TP-Link TL-PA8010PKIT V2 1-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit £46.99 @ Amazon
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TP-Link TL-PA8010PKIT V2 1-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit £46.99 @ Amazon

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Found 11th Aug
Great price for a Twin Pack Power-line Adapters that have Pass Through from TP Link and are rated for 1300mbps. Been waiting for them to drop under £50 as they have been £60+ for some time. They get good reviews online although as always with powerline they won't get the rated speed.
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Great price
This is a good brand for these. Got a set of 2000Mbit/s ones from JL Clearance for £20 but all the TP-Link stuff we’ve had works well and as expected, if you need a set of these this is as good as any (and definitely quick enough for most home internet setups).
I use these and haven't any issues.
Use these everyday and haven't given me any issues. No disconnections etc
I have the 3 port version and they are so good.
I have 2 of the older tp link 500 versions of these but they started to drop connection all the time. Can only presume they just got old? They used to work fine. Not sure whether to risk another pair.
FMCHAOS20 m ago

I have 2 of the older tp link 500 versions of these but they started to …I have 2 of the older tp link 500 versions of these but they started to drop connection all the time. Can only presume they just got old? They used to work fine. Not sure whether to risk another pair.


I had TP Link 500 series homeplugs, they would drop connection frequently. I replace them with Netgear homeplugs and they worked 100% of the time.
Great bits of kit!
Will these work with virgin 200mbs or sky fibre max
madmurd11th Aug

Will these work with virgin 200mbs or sky fibre max


Yes, they work perfectly.
This is a good product, but is it really worth £46.99?

I remember buying a 600Mbps Home Plug AV2 version for £25 (no pass-through). Are these really worth it then?
fishmaster11th Aug

I had TP Link 500 series homeplugs, they would drop connection frequently. …I had TP Link 500 series homeplugs, they would drop connection frequently. I replace them with Netgear homeplugs and they worked 100% of the time.


Yeah I had the same issue with TP-Link, seems to be a common problem with the chipset they use and the way some houses are wired. I ended up replacing them with some Zyxel ones, which doesn't have the same issue.
Priced changed to £54.99
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