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NETGEAR D7000-200UKS Nighthawk AC1900 @ Amazon - £89.99
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
ADSL/ VDSL Modem router. Just seen this reduced from £150, hit purchase and thought I would share.

Just got my router today, WiFi signal is stronger than the ASUS I had so happy


Have you guys got the latest firmware update? I have installed 3 of these for friends and family and have zero issues. Strong wifi across all bands and super stable. This is for the router only version.


I had the N 7000. It was ok but it broke and the price of sending it back to the states to be repaired 'under warranty' essentially means that you are only getting amazon's 6 month warranty. Won't be getting another netgear.


If this is anything like the modem-less R7000, then I'd give it an enthusiastic miss. I managed to get an R7000 2 years ago for £60 which seemed like a great deal at the time. The signal output on both 2.4ghz and 5ghz is worse than a free low end ISP router. I consistently get far better signal strength when going through an ISP provided router when they're placed in the exact same location (and the other is off to ensure it's a fair test). The router does have some good features, like the software, guest network, network wide VPN, but this can be flashed onto many other routers with OpenWRT or DD-WRT. Add on the fact that some of the exploits found in the default firmware have been hilariously simple, it's clear that this is a poor quality router.



NETGEAR EX2700 Mini N300 Mbps Wi-Fi Booster & Range Extender - £11.99 (Prime) £16.48 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Ideal for extending WiFi to devices like the iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3, iPad 2, and PlayStation 3 Extend WiFi up to 300 Mbps. Wi-Fi Band : 2.4 GHz Convenient wall-plug design; … Read more
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With this device, is there anyway to set it so that the wifi on your phone automatically changes to this device when you walk into the room with it plugged in, and then automatically disconnect and go back to the main Internet hub when you leave? I've got this and while it does extend Internet signal in far reaching places in the house, you have to manually connect to it - it doesn't do this automatically which is essentially what I'm looking for.


Got mine yesterday, only 2G wifi by the looks of it, but thats fine for my Ring doorbell, but think I will return and upgrade to a 5G one.


The alternative is to pay a little more for a decent repeater. Even the next model up doesnt break the bank


Maybe in a detatched house, but in a flat this is a terrible idea


You forgot to list all the £11.99 ( or less) alternatives. Please tell us about them when you have a moment.

NETGEAR PL1200 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter  (1GB Ethernet Port)  pack of 2 - £36.59 @ Amazon
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
I was looking to replace my AV500 powerline adapters, looking through amazon and found these, better than most with 1200Mbps, usually means you get closer to that GB speed throughp… Read more
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This review on Amazon kills the product dead: "Product quality is great, but let me explain why it deserves only 2-star. Imagine you have remotely located router which serves as internet access point, now you connect it to network and all work great... until you switch off your PC, TV or local network would be inactive (at night, for instance). Then you will end up with HomePlug on the side of your router going to power saving mode and the only way to deactivate this mode is to reset this plug (unplugging it). There is no official way you can deactivate this mode. Some people tried deactivating it via Zyxel utility, but it doesn't save this state (it saves it in utility, but plugs would go to power saving mode anyway). Netgear Manufacturer states on their official page that it can't be deactivated and they do not plan to add this possibility in the future. It is beyond my understanding as other manufacturers have the option to deactivate this mode. 4x plugs have been returned and will go with the alternatives. Just be aware."


Nice. Quick question who here actually gets more then 200mbs ? I get 150 at uni in east london and 20 max at home.


You missed one


There are different chipset vendors - products marketed as 2000Mbps primarily use Qualcomm chipsets whereas products marketed as 1200Mbps tend to use Broadcom. They achieve their speeds in different ways (bandwidth etc) and the way the marketed speed is determined also seems to vary slightly (neither has any basis in reality). Without getting too technical, most tests find 2000Mbps products to be not significantly better than 1200Mbps products - and in many cases worse.


any good? is it better than AV500 TP-link??

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NETGEAR  Orbi RBK53 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System at a great price £349.99 Amazon
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Been watching this kit for a wee while now. Was £399, then shot up to £457 and now it's down to £349. Pretty much the lowest it's been for this pack.
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Thanks op, I bought it. good spot


Here's the camels graph:- Yesterday was clearly a very good day to buy if you're interested in this product. Thanks again OP.


