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Tp Link AV600 TL-PA4010KIT Nano Powerline Adapter Starter Kit instore at B&M for £1
LocalLocalFound 14th MarFound 14th Mar
May be a goose chase i remember these being £5 so popped into a bnm in harlesden. One left and scanned it. £1. HomePlug AV standard compliant, providing data transmission ov… Read more
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Ah makes sense I suppose. Could make a few quid buying a handful and selling em on Ebay!


Yup, they're brilliant. It's probably just a tech thing, newer models with a paint job, so the old ones have to go to clear shelf space.


A pound? Why so cheap? I bought the AV600 TP Link adaptors from Amazon (Newer version with sockets) a couple of weeks ago for my Xbox and they are simply amazing. The internet kept dropping out as the router is 2 floors down but since I used the adaptors the internet has vastly improved. Not only is it now stable, I'm getting speeds of 85-90Mbps. I would get between 8-20Mbps wirelessly so if anyone is having second thoughts of investing in powerline adaptors I'd highly recommend them if your internet signal is weak.


If they put them on their website and allowed you to search for them, they wouldn't need to reduce them to such a small amount. I would have bought one for a tenner the other week but I couldn't locate one anywhere nearby and none of the staff knew what they were. They just kept asking for a product number off their website.

Devolo dLAN 500 - Wifi Triple Powerline Network Kit £59.99 ebuyer
Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
Finally Wi-Fi in any room. Compact and unobtrusive design. Includes 1 dLAN 500 duo and 2 x dLAN 500 WiFi Adapters Most pairs of standard adapters come in for around 30 quid. Thre… Read more
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Depends on electric wiring, also avoid using them on any extension leads


True about cost but I don't have downside on a mesh system, one the devolo 200av wireless with 2 other 200meg adapters top speed 50/60 meg, Netgear mesh system 180 to 200 meg over WiFi.


Be aware that while these claim a 500mbps speed they only have a 100mbps rj-45 Connection so in reality you will be limited to that


I've got these. They work really well (for me).


Ooo cheap tech. I want them...I don't need them, but I want them... (lol)

Tp-Link AV600 2 port passthrough powerline starter Kit PA4020 INSTORE Tesco Pengham green - £20
LocalLocalFound 7th MarFound 7th Mar
The TL-PA4020PKIT turns your home's existing electrical circuitry into a high speed network with no need for wires or drilling. No configuration is required, simply plug your adapt… Read more
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Just came from tesco in Borehamhood. They have it in the newer box, same ean no, same product name as well, but £40... So, as mentioned above, it's the one in the discontinued box...



Looks like the old box discontinued


Is this national


£40 in my local after customer service scanned it.

Tenda PH3 Gigabit Powerline Adapter Kit with UK Plugs 1000Mbps - Pack of 2 - £22.99 delivered @ 7dayshop
Refreshed 28th FebRefreshed 28th Feb
With advanced HomePlug AV2 technology, Tenda PH3 provides you with stable, high-speed data transfer rates of up to 1000Mbps on the powerline, and integration Gigabit Ethernet ports… Read more
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Mine work just fine through 2 RCDs.


In the early days we had our three Q boxes liked up via Poweline, they actually have the powerline function built in but they've removed the option from the installer menu in recent updates if I remember correctly. We had no issues with running them on powerlines but this was well over two years ago. Thankfully they've improved things to the point our mesh works and has worked perfectly since mid 2017. They don't, they work over multiple rings.


I sent them back in a rage and got a refund (lol) I didn’t even think of unplugging etc. Especially when they say they should work together fine. Might look into ordering them down the line, as I currently haven’t got an option to hardwire direct to the router so currently on WiFi which isn’t the greatest for gaming but it’s held up OK so far, I’m only metres away though


Thanks ! I think I will have to stick with these slower ones, its a shame that I have missed these but 86 mb/s should be enough for 4k streams.


