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TP Link TL-PA7010 KIT - av1000 powerline / homeplug adapters in Tescos Newtownards £15
LocalLocalFound 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Will probably get shot down as a yellow sticker in-store only deal but hopefully will help someone else out. Internet throughout the home via your electrical wiring. Cheapest I've… Read more

Found one on the shelf in Baldock. Down from £30 to £3 I've got no need for them at this precise moment, but... £3....


Just picked two up in Tesco Middlebrook, Bolton. thanks for the info.


There’s also a tp link WiFi/cloud hd camera about for £22 (it’s £90 in curry’s and gets very good reviews). Managed to get the last one in my local store as well as the last set of gigabit power line adaptors


Bangor in Co. Down had a couple left in the Springhill store when I was in earlier too, none in Bloomfields though. Does this now count as a nationwide deal? Lol.


Just picked these up from tesco in Bangor, North Wales for 15 quid. First time I've won the wild goose chase!

Zyxel PLA5256 2 Port Gigabit Powerline Kit with Pass Through, 1000Mb/s HomePlug AV2 (Pack of 2) £44.34 delivered @ CPC Farnell
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Includes 2 x Powerline Adapter and 2 x Ethernet cable This the top offer in their latest email. 315 in stock at time of posting Product Overview Delivers a high-performance powerl… Read more

Probably, according to the TP-LINK FAQ Q: Are TP-LINK AV200,AV500,AV600,AV1200 powerline adapters compatible with each other? Are TP-LINK PLC adapters compatible with adapters of other Brands? A: TP-LINK AV200,AV500,AV600 powerline adapters adopte HomePlug AV Standard, so they are compatible with each other,AV1200 adopt HomePlug AV2,that is also backward compatible with HomePlug AV standard,which means TP-LINK AV200,AV500,AV600,AV1200 are all compatible with each other.However, the powerline rate will drop to lowest one’s rate when use different AV adapters together. For adapters of other brands,if they adopt the same standard,they should also be compatible with TP-LINK adapters.However,different brands’ products will have different ways to pair and configure,it might be much easier to use adapters from the same brand.


I have Tplink powerline adapter as well. Does it work together?

NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack £39.99 Amazon
Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
Have been watching these for a while as needed an extra few - they’ve just dropped down from £70-80

Your mileage will definitely vary. This is just now. 40mbps download, 10mbps upload, using these ones purchased back in August 2016 (my setup - router downstairs, to mains, to upstairs, another router, then PC/server/etc). I play without problems and max download speeds without ping issues or throttles (as you can see there, 6ms ping to the test server, around 1/2ms ping to the sky box (in comparison, under 1ms ping to the server connected also upstairs). Definitely worth a go, if your power lines support it. Otherwise you may have problems (as I had on a previous address). Also, they are not interchangeable with other power line systems as these are, technically, encrypted. You'll simply add even more noise to the system although I didn't spend much time on this. This link here may be worth a read.


My recent experience. I purchased another pack of two and couldn't get them to synch with the existing ones.Spent an hour on the phone with Netgear support. No joy. Eventually told the new ones were faulty but honestly they worked perfectly on their own.


Same here. But just to correct some of the information in here, the advertised speed is in half-duplex (one way), for full duplex (what you need) you will get half the advertised speed, as a maximum. With respect to pings and general performance, tueyre as good as your wiring (its not all equal) and a new house is just as likely to have poor quality cabling as an older house - copper costs money. If they're on the same stretch as a noisy demanding appliance it's likely to interfere with your performance. Best way to troubleshoot is literally unplug every appliance and device plugged in and see if your wiring is the real cause, more likely a microwave, white goods or cheapo Chinese POS creating noise.


I would recommend trying the homeplug first, in my experience I have not received such high ping times and work just fine for gaming, better than if you were using wifi only or wifi with repeater.


Powerline is some kind of standard so they can be mixed and matched between different manufacturers. Not completely sure but I guess they would run at the speed of the slowest device. Tbh that's guesswork.

