TP-Link RE200 AC750 Universal Dual Band Range Extender, £17.49 Prime £21.48 Non Prime @ Amazon
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TP-Link RE200 AC750 Universal Dual Band Range Extender, £17.49 Prime £21.48 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 15th Apr
Boost Your Router Coverage to Expanded Dual Band Wi-Fi

Product Specifications
Up to 750Mbps AC Wi-Fi Speed
Dual Band 2.4GHz (300Mbps) + 5GHz (433Mbps)
1*10/100M Ethernet Port
Convenient wall-plug design
Works with any Wi-Fi router
Smart Signal Indicator

RE200 expands your existing Wi-Fi coverage with next generation 11AC Wi-Fi technology. It works with any standard Wi-Fi router and creates stronger dual band connections in hard-to-reach areas, allowing you to enjoy seamless wireless coverage throughout your home or office.

If you want to set up new connections on your EE Bright Box Router with TP-Link range extender, you will have to enable Wi-Fi Protected Setup(WPS). And hold the WPS button for 5 seconds when you are paring. For more detailed information, please got to EE official website.

Next Generation 11AC Wi-Fi
Create faster access for 802.11 b/g/n and 802.11ac Wi-Fi devices. RE200 delivers fast speeds of dual band WiFi up to 750Mbps and provides reliable connections for laptops, smartphones, tablets and other wireless-enabled devices.

*Actual Wi-Fi speeds may vary due to different user environments.


Drop-Free, Seamless Dual Band Connections
If one of the main router's dual bands drops suddenly, or in case the main router can only deliver single band, the RE200 still provides stable dual-band connections, allowing you to enjoy stable and drop-free experience on all your devices.


Flexible Placement
The device's miniature size and wall-mounted design make it easy to deploy and move flexibly. What's more, the RE200's profile function remembers previously paired wireless networks, meaning there is no need to reset the device when changing the paired router, you can simply unplug and plug it anywhere to extend the wireless signal.


Ethernet Bridge
The RE200's single Ethernet port allows the Extender to function as a wireless adapter to connect wired devices like Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, DVRs and Internet TVs. At the same time, the device can share the wireless network as well.


Smart Signal Indicator
Smart signal lights show the strength of signal that RE200 receives from the existing router, which can help to find the best location for optimal Wi-Fi coverage.
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Is there a product similar to this that also has ethernet capabilities & a pas through plug socket.
Is this one worth more than the £15 Netgear one?
Rob_Deeley3 m ago

Is there a product similar to this that also has ethernet capabilities & a …Is there a product similar to this that also has ethernet capabilities & a pas through plug socket.


Yeah. Search Netgear 11AC on Amazon
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I have this is hopeless....not recommended.
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Rob_Deeley7 m ago

Is there a product similar to this that also has ethernet capabilities & a …Is there a product similar to this that also has ethernet capabilities & a pas through plug socket.


This does have ethernet but I don't recommend it at all.
This is awesome, also works really well in single transmit mode - I’m using it to further extend my Netgear Orbi network, use the 5Ghz for communication with the hub and broadcast 2.4Ghz
Does this provide separate SSID for the 5Ghz & 2.4Ghz or does it mirror the routers configuration
One person says that it is awful. Another says that it is fantastic. How can opinions differ so much ?
ashtad22 m ago

Does this provide separate SSID for the 5Ghz & 2.4Ghz or does it mirror …Does this provide separate SSID for the 5Ghz & 2.4Ghz or does it mirror the routers configuration


Yes. You can have separate SSID for the 2g & 5g
deleted103252015th Apr

I have this is hopeless....not recommended.


Agree, not consistent.
Do you just plug it in and turn on or is there loads of set up involved?
tobycgraham1 h, 11 m ago

One person says that it is awful. Another says that it is fantastic. How …One person says that it is awful. Another says that it is fantastic. How can opinions differ so much ?


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so final verdict good or bad. Anyone used it recently ?
I have the BT smart hub and it doesn’t reach my loft conversion, the steel beams are interfering is my thoughts on this. Tempted to get one of these to try.
Edited by: "ashtad" 15th Apr
fame49 m ago

so final verdict good or bad. Anyone used it recently ?


