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NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Network Switch Internet Splitter (GS308P) with 4 x PoE 55W + 3 Year Warranty - £44.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Good price for PoE switch (y) ETHERNET PORT CONFIGURATION: 8 Gigabit ports POWER-OVER-ETHERNET: 4 PoE ports with 53W total power budget PLUG-AND-PLAY: Simple set up with no so… Read more
the__cat

Love a good Internet splitter

dangel

Yes I'd go for the other deal. Likely you're paying for the netgear name here.

Rich_T

Is this not a better option ---> https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/8-port-gigabit-switch-with-4-x-poe-3469585#comment-40856526 Sorry I dont know much about these things!

Chris_Muriel

I reckon this one trumps it with lower cost and higher power capability (mine arrived yesterday and is now in service) https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/8-port-gigabit-switch-with-4-x-poe-3469585#comment-40843041

NETGEAR 24-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Network Switch - £57.78 @ Amazon
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The lowest ever price @ Amazon for this well reviewed switch. They have price matched ebuyer but it comes with a free delivery here (ebuyer +£3.49). Features & details … Read more
emmkay

Many thanks for your input above (y) I see you have already pointed to relevant model. Can you please suggest if possible, a used hardware firewall behind which home cctv, nas etc can sit? Thankyou

bob_regis

Thank you for your reply. That does put the HP one out for me as I have no idea about CLI and just need an additional port. Thanks for your comments about the POE too. I am going to see if I can get a unmanaged switch which also has POE (for my Ubiquiti wifi points).

dkj255

If you're buying used then you may have to research how to factory reset it as it'll likely have a config already applied - which may or may not prevent you using it straight away depending how it was set up. You almost certainly will need to reset it to restore default passwords and IP addreses. On my Zyxel that's as easy as holding a button in for so long, but for other switches including this one you need a suitable serial cable and to do it via CLI - not difficult but not user friendly.

bob_regis

If I get the one you recommend (a managed one), will it work out of the box. I do want to learn more about managed switches, but really want to start with plug and play initially.

montana78

If only I had this when I started wiring my house. Now the carpet and laminated laid ;(

Netgear R7000 used like new £61.37 @ Amazon warehouse
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I have used one of these for a couple of years and its a great router, suppose its a little bit dated now but its far better than some of the newer deal routers . I have DD wrt on … Read more
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R1DDS

Its an average 3 bedroom terrace mate, the hub 3 is in the living room and pc is the dining room which is separated by a brick wall but i can get 350Mbps via WiFi on average, first thing in the morning i can hit the 540Mbps, i can also get about 200Mbps in the bedroom above the living room, i was really set on the Netgear R8000 lol, If i go with with the Deco M5 would i still get top speeds via WiFi, i really wantg to be hitting the 540Mbps on my pc all the time lol and also get good range in my sons back bedroom

N15H1L

Obviously depends on the type of house you have. I would go with a mesh system (tp link deko) if your house is fairly big and you have places to locate them because they seem to be the better option these days. Range was good for me, even with the rooms with thick walls, but for all the big downloads I always plugged directly into the router. Netgear and ASUS ones are also good, but my oh my do they look ugly! (lol)

R1DDS

What was the range like mate, im torn between the ASUS RT-AC86U , TP-Link Deco M5 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 Smart Wifi Router (R8000) or ASUS RT-AX92U AX6100 Tri-Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System Large and Multi-Story Homes, i was set on the AX but dont think i need that yet.

N15H1L

I used this router while I had 500mb from Virgin and can say it performed really well! Massive upgrade from the SH3 (though anything really is). I've known some people to have issues with the newer firmware, so I never updated mine and it performed well.

buliztik

If its signal range that's the problem have you thought about getting a BT Whole Home mesh system? Apparently very good, easy to setup. Currently there is a deal to buy refurb single discs direct from BT themselves for £39 which is a great price. You could always add more discs if needed: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bt-whole-home-wi-fi-disc-39-delivered-refurb-3441697 Was tempted myself but signal range isn't the problem on my current Xaoimi Mi router, it was lack of available settings. It I was using the supplied ISP router and happy with its speeds then I would start adding mesh to the house.

Netgear Orbi Mesh WiFi (3 Pack) £139.96 @ Amazon
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Powerful Mesh TechnologyOrbi’s router and satellites work together to make sure you have the best and strongest connection no matter where you are in the house.
lidds

Fore the tenda 6 were terrible. Kept dropping out and would get nowhere near my max speeds. with the BT discs I now get 75meg everywhere wireless in the house on my 'up to 80' package.

