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TP-Link TL-PA9020KIT 2-Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit  No Configuration Required, UK Plug Amazon 64.99
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Powelink av2000 lightning deal . 84.99 at currys
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I can't wait until next year when the "had AV200 for 2 years" changes to "had av2000 for 3 years" comments are updated. She won't change and the comments aren't offensive enough to mute her. The weekend comments after shes downed a few bottles of whisky amuse me


Love it. Love it. Love it.


So does the Sony xperia xz premium although, Lots of bezel Sony branded Bezel. Very less phone


I don't understand why this is cold, seems like a good enough deal


This works in background and i can watch 4k Hdr movies and Sports in 4k on the internet.

TP-Link TL-WPA8630PKIT V2 Dual Band Gigabit Passthrough AC1350 Powerline Adapter, Range Extender, Wi-Fi Extender - £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
TP Link Powerline adaptor sends internet signal around your house via the electrical ring main.
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Useful for pc gaming and relocating your hue bridge :)


Also at curry’s in store and online


Well, I don't think this is too bad a deal. Voted hot from me. I use 2gb adapters and they are ok. Pass through is a must unless you have loads of sockets.


Thanks for that bouncy99


Powerline adapters are really useful for IPTV, inbox open. ;)

Tenda PH3 Powerline AV1000 Gigabit Powerline Adapter Kit (Pair) £22.94 delivered @ Box
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Good price, includes delivery and plug and play. Basically Powerlines turn your homes electrical wiring into a network, ideal if struggling with internet speeds upstairs and your … Read more
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11/10/2018. Just tried to order but price is nearer to 28gbp plus 5 p & p .. £33 is not a bad price but £10 more then advertised ;(


Got mine today. Went from 500mb powerline's which got 60mb to about 120mb. Very happy for the price. EDIT: Keeps getting faster :D


I'm on Sky 38mb broadband, in the same room as the router my ps4 has 33mb download but in the bedroom my ps4 gets 2mb download. Should I get this powerline or would an av500 be enough?


That's incredible! :o


Wondering the same thing myself, I got virgin 320mb and have tried a few different power line adapters ranging from 500-600mb but only get a max of 70mb

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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??

TP-Link TL-PA8010KIT Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, Data Transfer Speed Up to 1200 Mbps, Ideal for HD Video Streaming and Online Gaming, No Configuration Required, 2 × 2 MIMO with Beamforming, UK Plug @ Amazon
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
Ultra-fast powerline speed - HomePlug AV2 standard compliant, high-speed data transfer rate of up to 1200 Mbps, ideal for ultra HD streaming and online gaming 300 m range - Up to 3… Read more
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I have the AV2000 ones and have had to enable a feature that essentially half's their performance due to them going into non-operational states. When they worked they were great but lots of tines I had to reset them. Now they have been solid so can live with the speed drop as they are still 600+ mbit. Just annoying that they are so unstable at higher speeds for me. I think the feature I enabled disables MIMO. So maybe that is where the issue was.


That’s actually not indicative of real world measurements. Can you do a iperf or transfer between two of the nearest devices.


Lots of things will impact that - mainly whether each device is one the same circuit, and whether there's anything creating noise on the electrics (microwave, etc). That said, I have a couple on the same circuit, one on a different, but still internal one - and the other outside through multiple consumer boards... all that basically means is that they seem pretty okay, even with challenging environments. If you play around, you can optimise it I'm sure, but thought I'd share my careless setup so you can see what's likely out of the box...


If anyone has these and knows how to measure it, what transfer speeds are you getting on average? Cheers Pops


Not the one on sale at 39.98, but if you click one of the other options in the listing its a 3 port ethernet of the receiving end: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01DAZPCSQ?tag=22&th=1

TP-Link TL-PA4010PKIT Passthrough Powerline, UK Plug, Pack of 2 £34 @ Amazon
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Decent TP Link powerline with passthrough so doesn't waste a power socket. The best thing about this though, see the first Customer Question and Answer!

Agreed - There are great for streaming Netflix/Amazon Prime etc to TVs at the extremities of my Wifi service


Half these comments are a nonsense. I've had this and regularly get download speeds of around 60 megabits per second - which probably faster than most people's internet connection.


I've had the 2 port version since release, been absolutely perfect for years. Unless you need more than 80mb these are fine. My lg oled only has a 100mb port on it anyway.


The AV1200 are available on the same listing for a fiver more. There’s no passthrough on them but if you have a super fast fibre optic internet connection you want the 1200s. In my experience I don’t get more than 65Mbps from the 600’s


I have a pair of these. We're fine for about 2 years or so. But then dropped out continuously. Have since started using non pass throughs that i bought at the same time. They work fine and never drop out.