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NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack £44.99 @ Amazon
Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
From £64.99 to £44.99 .. NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack
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Yes, if they use the same protocol and encryption. I mix TP-Link, D-Link and Netgear without a problem.


It's been cheaper in the past


£39.99 If maplin have stock


Yes. I moved from AV600 to AV1200 and download speeds went from about 50 to a 100 which is what the broadband is rated at. It will also depend on the quality of your house wiring.


I've gone for the tp link, still a decent company and good reviews, and a tenner cheaper.

NETGEAR PL1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug (1GB Ethernet Port) - Pack of 2 £39.99 @ Amazon
Found 15th Dec 2017Found 15th Dec 2017
Good (not amazing) price for these, they’re great piece of kit though with reliable speeds.

Thanks. Does that mean that there will be no increase in speed?


Not really worth it.


I currently have the tp a 500. Will I get any increase in speed if I use this? My broadband is 78mb and I am getting about 35 to 41mb currently.


Any recommendations on a router?


Yeah I'm using the provided router. I may look to change it one day.

Technomate TM-1200 HP PT 1200 Mbps Gigabit HomePlug AV2 Powerline Adapter (Pack of 2) - £44.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th Sep 2017Found 18th Sep 2017
Cheap as chips for a gigabit 1200mbps set! These work out £10 less than Netgear and Tplink Gigabit Ethernet Port with 128-bit AES Encryption Multiple data streams (MIMO) with B… Read more

Still the same price at Amazon now.


Yes it's quite bulky, but it runs cool - which can be unusual for these types of device - and it really is just plug and play. I haven't speed tested this yet but I'm really pleased with it, and you're spot on, the price is great for one of this specification - so many thanks! :D


True, had that problem with the base input design with ours, couldn't use them in the 2 attic rooms where we needed them.


the problem with this style is. what height are most plugs in the house low down and you need to stick a cable in that still and they dont recomend adding these to extension bars


I only pay £1.75p for a large bag of chips.

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TP-Link 600 Mbps Nano Powerline Adapter Starter Kit (Homeplugs) £21.99 @ Amazon
Found 22nd Aug 2017Found 22nd Aug 2017
Looks like Amazon have price matched Currys / PC World on these. Was going to order from Currys but prefer to order via Amazon since have a prime account. Good price for a decent … Read more

This Gigabit powerline kit from mymemory for £21.99 delivered seems better value. Good reviews too. https://www.mymemory.co.uk/d-link-1000mbps-powerline-gigabit-starter-kit-2-pack.html?utm_source=google_shopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIraeI06jt1QIV5p3tCh3CWwNYEAQYASABEgLm3_D_BwE


I've got these, and lasted just over a year, I'm forever replacing these dam things as mine are on 24/7 too. Hence I won't pay anymore


I was aware you can get cheaper brands for that price, had some from a brand called Solwise once. They were decent enough but only lasted a few months. Problem for me is I have these on 24/7 pretty much till they die, perhaps not the best way (lol)


Should be £14 max


price on this equipment is getting cheaper as it cant do Wi Fi spend a bit more and get WiFi enabled, far more flexible

NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet - £44.99 @ Amazon
Found 4th Aug 2017Found 4th Aug 2017
Fiver cheaper than last post of this Powerful Gigabit Wired Connection Use your existing electrical wiring to extend your Internet access to any room in your house. Just plug the … Read more

That is brilliant sinder201, thank you x


The powerline only provides internet access for you bt set top box, you will still need use an HDMI connection as an input for your tv else you won't be able to see anything. The setup should be: Router-->powerline1, powerline2-->set top box (using ethernet) = enables internet access for your BT tv box Set top box-->TV (using HDMI) = Let's your TV view the set top box Hope that helps (y)


Yep, exactly the same here, very frustrating. There are a some available in packs of three but not quite the ones I want, and very few singles. I want three with dual ethernet ports and passthrough.


Sorry, senior moment here, will I need to put an Ethernet cable from this plug into the TVs box and then HDMI from tv box to tv? or is it wireless? Apologies for for dumb girly question!


