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D-Link DCH-S150 mydlink Home Wi-Fi Motion Sensor / £17.99 @ pacetech-uk eBay
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Take note : New however this item does not come in original packaging. Item will be supplied in Brown Box Wherever you are, be alerted when motion is detected in your home with … Read more
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1616french2 h, 12 m ago

Are you kidding?I'm thick as pig's muck, too much effort for me tbh.


IFTTT has a fantastic user interface, you couldn't go wrong.
markawes3 m ago

You could create an IFTTT skill to do this I believe. If motion detected …You could create an IFTTT skill to do this I believe. If motion detected then turn on bulb etc.


Are you kidding?
I'm thick as pig's muck, too much effort for me tbh.
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1616french6 h, 12 m ago

Can these connect to Hue bulbs like the Hue sensors?


You could create an IFTTT skill to do this I believe. If motion detected then turn on bulb etc.
Can these connect to Hue bulbs like the Hue sensors?
Edited by: "1616french" 6 h, 12 m ago
jag182722 h, 10 m ago

do you need anything else for this to work? i.e a hub? thanks


No, it connects directly to your WiFi. I have one in my elderly mum's lounge which sends me an email via IFTTT when it detects movement, so I know when she's up ok in the mornings.
DLand In-ear Gaming Headphones £15.99 (Prime) £19.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Does the mic on these work on Android phones?
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Gstar20061 m ago

Not at all just not seeing them as a deal and pointing out they're generic …Not at all just not seeing them as a deal and pointing out they're generic headphones available cheaper if not delivered by amazon.


Maybe we should get Buzz in here to sort this out...
HotFinder3161 m ago

Have I done something to upset you



Not at all just not seeing them as a deal and pointing out they're generic headphones available cheaper if not delivered by amazon.
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Gstar20062 m ago

Bet they're exactly the same inside made on same production line in same …Bet they're exactly the same inside made on same production line in same factory. Just paying extra as stored in an amazon warehouse and delivered by them. Same cheap headphones on the inside.


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HotFinder3162 m ago

Dland > MFtech & Aitalk


Bet they're exactly the same inside made on same production line in same factory. Just paying extra as stored in an amazon warehouse and delivered by them. Same cheap headphones on the inside.
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D-Link 5 port Gigabit Switch £8.62 Amazon (prime) / £12.61 (non-Prime)
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Great price for a 5 port Gigabit Switch. Available in 1-4 weeks direct from Amazon. Cheapest it has ever been according to 3 Camels. Make sure you choose "other sellers" as it is d… Read more
Hot. Every home should have one. More important than aerial behind your main TV stand these days!!
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Fistral

£12.82 prime now.



Nope. Still available. Read the post where it says choose other sellers. It's defaulting to a third party seller fulfilled by Amazon which is more expensive, but you can order directly from Amazon for the price listed in this post.
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D-Link 1000Mbps Powerline Gigabit Starter Kit - 2 Pack  £16.79  Mymemory with code
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LINK20 code for 20% off
Code no longer available. Any info on a new one please?
Ordered but code seems invalid now
Is the ethernet connector on the bottom of these plugs or the top - i.e. Do you need a lot of clearing from the plug socket to the floor in order to plug these in?
Ilovedesign

I am familiar with the purpose of powerlines My broadband speed is … I am familiar with the purpose of powerlines My broadband speed is rated to about 60mbps, it is a fibre connection. In theory, I should be getting more than 7mbps on my server, but the bottleneck could be that there is a high level of interference due to to daisy-chaining extension leads or limits of the basic £5 powerline I purchased. That's a good point, I do a lot of file transfers across the network, I have a Plex media server running on a windows 7 virtual machine that pulls media from a network share attached to a different VM and those files can be quite large. Exporting a virtual machine to an OVF template can also take a long time in addition to uploading large datastore files. The speeds I get on WIFI for outgoing network traffic are actually a lot better, which is why I think I'm getting a bottleneck. I'm a networking "power user" so I think I could potentially justify the upgrade for my use case.

Jonny133

Cheers for that. That strangely seems to be about the same as your … Cheers for that. That strangely seems to be about the same as your Internet, though I'd expect it to be faster. Is there something limiting the hdds or the powerline connection like other traffic whilst doing that file transfer? Or does it seem to be the speed limit of the powerline kit/your wiring?


