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Miele C3 Cat and Dog turbo Powerline with free 5 year warranty, 2 years dustbags and filters (code/redemtion) £199 @ Miele
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Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Miele have knocked £100 off their C3 Cat and Dog turbo Powerline vacuum, (typical store price is around £240-250), but are also running a promotion where if you buy a C3 vacuum you… Read more
harrerdarren

This wouldn't give Dyson a penny lots of friends had troubles with parts breaking on Dyson models and a real pain trying to get replacement parts :/

harrerdarren

Yeah I've got one too had a Miele before it too that lasted ten years of heavy use thoroughly recommend them I know you have to put bags in them but they're readily available on e bay / Amazon or Wilko , the variable suction is a really good feature too (y) (y)

black.knight

Interesting indeed. From a design perspective, not much evolution there, the motors/internals will have of course. Thanks a lot.

Vardre

Can someone tell me what this vacuum is like cleaning dog hairs from stair carpets, that's my biggest bugbear with our current cleaner. Thank you.

roda13

how many watts? jez 890w, im out!

Miele C1 Compact Powerline 1200W 3.5L £99.99 w/ code + 2 Year Manufacturer warranty (plus more home items in OP) @ Hughes eBay
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22/06/2018Expires on 22/06/2018Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Miele Compact C1 for sub £100 with code PARTY20 Comes with a 2 year manufacturer warranty Which? general reviews of Miele vacuums are 70%+ best buys Mieles Compact C1 PowerL… Read more
Mechtup

We have one of these hoovers at work (not the same one, mind. We have the C3) and I prefer Henry’s over them. These are less reliable (not sure how old our one is but the cable you have to pull because it doesn’t do it automatically. Never had that with any Henry Hoover and I’ve used a lot of them since I’m a cleaner). Also a shorter cable (which probably won’t be a problem for most people though). The only advantages that I can think of are the multiple options and the smaller size.

edgeone

Fantastic vacuum. Dyson quality and performance is so poor in comparison to Miele.

winko89

Is this C1 compact vacuum only recommended if you live in a small property?

lostboybinns

I assume it comes with a bag to get started with?

SuffolkLad222

This is exactly my view. Had a few Dyson's in a row. What I saved on bags I had to spend many times more on new filters, servicing and the effort of emptying very frequently which also often meant needing to take the thing apart to unblock areas. No such problems with my Miele.

TP Link TL-PA7010 KIT - av1000 powerline / homeplug adapters in Tescos Newtownards £15
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LocalLocalFound 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Will probably get shot down as a yellow sticker in-store only deal but hopefully will help someone else out. Internet throughout the home via your electrical wiring. Cheapest I've… Read more
simonbolton9758

Just picked these up from tesco in Bangor, North Wales for 15 quid. First time I've won the wild goose chase!

Apocc

I’m after a set of these but they aren’t in my local Tesco. Currently use the AV600 which are great butthey don’t give me anywhere near max speed from my Virgin Fibre connection

Spudboy

Ha ha thanks man. There were approximately 4 left on the shelf too but I only took one - didn't want to seem greedy. I haven't had a chance to check if there are any in Bangor's stores but will look tomorrow hopefully.

GMac11

Heat added purely for the fact it's an in-store deal in Northern Ireland! (excited)

Spudboy

I can't seem to edit on my phone but I forgot to add to the description that the product code is TL-PA7010 KIT. Could a mod amend please?

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TP-Link TL-PA7010KIT 1-Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit £25 instore @ Sainsbury's
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31/07/2018Expires on 31/07/2018LocalLocalFound 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Seen in Exeter, Alphington store for 25 pounds
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planthead

Picked up last one in the Purley way, thanks op

Spudboy

These are only £15 in Tescos Newtownards Co. Down for anyone local to the area.

patel2310

Lol

hatchleader

FYI Milton Keynes is still showing £40 on the shelf but scanning at £25.