Thank you hermano2

NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) - Twin Pack £44.99 @ Amazon
Found 24th Jul 2017Found 24th Jul 2017
I've bought 2 sets of these in previous deals and all 4 talk together faultlessly. Pretty decent speed and have given me no bother at all. One of the kids uses one on her gaming … Read more

Yep, you can most certainly still use witless on other devices. I wouldnt recommend being connected to wiresless and Ethernet at the same time though in case that's what you meant . :D .


Cheers. I have 56 down and 10 up connection with wireless. Also can I still use wireless with router even if I use this with Ethernet.


​wired over wireless every time. never question it :D . you should be able to plug one in the BT smart hub with the other in any room of your choosing as long as there is an electric socket/outlet . ;)


ISP's who offer 100mb+ connections such as virgin . do offer those speeds however there can be a number of reasons why you may not get 100mbps from speed tests such as how far you are away from the exchange or the cabling in the exchange but usually a wired connection is best for testing as wireless will have issues and will not be a true value depending on a number of things causing wifi interference.


Can these be 'wired' connected to BT infinity smart hub (hub 6) then it sent to other plug plugged in 'wired' into laptop. Or shall I stick with wireless? I don't want to move rig to router and can't move router to rig.

BT WiFi homeplug WiFi extender was £40 now £12 Tesco Instore
Found 7th Jul 2017Found 7th Jul 2017
BT Mini WIFI Hotspot 600 Kit Online at Tesco direct for £40, but only £12 in-store. Plenty of homeplugs without WiFi and routers on sale
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Didn't have this deal but had the single 300Mbs BT plug for £5 at Tesco Stockton-on-Tees, so cheers OP


Yeah, just been thinking that having a wifi boost would be nice....


Depends if u need WiFi or not...?


The Ethernet is perfect on most homeplugs. The WiFi sucks because of the separation.


Right, purchased this one and the other one with passthrough but no WiFi. Advice please, which one to keep? Thanks.

devolo dLAN 1200+ Powerline Starter Kit (1200 Mbps, 2 x PLC Homeplug Adapter, 1 x Gigabit LAN Port, Pass Through, Internet Signal Booster, Ethernet Access Over Power Line, Range+ Technology) - White £74.99 @ Amazon
Found 13th Jun 2017Found 13th Jun 2017
devolo dLAN 1200+ Powerline Starter Kit (1200 Mbps, 2 x PLC Homeplug Adapter, 1 x Gigabit LAN Port, Pass Through, Internet Signal Booster, Ethernet Access Over Power Line, Range+ T… Read more

does anyone make anything similar to these https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00OZDO8RE/?tag=ho01f-21&th=1&psc=1 have I assumed correct that these are power line adapters with Wi-Fi built in and Ethernet out? I.e it creates its own wifi using the powerline connection and not just repeating a weak wifi signal? if they are what other makes have the same with or without pass though?


I replace my 4 Devolo 1200+ with the TP-Links, used for streaming uncompressed 1080p from a NAS. The TP-Links are much better at half the cost.


if you're a Mac user, check compatibility on forums with any powerline make, as some aren't with the later releases of OSX. Not sure about this make, but some Netgear Powerline don't work.


Any reason why these are >£20 more than similar offerings from TP-link? Even their 3-port ones are a fiver cheaper than these.

ZyXEL PLA5456 AV2000 HomePlug AV2 Powerline 2-port Gigabit Pass-Thru Ethernet Adapter Twin Pack PLA5456-GB0201F £59.99 @ Box.co.uk
Found 1st May 2017Found 1st May 2017
Much cheaper than similar spec TPlink AV2000 adapters. Free delivery.
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Not sure either. £10 cheaper than Box is selling them on Amazon. Heat from me.


not sure why this is cold as it seems a great deal. I bought them from the same place, same price the other day. just waiting on them to turn up. they seem to perform as fast as the over 2000mbs plugs but are a lot cheaper. I had that same brand for my 500mbs plugs and they worked fine

NETGEAR PL1000 Powerline/Homeplug with Gigabit ethernet port at Amazon £19.97 prime / £24.72 Non Prime
Found 5th Apr 2017Found 5th Apr 2017
This is a Powerline/Homeplug with gigabit internal communication and a gigabit Ethernet port. I believe this is a price match to Curry's but I cannot find any stock in Curry's. Am… Read more

I found a clearance BT Powerline with WiFi for £14.97 in my local Currys, was quite happy with that.