Dembe

You need to compare oranges with oranges. People who are interested in wifi6 won't be looking at spending sub £150. Comparing this item to something that is 5 times the price and saying it doesn't have those features is a bit silly.

Dembe

Sorry... Quoted wrong person.

HotBot

Tri-band is not the same as Wi-Fi 6. I picked up a tri-band Orbi for £75. If you have fast broadband then you will soon wish you had spent a little more on a tri-band system.

aaqeel

Wifi 6 band will have less range as compare to Wifi 5 due to high frequency, i assume solid walls will be big obstacle for it as well. Speed advantage depends on how near your Wifi 6 enabled device is to the router/mesh.

ARLO Smart Home Security System with 2 Cameras and Netgear base station - £160.63 delivered @ currys_clearance / eBay
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Pretty nice deal if you don't need full HD resolution for the footage. To be honest, I have one 720p camera and it is already a decent quality. Condition: New Other - THIS ITEM… Read more
sheffield788

I have the Argus Pro, unfortunately I can't tell you how it is, still sealed, waiting for the summer. £65 with the panel is a really good price. They are usually about £75 without the panel. Got mine directly from Reolink for £56 without the panel and never seen it lower than this. The panel itself is £25, the cheapest I came across was £20. I think the only better deal was on Eco, £55 with the panel, however Pro seems to be a better camera. The only difference in between the Pro and the superior model Argus 2 is Argus 2 has better night vision and magnetic stand.

sheffield788

Lots of positive reviews on YouTube including night vision. The best for night vision seems to be Argus 2. Most of reviews suggest Reolink is better than Blink and even Arlo. The Eufy ones are relatively new, so do not know if there is any comparison. I can't tell you about mine, as it is still sealed, got it after the summer was gone. Also, Reolink is not necessarily cheaper, it is only if you find them on sale. The Argus 2 price is usually around £100 per camera.

GodVilla

I know the Reolink are cheaper, but what about picture quality. Especially at night?

Chris_Aston-Roebuck

This is considered HD ready, otherwise known as 720p. I have had one for years, and I feel this is a decent price. I use rechargeable’s and they last me about 3-4 month. Camera is over front door and gets triggered 10-15 times daily.

rotter023

Wow that's a pretty good deal, just purchased! Does having them connected to the solar panels mean they don't need to go into a "sleep mode" for faster startup times?

NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Network Switch Internet Splitter (GS308P) with 4 x PoE 55W £41.59 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Network Switch Internet Splitter (GS308P) with 4 x PoE 55W £41.59 @ Amazon
£41.59£54.9924%Amazon Deals
Back down to its lowest ever price @ Amazon. Features & details ETHERNET PORT CONFIGURATION: 8 Gigabit ports POWER-OVER-ETHERNET: 4 PoE ports with 53W total power b… Read more
pisto

Expired now £60+ unfortunately

ssouthall6

Bang on. Detect, deter, deflect.

ssouthall6

This is what I do. UPS the switch, record to SD on board the camera. With some manufacturers cameras you can have dynamic GOP and dynamic FPS running to reduce your storage profile when nothing is going on in the scene far better than VMD has ever worked. No need for an NVR that will no doubt overheat or suffer HD failure at a low price point.

daern

Yeah. You probably get 90% of the benefit just by having the things up, although properly set up and with decent notifications, it can be very useful for remote monitoring especially if you have neighbours willing to respond with cricket bats! Also worth remembering that you don't need enough security to defeat the burglars, you just need enough to send them to your neighbour's instead... :-/

smashed

Agreed. I didn't bother as the chances of something happening at the same time are very slim. From what I could tell a basic one will be lasting an hour if lucky. If possible, all via POE direct from the NVR with a power backup. Equally, you would ideally like NVR hidden from view which means hiding the cable runs as they approach it. If you cannot hide them or they are run straight through the wall from outside to the NVR then you could argue that a powerline is actually a safer overall solution if burglary is your primary reason for the camera. Another great thing for the Powerline is that you can (for instance) put an IP camera in a shed / outbuilding if it has power without trying to run cables back to the house / nvr. That said, I only know from my own research and testing when doing my own home CCTV even though nobody in the road has a had a burglary / vandalism that I am aware of.