Krizzo3

Good to use together with the ubiquiti from the other thread for people moaning about the cable runs

TP link AV2000 gigabit wifi powerline adaptors £114.95 Dispatched from and sold by Buyur - Amazon
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Found 3rd JunFound 3rd Jun
The TL-WPA9610 KIT Powerline ac Wi-Fi Kit equips latest HomePlug AV2 technology, which delivers speeds of up to 2000Mbps over Powerline, preventing lost speed during transfers. The… Read more
nexticon21

aren't these a little over powered unless your house is wired to perfection?

tjl_13

Given this model was only released last year, no you didn't.

sam_of_london

I bought it cheaper two years ago. Cold .

themiso

true, i think it was 89 pounds on amazon at the time..

kmart76

Depends on your needs. If you are looking to connect a device that's struggling to pickup wifi these are a great option that also give a wifi boost. If you are just looking for overall wifi improvement for multiple devices then mesh would probably be better

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TRENDnet TPL-410APK - Wireless Range Extender Powerline Kit £29.99 @ Ebuyer
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Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Thought this was a decent deal from Ebuyer with good reviews. Wireless powerline 500mbps with 2 Ethernet ports on the wireless unit. TRENDnet’s Powerline 500 Wireless Kit, mode… Read more
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nougat

It seems like you have been posting that comment for three years. How time drags when I read it again and again and again. Shame you can only report spam comments once. all 26 of them

sam_of_london

I already have av2000 for last two years. This is only av500

TP-Link TL-WPA4220T KIT V1.20 AV600 Powerline adapter kit  3 pack £51.99 Ebuyer (possible quidco)
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Found 10th MayFound 10th May
Already using this kit and looking to expand the range.
sabp

Have used these for over 4 years in different rooms without any issues. Occasionally drop connection but easily corrected by restarting them.

nihcaj

Had several sets over the years, started on 85mbs, now got 4x 1000mbs units and I wouldn't be without them! Vastly superior to wifi.

sam1970

I have got 5 of theses in my house and have been using them for the last two years...work perfectly

sam_of_london

I have had av2000 speed for 2 year s now.

Slash

I have powerline and it takes a longg time to setup.

BT Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot Broadband 600 Kit Powerline Adapter Pack of 2 - White at Ebay/PhoneOutlet for £21.99 - Refurbished
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Found 6th MayFound 6th May
Found these almost half price for refurbished ones and they come with a years warranty. Here is the description from the website: Using your Wi-Fi Home Hotspots - By BT Works wit… Read more
wager2

Bought these. Great item. Plug and play. No set up. Worked a treat

Jamesd_

Hmm - quite disappointed in the performance. I knew not to reasonably expect 100+Mb/s (Using the ethernet port). I have no idea what your '600 Mbps' is supposed to represent when the box claims 100Mb/s. In my flat for two sockets next to each other I could only get aroud ~36Mb/s, slower in real world terms than my Wi-fi. These were supposed to replace running ethernet across my floor, but this just won't do. Yes you can run off the list of environmental issues that can affect speeds but I still feel duped.

99dealz

Done, doesn't matter anyway I don't think as it's cold.

copperspock

I think people would be interested in both :). There's enough space to mention it in the title.

99dealz

One years warranty, good as new when I had them, still had the cellophane on it. Thought HUKD would be more interested in the price than if it's new or just reboxed. But yes it is refurbished.

BT Broadband Extender 600 Powerline Adapter Kit - Twin Pack £22.99 @ Currys/PC World
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Found 4th MayFound 4th May
Stumbled across this one whilst looking for a powerline adaptors. Seems to be the cheapest one and decent band available. Looked on all the other sites and this seems to be the che… Read more
Stephen.Hughes

Very well hidden, but these only have 10/100Mbps ports which limits the throughput - they can communicate between each other at 600Mbps but only to the computer or modem at a maximum of 100Mbps. Benefit to Wifi is it's a more closed connection, Wifi speed can be limited if you have lots of devices or are in an area with lots of wifi networks. Powerline can be affected though if you have neighbours who use them though. I got a TP-Link TL-PA4016PKIT for the same price a few weeks back, has now gone up to £27 though. Hoped it would fix my broadband problem, keeps dropping out at random. BT were adamant it is our Wifi setup even though it's affecting wired devices as well. Hoped that by cutting wifi completely we could at least prove to them it wasn't our kit. Problem still happens over the powerline but BT still won't look in to it...