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can't here what he saying lol :-)
Jonnyblock2 h, 54 m ago

Do you just plug it in and turn on or is there loads of set up involved?


I have the Netgear version...well 2 of them,plug them in beside the router for first time setup and enter passkey (same as main router) then place them where needed within the routers range ,my router name is Netgear99...extender 1 shows up as Netgear99ext...the other Netgear99ext2....your devices will show these names....just click on them to connect,device should auto connect to the strongest signal after initial set up.
I find them very good one is upstairs for the ps4 and firestick,general Internet use..
The other downstairs for the firestick and ps4,mostly Amazon movie streaming at 1080 and Internet use...gives a full strength signal throughout the house and front and rear gardens...rarely you would get the odd glitch like it's lost connection for a few seconds but not very often at all....overall very happy with them.

These are the ones I use,mixed reviews but mine work fine,you can also one wired connection from them.

NETGEAR Mini N300 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas (Wi-Fi Booster) (EX2700-100UKS) amazon.co.uk/dp/…JJA




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Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 15th Apr
Received my delivery a couple of hours ago. Easy to set up and works great
fame22 h, 36 m ago

so final verdict good or bad. Anyone used it recently ?


I've had it for a few years and it works like a charm.

Unlike some other extenders, this one has separate CPUs for 2.4 and 5ghz frequencies, which I find very useful.

The reason some people say it's bad is because the reliability of this extender (just like any other extender) relies mainly on the router. Netgear routers for example are known to have issues maintaining wireless connections for long periods, so when the extender's connection to the router is lost, all clients connected to the extender lose internet access. This is a router issue. I've had this working flawlessly with as Asus router, but not as good with the crap router from BT.

It's worth mentioning that this extender is a few years old, but for the price it's very good.

I still have mine. It's been in the loft for a few years feeding the entire first floor. It does lose connectivity with the crap BT router, but I have mine connected to a cheap wifi socket (£5) that reboots it automatically at 4am and that appears to fix the disconnection issue with the BT router. I didn't have this issue with other routers I used previously though so I believe it's a BT router issue.
Edited by: "refaey" 16th Apr
Anyone know if this will work ok with the BT Smart Hub ?
refaey1 h, 6 m ago

I've had it for a few years and it works like a charm.Unlike some other …I've had it for a few years and it works like a charm.Unlike some other extenders, this one has separate CPUs for 2.4 and 5ghz frequencies, which I find very useful.The reason some people say it's bad is because the reliability of this extender (just like any other extender) relies mainly on the router. Netgear routers for example are known to have issues maintaining wireless connections for long periods, so when the extender's connection to the router is lost, all clients connected to the extender lose internet access. This is a router issue. I've had this working flawlessly with as Asus router, but not as good with the crap router from BT.It's worth mentioning that this extender is a few years old, but for the price it's very good.I still have mine. It's been in the loft for a few years feeding the entire first floor. It does lose connectivity with the crap BT router, but I have mine connected to a cheap wifi socket (£5) that reboots it automatically at 4am and that appears to fix the disconnection issue with the BT router. I didn't have this issue with other routers I used previously though so I believe it's a BT router issue.


Thanks mate

So how well does this work with Virgin Media latest router. Anyone tried??
Edited by: "fame" 16th Apr
tobycgraham15th Apr

One person says that it is awful. Another says that it is fantastic. How …One person says that it is awful. Another says that it is fantastic. How can opinions differ so much ?


Wifi extenders reduce data speeds - that's universally accepted and there's no debate about that.

It may be the case that the person who 'liked' it got a signal where there wasn't one before, as a result of which he's happy.

Really extenders are a waste of time IMO. If you want a better signal, get a proper MESH networking solution.
Edited by: "Picard123" 16th Apr
ashtad15th Apr

I have the BT smart hub and it doesn’t reach my loft conversion, the steel …I have the BT smart hub and it doesn’t reach my loft conversion, the steel beams are interfering is my thoughts on this. Tempted to get one of these to try.


Have you tried placing the router on the first floor?
Picard1233 h, 28 m ago

Have you tried placing the router on the first floor?


No I haven't as my master socket is in the living room
ashtad27 m ago

No I haven't as my master socket is in the living room


Just get an extension lead and try out a higher location.
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