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TP-Link 600 Mbps Passthrough Home Plug Powerline Adapter Starter Kit New £23.75 delivered @ MyMemory eBay!
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Looking new Powerline adapters for downstairs that don’t occupy sockets and stumbled across these. Seem much cheaper than anywhere else and I’ve ordered from MyMemory’s website bef… Read more

I have a few different powercli email adaptors all working together I ever have a powerline hub/switch . I've bought these as I will definitely be needing them in the near future to add to my network ha


Hope they’re working well for you! I have a set myself already and they’re one of the best things I’ve ever bought (flirt)


Thanks I ordered these last week arrived a couple of days ago

TP-Link AV600 Powerline Starter Kit- £22.99 delivered @ Mymemory
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
+4.2% Topcashback Miniature design, smaller than most powerline adapters on the market, blends discreetly in front of any power outlet • No new wires, Easy Plug and Play operatio… Read more
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Is AV 600 better than AV 500. I assume it is compatible to AV500. It is hard to keep up with all the new things.


hehe true to form, he didn't let me down :)


Exactly this. The 10/100 Ethernet seriously hampered my network speeds. Definitely worthwhile looking for a gigabit enabled powerline.


I've had these for around 2 years. Be aware that they only have 10/100 Ethernet adapter built in so no gigabit (10/100/1000) connection. This was seriously limiting my network speed. Playing 1080p movies with Dolby digital or DTS 7.1 from my NAS drive (not internet) often buffered. 4k movies from NAS drive always buffered, unwatchable. I ended up upgrading to AV1200 with gigabit (10/100/1000) ports and playback has been seamless. For a basic powerline this is ok but with broadband speeds increasing through fibre and 4k movie playback over networks I'd personally pay more for the gigabit connection.


Cold, no band 20 ethernet connection.

BT Flex 600 powerline WiFi extender kit £35 Robert Dyas in store
LocalLocalFound 1st SepFound 1st Sep
As per title. Official Robert Dyas current price £40. Example in photo was seen in Woodley, Berks branch. Just corrected the link but not sure if the linked item is quite identica… Read more

Im thinking the Flex 600 should be a superior solution to a typical wifi extender (£27) like this: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tp-link-re360-wi-fi-extender-2699-argos-3026683 because it should be possible to set the Flex up to use a different channel than your main wifi. I wasn't thinking of it as an alternative to a point to point powerline extender which is a bit inflexible. Standard wifi extenders that don't include a powerline sender are likelier to interfere with the performance of your main wfi, or confuse your wireless printer (both happened to me).


But that's wired only. OP has posted the WiFi and wired versions of the BT kit. Which are always more money than the wired only versions. Yes it's only 600mbs. But your never going to need more than that if you are going to be using. It for streaming HD content or extending your WiFi Shame it's in store only. I've been waiting for a price drop on these for ages


Amazon has been selling tplink av1000 for similar price . Better buy Av2000 than this av600. I have had av2000 for 3 years now TP-Link TL-PA7010KIT 1-Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, Data Transfer Speed Up to 1000 Mbps, Ideal for HD/3D/4K Video Streaming and Online Gaming, No Configuration Required, UK Plug amazon.co.uk/dp/B06WRSHKC6/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_D3QIBbTYN9KA8

TP-Link TL-PA9020KIT AV2000  2-Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, Data Transfer Speed Up to 2000 Mbps, Ideal for HD Video Streaming and Online Gaming, No Configuration Required, UK Plug £59.99 Amazon
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Powerline av2000. Can even be used as backbone of your whole home wifi network without any actual wiring due to its fast speed over existing power network
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Why rip all your walls when electric wire runs everywhere? You must be a plaster artist and painter but everyone dont have those skills or time . I already smashed the ceiling of one house i lived in. To think of doing it again gives me creeps.


Especially handy when you change apartments every 6-12 months...Or if you want to connect 5-6 different rooms...Or if you live in a place with multiple floors...


Cold. Do a proper job with this


Good price...got used ones from ebay for a few £ cheaper. Should have waited. I guess they should be but does anyone know if they are compatible with the passthrough ones?


https://www.amazon.co.uk/TL-WPA9610KIT-Powerline-Broadband-Configuration-UK/dp/B072QWSCQS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1534976414&sr=8-1&keywords=TL-WPA9610KIT&tag=22&th=1&psc=1 That's the one I have, can't confidently recommend and endorse it. Have had it for over a year not sure exactly when j bought it as it was possible on Amazon so had to use Curry's but has been fantastic ever since. Had no signal in some parts of the house and it's now virtually 100% between the router and this. Router is in article with foil underfloor sheets for insulation which I believe was affecting signal strength severely downstairs. So the price is justified when taking I to account the extortionate internet prices we pay per year.

