link AC2600 Dual-Band Booster £62.99 + £3.99 del at Very
-52° Expired

TP Link AC2600 Dual-Band Booster £62.99 + £3.99 del at Very

£62.99£69.9910%Very Deals
16
Posted 11th Jun

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Already a great price at £69.99 (Amazon recently matched it) but you can be taken down to £62.99 without any of the credit account business.

3483422.jpg
Example of code working below. Usual free C&C too.


Hope this helps someone.
Community Updates

Groups

16 Comments
If Very has an offer it usually just brings the price down to normal RRP.
So only a good deal if you want it at the normal price on credit.
runnalls9011/06/2020 16:38

If Very has an offer it usually just brings the price down to normal RRP. …If Very has an offer it usually just brings the price down to normal RRP. So only a good deal if you want it at the normal price on credit.


I'd normally agree, but not on this occasion. Cheapest out there is Very and Amazon @ £69.99. Use the code to get it to £62.99 with free C&C. You find it for £62.99 RRP, I'll get you a pint (ione day, maybe from a reasonable distance)
UntilSally11/06/2020 16:49

I'd normally agree, but not on this occasion. Cheapest out there is Very …I'd normally agree, but not on this occasion. Cheapest out there is Very and Amazon @ £69.99. Use the code to get it to £62.99 with free C&C. You find it for £62.99 RRP, I'll get you a pint (ione day, maybe from a reasonable distance)


Hands up! You made me look and fair enough you would save around £7 with Very this time. As you know though in general that is how Very works but this time I was wrong.. I take that pint though!
runnalls9011/06/2020 16:55

Hands up! You made me look and fair enough you would save around £7 with …Hands up! You made me look and fair enough you would save around £7 with Very this time. As you know though in general that is how Very works but this time I was wrong.. I take that pint though!


Humility, a rare trait these days! You're owed a bevvy just for that
This is a pretty useless device, more trouble than its worth. Better you invest in a mesh network with enough nodes to cover your property, way more stable and less hassle in the long run.
_Jay_Kay_11/06/2020 17:39

This is a pretty useless device, more trouble than its worth. Better you …This is a pretty useless device, more trouble than its worth. Better you invest in a mesh network with enough nodes to cover your property, way more stable and less hassle in the long run.


Useless? Rather subjective isn't it? I have one and I could not fault it. Mesh networking is a little excessive for some, and tends to be pricer than 63 quid. You don't bring a bazooka to a fist fight.
UntilSally11/06/2020 17:43

Useless? Rather subjective isn't it? I have one and I could not fault it. …Useless? Rather subjective isn't it? I have one and I could not fault it. Mesh networking is a little excessive for some, and tends to be pricer than 63 quid. You don't bring a bazooka to a fist fight.


I have 4 of these, 2 at work & 2 at home.

Far better than mesh, 2.4 + 5ghz, plus added advantage of ethernet port which makes for lightening speed connected internet.

Some people just dont fully understand this product & would sooner buy into a buzz word.
BingoBertie11/06/2020 18:52

I have 4 of these, 2 at work & 2 at home.Far better than mesh, 2.4 + 5ghz, …I have 4 of these, 2 at work & 2 at home.Far better than mesh, 2.4 + 5ghz, plus added advantage of ethernet port which makes for lightening speed connected internet.Some people just dont fully understand this product & would sooner buy into a buzz word.


Amen! 🙏🏻
_Jay_Kay_11/06/2020 17:39

This is a pretty useless device, more trouble than its worth. Better you …This is a pretty useless device, more trouble than its worth. Better you invest in a mesh network with enough nodes to cover your property, way more stable and less hassle in the long run.


If you've got the right TP-link router you can use this as part of their "OneMesh" mesh setup.

tp-link.com/uk/…ty/
Great price for this. Can't see why this is going cold unless it's idiots just voting cold because they see Very and assume a rip-off.
MrAlbert11/06/2020 19:04

Great price for this. Can't see why this is going cold unless it's idiots …Great price for this. Can't see why this is going cold unless it's idiots just voting cold because they see Very and assume a rip-off.


That's my thinking pal. Seems like you can't win with some people
BingoBertie11/06/2020 18:52

I have 4 of these, 2 at work & 2 at home.Far better than mesh, 2.4 + 5ghz, …I have 4 of these, 2 at work & 2 at home.Far better than mesh, 2.4 + 5ghz, plus added advantage of ethernet port which makes for lightening speed connected internet.Some people just dont fully understand this product & would sooner buy into a buzz word.


Crippled by wireless...
Anyone got a free delivery code please
TeckHead11/06/2020 20:54

Crippled by wireless...


Nope, no idea what that's supposed to mean.
UntilSally11/06/2020 17:43

Useless? Rather subjective isn't it? I have one and I could not fault it. …Useless? Rather subjective isn't it? I have one and I could not fault it. Mesh networking is a little excessive for some, and tends to be pricer than 63 quid. You don't bring a bazooka to a fist fight.

I assumed you would have realised that my subjective view was "in my opinion & experience", I've had one of these previously and as a very experienced techie I had nothing but problems with it while trying to partly extend my home network, and I also found my unit ran hot. It was unplugged after a couple of weeks and now gathers dust in the garage. I now have a 4 node mesh network throughout the house and we have solid wifi in every room and throughout the garden (4 bedroom average size property). If you don't have a big place, in my personal opinion, you cant go far wrong spending £75 and getting a 2 node mesh amazon.co.uk/dp/…LRG. I bought the 3 node version for my parents long bungalow and again it is solid, never had an issue in over a year, and we have full strength wifi inside and outside their property. You may consider mesh to be overkill but it depends on your application and requirements for wifi.
_Jay_Kay_13/06/2020 12:39

I assumed you would have realised that my subjective view was "in my …I assumed you would have realised that my subjective view was "in my opinion & experience", I've had one of these previously and as a very experienced techie I had nothing but problems with it while trying to partly extend my home network, and I also found my unit ran hot. It was unplugged after a couple of weeks and now gathers dust in the garage. I now have a 4 node mesh network throughout the house and we have solid wifi in every room and throughout the garden (4 bedroom average size property). If you don't have a big place, in my personal opinion, you cant go far wrong spending £75 and getting a 2 node mesh https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QN4GLRG. I bought the 3 node version for my parents long bungalow and again it is solid, never had an issue in over a year, and we have full strength wifi inside and outside their property. You may consider mesh to be overkill but it depends on your application and requirements for wifi.


Too much text for my small brain to process... Thank you anyway!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text