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NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi Network System - Eliminate WiFi Dead Zones and Enhance Speeds With Up To 3000 sq ft £114.99 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi Network System - Eliminate WiFi Dead Zones and Enhance Speeds With Up To 3000 sq ft £114.99 @ Amazon
£114.99£184.9938%Amazon Deals
Excellent price here No more dead zones: Whole home mesh Wi-Fi coverage of up to 3000 sq ft Mesh technology helps you stay connected as you roam around home using a single netwo… Read more
wackybeaver

Some one can answer better then me but the price is unf no longer 99. Would be good to hear tho as I thought the same thing

cullies

how does this compare to 3 X tp link recently posted at £99? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07NH1J543/?coliid=I8RW94H1OO3QK&colid=1TZ0IUVM9UVOQ&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it

Demon_Eyes

Dual band, according to the tech spec system comparison with other devices on the Amazon page OP has linked to.

MrSwitch

Na mate, it's Dual band. 3 pack is also available via Currys for £150 if people prefer 3

Dembe

Is this Tri band MrS... With a dedicated backhaul? I already have a mesh but I'm in the market for an upgrade and I really would like it to be Tri band. Edit ; To answer my own question... Unfortunately it isn't Tri band

Netgear A6150-100PES AC1200 USB 2.0 Wi-Fi Adaptor £14.99 at Argos
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Hi all, this is my first OP. hope to help everyone. Most of UK family own the fast broadband now, maybe 40Mbps or more. The old desktop PC only has 802.11g 54Mbps adapter, working… Read more
chumsson

Great price and thanks to the guy for the Argos price tracker info

funkymonkeyboy

Same price on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/NETGEAR-AC1200-Wi-Fi-USB-Adapter/dp/B07NDB9DJK/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=NETGEAR+A6150-100PES&qid=1583927981&sr=8-1

david_han

great argos price track website. i only konw the uk.camelcamelcamel.com for amazon before

buyer101

Welcome, thanks for posting.

tascheman

https://www.pricehistory.co.uk/product/9192627/netgear-a6150-100pes-ac1200-usb-20-wi-fi-adaptor

NETGEAR GS308PP 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged PoE+ Switch with 8 x PoE+, Desktop/Rackmount/Wallmount, Sturdy Metal, 83 W - £89 Amazon
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NETGEAR GS308PP 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged PoE+ Switch with 8 x PoE+, Desktop/Rackmount/Wallmount, Sturdy Metal, 83 W - £89 Amazon
£89.21£110.3919%Amazon Deals
Ethernet port configuration: 8 Gigabit ports Power over ethernet: 8 PoE+ ports with 83 W total power budget to power wireless AP, IP cameras, IP phones and much more Plug and pla… Read more
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Slick.Rick

Thanks again mate. (y)

Freelancer

Both VM router and switch are gigabit rated. It is unmanaged switch so theoretical speed of 1 Gigabit should be more or less divided between all of the outlets providing at least CAT5E cables are used, best to use CAT6 and under 100m long, otherwise you will need to boost signal. The exact duplex speed per port is in hardware specs. Stream would be on “demand” to save power.

Slick.Rick

Thanks for the info. (y) Would the ethernet cables coming from this provide a continuous internet stream, or whatever the term is, to everything they're plugged into, or would they be like the old HDMI switchers where the internet would switch from one PC/receiver etc to another whenever they're used?

Freelancer

Yes, it just would leave 7 ports available on switch, to be precise.

Slick.Rick

How would this work with a VM Superhub 2? The ethernet ports (4) are all on the Superhub. Would you have an ethernet cable from the Superhub to the Netgear? If so, would that mean you would have eight ethernet ports available from the Netgear, and the other three from the Superhub?

NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Network Switch, Hub, Internet Splitter (GS308P) - with 4 x PoE - 55W @ Amazon
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NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Network Switch, Hub, Internet Splitter (GS308P) - with 4 x PoE - 55W @ Amazon
£41.59£60.4031%Amazon Deals
Price has dropped to £41.59 for this decent capacity switch. ETHERNET PORT CONFIGURATION: 8 Gigabit ports POWER-OVER-ETHERNET: 4 PoE ports with 53W total power budget PLUG-AND… Read more
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JamesBrown-2b3d5.91366

Convenience of having the pi 4s powered by a single device and all located close together in a homeland environment

trott3r

The pi hat is expensive tho for just power

wakkaday

I hallways have a bt home Wi-Fi mesh which works well

Halfaudio

To extend wifi for Vm There is a netgear wifi ,signal repeater it will come up as another wifi signal,enter your router password or press and hold connection button on router and extender and you are connected. Supports up to 10 devices(each device you want to connect to the repeater/extender will need to enter your router password once) there is a single cable socket as well if you wish to use wired connection but i haven't tried it..