It's the switches in the av600. They aren't as fast as this one, you get double the speed with this. Also cat5 cables that you get with them are sh*t. You need to buy cat6 or 7

TP-Link TL-PA4020PKIT AV600 Passthrough Powerline Kit Sainsbury's £33.75
LocalLocalFound 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Found in the Northumberland Park branch in London. Hopefully in a few stores. Marked up to clear. I have the wireless version of this exact model and it works flawlessly for me. Read more

does anyone know if you plug your routers plug directly into the passthrough socket would it affect your internet speed? im trying to avoid using a extension and i have a single mains socket my virgin router is plugged into so i want to plug the passthrough adaptor into that single socket and then put the virgin superhub router into the available socket on the passthrough adaptor?


Yeah, it's a kit of 2. One to the router and one at the end you want the ethernet port to be at. I've got mine downstairs with the router and it takes the ethernet port to the upper floors where the WiFi doesn't reach relatively well.


How many do you get? 2?


That is a very good deal.


Saw it in Northumberland Park in North London. Never heard of the where's Wally Rubik's cube but I guess not finding it is part of the allure!

TP Link AV600 Powerline Kit - £5 Instore @ B&M (Cardiff)
LocalLocalFound 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Didn’t buy one myself but imagine someone will buy them all to make a profit by selling on eBay. Currently £24.99 in Argos for example. Was about 30 left on the shelf in B&M… Read more

Result, found one behind a shelf full of wifi extenders. suspected this morning my develo may be causing more problems than normal, looked for replacement deals thought I had missed this one but was passing a B&M so popped in. £5 cheap enough as a bit of test kit. edit: seems to have worked had no problems with the develo since I got these


That explains it, thanks!


No there's another store on the ring road, the other side of town.


Really, the retail park not far off the station? I'm new to the store, recently only moved from London here so I'm a newbie :D


I found 11 for a fiver each in the Norwich branch

Anker PowerLine II USB-C to USB-C 2.0 Cable (6ft/1.8m) £5.59 (Prime) / £6.58 (non Prime) Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Description PowerLine II USB-C The Cable That's Yours For Life From ANKER, America's Leading USB Charging Brand Faster and safer charging with our advanced technology 20 milli… Read more
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Can anyone please advise if this usb c to usb c cable is suitable for charging the Nintendo switch ? Has it got the 56k ohm resistor in it? Thanks in advance


USB 2.0 data transfer if anyone would use this for data transfer speed. Or you can spend almost 3 times more to get USB 3.1 c to c cable from Anker. Anker PowerLine II USB-C to USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 Cable (3ft/0.9m) with Power Delivery for Galaxy S8, S8+, Google Pixel, Nexus 6P, Huawei Matebook, MacBook, iPad Pro 2018 and More https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B072JYDQ7N/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_kJ1tCbZPTW1WT


These are USB-C to USB-C which is superior, normal cables bundled with phones are USB to USB-C


Well it would depend on the power output of the powerbank? But in theory, yes it would. Also great for Samsung phones, iPads that eventually get USB-C connections, Nintendo Switch etc etc.


It's longer

devolo dLAN 500 duo Powerline Starter Kit - £25 @ Amazon
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Cheeky little number. Comes with prime too.
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Not really the distance from my shed to recorder is 50m. I’ve a length of armoured cable running under the path, hence the PowerPoint connection idea.


I'm pretty sure that these do work out of the box. Using the software is optional and is used for more advanced configuration options.


That should be fine assuming your cameras have Ethernet connectivity (I’m sure they do!) and then PoE injector. No way you can run some CAT5/6 though?


Thanks, so if I bought one of these, wired it into an injector then to a camera, would that work?


I have had tplink av2000 for last three years. This is only av500.

TP-Link TL-PA8010KIT Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, Data Transfer Speed Up to 1200 Mbps @ Amazon
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Cheapest recorded price according to price tracker. Full title: TP-Link TL-PA8010KIT Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, Data Transfer Speed Up to 1200 Mbps, Ideal for HD Video Streamin… Read more

Does it have wifi


Just attach a cheap Ethernet switch to it.


I think this one has two ports looking at the pics and the video


My 4k Apple TV , Xbox and Nvidia shield are connected through tplink av2000 connections . I am not sure of model numbers but they are all tplink av2000.


What speed are you getting? Is it the pla9020 you use? Do you stream 4k rips or just low bitrate Internet streams?

