All Powerline Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
I can see all these starting to come down in price though as more and more mesh style products start coming out and price on those becoming cheaper
Well they're out of stock and I believe devolo is considered better quality than dlink
better value buying 2 of these at 24.99 each (D-Link PowerLine DHP-601AV/B AV2 1000 Mbps) https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/D-Link-PowerLine-DHP-601AV-B-AV2-1000-Mbps-Networking-Starter-Kit-Twin-2-Pack/282280790066?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649
Although not the fastest, I’ve been using these for a while as well...solid reliable product. good timing for summer so you can get decent WiFi in the garden
I have Netgear, been running for over three years in a house with 20 year old wiring. My kitchen is on a seperate loop so occasionally get a drop, I simply reach over to the unit and switch it off and then on again, it then connects within 3 seconds. If the house didn't have two loops it would probaly never disconnect.
Out of stock :(
It may do, some powerline kits come with built in WiFi hotspot. Something like the TL-WPA4220 kit. You plug one in near your router ideally, then the other WiFi one to nearest socket to your outhouse. The less you put between the WiFi plug and the outhouse, the better. My WiFi from that kit is in an upstairs bedroom and the WiFi signal is still fairly strong outside in the garden.
It's never been rewired
Same here - used to recommend them to everybody - now I find them unreliable and generally poor.
Yes, you can use Ethernet.
Is this good for Xbox one?
had these before, there is a firmware problem and they keep randomly disconnecting , might have been fixednow
These are £6 in ASDA if you can find asda.com in store / stock. I bought some last week and they still had some in the Altrincham store this week
Thanks, just ordered along with a set of wooden spoons for £2.50. Only 3 left in stock now for anyone still interested.
This is the one I got: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Devolo-Powerline-Starter-Adapter-Extender/dp/B00OZDO8RE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1523631014&sr=8-2&keywords=devolo+1200+wifi
Or these (AV600) for £21 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tp-link-av600-passthrough-powerline-starter-kit-tl-pa4010p-kit-for-21-john-lewis-cc-2-or-free-with-30-spend-2925625
Do your Devolo 1200 support QoS? That was one of the things holding me back in moving from TP-Link to Devolo kit.
spend your money on the Devolo 1200+ Wifi. I did and they are great! That was what i was advised to do byt a lot of people and shops
Seems to be expired @ £91.34
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?
Got this as a pair about 4 months ago on a deal from here for about £25-£35. It's great.
Yep, you are able to buy these separately as you can have multiple range extenders around the house, which will be connect to the powerline adapter. its half the price compared to amazon.
Won't add to basket Insufficient stock
C3 is only five pounds more at Curry's after cashback...
Dyson V6 Pro ordered ! Thanks Op Heat added !
Thanks However they don't show u prices with discount codes so you don't really know how low it has been
https://m.pricespy.co.uk The above website checks all the prices with the retailers
Can anyone tell me if the Dyson v6 is a good price? Has it ever been cheaper? Will it be cheaper due to v10 getting released? I have only watched Dyson prices for the past 2 weeks so I don't have much knowledge about it Thanks
Could have gotten a Dyson V8 absolute refurbished for £208 yesterday from their eBay outlet with the 20% off code. 12 month warranty too.
Out of stock
Note this is for a used/ pre-owned product. Likely very hard to find stock at a local branch. Admittedly it does say (Used) in the deal title!
Great price. But no stock anywhere near where I live. Can't order and pay in store. Just pay then order them into the store. I'm not sure I want to do that with the company going into administration. As mentioned, great price if you can get them locally.
Am desperate for one of these but wanted the older more powerful one over 1200w
Same price as Amazon.
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.
Just like the last 3 deals you posted then.
pity NO wifi! COLD at this price
They were £29.99 last maythen they updated the listing and bumped the price up
Is the one with Wi-fi any good
Err.. You're linking to the 1200 one, not the 1300. Different product & price.
I don't understand why these are still so big?! The tech has been aroud for years... You'd thought they'd be able to make them smaller by now. Or at least allow you to orientate the plug the other way. Annoyingly these models don't fit in my plug socket where my router is, and the other end they protrude out too far and get caught.
Yes, but you said they're 'usually £25'. They're not, the usual price is £40. That's why the deal went hot at £22.50, and it's also gone hot at £25.
type av1000 into the search box on here.