Anyone on here want to split a pack of these as I only need 3 myself.


I can do that. I'll pm you




was waiting for sometime, looks like a good kit.. I have other one working in home, hope they can work along together..

NETGEAR PL1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) - Twin Pack £29.97 @ Amazon
Found 23rd Mar 2017Found 23rd Mar 2017
quite fast powerline adaptors. any good?
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Thank you both for the replies. I did not know about their use of different standards; I agree buying the latest would make more sense :-)


I can't seem to find the reviews but I was reading about these adapters and people kept saying the connection was terrible and kept dropping out. Does anyone who owns these adapters have any experience with this? I'm also in need of 3 of these adapters but nowhere seems to sell these in packs of three. anyone know how I'd source another spare adapter? thanks


Anyone looking for power line adapters stick to net gear over tplink. Tp link are awful. I got the 500 nano one of them went dead. Replacement from tp link they sent me older model full of dirt. Complained and they sent out correct model but get random disconnections or shall I say lock up


better than wifi, not as good as wired directly


Looks like they can say what they like by using different parameters. It's no different to tv manufacturers saying their tv's are 200Hz-1000Hz when in reality they are just 100Hz tv's measured by the old methods. They have done the same with sound output as well. There is a recent post for an LG NB3540 soundbar which states its 320 watts. Someone posted that on the back of the sub woofer the speaker is actually 40 watts and the soundbar speakers are 10 to 15 watts. No wonder just a soundbar on it's own doesn't sound any different to my LG tv. Go any buy a Warburtons Toastie loaf. Supposed to be thicker than thick slice bread but is actually thinner than Kingsmill medium sliced. And have you noticed the word small is now missing from our food items. When I go get a pizza I am offered medium or large. Hang on a minute. In order to class something as medium should there not be a smaller option. Its happening with everything. Look at Netgears Nighthawk router, another one of my interests. It claims 1900 AC but in reality it's a split channel router of 1300 and 600 so it's not 1900AC at all, it's 1300AC.

Amazon Electric Heated back Massager - for use in car with 12v car charger and home plug - cheap £23.75  Dispatched from and sold by Playtech Limited. @ Amazon
Found 3rd Mar 2017Found 3rd Mar 2017
Hi Guys, Just found this deal on amazon - this is an excellent product and is the cheapest on amazon, I received mine and it is fantastic - a quality product - especially for thos… Read more

hi checked the lidl ones out - they are heated only - this one actually massages you too, while you drive!


Looks like the lidl ones I think £14.99 or £19.99 But cheaper Still left yesterday in my local


Tried it but the mileage range in my Nissan Leaf went down by half!


Its a genuine deal I paid 40 for this and have ordered more for family members at this price, just wanted to share the deal with others.


Mmmmmm, I can almost taste the self-promo. Just found, yet already received (and amazing). Take a hike.

NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps twin pack - £49.99 @ Amazon
Found 25th Jan 2017Found 25th Jan 2017
Amazon have the excellent NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps powerline homeplug ethernet adapters on sale at £49.99. They retail at £79.99 (according to Amazon) but are £89.99 at Map… Read more

Lol. It was posted 3 weeks ago.


Expired, now £64.99. Regards Flea


Well whether it's your opinion doesn't matter in this case, because this is NOT the normal price Amazon charges. I had been after a second set for long enough and couldn't find them anywhere near this price, including Amazon. Try telling that to everywhere else selling these for over sixty quid.