Unlike DT, it's difficult for me to attribute blame.
I ran another test after rebooting the router and switching off two same-ring-main co-existing Zyxel pairs;
Then ran the TP-link 1200 file transfer with only the TP-Link 1200 on the circuit:
It looks like the file transfer is 20% faster maybe, down to 1m 22s from 1m 43s.
Ring main wiring is not recent.
Not often mentioned; one advantage is the powerline is harder to sniff than one's wifi.
Good job I spelt that last word correctly.
The reason I got into Powerline is that the Virgin Wifi has never been very good for me through several Virgin cable speed and router upgrades.
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D-Link DCS-932L cloud camera £24.47 @ Amazon
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Firstly this camera is not perfect by any means.When viewing the picture the sound can be crackly BUT if you are wanting something which will give you just a bit of piece of mind t… Read more
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I purchased a Dlink camera a few weeks ago to keep an eye on an empty rental property, it does give you peace of mind.

The picture is not perfect, the sound is crackly, but is has given me a text message twice when people have entered the property (thankfully it was the letting agent on both occasions).......so HOT from me.
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This is a very old model still being sold. I still have it but it is very basic and low quality picture . Also camera is fixed and does not move. Negative
Who takes video of clouds anyway?

a pretty niche market I would have thought
I have this and it was pretty straightforward to setup at first.

When I tried setting up with a new router then it was a bit trickier but got there in the end.

It's ok for the price but not the best quality in the world. Ideal for keeping an eye on the dog whilst we are out though.
I have one similar to this, the picture is clearly low quality but then i don have problems streaming the video over a poor WiFi collection (like when i'm abroad). You can take a picture of any intruder but the quality would probably not be good enough to get a conviction. I have an alarm that rings me if it goes off so for me this is fine as a way of identifying if someone is in the house or if it's a false alarm.
D-Link DHP-601AV/B PowerLine AV2 1000 HD Gigabit Starter Kit £19.99 delivered @ Mymemory Amazon marketplace
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Great price for a powerline adapter kit with Gig port.
Thanks, old ones from zyxel just packed in after about 3 years. Tplink ones I bought also packed in previously. Ordered, will give these a try.
I bought this a few weeks back when it was on offer for My Memory for £16.79. Works perfect on BT TV as the TP-Link 500's just didnt cut it (no idea why). Still worth the £19.99. Have some heat OP
mickrick

A few of these in the bedrooms will ensure there are no more whiney … A few of these in the bedrooms will ensure there are no more whiney comments about the wifi signal around the house from the kids.


As long as they have ethernet connections on their devices, this won't affect Wifi. At all
Shame no passthrough, but heat anyway
A few of these in the bedrooms will ensure there are no more whiney comments about the wifi signal around the house from the kids.
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D-Link 500Mbps Powerline Starter Kit - 2 Pack £14.75 @ Mymemory
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D-Links DHP-509AV PowerLine AV 500 HD Starter Kit makes it easy to create a high-speed network using your home's existing electrical wiring. Extend your home network to places wher… Read more
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I have five TP Link plugs working but I had to use the method where you use the PC to name each plug the same and then they work without having to pair them. tp-link.com/us/…tml
I bought 2 packs of these hoping I could use them with our existing Netgear homeplugs but they aren't connecting to our network. Is there any reason why they wouldnt work, other than brand name?
Can I use a set of 2 kits in one network to connect 3 devices?
Edited by: "MusicInMe" 20th Jul 2017
Annoying high pitched sound from the units. Great customer service though and free returns so I have returned it.

Cold though.
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D-link DGS-105 - 5-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch £10.97 Ebuyer
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D-link DGS-105 - 5-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch metal bodied switch Unmanaged switch Five 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit ports MDI/MDIX crossover for all ports RoHS compliant 8.9… Read more
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Looks like deal over quickly 47 still in stock aswell
Showing as £19.22 inc. vat

Was £19.49 save £0.27
D-Link DAP-1330 N300 Wi Fi Range Extender @ eBuyer £8.98 / £10.96 collect+ del
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Seems to be a good price :) Delivery is very expensive though you can use collect+ for £1.98 Increase the coverage of your home Wi-Fi network with the sleek and easy-to-use N300 … Read more
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Skint114 m ago

that's not correct.

