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NETGEAR R7800 Nighthawk X4S Dual-Band AC2300 (2.3 Gbps) Smart Wi-Fi Router £129.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Been Looking for this or the R7000 for a few months, this is the lowest price its been according to the 3Camels. I had the Linksys Killer one posted here last week on order since t… Read more

Got this the other week from Amazon Warehouse (Like New) for roughly the same price. It replaced a 4 year old TP-Link Archer C5 which was struggling with the increased amounts of gadgets hammering it at any given time. Great piece of kit with all the features you'd want in a modern router.


I bought the BT mesh network and also this. Can wholeheartedly say that the mesh network option is no good unless you buy a number of the expensive units. This gave me the coverage I needed for a lesser price tag. Try this first IMO


Get a mesh system like Google WiFi. No guarantees any singular router will be any better than what u got unless u know how to delve deeper. Mesh will do all the grunt work for you and setup is super easy (especially on Google WiFi).


Question to you all that know your stuff. We have just recently upgraded to max virgin fibre optic. The coverage is pants! In a standard 3 bed house cant get a decent signal in the bathroom. Would it be best to get a new modem or a extender and if so which one? This one? Thanks in advance


That may be the case, it's somewhat subjective, but it's the best price available for this at the moment which is what is meant to quantify a hot deal here

NETGEAR GS208-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch £14.99 delivered (prime) or plus £4.49 (non-prime) Amazon
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
(Or free delivery with other items up to £20) This is a desktop version which means the ports are at the back and it has a plastic case. It is fanless. Good reviews at Amazon. Why … Read more

like that logic! already have a 8 port one so this can be a spare one


Not at the moment maybe, but can you predict the future? :) Most things (The Internet of Things) want the Internet, whether it is actually necessary or not, who knows. My Solar panels want the Internet to say that they are working properly. My printers upgrade their firmware themselves which is a lot safer than DIY! I think. You may have a one of more wireless network, but how cluttered is it?. It is easy to extend it via wire or via powerline to wire adapters (no cabling needed) And anyway, with anything computer related, it's always better to think bigger, I think, buy a bigger hard disk, buy a bigger display, and more ports than you need now. My two cents


Linksys is better for you, don't listen to op 8)


this or the linksys which was posted yesterday? dont really need 8 ports


Great basic switches -- plug and play and forget its there. Great value

Netgear Arlo add-on HD Security wireless camera £69.99 Dispatched from and sold by Amazon - Lightning deal
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Cheapest they’ve been for years, maybe ever! Bargain

You can get it from Amazon around 20 pounds


Do you have a link please?


How wrong you are ! I have Arlo cameras and the footage from the one on the front of my house was enough to convict someone in court where they received a 2.5 year prison sentence.


+1 for the plug packs if you have a electricity source nearby


Had my Arlo on my front door for two years and been absolutely perfect. Bought a battery pack from China that plugs straight in to the wall run into my garage so don't even pay for batteries

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NETGEAR GS316-100UKS 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch At 21% Off @ Amazon - £54.99 @ Amazon
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
16 auto-sensing Gigabit Ethernet ports. Unmanaged switch (plug-and-play) auto connect to router and modem using any port. LED's for power/port speed/link and activity. … Read more



I bought the gigabit rated version 3 years ago and I've never had an issue with it. Cheaper than the Netgear too.


Anyone know of a cheap good POE switch.


What's the benefit of this over the TP-Link SF1016DS for £35? EDIT: That's 10/100 and not gigabit, that explains it!


good price for a good switch...might be worth looking at the GS116UK model as this one has a lifetime warranmty with next day replacement...well worth it if it is somewthing you home or business will rely on

Netgear EX2700 Single Band WiFi Range Extender £14 @ AO
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
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Range extenders Ike this are pretty much useless in my experience. The various mesh systems and/or a powerline and access point system are a much better solution. Much more expensive though.


I purchase this but not able to sync it with my router, I wonder what am I doing wrong?


I've got this, gets me a signal to the bottom of the garden, didn't have a signal before so good for me.


less than 20mbps, congesting the 2.4ghz band even more... FREEZING



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NETGEAR Nighthawk 11AC 2200 Mbps X4 Dual Band Wi-Fi wall plug Range Extender (Wi-Fi Booster) (EX7300-100UKS) £59.97 @ Amazon
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Extends 2.4 and 5 GHz Wi-Fi signals from existing Wi-Fi routers for better range Dual band Wi-Fi up to 2.2Gbps Up to 10,000 ft² of coverage. Network protocol and standards compat… Read more

Good price for this specific product, but still a lot of money for a wall plug range extender... I would prefer invest in either a whole mesh system or even the Netgear EX7500 (not on offer at the moment but can be found at £99 on amazon every now and again), which should work a treat with any nighthawk modem/router (but also works with other brands). Still voted hot for the price.