Don't know why people get so angry about people voting cold (or just not voting hot), there are two buttons for a reason you know! Just mentioned the price they were for comparison so people could view this price in light of the lowest they have been (that I am aware of, they might have been lower still at some point). I never said £50 was a terrible price for these, it's OK if you absolutely have to have them this second but for anyone that can wait that is what I would advise. For me a 'hot deal' is something special you don't see every day. This price is just the everyday price Amazon normally charge IMHO, ignore the RRP they are always extremely optimistic and rarely the price these things actually sell at.....


Good grief...

Zyxel PLA5256 2 Port Gigabit Powerline Kit with Pass Through, 1000Mb/s HomePlug AV2 (Pack of 2) £32.34 delivered @ CPC Farnell
Found 11th Jan 2017Found 11th Jan 2017
Includes 2 x Powerline Adapter and 2 x Ethernet cable This is in the item description Can't edit the get deal link, it should be http://cpc.farnell.com/zyxel/pla5256-gb0201f/p… Read more

thanks I got a set from eBay, tp link 1200 with pass through for 46 quid delivered.


Back in stock @ £40.50 delivered, not as good a deal but still cheapest around.


thanks for the reply. will keep an eye open for any new deals.


Mine worked fine for about an hour - then lights went off completely on one unit! Dead - so returned for a refund! They wanted me to pay again for a replacement. Then wait till they received the faulty one for a refund - not like Amazon.


These were 44.99 as an Amazon lightning deal earlier today but it's expired now. It may come back around again

TP-LINK Homeplug AV2 "MIMO" - AV1200 - 53% off reduced to £44.99 @ Amazon
Found 2nd Jan 2017Found 2nd Jan 2017
Cheap MIMO pair of homeplug's useful if your are trying to overcome distance problems as AV2 uses all three pins of the plug. The AV500 and AV600 use AV1 which just use SISO. htt… Read more

Same here, I put up with it for a while and then sold them on. Thankfully their routers perform a lot better! Hear's looking at you VR900 ;-)


cold - 45 bangers for one port


Got these in Currys, two days ago for £50, they are very good! definitely worth it. Nice find. little tip - If you're plugging one directly into a router, try to use the GigE port as it will be the fastest. the standard ethernet ports may be limited to 100mbps, I've a bt home hub 3 and it has 3 ethernet and 1 GigE port. noticed big difference when connecting into the GigE.


I've got the av1200 versions 1port, 3 ports and the 3port wifi and all run ok.


Not very good they keep freezing, had a few different model tap link ones and they all did it, seems I'm not the only one according to reviews

HomePlug+WiFi Extender: TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT V1.20 AV600 2-Port Powerline Adapter Wi-Fi Extender/Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot (Easy Configuration, Wi-Fi Clone for Smartphone/Tablets/Laptop), UK Plug - Pack of 2 £35.99 @ Amazon
Found 1st Jan 2016Found 1st Jan 2016
600Mbps Powerline Homeplug with integrated WiFi Extender. Lowest price so far according to CamelCamelCamel.
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Mine seems OK, bought to replace a NETGEAR XWNB5201 which had the symptoms you've mentioned after around 9 months (previous unit which I've RMA-ed also had similar issues and had to be reset manually everyday). So far this TPLink unit is working fine but I find the transmission strength lower than the NETGEAR's. I've since changed settings to only transmit at 11n and changed the channel to reduce interference. Link for utility if you wanna change your settings: http://static.tp-link.com/resources/software/TL-WPA4220KIT_V1_Utility.zip


Mine wouldn't even last a day before problems started happening. My experience of TP-Link powerlines is they are good for wired connections but rubbish for providing built-in wifi.


Will be interesting to know if any of you buying this start suffering the problems further down the line as listed in my last post. Mine ran for a day or two before I began to notice problems with the wifi, starts where your wireless device reports it's connected to your network but you can't access anything external, in my case local seemed ok which made no sense at all. The wired connection worked fine for both.


I've just bought the AV600 at Sainsbury's in store for £29.99 as per the OP's post.


I have these and they are great! fixed my wifi issues... I tried others such as netgear and they were crap

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