Great deal. Thanks OP. Don't let the moaners put you off. Now back up to £438 though! I wish people would vote based on the relative value of the deal and not their personal opinion on the product. For the uninformed, the Orbi system is considered the best performing and top of the range mesh solution for people with big/awkward houses or gardens and is in a different class to cheap wi-fi extenders.


They clearly haven't done the research when it comes to new tech, coverage and speed. Aa someone who has tried all sorts of repeaters in a Victroian 1980 bricked walled property, this has been the only kit/tech that was stable enough while covering the whole house (3 floors). Tried others such as BT, TP Link, Google etc equivalents with no where near the same results.


So ugly

NETGEAR D7000-200UKS Nighthawk AC1900 £89.99 Amazon
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
Looks like they price matched with Argos and Argos/ebay.

Iv set 3 of these up for friends and family members and had no issues with firmware updates or the router.


I've got this as my my previous TP link router kept having to be reset every other day. This in comparison is a little more complicated to set up but so far works very well with more options.


Mine got borked during a recent firmware update, which was a pain. Factory reset was ineffective, so had to telnet the firmware into it. The software recommended to do this by Netgear did not work after multiple attempts. In the end had to use Windows 10 built in function via the command prompt. All the existing settings were lost, another pain because I have quite a complicated setup with multiple routers and networks hanging off the D7000. Oh, and you have to pay a subscription to use the Disney Circle parental control functions of any value, despite it being marketed as being 'built in' to the router.


This has some very poor reviews on Amazon - I love my Draytek Vigor 130 so would recommend it highly.


This or draytek 130 with unifi ap AC?

NETGEAR Nighthawk S8000   8-Port Managed  Gigabit Ethernet Switch (GS808E-100UKS) £50.39 @ Amazon
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
It has a bright light to help you be even gamier. NETGEAR Nighthawk S8000 Gaming and Streaming Advanced 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch (GS808E-100UKS)

First gaming routers and now gaming switches, what next? Gaming Ethernet cables? (embarrassed)


and they cheaped out with a plastic base.


I guess this product has a different design, but there's no justification for the price of it.


Yep, so much better. All metal construction, enterprise quality, smaller and cheaper. NETGEAR GS108Ev3 8-Port Gigabit Smart Managed Plus Switch, Prosafe Lifetime Protection


If you NEED a managed 8-port switch just buy the GS108E instead for £32.49 @Amazon.

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Netgear AC 2300 Nighthawk Wireless Router £109.99 @ Argos
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
This is the R7000P Nighthawk Wireless Router. AC2300 Wi-Fi—600+1625 Mbps speeds MU-MIMO— Simultaneous streaming of data to multiple devices Dynamic QoS—Prioritises network traf… Read more
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I would also change the dns setting once you are up and running from virgin, some ports are blocked at certain times and stop you watching what you want through smart tv


Remember to put SH in modem mode. Turn off SH. Connect Nighthawk via lowest Ethernet and turn on. Then turn on SH with no other ethernets. SH should go pink and then internet works on NH.


Easy guys, modem mode on the Super Hub and the router does the rest. Really good app for your computer as well to manage the network, and diagnose when things go wrong (usually Virgin’s fault) highly recommend!


These should be £50 then, not more than double that!


there geting rid of theses modems as there new wfi out next year wfi 802.11ax

NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 WiFi Modem Router - AC 1900, Dual-band - £89.99 @ Argos
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
Mixed comments on previous deals posted but with latest firmware I think most of the bugs have been ironed out. No doubt there are cheaper/better non-modem routers out there but I… Read more
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Went to Argos on Sunday to pick one up. However after half an hour of being messed about they said they couldn't find it,looks like I had a lucky escape. Went to Currys yesterday and after some debating and somewhat reluctance got them to price match. So far so good, no dropped connections, very solid. Connection has improved and no longer getting dropped connections like I was with the Openreach modem on Plusnet. However someone could have mentioned that this thing is Humongous! Why so big? (shock)


Over 2 days i ordered two AC1900 and one AC2300 just in case they got the numbers mixed up, and all three was the AC2300 all from Swadlincote and Burton!


I picked one up today and was fortunate to get the right model. Thanks, OP


Just picked mine up and also got the non modem ac2300. I just wanted a better modem! Anyone recommend a better modem? Have unifi for wifi


Ordered one from local store and got a R7000P AC2300 Router. Will keep it the now, Not a bad router for £89.99. Ordered another from another store where I was working and I got the exact same router, so this time I got a it refunded. Argos have got the stock codes mixed up on this one.

NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 WiFi Modem Router - AC 1900, Dual-band - £99.99 @ Currys
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
needed a new modem/router, just ordered Netgear D7000 for under £100.

Seems many are buying routers separately. Sorry for my ignorance, but can some one explain how better these routers are compared to the ones provided by ISP providers. I got a BT Smart hub. Can someone explain please or share a link with the comparision?


Its different device. D7000 has modem part built it which is important aspect of the purchase.


I've been running one for 3 years now. Its pretty good. It allows you to get rid of the modem part and have all in one device. First I run it with Plusnet, then starting this year I switched to Vodafone broadband - no problem. I've got several devices connected to it, like desktop, laptops, phones, home media server and 2 tv boxes and a few smart home devices (including Raspberry Pi as a Homebridge server for them drawing power from the router's build in USB port). I have it configured to allow fixed IPs for some devices. At times I connect extender when I want to use the net in the garden. I must say despite occasional reboot maybe every couple of weeks (this may be actually due to provider) I can recommend this router. It outperforms the my ISPs dumb routers and preforms really well. Also got phone app which allows to remotely manage it which is pretty useful.


Doesn't apply. Custom firmware is usually only available for routers only. This is a modem router


For owners of D7000 I honestly recommend firmware - it looks much better than original one and has plenty of features not available in the stock firmware: VPNs, WOL, easy to use blocking. It maxes out on Virgin 300MBit so a great replacement for Virgin SuperHub 3 (use modem mode). Never hangs (v2) and I have it for about a year.

NETGEAR R7000P Nighthawk Dual-Band AC2300 (2.3 Gbps) Smart Wi-Fi Router at Amazon for £99.99
Found 29th AugFound 29th Aug
Description Product Description Built with gaming, streaming and mobile devices in mind, the NETGEAR R7000P Nighthawk AC2300 simultaneous dual-band Wi-Fi broadband router supports … Read more
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whats bad about this one? budget is £100 ish if you suggest anything


I ask cos I'm on BT 52mb and we use loads of devices inc Sam knows white box. Connection speed magnificent around house also using just normal BT router


Do you reallllyyyy notice £100's difference?


I've had this nighthawk with cfw running my entire house hold. The kids 4 tablets mine and the wife's phones. Smart home assistant and Nvidia shield running premium IPTV 24/7. Consoles and numerous other devices on a daily base it never skips a beat I had one crash in 3 years and it was down to virgin media coming out or modem mode. I highly recommend it and the circle app for it is excellent being able to turn of internet per device at will great for limiting the kids screen time.

NETGEAR R8000 Nighthawk Router - £149.99 @ Amazon
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
NETGEAR R8000 Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band AC3200 (3.2 Gbps) Smart Wi-Fi Router - Circle Parental Controls and Alexa enabled - £149.99 @ Amazon
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This or the x4s which is better again for super hub 3


It's horrendous. Slow UI built in Javascript, visible password entry, very few features, a nasty workaround required to set the same SSID on 2.4GHz and 5GHz etc. I was clamouring for a separate router within 5 minutes. As a modem it's just about acceptable. I have the Netgear R7800 connected to it and a Netgear R6400 at the back of the house both running DD-WRT and they thankfully allow me to forget the SH3 is there.


Well had mine 5 months (all new hardware, new cable down road etc..) and it died, currently been without home Internet for 4 days. Besides that it has some serious software issues, just look up the latency spike issue on the virgin media forums.


My hub 3 has also been really good. Outs needed a few reboots in couple of years, that's about it


What's wrong with the super Hub 3? Mine is rock solid

Netgear Orbi RBK30 Tri Band AC2200 Wi-Fi Mesh Router £123.83 @Amazon UK
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Seems to be the lowest price according to camelcamelcamel, looking for something that will give better performance than my sky Q hub as I'm moving home and that only just about cut… Read more
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Small house but with 2x thick brick walls and the master socket is pocketed in the worse possible corner of the house - through the years I tried the most expensive routers and boosters... this thing has been amazing - try it and see if it works for you, get it from amazon so you can return if needed. Setting up is easy enough but might take some time while you find your was around and update the latest firmwares for both base and satellites..., finding a good spot for the satellite needs some good thinking - but after that the the thing works and is keeping all my house and garden with full signal and full speed (I get 65mbps max from infinity 2). I have it connected to an openreach router which requieres special settings - Netgear support was good and helped me when needed, a lot can be found via google too.