JamesBrown-2b3d5.91366

That was my idea and I think you could. Ideally I’m after a managed switch though as I have 4x pi 4 4gb I wanted to dabble with k3s and create a cluster for hass.io etc

NETGEAR 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Netgear Network Switch, Hub, Internet Splitter (GS305P) - with 4 x PoE - 55W - £42.81 from Amazon
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NETGEAR 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Netgear Network Switch, Hub, Internet Splitter (GS305P) - with 4 x PoE - 55W - £42.81 from Amazon
£42.81£50.9916%Amazon Deals
Good price for: ETHERNET PORT CONFIGURATION: 5 Gigabit ports POWER-OVER-ETHERNET: 4 PoE ports with 55W total power budget PLUG-AND-PLAY: Simple set up with no software to instal… Read more
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ookitnow

the lifetime warranty is worth it so well worth paying nearly double for it.

rprp

Tenda do a 5 port gigabit Ethernet PoE switch for £29.99. If all you want is a basic PoE switch, get that one. They do a 100mbit version for £24.99 too.

rprp

"Internet splitter"?

benfisher1991

Damn need a cheap Poe switch with vlan capabilities

Freelancer

You are correct. Quote: from In order to implement VLANs, the routers and switches must support VLANs. Although there are several proprietary protocols in existence, the most commonly used protocol for configuring VLANs is IEEE 802.1Q. Switches that support VLANs are often called "Managed" switches, but it is important to know this can be a misused marketing term and doesn't guarantee VLAN support. All of Ubiquiti’s routers, wireless solutions and most switches support the 802.1Q VLAN protocol, and are interoperable with third-party hardware using the same protocol.

Netgear 1000Mbps (1 Gigabit - Pack of 2) Powerline Kit and Pass Through, £34.99 at Argos/free click and collect
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Netgear 1000Mbps (1 Gigabit - Pack of 2) Powerline Kit and Pass Through, £34.99 at Argos/free click and collect
£34.99£3910%Argos Deals
Excellent kit for expanding your home internet. 1000 Mbps powerline speeds. Power consumption: Standby 0.464 W, on-state 2.55 W, full power 3.57 W. Great for connecting smart T… Read more
sambinary

Max I got with these was 50mbps, much faster over AC WiFi. YMMV depending on your home wiring though.

meherenow

Absolutely no chance whatsoever of getting anywhere near 1000Mbps transfer speed with these.

shoppermad

I have tp link power line adapters and there adding 10ms ping increase on PS4

miffyl

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amazon-netgear-plp1000-100uks-1-port1000-mbps-1-gigabit-port-powerline-adapter-3416510 Amazon for those that want to buy from there.

Tacavas

Ha, my bad, not wifi, thank you for noticing (y)

NETGEAR PLP1000-100UKS 1 Port,1000 Mbps, 1 Gigabit Port Powerline Adapter - £34.99 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR PLP1000-100UKS 1 Port,1000 Mbps, 1 Gigabit Port Powerline Adapter - £34.99 @ Amazon
1000 Mbps powerline speeds. Power consumption: Standby 0.464 W, on-state 2.55 W, full power 3.57 W. Great for connecting smart TVs, streaming players and game consoles. Ideal for 4… Read more
kipster

The way you wrote your question it was not clear exactly where you intended to place the plug, you only stated that the item would be in the garden. My point was fitting it to a garden socket might be very dangerous

mikewazowski

Not sure what you are asking about to be honest, nor the relevance. But just for the record - for anybody else pondering the same thing - I got in touch with NETGEAR and they say it has to be on the same "circuit" so in my case this wouldn't work :(

kipster

Will it be waterproof?

mikewazowski

Hoping for some help on this please ... My router is in my house on the main fuse box. Recently had electrics installed in the garden and the garden sockets are powered off their own fuse box (which does lights out there too) that is then linked to the main/existing fuse box. I wanted to use this powerline adapter in one of the garden sockets to link with the other one that would be connected to my router in the house. I have been reading that it all needs to be on the same ring. Does this mean that my scenario makes my requirement for this impossible? Many thanks

mastermjr20041

It depends, how far away are the devices that need the connection? Also, which router are you using, one supplied by ISP or a 3rd party?