NETGEAR EX7300 WiFi Range Extender - AC 2200, Dual-band - £59.97 @ Currys (free C&C)
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
The EX7300 Range Extender offers wireless speeds of up to 2200 Mbps, making it compatible with AC WiFi for fast and reliable internet access. With dual-band supporting … Read more

Single SSID is possible with extenders too, if you know what you’re doing.


Had one of these before upgrading to an RBK50. EX7300 is a great piece of kit- very stable strong WiFi signal the whole time I had it. Absolute bargain at this price


Mesh network with single SSID is more stable and reliable. This is useful if a particular room or plant room has poor signals. Won't cover whole house. Having said that mesh wifi costs twice as much.


Amazon price matched too. Heat added


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I heard ASUS modems were known to cause issues at the street cabinet and/or exchange which affected customer connected to it for fibre services?


Just bought this and looking at the reviews it's time to return it😪


Router via pc. It appears to be setup right using DDNS method but no matter what I do the connection on Nord regardless of location goes to 0-0.7kb download speed.


^ yeah; also I’ve still got my white BT modem that was given when fibre first came out, so that is an option too plus you can get them from eBay cheap. I’m currently looking at asus router ac68u but may wait for it to drop in price first


If you have the money, you're better off having a separate modem, like the DrayTek Vigor 130, and pairing it with whatever router (without modem) you want

Netgear Arlo Pro 3 wire free security camera - £479.98 instore @ Costco
LocalLocalFound 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
Costco has this on offer this month for £449 plus VAT but when I rang earlier to see if it was in stock they informed me there was an extra £50 off until July on these. Made it £90… Read more

We are very impressed with it so far. Works perfectly and great at night. Set up in ten mins. Very easy. No issues with app either.


Keep an eye on the Amazon US site. Price changes frequently and I just got the 2 camera Pro system for just under £250 !


I know the quality is great though I was disappointed by the q plus model for various reasons. However, a security camera that needs recharging and by it's very nature you'd want somewhere hard to access doesn't make sense to me. Nevertheless, heat on price !

NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System £220 @ Amazon
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Up to 4000 sq ft Coverage), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps)

Now £234.64


Had this for over a year now and it's great. All the benchmarks in reviews show it's easily the fastest of the mesh set ups and the recent update has made it properly mesh (eg before the update all the satellites connected to the home unit, now if you have more than one, they'll connect to each other if the signal is stronger). Range is impressive, speed is impressive, and now, the price is impressive.


I've just got this and the speed under the coverage area is amazing. Over 300mbps on a spot used to be below 60. I think the dedicated backhaul is doing its work.


I had Deco M5, and had to reboot it every day - I returned it. My BT has been far more stable (though not perfect). YMMV.


I have the RBK40 (satellite plug in) for sell. £120

Netgear Orbi RBK50 Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh System Up to 4000 sq ft of Wi-Fi Coverage £246.48 @ Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Have been looking for a Mesh wifi system and this is probably the best one (albeit not the cheapest) at the moment.... You can go slightly cheaper at £245 if you don't mind buying … Read more

Dam... It's even cheaper now!!! Just got mine and installed... Will give some opinion later :)


Price dropped to £220.00


Drilling holes and PoE is not an option hence have to compromise on the potential reliability... But love the clean look on the Unifi APs


If you do go down the UniFi route. Make sure you get the newer Lite APs as they support proper PoE standards. Should you wish to use it, with a PoE switch.


Cool. I'll check that out too thanks Oneday77. LAN connection no problem, every room has CAT7 ;)

NETGEAR R6400-100UKS AC1750 (802.11ac) Dual Band Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (External Antennas Boost Wi-Fi Speeds up to 450 Mbps + 1300 Mbps) £39.99 @ Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
High-powered antennas and Beamforming+ technology for faster, reliable connections Wireless access, share USB hard drives and printers with two built-in USB 2.0 ports ReadyCloud … Read more
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Hi, also noticed you can enable Wireless availability times under Advanced, Advanced Setup, Wireless Settings. So if you only have mobile devices...


Hi, If you check under the options Advanced / Block Services it looks like you can add rules to block a range of ports and then under Schedule set the times you need to block access.


not really as they have not taken any money off you, it would not be of any benefit to tgem.


my delivery has gone from yesterday to the 23rd :( anyone think its worth haggling for the same discount on a different model?