Unless you're just trolling I have no idea what you mean
Why would you search Google to find a deal when your on a deal site. Try searching on here and you will see what I mean
Not according to Google https://www.google.co.uk/shopping/product/17874115980634272455/online?q=TP-Link TL-PA7010&biw=1680&bih=919&prds=paur:ClkAsKraX-MC3CV-S98UPkg-qjj0Jl43orO1gOGmcnqLoISNunHlgxuoTtYXGn_eTL3L5jyTh-Hf2HRhLqCrTT_-DvsiQKSeqHcI_e_qu0Buw_-vANEuYxXarhIZAFPVH71Z3O507gZxdmKF8lkTb9Y5aaTaZw,scoring:mrd&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiA28Hxo8fZAhWGaRQKHfl4DR0Q6SQIXQ
Watts just indicate how much electricity it uses not the amount of suction.
No need to buy original Miele bags plenty of compatible bags available online at half the the price or less! Bags only need changing once every 3 months and I hoover the whole house (5 bedroom) once or twice a week.
Thanks. I think I've decided it might be best to save a bit more and try a miele bagless one. Win win...except for the price!
We have a miele cat and dog hover (actually it's the other half's, she wanted to keep hers so my bagless one went in the garage), you do have to change the bags and also the filter every now year or two, as it does start to smell. Saying that, I think it is quite old and still works well.
I bought one of these a week or so ago 2nd hand...(it had been used once and was less than a few months old)...person who was selling it said he preferred Henrys ...he payed £195...i gave him £60 ...all the tools totally unused/new filters/bags/manuals still in sealed bag...over the moon and boy what a cleaner...now i have two Mieles s2111 and the c1...one for car/other for home...both absolutely great and compared with my old Dysons (motors always packing up) they are in a different league!
Called them just now, they said everyone who applies for this offer will see this screen and a contract has been signed + 12 month agreement but they said to simply "ignore it its default by the system when ordering" and my contact expired last year and i'm doing month-to-month with 31 day notice to cancel at any time.
Will in the morning, but feel they gonna come up with some bs.
My box arrived today, and it's started a new 12 MONTH contract? Although during order was clearly written no new contracts or anything and the help page also says. Same as @Philip_Newby Virgin Media's Help Page for "Ordering a free upgrade to the Virgin TV V6 box" says: "The upgrade is free to eligible customers. There's no new contract to sign up to and your monthly cost will stay exactly the same. There's no penalty if you'd rather just keep your old TV box to use with your service (though we're pretty confident you'll love our V6 box more). You'll only need to pay extra if you want an engineer to install your new box for you instead of doing it yourself." https://help.virginmedia.com/system/templates/selfservice/vm/help/customer/locale/en-GB/portal/200300000001000/article/HELP-6138/Ordering-a-free-upgrade-to-the-Virgin-TV-V6-box > About this offer Any ideas?
I don't think that this is a new contract, I have just ordered mine online and among it before i submitted it gives you a breakdown of what you have ordered and some info saying... "Just swapping your TV box? The figure shown above is your current monthly cost and, along with your package and contract, will remain exactly the same as before".
My friend said this is better than just wireless plug or dongle.Is that true? Its for my son's pro gaming. Wi fi downstairs so need something for his room. Any recommrndations please?
Had issues with these. Had then connected to use the same SSID as my router but it would never connect to strongest signal. Even after resetting to their own SSID devices would connect to the unit in the other room not the one right next to it. Got sick of it all in the end and splashed out on the bt whole home mesh WiFi system. Expensive but it's been great so far. Intelligently swaps devices to the strongest point in the mesh. Obviously a different price range to this though.
Yeh even the Hub 3 is a pain. Took my Xbox home for Xmas and tried hooking it up to my parents BT and wouldnt accept connection unless I had fiddled with the DMZ and port forward settings. My virgin at home, a doddle.
I bought their wifi boosters a while back and its utterly useless! I would never buy or use any of their products again. Ive even had the bthub routers and they were awful apart from the hub3 which worked better than the newer ones at least.
Ironic that they're BT, yet their broadband and WiFi is probably THE worst on the market anyway.
Showing as £6.99 now
No mention of whether this cable incorporates a 56k ohm pull-up resistor. From research, that's what you need to look out for. Best to avoid.
These are quality tested cables, not cheap chinese knockoffs
I believe the regular power lines do not have braided cables, whereas the power line+ does.
The 6ft in grey is £6.79