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TENDA PH6 1000 Mbps Ultra Fast Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Adapter Kit for £19.98 @ Amazon Prime / £3.49 non Prime
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Lowest ever price and available to order (y) Delivery is free for Prime members. For non-prime members I suggest either ordering more or you can add this 13p add-on item to… Read more
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If they do u just send them back.


I bought these and they don't work, swapped them for TP Link and they worked fine, same cables, same sockets, same router etc. All the lights were green and paired correctly on the Tenda ones but no connection whatsoever. Would be interesting to hear if anyone else has similar problems with these. Maybe I just got a bad set. Mine were £20 from ebuyer.


I have the PH3 kit and for £12 delivered they exceeded my expectations - no issues with them at all. The PH5 Gigabit WiFi kit can be had (with the current POWPOW15 voucher) for £24.05 from CCL. I would be very cautious buying these from Amazon direct or a FBA seller - you could receive a two-pin euro version, its been mentioned on a couple of reviews for other Tenda products.


Try ebuyer they have the same price on these


I've had a pair of devolo adapters which have literally been used continuously since 2013, with a six month gap last year. They were £20. For better or worse, price tells you little to nothing about reliability or utility.

Anker USB C Cable, PowerLine USB-C to USB-C 2.0 Cable (6 foot) for USB Type-C £8.24 Prime / £12.73 Non Prime - Sold by AnkerDirect / FBA
Found 26th Dec 2018Found 26th Dec 2018
Deal of the day - so won't be this price for long - seems cheap for a 6ft (six foot) version! The Anker Advantage: Join the 20 million+ powered by our leading technology. … Read more
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Have several of these around the place - highly recommended. They're so tough you could skip with them, not that I do.


£2 in poundland - yes, you probably get what you pay for, but it fits, it works, and if it breaks I can buy three replacements and still be 24p better off - just saying


Way too expensive for a USB 2.0 spec cable.


It's an apple, knowing them you'll need a £50 apple cable!


Doesn’t seem to work with the new iPad Pro from the reviews on Amazon. Can anyone recommend a cable around this length that does?

Tenda PH5 WiFi Powerline Kit 1000mbps @ CCL £26.35 Delivered
Found 17th Dec 2018Found 17th Dec 2018
PH5 Double 1000Mbps provides faster network for your entertainment,With the new generation Broadcom Powerline chipset and Homeplug AV2 technology, the transmission speed of PH5 can… Read more

Slightly gone up in price now to £27.98 delivered but still good value. I am delighted with mine.


Thanks as I have been looking for a cheap but fast powerline kit for my home CCTV system, hopefully this will be good enough for me to check footage without having to plug in a monitor etc


Good find, thank you! Should stop my parents complaining about their wifi coverage :)


How is the ping on this for gaming?


Got one from previous deal, good kit. Got 120Mbps out of my 200Mbps broadband. 3x faster than my old powerline kit. Happy days.

Anker PowerLine 10ft Lightning Heavy-Duty Cable £8.80 (Prime) / £9.79 (non Prime)  with voucher Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 17th Dec 2018Found 17th Dec 2018
Anker cables have always been spot on for me! Top quality customer service if anything goes wrong with it too. Can also redeem the offer under the Promotions item on the listing. … Read more

It’s £11 now


But not if you use your neighbour's electricity (pronounced "electric-city")


Cheers always on the look out for new rated USB C cables at a cheap price!


Good cable from a good company. But too expensive... I have a couple's of different cables very good quality and really cheap


Anything Anker gets heat from me

Tenda AV1000 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Adapter Kit - £23.93 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 11th Dec 2018Found 11th Dec 2018
Tenda AV1000 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Adapter Kit - £23.93 Delivered @ Ebuyer
£19.95£29.9833%Ebuyer Deals
They're back on sale and use the Homeplug av2 standard so will work with your other kit (defaulting to the slowest one you have of course). Product Description: Tenda AV1000 Gig… Read more

Back in stock.




Great bit of kit!


Got Cat6 cabling fitted throughout the house when I refurbed it, but prior to that was using Powerline. They worked brilliantly for me at the time - heat added.


Tried to order two but received an email from Ebuyer about a stock problem. Sad times! It's now marked as Out of Stock.