TP-Link PA7010 Kit 1GB Ethernet Powerline £30 @ Sainsbury's
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Seems to be the cheapest price around if you are looking for this kind of accessory. Transfer speed up to 1000Mbps. Both instore & online.
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The 97294e was a joke... I do however have my house hard wired. There is a switch is under the stairs and in the loft, the cable runs around the outside of my house.


doesn`t it get tired? and what sort of name is 97294e for a cat? :/


With the ethernet cable and switches showing everywhere .


Gone over my head


Thanks for your always helpful input.

Devolo 500mbps dLAN Powerline Kit £16.99 @ Argos
Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
Another clearance deal from Argos! Very useful for those OG PS4 owners like myself! Has two Ethernet ports aswell
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There is only one in the pack so you would need two of these surely?


Sorry wasn’t clear. On this particular model no, as the ports as limited. So it would be 100mbps per port max regardless of whether you added a switch. A good example of a rare 500mbps powerline with gigabit ports is the Netgear av500 gigabit (not the old standard one with 100mbps ports). It would allow you to utilise the full 500mbps if connected to a gigabit switch. In reality, I doubt 90% of users would have a real work use for gigabit over standard Ethernet.


I'm still confused. So even though the port on the plug is only 100Mbps, you can still get 100Mbps each on a 5 port switch connected to one of these ports?


What you using them for


Yep, only the one in the "kit" according to a couple of the Q&As.

TP-link powerline AV600 starter kit £19.99 @ Sainsburys
Refreshed 16th AugRefreshed 16th AugLocalLocal
Spotted these in Bitterne-Southampton Sainsbury's. There were about 8 still in stock. They had loads of discounted electricals also!

again no, my friend had a pair crossing two consumer units no bother down to his garden shed, sounds like it is you who doesn't know what he is talking about and is very rude to boot.


Exactly the point of these, if people think they're going to run a server out of one of them then they simply have no idea how they work. They are simply for ease, of course running an ethernet cable is going to give you better results, but that's not a possibility or easy in some cases. Some people just love an argument eh 😏


Got some of these to get Ethernet to my garage for a CCTV camera. Far less hassle than digging up the ground to run a cable and more reliable than WiFi.


You may want to learn to read, I stated that because it says 600mbps don't expect that, for the speeds you want you'd probably want a 1gbps adapter. Speed gets lost in the wiring due to different things, I didn't say anything about something being wrong with hour wiring. Any electrical device plugged into your plugs anywhere in the home will cause some sort of noise in the wiring, simple as that.


You say that you have a 150mbps adapter but only get 50mbpsb in your other post. Hardly stunning performance. This is simply not fast enough for many people. I stream blu-ray of my NAS. 1.5 hours of film is about 85gig. Forgetting buffering that's 120mbps. With stutter free play you are looking at 200mbps with more if you want to fast forward and rewind. Your 50mbps isn't going to cut it. With in the same ring main I get North of 500mbps but south of 200mbps crossing ring main.

TP-Link TL-PA8010KIT Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, Data Transfer Speed Up to 1200 Mbps, Ideal for HD Video Streaming and Online Gaming, No Configuration Required, 2 × 2 MIMO with Beamforming, UK Plug £39.98 @ Amazon
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Ultra-fast powerline speed - HomePlug AV2 standard compliant, high-speed data transfer rate of up to 1200 Mbps, ideal for ultra HD streaming and online gaming 300 m range - Up to 3… Read more

Have used these to great success.


I use these and I got the tp version which has 3 ports and built in wifi extender from the power socket. I tested this extender against the BT wireless house system and the tp wifi from the bedroom gets into my man shed down the garden which the BT one doesn't. The TP unit picks the network off over plug socket not extended over wifi to wifi. I wish I'd tested the BT before the 30 days return was up.


Grab this - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/401499195407?ViewItem=&item=401499195407


I need a twin pack (three units) and something that will extend my wifi. I read Devolo were the best brand.


How are you getting £33.98?

TP link Powerline Wifi booster AV600 Powerline WiFi Kit £30 instore @ Sainsbury's Coventry
LocalLocalFound 12th AugFound 12th Aug
I think the price is cheaper than Currys and Argos. I got one from Coventry Sainsburys, last one on the shelf. No sticker or label, but scanned at 30 pounds. Model: TL-WPA4220 KIT

That is shame, it looks like it is not nationwide


Sainsbury's in Enfield has them for 45. Stickered and they ring up as that.