Vatican recommended ? must be good .....


Had not the problems been ironed out in new software releases? I have an RBK50 and an extra plug satellite. I've had zero issues since my purchase back early this year. Maybe there's a faulty batch been sold.


I've got the more expensive RBK40 and the range isn't as good as the HH5 it replaced, it never seems to hand-off to the satellite as I get poor signal in some places where I'd get amazing signal if it had connected to the satellite which is much closer. It might be the device not roaming, but if mesh is dependent on that then what's the point in mesh if the devices don't roam.


I'm looking at using something like this but I don't think it's there yet like none of them seem perfect but I do like the unifi ones so far.

NETGEAR Nighthawk S8000 Gaming and Streaming Switch £62.99 @ Amazon UK
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Noticed this is the cheapest it appears to have ever been according to 3Camels. Priced at £62.99 - Dispatched from Amazon UK. Selling elsewhere at £99.99 such as Curry’s.
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Must have hit a nerve ! :)


HAHAHA, you lost all credibility when you assumed I meant switches. And I didnt say TPL have better build quality, I said they were more RELIABILE.. Mercedes Benz have great build quality, but KIA have better reliability.


Haha melting switches, thats a new one. Any credibility to your story is lost when you reference TP has superior built quality . Have nothing but great expierences with Netgear switches and range extenders as well as my netgear orbi that netgear replaced when I had a issue . TP link has some of worse cheap tack I have ever used from range extenders , power line and router . The support is non existent and reviews on AMZ speak for themselves in most cases. Utter rubbish haha


Lol, yes I meant Mbps! :D Actually I'm in Spain and my ISP is Vodafone /ONO. I'll do what you suggest though in Spanish and see what comes up... Thanks for your help (y)


Utter fluff, garnished with snake oil.

NETGEAR VMC3040 Arlo Q Smart Home 1080p Full HD Security Camera £99.99 Amazon
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Amazon Prime Deal of the Day. Usually retails for £169.99. Have a couple of these now and they work great with the iPhone app

Netgear isnt perfect (I have a Arlo Q) but it scores highly against its competitors in reviews and Netgear is a trusted networking brand. You can go cheap (Yi) but i just trust Netgear more for privacy although appreciate anyone is hackable (Sony anyone !).


I’ve had one for a few months after changing from Canary. They are alright. The app is fairly easy to use. Thye do lose connection a lot, which never happened with the Canary. Also you either have the LED on the front of the camera on or off. With the Canary the light only came on when it was armed which I much preferred. It it has a solid blue light for connection but it spends as much time flashing(indicating it has lost connection) as it does a solid blue. Having said that anytime I open the app it connects wherever I am. The 7 days cloud service is the big selling point of this. Very few if any of the competitors offer the same.


These are WiFi connection with micro usb power. I picked one up about a year ago when Curry’s cleared them out for £49.97. Alright for that price but wouldn’t pay £100


ired as in a power cable. They are a WiFi unit.


if this comes with 7 days cloud then it appears a good deal long term? I've got friends using Motorola Hubbles, and 7 days is £75 a year, so this is cheaper within a year. When you say wired, do you mean wifi, or wired power? Looks like it is wifi, but with a power cable like the hubble

Netgear Aircard 785S Mobile Broadband Hotspot with Super Fast 4G LTE £87 telephonesonline
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
I use one of these for work and love it, good bit of kit with visual alerts etc. Get anytime, anywhere access to fast 4G LTE speeds. With up to 10 hours of battery life and the ab… Read more
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Can anyone help with my query? I really appreciate any help. Thanks!!