Tenda PH5 WiFi Powerline Kit 1000mbps @ CCL £26.35 Delivered
Refreshed 9th Dec 2018Refreshed 9th Dec 2018
Tenda PH5 WiFi Powerline Kit 1000mbps @ CCL £26.35 Delivered
£23.36£40.5042%CCLOnline Deals
2 Powerline Units 2 Network Ports per extender Wireless: Yes AC Passthrough: No PH5 Double 1000Mbps provides faster network for your entertainment,With the new generation Broadcom… Read more

Everything you say is correct, they very much depend on quality of internal cable etc. Generally recommend disconnecting them especially in the case of fibre to premises customers whether it be virgin or bt. Mesh all the way. Obviously costs more tho.


This is quite common. It can be the network card but could just need a driver update?


Just tried mine yesterday. First thing I noticed was there was only one ethernet cable in the box. Power line kits should have two. As these are power line and WiFi I see no reason why there should only be one cable included. Luckily my daughter had a spare and the purpose of buying these was as power line solution primary and a WiFi access point secondary. Took less than a minute to connect to her router and she can now access the internet in a room that had poor WiFi. All good so far apart from the cable omission.


Anyone got any comments about interoperability with other powerlines. These are my first AV1000's where as the rest of my other powerlines are AV600. So in theory they should work fine, as they are downwardly compatible, although drop from AV1000 to AV600 to match my existing adaptors. In practice though things are not so great. When these two new ones are the only adaptors on the network everything is fine - I get good throughput and green lights on each adaptor. As soon as the AV600's appear on the network - the Tenda's work, kinda, after a fashion, but are slow (at least 25% slower than the AV600's), dropout occasionally, and I have a red light on the adaptor for the Powerline circuit. In essence, they don't like to drop down to AV600. I am dipping my toe in purchasing just one pair of these, rather than replace the old units for these, but now not so sure its worth the outlay.


Tested and it works fine. Faster than my TP Link 500mbps adapters (as you would hope). Time will tell for reliability! Not sure how to tell if it is cloning the WiFi properly. I still see my 2.4 and 5.0 networks as normal

Tenda AV1000 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Adapter Kit £23.98 delivered @ eBuyer
Found 1st Dec 2018Found 1st Dec 2018
Tenda AV1000 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Adapter Kit £23.98 delivered @ eBuyer
£23.98£39.9640%Ebuyer Deals
On offer for £20 at eBuyer. Comes with 3 years warranty PH6 is a powerline adapter designed for 3D/HD video streaming and home entertainment sharing. With the latest Homeplug A… Read more
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Using this today to 2 laptops to watch 2 football games concurrently. Used recently acquired D-Link GO-SW-5G 5 Port Gigabit Easy Desktop Switch UK Model £8.99 @ Amazon to connect the 2 laptops from single output on this. Tenda Works very, very well. So does the switch. Both items were terrific prices thanks 2 hukd.


Probably your dodgy mains power surging and ruining your devices


I bought a pair of tenda adapters recently, although mine aren't pass through. Found them to be very reliable with good speed, better than WiFi unless I'm in the same room as the router.


Tp link are rubbish. All the power lines I have had eventually fail


Plug one into a socket near your router and connect to it via ethernet,then use the other plug anywhere in your home you need it

Anker USB C Cable, PowerLine USB-C to USB-C 2.0 Cable (3ft) for USB Type-C £5.34 Prime / £9.83 Non Prime Sold by AnkerDirect / FBA
Found 30th Nov 2018Found 30th Nov 2018
Anker USB C Cable, PowerLine USB-C to USB-C 2.0 Cable (3ft) for USB Type-C £5.34 Prime / £9.83 Non Prime Sold by AnkerDirect / FBA
Fully Compatible Devices - Galaxy S8/S8+ - Google Pixel - Nexus 6P - Huawei Matebook - MacBook (2016)/MacBook Pro 13.3’’ Compatible Devices (limited charging speeds) - Nexu… Read more

Been after a shorter cable for a while. Still looking for a 6" one as well, but ordered this. Cheers OP.


