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BT Mini Wi-Fi 600 Home Hotspot Powerline Adapter Kit (Pack of Three) £39.99 Delivered (Re-Certified Refurbished) Delivered @ Telephones Online via eBay/Amazon
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Works with any Broadband providerBT's Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot 600 Multi Kit has been designed to work with any service provider to make sure everyone can make the most of their Bro… Read more
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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.
Dan__1 h, 57 m ago

I bought their wifi boosters a while back and its utterly useless! I would …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.


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.
darkstryder3603 h, 19 m ago

Ironic that they're BT, yet their broadband and WiFi is probably THE worst …Ironic that they're BT, yet their broadband and WiFi is probably THE worst on the market anyway.


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.
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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.
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Batman529011 h, 11 m ago

I believe the regular power lines do not have braided cables, whereas the …I believe the regular power lines do not have braided cables, whereas the power line+ does.


These are quality tested cables, not cheap chinese knockoffs
buddn072 h, 11 m ago

3ft. Meh.How does a "powerline+" cable differ exactly?


I believe the regular power lines do not have braided cables, whereas the power line+ does.
The 6ft in grey is £6.79
NETGEAR 11AC 1200 Mbps Dual Band Gigabit 802.11ac (300 Mbps + 900 Mbps) Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas and Extra Power Outlet (Wi-Fi Booster) (EX6130-100UKS)
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Now even cheaper if you order over £50 and factor in the £10 off £50+ offer currently on Amazon!
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dealmeup1 h, 29 m ago

Range extender = signal reducerKnock 50% off your broadband speed if …Range extender = signal reducerKnock 50% off your broadband speed if you’re using this via WiFi.


Doesn't reduce signal and has nothing to do with your broadband speed

Works pretty well compared to others I've tried. If you're using it to extend WiFi into hard to reach areas, as most probably are, there is no particularly noticeable benefit in having a gigabit port as speed will be limited anyway
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brookheather13 m ago

Amazon page has contradictory information on the Ethernet port - is it …Amazon page has contradictory information on the Ethernet port - is it Gigabit or 100Mbps? The page says both:Gigabit Ethernet port – connect a wired device like Blu-ray player, game console or smart TV to your Wi-Fi network1-port Fast Ethernet (this is 100Mbps)


Netgear state it's just 10/100.
For my needs, it's superfluous to requirements. The extender would be sited on my landing or in the hallway. That said, if I needed it, i'd probably be looking for something that would give gigabit speed.
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buddn0714 m ago

Better off with something like this...TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT 2-Port Power …Better off with something like this...TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT 2-Port Power Line Starter Kit, Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot, Data Transfer Speed Up to 600 Mbps, No Configuration Required, UK Plug https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LXOZ4EN/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_9MjAAbY7N680NI get full speed WiFi in my garage, and it has 2 ethernet out.


I did see that one, and was tempted - but it's a tenner more. I haven't bought anything yet - still in two minds which route to go, but this is still a great price and am sure it would give me a near perfect setup.
dealmeup36 m ago

Range extender = signal reducerKnock 50% off your broadband speed if …Range extender = signal reducerKnock 50% off your broadband speed if you’re using this via WiFi.



The two radios can extend both bands simultaneously or be configured in what NETGEAR calls "FastLane", which uses one radio as a "backhaul" to the router or AP being extended while the other is used to connect clients. This avoids the 50% retransmission throughput penalty imposed by the basic wireless extension process.
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TP-Link TL-PA7010KIT Gigabit Powerline £25 instore / online at Sainsburys
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Reduced from £40 to £30 to £25. I believe they will be end of line making way for the newer model Spotted these bad boys after paying 39.99 at Argos. I have seen them in store at 2… Read more
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umair1669 h, 1 m ago

Isn't this the same …Isn't this the same as:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tp-link-av-1000-power-line-adapter-25-instore-sainsburys-2871738???I just picked this up, and it looks identical to the picture in the thread above.- Umair


Yes it is, I did search for this item before posting and could not find it.
Isn't this the same as:

hotukdeals.com/dea…738

???

I just picked this up, and it looks identical to the picture in the thread above.