Most rural areas are cat 4 LTE which gets you 30mbps in practice. The posh areas selected by EE in cities get cat 6 which is 2 channel authentication and your device needs 2 radios to make use of it to get the 60mbps this is not 5g ?!? Nowhere in the country does 5g..... Yet


So can someone clarify the following (country of use will be the USA): 1. Using a 3 SIM with preloaded data, an Android phone that enables WiFi hotspot to allow other devices to connect will not work as 3 blocks tethering. True or False? 2. Using the same 3 SIM with preloaded data in a MiFi device will allow multiple devices to connect and use the data. True or false? Having experienced scenario one last year and being told via this thread that scenario 2 works.... I'm a little confused as to what the difference is. Both personal hotspot and MiFi are the same thing in essence. Why would scenario 1 not work but scenario 2 does? Any clarification/help is much appreciated guys. Thanks.


got my 790s around 2 years ago... they are prefect ! cost 180 at that time, but well worth of money


Atleast you picked up on.

Netgear 11ac 750mbps wifi range extender £29 @ Amazon
Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
Pretty good price and well reviewed. Cheapest its been since around August.
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This made no difference in my house.


Bought mine from amazon about 1 year ago paid £24.99. Tried the BT version......this was hopeless. This is a good price and it does actually work in my house.


anyone used this recently? how much is to normally??

NETGEAR Orbi RBK50 Whole Home WiFi System Twin Pack - Currys/Amazon £249.99
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Reduced down to £249.99, same price on Amazon
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My Currys order was delivered yesterday. A few issues when trying to initially set up after a firmware update, unable to reconnect to the satellite unit. I did a factory reset then managed to set up okay. Great signal and speeds everywhere :D


Genuine question: why would I pay this much for this when I can get the BT home for a lot less?


Google WiFi is a good option go Paid like £250 for a three pack last year


Bought on on prime. Nice bit of kit but I have few issues with it: Old laptop on 2ghz drops the connection, pain if I use this for work as I need a constant connection. (Going to google when I get a chance) The plug, its a beast and assumes that the socket is not near the ground, mine is on the skirting, so needs an adapter - poor design. Lastly the phone app is crap, couldn't pair my units when they were in the same room! Web app works fine. I now have no dead spots in the house -3 storey victorian, if fact its just about full signal everywhere.


These are amazing....all previous issues has all been ironed out a few firmwares back. had them for about a year and no problems at all. Simple to set up and due to size of property had to add an extra plug satellite (RBW 30) to fully cover. getting max package speeds with very little latency at the furthest point. Only gripe was not to be able to split the bands but managed to sort that out.

NETGEAR 11AC 750 Mbps  Dual Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas £19.98 Prime (£4.49 non prime delivery) @ Amazon
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
NETGEAR 11AC 750 Mbps (300 Mbps + 450 Mbps) Dual Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas

Which is better Powerline or mesh also can you get additional Powerline adapters I need Wi-fi not Ethernet


Where did you put the extender, not in the extension I hope, you wouldn't believe how man people put their extenders in the place where they have weak signal.


If on the same phase should not be any problems.


I’m having this issue too. We have just built an extension and the signal just not strong enough in there. I’ve been advised because the new electrics are on a new circuit the extenders won’t work.


I synced it with my new virgin router and it’s working fine. It was synced to the old virgin router before it worked perfectly then too. Check the troubleshooting section.

Netgear R7800 Router on lightning deal £118.99 @ Amazon
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
I'd hoped this would go into a sale on Prime day but glad I waited. A 5 hour window to purchase a well regarded router for significantly less than I've seen it via Amazon lightning… Read more

Yeah I had a n66u previously but it was beginning to act up wirelessly after 5 years of stellar performance. So wanted to upgrade, choose the Netgear initially on price. Just didn't like it as much as Asus and TBH it's not exactly pretty with those 'paddle' antennas. I prefer the AC86's upright position too.


I haven't considered changing firmware. Had Merlin fork on n66u. Might look into that.


TBH the AC86 is a cracking router, especially with the Merlin firmware. I briefly had this Netgear and though performance was comparable I preferred the Asus way of doing things even if the cost was more.


Probably not.


What does it mean when it says Alexa enabled

NETGEAR RBK30 and 2 x RBW30 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System - £179.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
I posted this deal a few months back at £199.99. Now dropped further. DEAL OF THE DAY so ends tonight. Single network name; one Wi-Fi name and seamless roaming for your whole h… Read more

Is RBK50 better than this..this gives more coverage


It’s a good system, I have the RBK30 with just the one satellite and have strong WiFi coverage throughout our house and garden


The faster 2 unit RBK50 comes up at £199 sometimes.


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Item shows one of Netgear RBK30 and one of RBW30? And not two? Correct me if I'm wrong?

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