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NETGEAR Arlo Home 4 HD Security Camera Kit £265.18 @ Amazon
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Credit @jamhops - Goes to £265.18 from £299.99 if you also add - Osram Smart+ LED-Lamp, E27, 8 W, Warm White£11.99 to the order! NETGEAR VMS3430 Arlo Smart Home 4 HD Security … Read more
matty2767

this comment regarding how long the batteries last is not typical of the Arlo system and must have been specific to your case

Wippa9

Hi I've got these and this just isn't the case. If you're pitching them up high then absolutely bang on but that's the same with any camera regardless of resolution. 720p is absolutely fine and perfectly clear / pixel perfect for the job required which is closer recognition. The app is solid, tech is solid, Alexa enabled (ish) though it's patchy IMHO. Like a comment above, my batteries are lasting around 6m ish per camera. They're on 24:7 set to trigger and record what's needed. So I'm probably looking at 20 odd per annum for batteries.

jamhops

£265.18 with the hue compatible osram bulb. Might be the best price it's ever been! Add the below to get the price: Osram Smart+ LED-Lamp, E27, 8 W, Warm White

lexwon

night vision on these is poor, don't buy it if you gonna use it in high traffic area

bargains4us

I have a ring floodlight cam and I must say I am extremely impressed! 1080p with night vision mode

NETGEAR RBK30 and 2 x RBW30 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System £199.99 at Amazon
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Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Single network name; one Wi-Fi name and seamless roaming for your whole home to enjoy Your home and garden covered; this kit of three covers up to 5000 sq feet with … Read more
jjabbar

I think you're talking about repeaters. I'm signed up to 50mbs and with the Orbi I get 55mbs all over my home now.

odom

My advice is to move on from WaveLAN, about the only wireless standard where this would make any sense.

jamhops

PleaseDon't give advice ever again

jimbojames79

So the nodes are slightly less powerful but more importantly don't have LAN ports.

jimbojames79

This is not true for this device. It has a dedicated backhaul channel to prevent this.

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NETGEAR RBK43 Orbi Whole home wifi £249.99 @ Amazon
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Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
NETGEAR RBK43 Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh System Up to 6000 sq ft Coverage
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jimbojames79

I have the RBK30 kit. Bonkers fast wifi everywhere now. Only trouble is it doesn't always handover from one node to the other very well if you're wondering around the house.

conradj1

I've got the 2 unit RBK50 version which *only* covers 5000 feet but has faster internal transfer speeds. Purchased after reading this thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-wi-fi-mesh-networking-kits/

klebs

am wondering if I should get this ... or velop. Velop seems to be the fastest/most featured. Such a huge amount of money for simple wifi tho....but I have problems with handoff between two Asus routers on the same SSID. Anyone got one of these?

conradj1

Fantastic price, for way more WiFi than anyone should need!

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NETGEAR RBK30 Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh System £149.99 @ Amazon
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EDIT: Reduced by 2p to now match the lowest ever price for this on Amazon and the price on eBay. No longer available at Very for £149.99. > Fast whole home Wi-Fi system - cover… Read more
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bargains4us

Where’s the promo available?

jimbojames79

I have this. Much better than my old Asus router. Bit slow transferring from one node to the other if you're walking round the house tho. Also there's a promo on extra orbi(s?) til the end of the month

hanif248

Why would it make a difference? Wi-fi is wi-fi.

bargains4us

Are these any good with ring products?

Arlo Smart Home - 2 HD Security Camera Kit, 100% Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision by NETGEAR  £199.99 @ amazon
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Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Arlo Smart Home - 2 HD Security Camera Kit, 100% Wire-Free, Indoor/Outdoor with Night Vision by NETGEAR (VMS3230-100EUS) £199.99 rrp £309.99
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blake_7

Was looking at Arlo for a long time but the battery situation put me off. I just bought a Blink XT one camera system for £119 from blinkforhome. I tried to post deal but mods deleted it was from a new seller or something. Back up to £149 now.