Thanks for the info, I was looking for the same feature so please let me know if custom firmware resolves this

NETGEAR RBK40 Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh System - Used - Very Good - £146.77 Amazon Warehouse
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
I've updated this as it's now changed to "Used - Very Good" and a fiver cheaper. I thought this may help someone as there were 8 left. I purchased this today as I thought it was… Read more



Is his better than a home plug with Wi-fi extender


Thanks OP - gone for this! Amazon chat have confirmed that Warehouse items come with a one-year warranty. That's good because my understanding is that the actual Netgear warranty is also only one year...


Typical trigger finger unhappy hotukdeals users. The must have a batch script that runs.


Beats me why it's cold. If it's something your after it's better than the Huawei one posted the other day. Like you say may not even be opened. Bargain at this price point.

NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Switch - £15.99 (Prime) £20.74 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
I have one myself, works well. I know it is not the cheapest it has been but it is still a decent price.

bought 2 cheers OP have some heat............


I use a cheap Tenda one I bought years ago on my desk and put this one in the attic for my Server/Raspberry pi. Out of sight out of mind aha


Really? I have a 16 port Netgear switch which has been going strong for many years. Plus the switch comes with 3 year warranty out of the box from Netgear themselves


Yeah, I have the same problem. I am thinking of either put two screws in the bottom of my desk and mounting it using the mount holes on the bottom or using 3m adhesive.


I have this one. it's great apart from it's rubbish on a desk because the power cable goes in the back and cat5 comes out the front. It looks so messy.

Arlo Pro 2 by NETGEAR (VMS4230P, 1080p HD, Audio, Indoor or Outdoor, Night Vision, Works with Alexa) - £396.04 delivered @ Amazon US
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
Price is further dropped. I know it's AMAZON USA but it's more than £100 saving. Price includes tax and delivery. Items:GBP 313.27 Shipping & handling:GBP 8.08 Total before t… Read more

And it's about £400 for this all if delivery is USA. Or may be about £480 with shipping and handling fee for UK.


oh not sure


Will it come with a 2 pin plug for base station


there's a 3rd party cable people are using outdoors.. I'll try and find it


At this price maybe worth thinking about but normally I’d say the Pro 2 isn’t worth the extra over the Pro. Pro 2 adds motion detectactivity zones and 24/7 Continuous Video Recording but neither can be used outdoors as it needs to be connect to the mains. Presume socket on the back of the camera is not waterproof when in use. Addition resolution doesn’t look much more sharp either.

NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh System £249 @ Amazon
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh System Up to 4000 sq ft of Wi-Fi Coverage(approx.), Works with Amazon Alexa (11AC 3.0 Gbps Tri Band Home Network with Router and Satellite)… Read more

I don't think you can remove stand.


I dont think it is flippant. Having used both, the BT is certainly slower than the RBK50. Noticeably so. Possibly because it doesnt have a dedicated backhaul channel? It also is an access point only, so you need a router to use it with. The other thing that bothered me was the fact that you couldn't get the stand off if you wanted to wall mount it. Do the newer models/versions have a detachable stand (the chrome bit)?


I called Amazon. They don't do price match. However the cs lady gave me a 5pound discount credit for future Amazon purchase. I am quite happy with that.


That's even better now. Is any one know how to price match with Amazon?


Now £246.02

Arlo Pro 2 – with rechargeable batteries and 1080p Deal of the Day @ Amazon
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
I’ve been waiting for this to go on deal! Finally it’s here. Much better than the older versions – as this has audio and rechargeable batteries…may help with kids, pets and those p… Read more

Visual quality of Pro2 (1080p) vs Pro (720p) is only very marginally better, as both are massively compressed. It is nowhere near what you expect given the apparent increase in resolution. Very disappointing, and better to save your money and go for the Pro.


I’ve got the original Arlo system with 3 cams and it is generally very good and the batteries last 4 to 6 months usually but it cost way less than half this price. Couldn’t justify paying this price COLD.


I have a combination of Arlo Pro and Pro 2 and the night vision on the Pro is much superior so I suggest that you don’t waste your money paying the extra for Pro 2.




The continuous recording is only available when the cameras are plugged in. The 3 second look back is only available when plugged in and used in doors. The "active"/specific zones, only available when plugged in and used in doors. Source: Netgears software (mobile app and back end systems) must be developed by amateurs and not very good ones at that. There QA test leaves a lot to be desired. Only last week they made a change in the back end system which cause thousands of users across the world to lose the ability to change the mode (armed, disarmed, etc.), the app crashes very regularly, my phone says that it has crashed 30 times in the past week. The geofencing is very hit and miss, more often miss and doesn't arm the system when you leave the geo zone. The hardware is pretty good though, I've not had any problems with the hardware yet...

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