Musicrab

For Android see "wifi analyser". A must for checking wifi coverage... https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.farproc.wifi.analyzer&hl=en_GB

abigsmurf

If you've an android phone or a rooted iphone you can get apps that let you measure the strength of your wifi signal and find dead spots. You may find that simply re-positioning your route or angling the ariels (the beam comes out the side of the ariels so pointing the beam at the dead spot could improve it. Wifi works best with line of sight, any brickwork (plasterboard, wood or dry wall are fine) metal, or glass has a massive impact on signal strength. Anything below 25% strength and you can get dropouts. A warning for people getting powerline for upstairs: if you're using them to extend your wifi upstairs, depending on your wiring setup, the you could have a fairly massive drop in bandwidth. My downstairs powerline adapter gets about 12megabytes a second. When I was using one upstairs, that one got just 1-2mb which often wasn't enough for streaming HD. Your mileage may vary though, my house is a 1950's one so the wiring setup is less than ideal.

khirsah

Reviews of these seem poor when I’ve looked - and need to be used directly in the wall socket rather than in an extension cable so for me worth paying a little more for one with a power socket built in so not losing two sockets to these

AnimeDude92

Any ideas if this will help with getting a more stable connection with my switch? splatoon 2 is literally the only game I cant play without getting disconnected 80% of the time..... :(

NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Kit | £39.99 | @Amazon.co.uk
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Found 4th MayFound 4th May
This is a great price for a 1.2 gbps rated powerline adaptor set with pass through. This allows it to be plugged in without removing access to that socket for other appliances. Po… Read more
X10

Thanks matty. I had the Netgears first, which obviously worked with each other across the whole flat. The TP-Links were added after. They also work with each other across the whole flat. However adding them to the existing Netgear set up did not work. I don't think I tried having the TP-Links set up first then adding the Netgears, will give that a try. Looking through the manual neither the Netgears nor the TP-Links indicate you need to pair them via a button, they should just establish with each other out of the box. I'll report back.

matty2767

Hi X10 i have some XAV2001, WPA281 [old tp link], TL-PA4020P and this model. Have you tried pairing the TP link, as you know they work. Then add each netgear unit in turn using the pair button on the side. just add one at a time. one other thing to check is that you have only one electrical circuit and not an upstairs and downstairs ring [say]. hope that helps

X10

Hey Matty, are you using the Netgear model in this post or different Netgear models, are the TP's and the Netgears compatible? I have these PLP1200's and bought a pair of TP-Link TL-PA7010's and they are not compatible with the Netgear's. Anyone else have any success mixing the PLP1200 with TP links?

Draken21

This is the problem with those...it is a bit of a gamble...decided against upgrading until I get a 2000 ones for a decent price. No point going from 30-40mb/s to 100mb/s thus not using the full potential of the internet connection.

Fatso666

Installed mine and I went from 100mb/s transfer time via direct ethernet to 25mb/s, and my house was built 3 years ago lol

Currys Online - TP-Link TL-PA9020PKIT 2-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit £79.99
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Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
The cheapest I saw ever for high speed AV2000 Up to 2000 Mbps
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Shambles

It was cheapest ever when I posted it too (or so I thought): Good luck with the snowflakes. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/2000-mbpstp-link-tl-pa9020p-powerline-adapter-kit-twin-pack-7999-delivered-currys-pc-world-2896848

eraysor

I wish there was a way to buy 3 of these without buying 4 and selling one.

CyDoNiA

Yes as I grabbed 2.

Fatso666

Wasn't this model £65 on an amazon lightning sale last week or so

Devolo dLAN 500 500Mbps Powerline (Pack of 3) £44.99 @ Amazon
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Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Posted a while ago at £70 but reduced to a new lowest price now on camelcamelcamel. Easy and fast Ethernet access through your powerline with a speeds of up to 500 Mbps combined… Read more
jcrider

Reading his reply, I do too... *facepalm*

all2humanuk

What sort of actual bandwidth do you see on the av2000?

umair166

On topic: this is a pretty weak deal IMO. There have been some AV600 twin adapters package that went around not too long ago for around £25, sometimes lower. A price of £45 here basically means the third adapter for an additional £20? Not worth it IMO. EDIT: Not to mention these are also AV500 which is actually slower than the usual previous deals we've seen posted here.

umair166

Lmao dude are u serious

kristoff

Good spot, young ‘un. Have a like.