josh971

I'm halfway to your setup, I have Aqara sensors and ST, (although I also have Ring integrated too), I definitely want to achieve what you've got. However having had a quick scoot around the ST forums, there are a lot of advocates of Blink over Arlo. Specifically looking at this thread i'll have to do lots more reading on the pros and cons of both systems, one thing that annoys me though is that there are never any Blinks on Amazon warehouse!

neversay

Broadly: Armed Away puts alerts on all cameras and sensors, including internal movement ones, triggering pop-up and text message alerts. It's designed to make sure I see/respond to the alert. Armed Home sets notifications on for outdoor cameras, front/french doors, all windows, and garage sensor. It has just a pop-up as we tend to trigger it accidentally. (That said, to protect our bikes, the garage sensor will always send text alerts 12pm-6am) Home still tends to have cameras set to record when triggered, but with no notifications. I have a Smarthings shortcut to 'Cameras On' and 'Cameras Off' for when we are spending a lot of time in the garden and immediately outside the house. I'm still fine tuning it, but nothing can really come near, let alone in, the house without me being aware. Ours is Arlo which is fine for our usage (we are in a very safe area) but I can't comment on the others - like you say, they all have pros and cons. Smartthings is working great for me though with lots of Aqara sensors, but it does take basic tech skills and patience to do all the integrations.

josh971

Interesting about the Smartthings integration. Out of interest what are the differences in the recordings between Armed Home vs Armed Away? I'm sold on a home camera system of some sort, and am torn between Arlo, Arlo Pro, a custom "MotionEyeOS" setup and a Hikvision IP + NVR solution, all have pros and cons

flux

Shame the original arlo can't do local recording. Thats the one feature that pushes me towards the pro.

NETGEAR Nighthawk 11AC 2200 Mbps X4 Dual Band Wi-Fi wall plug Range Extender (Wi-Fi Booster) (EX7300-100UKS) - £69.99 @ Amazon
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Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
NETGEAR Nighthawk 11AC 2200 Mbps X4 Dual Band Wi-Fi wall plug Range Extender (Wi-Fi Booster) (EX7300-100UKS) Extreme AC3000 WI-FI speeds: Combined speeds up to 3 Gbps Works wit… Read more
Rastafari

Expired. £99 now.

indyjukebox

https://www.pcmag.com/review/351411/netgear-nighthawk-x4-ac2200-wifi-range-extender-ex7300

jimbo001

Better off buying an actual router.

cosmindulce

You can read the Amazon reviews if that helps

Thistleno1

Can anyone vouch for the quality of these?

NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack £39.99 Amazon
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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
Halfang

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.

Player_1

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.

The_Hoff

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.

bryanryan

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.

erjin999

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.

NETGEAR PL1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline £39.99 @ Amazon
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Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
Normally priced around £60 according to camelcamelcamel. 1200 Mbps powerline speed - designed for connecting smart TVs, streaming players and game consoles.WiFi Performance:Not… Read more
B1000

Just like the last 3 deals you posted then.

cullies

pity NO wifi! COLD at this price

nougat

They were £29.99 last maythen they updated the listing and bumped the price up

NETGEAR EX8000-100EUS AC3000 Mbps Nighthawk Mesh X6S Tri-Band Wi-Fi Range Extender with FastLane3 £119.99 @ Amazon
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Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
Fast WiFi everywhere! Amazon deal price so quick if you need one! Extreme AC3000 WI-FI speeds: Combined speeds up to 3 Gbps Works with any router: Use your existing router to cr… Read more
Rich_T

Isn't this for one only? Think you need more to make it a mesh network.

venture007

deal stopped now was at it this yesterday too so keep an eye

Picard123

Mesh network for £120? HOT.

tri_94

Any feedback on this? As I currently have an r8000 in Ap mode but doesn’t give seemless

BoneyBum

Thanks OP. Great deal on a good mesh extender allowing the same SSID :{ Heat added (y)

NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S £129.99 at Amazon
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Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Just checked this morning, and it's back down to £129.99 again.
BobbyUK

I got the BT wifi Mesh, actually good for big houses!

decanay

I think you missed the part of your first message that says they limit it to one year lol (cheeky) That being the case I would be more inclined to agree with you, but it hasn't been my experience. I don't know what type of support they want you to pay for, all I know is every question or bug I've reported has been replied to.