Been looking for this at a good price. Will have to check my local ones tomorrow. As I saw these the other day and they were 45 quid


Got two of these, excellent kit.


I've had one of these TP-Link sets for years. Rock solid. Wish I'd paid £30 for it!

TP-Link TL-PA8010PKIT V2 1-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit £46.99 @ Amazon
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Great price for a Twin Pack Power-line Adapters that have Pass Through from TP Link and are rated for 1300mbps. Been waiting for them to drop under £50 as they have been £60+ for s… Read more
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Priced changed to £54.99


Yeah I had the same issue with TP-Link, seems to be a common problem with the chipset they use and the way some houses are wired. I ended up replacing them with some Zyxel ones, which doesn't have the same issue.


This is a good product, but is it really worth £46.99? I remember buying a 600Mbps Home Plug AV2 version for £25 (no pass-through). Are these really worth it then?


Yes, they work perfectly.


Will these work with virgin 200mbs or sky fibre max

TP-Link TL-PA4020PKIT 2-Port Passthrough Powerline Adapter Starter Kit, No Configuration Required, UK Plug @ Amazon - £34.99
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Extra Power Socket - Embedded power socket making power accessible to other devices HD Streaming - Up to 600Mbps powerline speed ensures smooth HD stream transmission Energy Saving… Read more

I've got plenty of TP-LINK Homeplug adaptors and they work really well. These are well worth the price since they have passthrough and two ethernet ports each. The passthrough ones are really good where you don't want to lose a socket. Also these ones have two Ethernet ports, so you can connect two devices at once


Scrap that. Found them easy enough. Isn’t netgear stuff fairly pants though, had a few crap routers and things of theirs in the past.


Imho the netgear powerline up to 1200Mbps are better for £40


Cue those who “had 18 times that bandwidth since 3 years ago, and they only cost me £95 then” in 3....2....1..... Good find, OP. Great product, good price! (highfive)

Anker PowerLine +II Lightning Cable 1.8m £9.09 - Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.  Amazon Prime 30% off
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
As part of Amazon prime day, this cable has been reduced from £12.99 to £9.09 ... 30% off This comes with a lifetime no quibble guarantee ! If it ever breaks in the future, Anker… Read more

Let me answer for your question. Maybe because most if not all of the people(include myself) are waiting for cracking deal on Amazon like triple pack (2m, 1.5m,1m ) for like 3 quid ish. I hope I helped you to find out why??? 😁


Thanks op, don’t know why the cold votes. Decent for anker

TP-Link TL-PA8010KIT Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit UK Plug £39.98 @ Amazon
Found 10th JulFound 10th Jul
Ultra-fast powerline speed - HomePlug AV2 standard compliant, high-speed data transfer rate of up to 1200 Mbps, ideal for ultra HD streaming and online gaming 300 m range… Read more
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Lol ok - it's almost like sky only fitted 10/100 ports to their router... You may well be connected at 144Mbps to the router wirelessly, but you can't use anymore than 100Mbps for anything wired, which these are.


Incorrect, my router has a maximum speed of 144 Mbps. I have just replaced my USB wireless adapter with a new adapter with an aerial , this shows 144 Mbps.


The description is a little misleading, these do not have multiple gigabit ports. That model with multiple (3) gigabit ports seems to be out of stock. There's a newer version with 2 ports but it's considerably more expensive. Still a pretty good deal assuming the dropouts mentioned by others are not common.


The sky router has a max throughput of 100mbs so it's probably not worth having expensive homeplugs!


That's because the speed of your broadband is well within the capability of the Netgears and the wifi from the Sky router. If, say, you were to transfer large files across your network, then you'll likely see a speed advantage with everything connected via ethernet. I get ~ 95MBps when copying files over ethernet to my NAS. Whereas it's less than 1/4 of that speed with ac wifi.

TP-LINK TL-WPA4220KIT AV600 Powerline Wi-Fi Kit instore £10 @ Tesco - Port Talbot
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Thought a bargain, good reviews at higher prices. Tesco Port Talbot.

Scanning as £40 for me,


Scanning £40 😔


Have the 1000 in tesco extra trinity square picked up 2 last week


great price OP, i have these and never had any real issues (y)


Worth keeping an eye open in Tesco as I found the Tp-Link AV1000 (newer case design version) of these in Mansfield for £15 last week. Didn't post as they were the only ones left. Interestingly the AV500 ones were still priced at £40. :/

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