TP-Link powerline adapters - £7.50 instore @ Tesco (Plymouth)
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LocalLocalFound 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Found these in Tesco marked at 7.50 in Plymouth. Says new product. Good deal
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DoubleUp

But it isn't a wild goose chase. If he'd had posted saying that it is available in a Tesco somewhere on this "large island" and you went searching all the Tesco's, you'd be participating in a wild goose chase. However, the OP didn't, therefore as per my previous response, this isn't a wild goose chase.

faintaxis

It does. It is valid in a single store in Plymouth. The U.K. isn’t a small island and so it shouldn’t be earning heat when so few people can take advantage.

faintaxis

Because it’s not a national deal. About 5 people in bloody Plymouth can take advantage.

DEEKYBOY

Sainsburys had this on offer at the same price. Didnt post as all out of stock and did not a WGC!!!

ikonanddiva

Voted cold, not because I'm another "petty" member but because it's a store specific deal appearing in my national feed. HOT for the OP but "no cost-effective option to buy at discounted price = cold" and reduce the clutter in my national feed of deals that cannot be purchased.

Best price for devolo dLAN 500 Wi-Fi Powerline Network Kit (triple pack) £69.97 @ Amazon
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Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Been using devolo from last couple of years and this triple pack is the lowest price as per UK camel tracker. Sam price as generally used at ebay or Amazon warehouse
Jony5deals

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

Jony5deals

Well they're out of stock and I believe devolo is considered better quality than dlink

kstead1966

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

H1.HWK

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

TP-LINK AV600 Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit, TL-PA4010P KIT for £21 @ John Lewis (C&C £2 or Free with £30 spend)
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Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Thought some people might find this handy especially good if you have weak WIFI in certain areas of the building. If you visit my place you will find lots of gige powerlines scatt… Read more
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ssaass

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.

cjdean1983

Out of stock :(

itchyone

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.

itchyone

It's never been rewired

phatbhoy

Same here - used to recommend them to everybody - now I find them unreliable and generally poor.

TP-LINK 300Mbps AV600 Powerline Extender Starter Wi-Fi Kit, TL-WPA4220 KIT V1.20 £27.99 C&C £2 @ John lewis
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TP-LINK 300Mbps AV600 Powerline Extender Starter Wi-Fi Kit, TL-WPA4220 KIT V1.20 Ethernet and WiFi extender, great price -£39.99@ Curry’s.
Sambat

Yes, you can use Ethernet.

brokeguy21

Is this good for Xbox one?

deanos

had these before, there is a firmware problem and they keep randomly disconnecting , might have been fixednow

adunphy31

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

fmillington

Thanks, just ordered along with a set of wooden spoons for £2.50. Only 3 left in stock now for anyone still interested.

TP-Link TL-PA9020PKIT 2-Port 2000 MBps Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit £62.99 @ Amazon (Dispatched from and sold by Amazon)
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Great price if you need these, best price since Nov 2016!
Brabus_Duddy

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

Musicrab

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

tabbycat1961

Do your Devolo 1200 support QoS? That was one of the things holding me back in moving from TP-Link to Devolo kit.

Brabus_Duddy

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

HUKDdpa

Seems to be expired @ £91.34

Zyxel PLA5256 2 Port Gigabit Powerline Kit with Pass Through, 1000Mb/s HomePlug AV2 (Pack of 2) £44.34 delivered @ CPC Farnell
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Includes 2 x Powerline Adapter and 2 x Ethernet cable This the top offer in their latest email. 315 in stock at time of posting Product Overview Delivers a high-performance powerl… Read more
Steve353

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.

kgirisankar

I have Tplink powerline adapter as well. Does it work together?

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