twisted89

I think you missed the part of my first message that said they limit support to 1 year, even though I disagree with your 'only answer legit questions to customers who paid for a product' do you not see how ridiculous it is to cap basic support to a subscription? Have a bug with your router in 13 months, nope can't talk to netgear unless you pay.

decanay

No, don't be silly. By stupid, I mean unreasonable. I do work in a tech industry and will answer support questions that are totally out of scope, but it's not practical. Netgear have been fine for me anytime I have a legitimate support query. If you buy this and don't understand it, need help setting it up etc.. You should expect to pay for that type of service.

twisted89

Are you joking? You think support should depend on whether you consider the question 'stupid' or not? I'm guessing you don't actually work with customers a lot, clearly you have issues with social interaction.

NETGEAR Nighthawk 11AC 1900 Mbps Dual Band 2.4 and 5 GHz 1900 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender with 5 Gigabit Ports and 3 External Antennas (Wi-Fi Booster) - was £117.99 now £77.99@ Amazon
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Extreme dual band Wi-Fi speed-up to 1900 Mbps Dual core 1 GHz processor enables max Wi-Fi performance High-power design for maximum WiFi coverage Three external antennas for max… Read more
Ultra_Magnus

Apologies, I thought this was the Nighthawk R7000 WiFi Cable & Fibre Router. It is indeed the EX7000 extender model. Sorry for my confusion folks - do not order this to replace your existing fibre/cable router. It is simply a WiFi extender for 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz, albeit a very good extender.

nwatson6

This is only a wifi extender, if you want to use (for example) a virginmedia superhub in modem mode you need a router. This wifi extender can be used in addition to a superhub to provide a better wireless network, but not instead of.

lkl265

Just ordered to be used with Virgin SH 3.

spoony77

How does this differ from a normal cable router I'm confused?? What can't this do that say the r7000 nighthawk can do?

Norseg

Can I use this instead of Plusnet Fibre router ??? The standard router has very bad range

NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN21200-100NES with free seagate 2tb hdd - £242.98 @ Ebuyer
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NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN21200-100NES with free Seagate BarraCuda 2TB 3.5" Hard Drive ST2000DM006 worth £54.98
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Van1973

I've still got the original ReadyNAS Duo V1 I bought back in 2008/9 (think I paid £180 which included a 500GB disc) - just had to replace one the 2TB disks. Also have a NV+ V2 I bought secondhand on ebay. Generally decent products but the problem with Netgear stuff is they stop supporting them to try and force you to buy the newer products!

mrpipster

I remember when these were under £100 without a drive (skeptical) You could get a HP microserver for less with cashback But this cheaper than everywhere else so HOT!!

NETGEAR AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (R6800-100UKS) - £79.99 @ Amazon
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Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Back About this item Features Highly fast Wi-Fi - up to 600+1300 MbpsSimultaneous dual band Wi-Fi - 2.4 and 5 GHz with beamforming+ - faster, more reliable connectionsUSB 3.0 po… Read more
Tyler.Durden

Would this replace an EE Brightbox, and can this have DD-WRT custom firmware installed on it?

deanstanley82

Nope, still there

gabriela.wisniewska

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Smartguy1

That would depend on the quality of the router and the quality of the AP. I have the R7000 which is a better model and actually purchased cheaper than the one posted. I live in a 4 bed house and my speed drops from 75 Mbps supply to only 56 Mbps to the farthest point away from the router which is one of the back bedrooms. No need for AP's in my house as the router is well capable of supplying a decent,t internet speed to all rooms in the house.

TokyoGhoul

Wasn't this one £49.99 a bit ago? Was also that price @ Currys

Netgear Wifi Extender with socket - Amazon Prime £34.99
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Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Been after a model with a socket for a while, this has normally been £40-50, but now dropped to £35
45ure

yep tplink ones had gigabit ethernet , netgear just 10/100. also been this price for about a month, but quite good wiht integrated plug socket

wakkaday

I bought homeplugs tp link gigabit with Wi-fi which copies Wi-fi settimgafrom the router is this the same as a Wi-fi extender

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