NETGEAR WiFi mesh system Tri-band Orbi (RBK50), 3 Gbit / s, 1 Base 1 Satellite - £194.23 @ Amazon FR
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Description Product Description Single Wifi Multi-Room AC3000 Solution One Wifi for the whole House; Best Bandwidth for Streaming, Video Games and Connected Objects. Combined Wifi … Read more
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nick666

A bit more, but decent UK amazon offer today for those who missed or didn't want to go via FR (benefit of UK plugs): https://www.amazon.co.uk/deal/5c4fbb96/ref=gbps_img_s-4_4d78_5c4fbb96 This set (RBK50) is £229.99

moislam79

This or Ubiquiti Amplifi? I've just returned a cheap MESH WiFi set. Willing to invest in a reliable and powerful system but just trying to decide which one to go for. I need one for the base and 3 additional satellites. Thanks

jack91

This is now 299 euros FYI

pr2thej

That sounds like the Netgear I know and love! :D

Nuke

No, you are buying from a foreign site. They will supply it with an EU plug.

NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Network Switch now £41.59 delivered at Amazon
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NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE Network Switch now £41.59 delivered at Amazon
THERNET PORT CONFIGURATION: 8 Gigabit ports POWER-OVER-ETHERNET: 4 PoE ports with 53W total power budget PLUG-AND-PLAY: Simple set up with no software to install or configuration… Read more
rprp

Price is back to normal now. They seem to cycle through Netgear products in this range with the discount so I reckon it will be back soon

seba123snk

Mine just died after 18 months. Warranty process is a pain. Good price though.

ldjuggins

Yes, full tilt and overclocked there will still be more than enough power.

johnro

How much power you need for one?

Joshimitsu91

PoE adds cost

Netgear 1000Mbps (1 Gigabit - Pack of 2) Powerline Kit and Pass Through, £37.99 at Argos
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Netgear 1000Mbps (1 Gigabit - Pack of 2) Powerline Kit and Pass Through, £37.99 at Argos
£37.99£393%Argos Deals
It was cheaper, still not a bad price for a great kit. And Amazon 1000 Mbps powerline speeds. Power consumption: Standby 0.464 W, on-state 2.55 W, full power 3.57 W. Grea… Read more
CDR

It wasn't through a power strip, straight into the wall socket. I'll go pick some up to test now.

Gareth_-8a304.52663

These do work on different circuits as long as on same fuse box... You may find differing results across the house depending on the internal wiring.. I have these feeding my garden Room and have very little drop in speed.. Devolo are the best but I'm happy with my three set of tplink.. they work fine.Rarely do I need to re set them. Much better option than range extenders.. not as good as mesh but a good option.

Alllfff

Silly question, what is a 4 way power strip? And why would it be an issue? It has earth as well...genuinly interested in the workings of this tech. Thanks

KeelingH

They work through the earth network so different breakers don't make a difference. If you plugged them in via a 4 way power strip that may have been your problem.

Alllfff

Netgear, tplink or devolo?

NETGEAR Orbi Ultra-Performance Whole Home Mesh Wifi Satellite Extender £134.99 Amazon
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NETGEAR Orbi Ultra-Performance Whole Home Mesh Wifi Satellite Extender £134.99 Amazon
£134.99Amazon Deals
Bring high-performance Wi-Fi coverage to every corner of your home and beyond, without running Ethernet cables; tri-band Wi-Fi helps maximise the internet speeds available in your … Read more
JesusisLord

You are right mate

JesusisLord

I am sorry for gatecrashing this as it is an old thread. I had 7 mesh/extenders and I can tell you the Netgear Orbi rbk50 is the father of all. I had tenda nova mw6 Netgear Orbi RBK50 Netgear hightwark ex7500 virgin Netgear extender basic one google mini whole home wifi 3 packs Nightwark router (can't remember the name but was sold for £400) I can tell you that the Netgear Orbi RBK7500 beats all of them hands down. RBK50 / RBR50 / RBS50 devices with AC3000 BEST MESH IN A MILLION MILES THAT I HAVE TESTED. BEATS ALL HANDS DOWN

Mrshades

Well, I can't help but comment on this even though it's an old deal. There are Orbis, and there are Orbis - and if you want the very best mesh wifi performance, period, then you should go for the most expensive RBK50 / RBR50 / RBS50 devices with AC3000 and dedicated 5Ghz backhaul. Nothing will touch them for performance/speed and range - especially the AmpliFi devices which don't even have a dedicated wifi backhaul, have no MU-MIMO and the satellites oddly have no ethernet ports. A quick Google will quickly show that if you want the best then the Orbi AC3000 systems are it - though obviously that comes at a price, and the AmplifiHD systems are cheaper.