- Umair
Picked one of these up in Sale, Sainsbury's last night. There was at least one more left. Works much better than I'd hoped!
Confirmed theres a bunch of these in Manchester near Wilmslow Road.
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taras10th Jan

this has been posted at least twice before, that said its a great price, I …this has been posted at least twice before, that said its a great price, I need two gigabit passthrus though


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devolo dLAN 500 duo Powerline Starter Kit Twin Pack £24.99 @ Amazon
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Each device lets you connect two devices to your router via the power lines and an ethernet cable in your house. Perfect for any rooms with dodgy WiFi. Note: This is a wired, not… Read more
Chugalug11 h, 49 m ago

Features:Your home network from the power outlet. Unpack. Plug it in. Get …Features:Your home network from the power outlet. Unpack. Plug it in. Get started. The easy way to connect using your home's power lines.High-speed data transmission at powerline speeds up to 500 Mbps with two fast ethernet connections for connecting additional devicesIsn't gigabit 1000Mbps? 500 should be enough for many years yet, i think I only get ~74 max anywayEdit: found this comment in the questions section, looks like shigllgetcha is correct:A: The 100mb (megabits) link speed is the ethernet speed (between PC and adapter using the RJ45 cable). The 500mb (megabits) is the interconnect speed between 2 or more adapters (over power lines). This means that you should be able to get 5 powerlines and *theoretically* get 100mb out of all 5 of them at the same time. While it is possible that in your configuration you get slower than expected speeds, I have tested these and get pretty much as much as you can get on 100mb (taking into account overheads etc).What you need to do is test your internet speed without them, make sure you are getting the 100mb from your ISP then introduce the adapter. Make sure when you do that you plug it in where there is not likely to be any other interference to get the best results and retest.These devices are capable of doing what you are asking of them but it does depend on the noise on your powerlines.Personally, if I had 100mb internet speed I would have opted for the 1000mb adapters. see less



Thanks for the detailed answer. I'm not likely to get anywhere near even 30mb broadband in the near future so I imagine any old powerline will do.
Chugalug14 m ago

Features:Your home network from the power outlet. Unpack. Plug it in. Get …Features:Your home network from the power outlet. Unpack. Plug it in. Get started. The easy way to connect using your home's power lines.High-speed data transmission at powerline speeds up to 500 Mbps with two fast ethernet connections for connecting additional devicesIsn't gigabit 1000Mbps? 500 should be enough for many years yet, i think I only get ~74 max anyway


Yes gigabit is 1000Mbps but these arent gigabit, theyre 10/100 so 100Mbps

Heres what the maplin page says "Up to 500Mbps transfer between the two powerline plugs*"

Edit: Just saw ur edit after i added this

I guess they can probably supply 500mbps to five connections at a time

Their own website
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"Ethernet 10/100 (mbps)"

Theyre still probably great for most people, you just need to be aware
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Techn16 m ago

The description stays 500mb, is that some misleading marketing then? The …The description stays 500mb, is that some misleading marketing then? The TP link alternative says 600mb.


Features:

  • Your home network from the power outlet. Unpack. Plug it in. Get started. The easy way to connect using your home's power lines.
  • High-speed data transmission at powerline speeds up to 500 Mbps with two fast ethernet connections for connecting additional devices

Isn't gigabit 1000Mbps? 500 should be enough for many years yet, i think I only get ~74 max anyway


Edit: found this comment in the questions section, looks like shigllgetcha is correct:

A: The 100mb (megabits) link speed is the ethernet speed (between PC and adapter using the RJ45 cable). The 500mb (megabits) is the interconnect speed between 2 or more adapters (over power lines). This means that you should be able to get 5 powerlines and *theoretically* get 100mb out of all 5 of them at the same time. While it is possible that in your configuration you get slower than expected speeds, I have tested these and get pretty much as much as you can get on 100mb (taking into account overheads etc).
What you need to do is test your internet speed without them, make sure you are getting the 100mb from your ISP then introduce the adapter. Make sure when you do that you plug it in where there is not likely to be any other interference to get the best results and retest.
These devices are capable of doing what you are asking of them but it does depend on the noise on your powerlines.
Personally, if I had 100mb internet speed I would have opted for the 1000mb adapters. see less
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Techn8 m ago

The description stays 500mb, is that some misleading marketing then? The …The description stays 500mb, is that some misleading marketing then? The TP link alternative says 600mb.


Kind of. I think the connection between the plugs can go upto 500Mbps but the output can only do 100Mbps. Its "quick ethernet" which means 10/100
Shigllgetcha8 h, 24 m ago

They dont have gigabit Ethernet so will be limited to 100Mbps, just keep …They dont have gigabit Ethernet so will be limited to 100Mbps, just keep it in mind if you are buying



The description stays 500mb, is that some misleading marketing then? The TP link alternative says 600mb.
NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack £44.99 @ Amazon
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ValueTown4 h, 9 m ago

Can you mix a TP and a Netgear?


Yes, if they use the same protocol and encryption.