USC C to USB C cables aren't easy to find and when found aren't cheap. Good price for a quality cable. The limited charging speeds concerns me, maybe the power lines aren't able to carry the higher voltages and currents for the PD spec.o

Tenda PH5 AV1000 Wi-Fi Powerline Kit Gigabit, Wi-Fi Powerline Extender (Pack of 2) - £19.95 Prime @ Amazon  - Dispatched & sold by Buyur.
Found 29th Nov 2018Found 29th Nov 2018
Tenda PH5 AV1000 Wi-Fi Powerline Kit Gigabit, Wi-Fi Powerline Extender (Pack of 2) - £19.95 Prime @ Amazon - Dispatched & sold by Buyur.
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Good powerline kit. Super value and comes with 3 years warranty For non-prime members here's a 6p addon to get free delivery Vodafone Pay as you go TRI SIM Card - £0.06 ‌ … Read more
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Anyone know how to connect to the tends app? It says certain types of model but they are completely different model numbers


Not as good a deal, but down to £23.36 at CCL Online... I might bite!


Thanks FlyGuy - just looked up what a Netgear Orbi is and it looks great but a bit (lot!) more expensive than we're looking to spend. We'd be keen to hear about your experiences with it though! I'm also really keen to find out more about these Tenda powerline WiFi extenders from anyone who's bought and set them up already please. We're after two sets to produce a "net" of WiFi coverage (and Ethernet points for hardwired bits and bobs too). Do the WiFi units produce a mesh-like network, but with better inter-connectivity (as each of these access points is powerline connected rather than just repeating the WiFi signal?) If using the "clone" button, can you roam between WiFi hotspots without losing connection (ie. is it the same SSID throughout or do you have to keep logging in to the nearest/strongest one as you move?) Many thanks for any feedback!


I have a few but won't know for a few weeks if I will use them until I've fully tested my Netgear Orbi purchase.


Thanks. I tried that - and no joy... Then I saw the sticker on the top of the unit with the network name and the password on it. (embarrassed)

Tenda PH3 1000mbps powerline kit £12.95 Prime / £17.44 Non Prime @ Amazon - Dispatched from and sold by Buyur.
Found 29th Nov 2018Found 29th Nov 2018
Tenda PH3 1000mbps powerline kit £12.95 Prime / £17.44 Non Prime @ Amazon - Dispatched from and sold by Buyur.
Cheapest it's ever been. Seems a very good price for a powerline kit. With advanced HomePlug AV2 technology, PH3 provides stable, high-speed data transfer rates of up to 1000Mbps… Read more

Great find at the price, thanks OP. People on eBay buying pairs of powerline adapters second hand for £25...


Bought it when it was £19.99. Went to Live Chat to ask to refund the difference but CA said different seller so couldn't but they could cancell the order and I can reorder at the cheaper price. (y) Actually wanted the Wi-Fi version at the same price but seemed to have expired ;( I need to learn to be patient as there always seem to be a better deal coming along


Ships to UK now :)


Just nabbed a pair, not a bad deal. Last bought powerline adapters (200Mbps) 5 years ago for 12.99, so this comes in slightly cheaper but for 5x the speed.


And it's back again, bargain

TENDA PH3 1000 Mbps Gigabit Powerline Adapter Kit for £19.99 (Prime) / £24.48 (Non-Prime) delivered @ Amazon
Found 26th Nov 2018Found 26th Nov 2018
TENDA PH3 1000 Mbps Gigabit Powerline Adapter Kit for £19.99 (Prime) / £24.48 (Non-Prime) delivered @ Amazon
Lowest ever price for these speedy gigabit powerline adapters. For Prime members it's free delivery. For non-prime members you can use my 1p addon hack to get free standard deliv… Read more
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That's fine if you want it sitting 4 inches from your wall. Hard Pass from me as it would mean moving furniture out from the wall that this would sit behind. Argued with Amazon and they've gifted me the difference to buy a replacement.


Works fine with these https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B078NG6THX Couldn't be bothered sending back and the other ones at this price/cheaper had all gone up in price


Yep - found out to my dismay when these arrived yesterday with EU plugs


Not UK plug version - needs an adapter. And now back up to £26.49.


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