sonofgojira

Exactly the same for me too! Here's a link for the amplifi if anyone is interested https://www.ebuyer.com/882342-ubiquiti-amplifi-afi-r-dual-band-wifi-5-mesh-router-afi-r-uk?mkwid=s_dm&pcrid=51482427899&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=Cj0KCQiAmsrxBRDaARIsANyiD1p5PURWaj0iB-sKYCFKLvttpHabU1yzPJ54ydOjNEP_HIU4B84CBeEaApREEALw_wcB

Mrlossy

I have 3 Orbis and not impressed with them. The range is pretty poor on each satellite and they dont cover my 215sqm home. Also the interface is outdated and the app is terrible! Therefore not great. Fortunately the last time I purchased a satellite it was £65!

NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 Smart Wifi Router (R8000) - AC3200 Tri-band Wireless Speed (up to 3200 Mbps) £139.99 Amazon
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NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 Smart Wifi Router (R8000) - AC3200 Tri-band Wireless Speed (up to 3200 Mbps) £139.99 Amazon
£139.99£149.987%Amazon Deals
Having just bought the AC2600, I was passing through Amazon and found the next model up was now cheaper than before, usually going for £189.99 NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 Smart Wifi Rout… Read more
guy_good

I bought it last week when deal went live. So far ive had no issues,updated firmware and its covering whole house, even far corner of 2nd floor bedroom, opposite side of router on 1st floor, gives me full speeds on my ps4 and pc. Cant complain

KeelingH

Get the BT WiFi discs that were on offer recently, £99 for 3.

littlerascalz

I sent this back. Terrible coverage and the connection kept dropping out. Bought an ASUS that has had no issues. Honestly avoid

FunkiestMonkey

No bigger pain than setting up a new router. Just get a mesh

kevann

Hi. I am on Firmware Version V1.4.1.30_1.2.26 ... I have not updated to the very latest firmware yet as I normally let the dust settle on last release, Due to possible problems....I know for a fact that the firmware I am on ATM is Secure and very stable, So not in any hurry to try last release. Please remember I have a slightly different model than the OPs post model. My model is the upgraded version of this R8000P. Best Regards,

"Used Like New" NETGEAR Nighthawk S8000 8-Port Gigabit Smart Managed Plus Gaming Switch £29.76 at Amazon Warehouse
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"Used Like New" NETGEAR Nighthawk S8000 8-Port Gigabit Smart Managed Plus Gaming Switch £29.76 at Amazon Warehouse
£29.76£5445%Amazon Deals
20% off at checkout, good price for an excellent switch. Features The sleek and modern design makes it the perfect fit for any modern home or small office Optimized for Video… Read more
digitalOrchestra

Cheers OP missed it the first time round grab one this time 😁

Tacavas

Thank you, will unexpire, might help someone (y)

TiredParent

3x Available now if anyone is interested

CJTooles

OOS

pr10rflanker

It even has a hidden 'cylon mode'.....I kid you not!

NETGEAR Nighthawk AX12 12-Stream Wifi 6 Router (RAX120) - AX6000 Wireless Speed (up to 6Gbps) £299.99 Amazon
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NETGEAR Nighthawk AX12 12-Stream Wifi 6 Router (RAX120) - AX6000 Wireless Speed (up to 6Gbps) £299.99 Amazon
£299.99£359.9917%Amazon Deals
Very good price, lowest I've seen, including black Friday. Super high speeds, very good processor, allows to share files on USB hard drives, just like a NAS (2 x USB 3.0). Wifi 6 i… Read more
redcastle

Also people incorrectly think this is the RAX200 tri band which is the lower AX80 with a third band. This is best dual band version :)

redcastle

Good price. Can’t find it cheaper anywhere else. Voted hot. Best price was £250 6 months ago but no time machine.

sonofgojira

Nooooooooooooo!!!!!

jasondungate90

You mean Kylo Ren?

sonofgojira

Does this include Darth Vader?

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    Read what other members have to say about a deal and share your own opinion.

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  3. Add Deal

    Have you found a good deal yourself? Share it here and other members will vote on how hot the deal is.

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  4. Deal Link

    If you think a deal is hot, click through to the shop to snap up the deal before it’s expired.

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  5. Layout

    Find here other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

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  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

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