I mix TP-Link, D-Link and Netgear without a problem.
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It's been cheaper in the past
£39.99 If maplin have stock
gogboy8 m ago

What are the benefits if for example you have Bt infinity 80/20 and use …What are the benefits if for example you have Bt infinity 80/20 and use these as opposed to 600 models. Would you see a difference in download speed


Yes. I moved from AV600 to AV1200 and download speeds went from about 50 to a 100 which is what the broadband is rated at.
It will also depend on the quality of your house wiring.
wakkaday32 m ago

Ah I get it cleverThis or the tp link which is £35


I've gone for the tp link, still a decent company and good reviews, and a tenner cheaper.
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TP-link 1 port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline starter kit at Amazon for £34.99
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Deal of the day. Never been cheaper according to the Camels. This is pass through that's normally more expensive.
prash_2k26th Dec

Loooooser!! The av2000 is exactly the same but it has 2 ports and …Loooooser!! The av2000 is exactly the same but it has 2 ports and 2000mbps:- they share the 2 gigabit. So ur getting less than 1000mbps per port. - it’s 3X the price so you could just buy 3 of the av1000 have 3 full gigabit port plus if something breaks u can just replace a Power line and have 2 spare- On top of all of that,not all devices are compatible with the 2 ports so some devices might not even work. So basically you’ve paid Triple for something that’s worse in everyway. Good one buddy! I’m sure we call want to know about ur tech godliness


Who buys at full price on this website, only idiots like you. I bought them in sale as well . How many times they have been on sale on Amazon at £ 66.You are a big looser , not me.
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Deal already expired £49.99 now.
whieldon3421 m ago

Can I buy 1 more of these also and have 3 on the go?


Yes, I bought two pairs of these when they were last down in price. So have four on the go.
Can I buy 1 more of these also and have 3 on the go?
ThePrince2 h, 17 m ago

Thanks for the advice. How future proof is this plug and gigabit switch? …Thanks for the advice. How future proof is this plug and gigabit switch? Don't need 'em at the moment but I can see myself purchasing a set in a couple of years. Don't want to break the bank. Worthy investment for the future or just wait?


I'd wait as there's always some deal around the corner on Powerline plugs. Plus, for any given price point, they have been getting steadily faster over the years. I've been using my Gigabit switches for years so they have proven futureproof so far.
Miele Complete C3 Limited Edition Powerline Vacuum Cleaner  £109.00  Amazon
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Great price for this vacuum cleaner
What's the difference between the c1 c2 &c3 complete models? On paper seems to be very little in it.
I have used my Miele to clean cob webs and dust from insulation in my loft hasn't let me down yet...like folk have said here just keep your filters clean and you won't go wrong.
I am getting lazy, though I guess I did confirm the point.
LadyEleanor41 m ago

Not quite true. Manufacturers are using very low efficiency motors making …Not quite true. Manufacturers are using very low efficiency motors making comparison impossible.This limited edition might just conform to the new EU regulations.


It's exactly true. low efficiency motors or not, wattage is a unit of power.
cossy37 h, 34 m ago

By definition, wattage is a unit of power so of course its determines the …By definition, wattage is a unit of power so of course its determines the power. However, you're right, efficiencies mean the suction could be the same as a higher powered model.


Not quite true. Manufacturers are using very low efficiency motors making comparison impossible.
This limited edition might just conform to the new EU regulations.
TP-Link TL-PA9020KIT 2-Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit Upto  2000Mbps £67.99 @ Amazon
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Down from £99 Ultra-fast powerline speed, home plug AV2 standard compliant, high-speed data transfer rate of up to 2000 Mbps, ideal for ultra HD streaming and o… Read more
Use these over two floors of a house get ~700mb which is fine by me. Think they are v1. Never turn them off and power is minimal as per smart meter. Haven't had one drop out in a year just restarted it and was fine. Copy vids to raspberry pi open media server which maxes out to speed of usb drive and stream videos over dlna to raspberry pi kodi box also use steam link to play games without any noticable lag. I got these for 100 from maplin so Ireckon this is a great price.
daver772 h, 5 m ago

Yeah I have 4 pass through ones. Don't upgrade the firmware, it's buggy! …Yeah I have 4 pass through ones. Don't upgrade the firmware, it's buggy! Mine are okay now after doing a factory reset to the old firmware.


Mine are running latest firmware ok but there is a v1 and v2 so maybe that's the difference.
CyDoNiA22nd Dec

Got these running in my house with zero issues at all.Actually mine are …Got these running in my house with zero issues at all.Actually mine are the pass through ones and were less than these from Amazon.