Thanks for the correction. Learn something new everyday 😁
arthurly

These only work when on the same circuit as your router.



that's not correct.
aerodeck

Does the do the same as a home plug? I want to strengthen my outside WiFi … Does the do the same as a home plug? I want to strengthen my outside WiFi range so could plug it in my garage where I get WiFi but the garage is in a different circuit board if that matters??



its a wifi extender not a powerline adapter. does not matter which mains circuit it plugs into as it picks up the wireless signal from your router and extends it. it does not send or receive broadband signal through your mains electric circuit like a powerline adapter. yes they work as we have one.
aerodeck16 m ago

Does the do the same as a home plug? I want to strengthen my outside WiFi …Does the do the same as a home plug? I want to strengthen my outside WiFi range so could plug it in my garage where I get WiFi but the garage is in a different circuit board if that matters??

These only work when on the same circuit as your router.
Does the do the same as a home plug? I want to strengthen my outside WiFi range so could plug it in my garage where I get WiFi but the garage is in a different circuit board if that matters??
D-Link AC1900 Dual Band ADSL2 Plus Modem £56.37 @ Amazon (Used Very Good) down from £164
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A nice reduction, it looks like a ADSL2+ modem, not fibre, so if you want it for fibre you will have use a BT open reach modem with it (£17.50 on ebay) Wi-Fi band: Dual band, Wi-F… Read more
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please expire, you cant get at this price.
will this work with bt infinity.
All gone?
Check with your ISP first, Sky for example forbid you officially from using your own Fibre equipment and their router doesn't have a modem/bridge mode.

Also, check for DD-WRT support as this could extend the life of a router security wise and provide additional features (speaking generically).
20% off D-Link Home Automation with code - e.g. D-Link 1000Mbps Powerline Gigabit Starter Kit - 2 Pack £16.79 - Free Delivery @ My Memory
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My Memory have a 20% sale on all D-Link automation products, and there's a few bargains to be had! Use code ' DLINK20 ' at checkout to receive discount. D-Link 1000Mbps Powe… Read more
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I had the D-Link 1000Mbps Powerline Gigabit Starter Kit though on the weekend and this worked perfectly with BT TV and with HD channels too. I tried the TP-LINK TL-WPA4226KIT AV500 Powerline before these and it use to buffer. THank OP for the find
I tested my old ones 200Mbps and the speed I got was 42Mbps, then I swap my powerline adapters to D-link and the speed I got was 120Mbps.
Anyone else received the homeplugs? A quick initial test shows a lowly 40Mbs & they're also significantly larger that the Netgear I already own. So looks like they're going back.
Edited by: "rbz5416" 23rd Jun 2017
Dan__

Don't see it. Only thing under a tenner is the wifi usb dongle.

Yep three Dans in one small thread.
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QuickProfits

Just letting you know the D-Link N300 WiFi Range Extender is under £10 at … Just letting you know the D-Link N300 WiFi Range Extender is under £10 at ebuyer.



Don't see it. Only thing under a tenner is the wifi usb dongle.

Dlink Cloud Router 1200 DIR-636L/B 300Mbps with 4 Port Gigabit Switch £25 (Free C+C, otherwise £5.48 DPD Delivery) @ Scan
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Seems like a decent router for the price! (pirate) The D-Link® Cloud Router 1200 (DIR-636L) provides high-powered wireless connectivity throughout your home. It also lets you… Read more
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polcup

Does this allow you to access connected USB drives remotely? I.E when not … Does this allow you to access connected USB drives remotely? I.E when not connected directly to the local wifi? For example if I have media files on a connected USB can I view them when not at home?



​that d-link app will allow u to play your files. it has cloud support
Is this better than the Virgin Media Superhub 3?
Does this allow you to access connected USB drives remotely? I.E when not connected directly to the local wifi? For example if I have media files on a connected USB can I view them when not at home?
how this compare to the TP-Link D20 router
Single band 2.4GHz only. Not a good spec in this day and age. Need 5GHz.
D-Link GO-SW-8G - GO 8-Port Gigabit Switch £9.98 (Click and Collect £1.98) - £11.96 @ Ebuyer
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A deal of the day on Ebuyer 8 Port 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit ports £2.99 is the cheapest delivery if you don't want to use Click and Collect.
strange went to check out and said product no longer available, weird , got it now
REAL_DEAL

missed it OOS


still says 5 in stock
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D-Link 1000Mbps Powerline Gigabit Starter Kit - 2 Pack £18.99 with code @ MyMemory
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Seems like a really good price for a 1000Mbps Powerline Starter Kit. 5% off with code BOXV5 which brings price to £18.99.
earlsgate9th May

obviously good for getting internet to out of the way places but for wifi …obviously good for getting internet to out of the way places but for wifi you would need to create an access point or WAP. The money saver there is to use an old router ,which can easily be configured


Do you have a link to instructions how to do this please. Thanks
R.O.N.N.I.E

I'm using d-link (WPA8630 so similar from a 1000mbps perspective) with BT … I'm using d-link (WPA8630 so similar from a 1000mbps perspective) with BT fibre. I was struggling to connect additional sky q box on 4th floor with main box on ground floor - sky tried installing their own sky q wifi extenders on each floor and this was too messy. I decided to Powerline instead and I get constant 200-300mbps data rate.



I'm really late to this party....... apologies but just in case someone else happens upon this.... Did you try the powerline function that's built into your two Sky Q boxes?
I have a 24 mtr cat6 cable going from my router upstairs to a switch in another room downstairs, and I have rock solid fast connection.
Will these work with TP-LINK powerline adapters? I'm asking because currently i have TP-LINK adopters for a couple of years.
Edited by: "ArticIcon" 22nd May 2017
I have gigabit internet and my zyxels give me 160Mbps would this allow me to get higher than that through them?
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D-Link PowerLine DHP-601AV/B AV2 1000 Mbps Networking Starter Kit Twin 2  Pack £20.99 @ mymemory-uk / Ebay
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Not pass thru but good value for decent brand.
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rob585

This page does not exist. Please continue to shop on the ebay.com home … This page does not exist. Please continue to shop on the ebay.com home page.



This link works for me.
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fwd079

Well this deal says 18.99? Good deal though.



​Yes better deal with code, until it runs out.
D-Link WiFi  AC750 Router £19.97 @ ebuyer.com (C&C)
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D-Link AC750 Dual band Router, looks a good price, I am not aware of it's performance. Full specs are in the details page.
Looks like it's back to £25.64
Anyone got any recommendations for a decent range AC router please? I bought this one recently - NETGEAR R6220-100UKS AC1200 1200 Mbps (802.11ac), but sent it back as although it promised to extend my wireless range it didn't perform even half as well as the Buffalo Airstation WHR-G300N V2 that I'm hoping doesn't die on me! Sorry to hijack, this sounds a good deal. Heat.

(Assuming the range is OK of course!):D
The AP which I've connected via a 15m Ethernet cable to my router had exact instructions which said to set its address to 192.168.100.1 or similar. The 100 means (I think) that it's on a different subnet from devices connected to the 192.168.1.1 based main router.
buglawton

I recently added an extra access point to my loft. Experimented to see if … I recently added an extra access point to my loft. Experimented to see if my iPhone phone would 'roam seamlessly'. I ensured that the main router and AP had different wireless channels and found that:1. If SSIDs are differently named, phone 'locks' to last manually selected access point even when it's weak.2. If SSID names and passwords are identical, auto roaming to strongest signal seems to work fine. So long as the same band, eg 5gHz, is selected on the phone.They have to be on different subnets (per the 2nd APs instructions), not yet hit issues with accessing wireless printer or Skype dropping call when APs switch, be interested to hear of any known snags.



Glad to hear it. Some devices are good at roaming, some are not. Oddly enough iPhones have a reputation for being absolutely terrible at roaming between access points (or, depending on how you look at it, very good at holding on) so either that's improved with newer iPhones or your signal upstairs from the downstairs point is really really poor (below the threshold for the phone to jump to the other one).
As you point out automatic roaming is much more likely to work if you use the same SSIDs, otherwise as you also point out the device will try very hard to stay on the "same" network rather than switch to what it sees as a totally different one.