Yeah I have 4 pass through ones. Don't upgrade the firmware, it's buggy! Mine are okay now after doing a factory reset to the old firmware.
Thank you, heat added 😊
pete_l21st Dec

There doesn't seem to be a lot of point having a home network that runs …There doesn't seem to be a lot of point having a home network that runs faster than your WiFi.Not unless you are one of the tiny fraction of geeks people who serves gigabits/second to everyone else in your house


What about streaming movies from computer/NAS to TV?
Miele Classic C1 Junior Powerline Vacuum Cleaner, 4.5 Litre, 800  £79.99 + 2 Year manufacturer warranty @ Amazon
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Sub £80 looks a good price for this Miele C1 Junior. Quick price comparison Appliances Direct £107.47 Currys £139.99 AO £170 Also comes with a 2 year manufacturer warranty… Read more
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Had one of these before and just left it in our loft gathering dust!
I agree, great price. I have this and the allergy filtered one, Wouldn't be without my Miele hoovers
Excellent deal and more reliable than Dysons
Miele Complete C2 Powerline Vacuum Cleaner, 4.5 Litre, 890 W £109.99 + 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty @ Amazon
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Thought this looked a good price for this Miele C2 Powerline vacuum Quick search online shows is cheaper by quite a bit vs other retailers currently - £149.99 Co-op Electrical - … Read more
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Ordered thanks.Needed to replace my old Miele who’s cord no longer retracted.
Totally cracking price!

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I've had many vacuum cleaners and this one has been the best by far. I've had mine a few years now no problem.

I had Henry previously but he fell down the stairs and never recovered.
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Better vacuum cleaners by far than those overly expensive monstrosities made by Sir James!
I bought the C3 version from Debenhams on a deal posted on here about four years ago for £72 fantastic vacuums !
Refurbished BT Broadband Extender Flex 500 Kit Powerline Adapters 2 Ethernet Cables £19.99 @  The Phone Outlet Ebay
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The price is not bad, also has free delivery and click and collect
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SUMMONER21 h, 16 m ago

Quite right, they are not. However one of them has a built-in WiFi …Quite right, they are not. However one of them has a built-in WiFi Access Point. This could make them an excellent alternative for those who who don't mind dedicating 2 wall sockets to the Homeplugs.



Yes they are a different product - good price for those who want that.
The seller has taken advantage of interest and increased the price by £5 to £24.99 ! The units are available from other sellers at the posted price.
10/100 ethernet though?
I have the wifi ones, they die a lot and have to be reset. YMMV of course.
Dave_dave697 m ago

They are not passthrough


Quite right, they are not.
However one of them has a built-in WiFi Access Point. This could make them an excellent alternative for those who who don't mind dedicating 2 wall sockets to the Homeplugs.
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D-Link 1000Mbps Powerline Gigabit Starter Kit (2 pack) £17.99 w/code @ MyMemory
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Nice price for 1000Mbps - use code ZUZS Ideal if struggling for download speeds and should drastically improve them! Can be used with consoles etc. D-Links DHP-601AV PowerLine A… Read more
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These are really good. 1000Mbps speed with gigabit port. Solid as a rock. My previous AV1200s Zyxels were awful. These sync for me (according to the Zyxel software) at 450Mbps. Really happy with them and really cheap (I paid £20).

Manufacturer data here
Edited by: "steford" 5th Dec 2017
dlink.com/uk/…kit

Here is the spec of the item. Under the specifications it says it will give upto 1000mbps... however that is all dependant on your wiring, how far it is, what other electrical devices are connected etc etc etc.

I have bought from this seller through amazon for £21 and very happy with these. Speed and latency is increased / reduced compared to WiFi
I had a TP-Link one like this even though it says 1000Mbps it doesnt give you that mine only gave me a max of 120Mbps so i ended up finding out it wasnt AV1000 or something along them lines. So yeh just beware before you buy it. The proper 1000Mbps which is actually able to give you them speeds are usually 35-50 quid. But this is still a good deal for upto 100Mbps i mean usually you wouldnt need more than that unless you stream download and game at once.
Uridium1 h, 57 m ago

Just remember 1.000 Mbps / 8 = 125 MB/sreal world your unlikely to ever …Just remember 1.000 Mbps / 8 = 125 MB/sreal world your unlikely to ever see throughput of more than 90MB/s on a Gigabit NIC though


Read the reviews as this will get you more like 90 megabits not bytes per second.
Edited by: "Agharta" 5th Dec 2017
Just remember 1.000 Mbps / 8 = 125 MB/s


real world your unlikely to ever see throughput of more than 90MB/s on a Gigabit NIC though
TPLINK AV600 Powerline adapters £15 @ Wilko instore
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Best price for these that I’ve seen around only one on the shelf but might be nationwide as printed label
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sam_of_london30th Nov

Very slow , I got tplink av2000 nearly two years ago.