The different subnets suggestion is a very odd one. I'd suggest the opposite to be true or you might lose access to some of your local devices on the network. Did you mean wireless channels rather than subnets? The WAPs don't have to be on different channels but it could be advantageous for range/coverage.
colourpie

Devices probably won't hop between the two. So for example if you have … Devices probably won't hop between the two. So for example if you have one WAP upstairs and one downstairs your device will tend to stay 'stuck' to the one where you first connected, completely negating the point. Having the other network differently named means you have to manually switch, but at least you *know* you're connected to the best one.If you're looking to replace the sky (or BT or TalkTalk or whatever) wireless you could either turn the supplied modem/router into modem mode and use this as the router, or you could simply turn the sky (or whoever) wifi signal off but continue to use it as router, and set up the wifi on this (using it as a WAP). You could of course leave the sky wifi transmitting and set up a new wireless network with this, then set some devices (perhaps the local static ones) to use Sky and some (lets say phones/tablets) to use this one. So many exciting options.


I recently added an extra access point to my loft. Experimented to see if my iPhone phone would 'roam seamlessly'. I ensured that the main router and AP had different wireless channels and found that:
1. If SSIDs are differently named, phone 'locks' to last manually selected access point even when it's weak.
2. If SSID names and passwords are identical, auto roaming to strongest signal seems to work fine. So long as the same band, eg 5gHz, is selected on the phone.

They have to be on different subnets (per the 2nd APs instructions), not yet hit issues with accessing wireless printer or Skype dropping call when APs switch, be interested to hear of any known snags.

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D-Link Full HD Cloud POE Camera £93 @ Amazon
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Type: IP, Placement supported: Indoor. Form factor: Cube, Colour of product: White Maximum resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels, Video compression format: H.264, M-JPEG, Supported graphi… Read more
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just pray you never have to use d-links customer service a complete joke arrogant a******
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zizzles

I don't think so, it's designed to be used on windless days when the … I don't think so, it's designed to be used on windless days when the clouds, pretty much, stay put.



​That is why I don't like D link cameras
Graham1979

Cloud subscription costs?


Money
sam_of_london

Is it capable of movement?


I don't think so, it's designed to be used on windless days when the clouds, pretty much, stay put.
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Is it capable of movement?
D-Link DHP-601AV/B AV2 Powerline Adapters £19.95 @ Amazon (Dispatched from and sold by MyMemory)
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Sold via mymemory, appears to be the cheapest price I have seen these and definitely the cheapest AV2 adapters at the moment. Reviews also look good!
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Arrived today and i'm pretty happy with them! Improved from 60-65Mb upto 95Mb from my 100Mb connection
Thanks OP
dragon2611

About 100-130Mbit/s between 2 here that are a couple rooms away and I … About 100-130Mbit/s between 2 here that are a couple rooms away and I have no idea how the wiring between those rooms goes.



I'm only getting 60ish with 200s at the moment so fingers crossed!
Cheap_as_Chimps

I'll give them a go. Gotta be faster than my 200s!



About 100-130Mbit/s between 2 here that are a couple rooms away and I have no idea how the wiring between those rooms goes.
Edited by: "dragon2611" 15th Apr 2017
I would much rather buy pass through capable one's, you lose the plug without them and I always seem to need the plug for something!
I'll give them a go. Gotta be faster than my 200s!
D-Link AC1750 WiFi Gigabit Router (DIR-869) £88.46 / £91.95 delivered | BT Shop
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Seems like a good price for a good router. Has no USB ports though.
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why so cold?
If Onkyo made routers it would look like this one...
urbanbushwacker

Is it a bird is it a plane is it an Ikea dinner table?


Useful for low-budget DIY sci-fi films?
Or at least if your budget can stretch to some Lego (or copies).
But while mostly aesthetics* over form, those 'wings' are presumably the aerials so the designers had a little bit of rational there.
*Or at least a certain kind of aesthetics
Is it a bird is it a plane is it an Ikea dinner table?
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DLink Smart Home HD Starter Kit £50 @ Sainsbury's -  Bristol
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Found this reduced to £50 in a Sainsburys in Bristol. It was the only one on the shelf. Looks to be £100 - £130 most places. Not sure if it's nationwide.
I manage to get one couple weeks ago
I bought one of these when reduced before mainly for the smart plug which works well and IFTTT compatible as is the motion sensor... weirdly what isn't is the camera... doesn't even give email alerts. just app notifications which u then instantly have to tap to get to the live stream so no video recording or still imagery saving anywhere to be found. why?!! camera really let's it down and d link support were absolutely useless.

that being said. if u discard the useless camera, for the switch and motion sensor it's probably worth 50
It is nationwide, if you can find the stock.....should be HOT
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