Great for you if you have a server at home and need that kind of speed between devices, otherwise utterly pointless to have anything faster than your broadband speed
Very slow , I got tplink av2000 nearly two years ago.
megastream12 h, 36 m ago

Apologize for the ignorance.Is this price for a single unit or a pair ?


Look ms like a starter kit so should be two
Apologize for the ignorance.

Is this price for a single unit or a pair ?
....can't stop....got a goose to chase....
TP-Link AV2000 Powerline plugs - Amazon Deal Of The Day £66.99
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Decent price drop for these Powerline plugs (Amazon's Deal Of The Day) TP-Link TL-PA9020P KIT 2000 Mbps 2-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit, Plug & Play, 2 × 2 MI… Read more
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mmurdoch3 h, 39 m ago

You've got me thinking now as our wifi is a little patchy upstairs …You've got me thinking now as our wifi is a little patchy upstairs sometimes and I'm now wondering would it be better getting ones with pass through & the wifi thingy built in.We have nothing wired via ethernet upstairs and always use wifi as the router is downstairs in the lounge.Would this boost the wifi connection for us upstairs and make it more stable?


As far as I am aware yes they will do this. At least I hope they would as that's why I want them lol !
Spudboy10 h, 43 m ago

Yes both plugs would have pass through and one also has wifi to boost …Yes both plugs would have pass through and one also has wifi to boost signal to other parts of the home or to provide a wifi connection to one device while the other can use the ethernet connection. Solid bit of kit as per reviews but as you say still quite pricey. If you don't need the wifi and just need an ethernet connection in another room away from the router a much cheaper set than these will suit your needs.I currently have a set of av600's but I need to upgrade to one that has wifi to boost the signal in hard to reach places of my new home - i.e. the man cave in my new garage I know I could use an old router for this but I'm not very techy unfortunately.


You've got me thinking now as our wifi is a little patchy upstairs sometimes and I'm now wondering would it be better getting ones with pass through & the wifi thingy built in.
We have nothing wired via ethernet upstairs and always use wifi as the router is downstairs in the lounge.
Would this boost the wifi connection for us upstairs and make it more stable?
mmurdoch56 m ago

So is the 1200 better than 2000. seen the following on amazon am i best …So is the 1200 better than 2000. seen the following on amazon am i best getting the 1300 with 3 outlet things (is it worth the few extra £) even tho it's just for one product like the xbox one or just stick to the 1200 with one outlet. Got to try some as juniors doing my nut inhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/TL-PA9020P-KIT-Passthrough-Beamforming-UK/dp/B00X59GJGC/?tag=ho01f-21&th=1https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00UTG32TQ?ref=emc_b_5_t


For all the difference in price I would go for the 3 port pack jist to give you more connection options. You may only have need for one connection now but may find in a while you upgrade the tv or add a Sat Box in the room and it might be handy to have the extra connections available. But the choice is yours
mmurdoch2 h, 59 m ago

Wow £120 that's pretty minty. Both plugs wouldn't have pass through tho …Wow £120 that's pretty minty. Both plugs wouldn't have pass through tho would they one would have pass through and the other would be wifi booster?


Yes both plugs would have pass through and one also has wifi to boost signal to other parts of the home or to provide a wifi connection to one device while the other can use the ethernet connection. Solid bit of kit as per reviews but as you say still quite pricey. If you don't need the wifi and just need an ethernet connection in another room away from the router a much cheaper set than these will suit your needs.

I currently have a set of av600's but I need to upgrade to one that has wifi to boost the signal in hard to reach places of my new home - i.e. the man cave in my new garage I know I could use an old router for this but I'm not very techy unfortunately.
Miele C2 complete powerline vacuum cleaner £90 @ Tesco instore
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Amazing miele vacuum £209 on tesco direct with 2 year miele warranty and better suction than dyson.. was told by the tesco manager that miele have changed the box thats why all tes… Read more
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Great vacuum bought one not long ago
Got this off ebay refurbished for £89. Ridiculously good.
Which store was this ?

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Zyxel 1800Mbps Pass-Thru Powerline Adapter 2-port Gigabit Ethernet 2-Pack - £64.99 @ Amazon (sold by Box Limited / Fulfilled by Amazon)
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Brought these from Box website last week at £56.99. Still available at £59.99 on their website.
Just bought Av2000 tplink from Maplin and got £10 voucher. Already had one pair before so bought again for compatibility. Voted hot.
Miele Complete C2 Allergy Powerline Bagged Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner + 2 Year Guarantee @ AO
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£100 price drop on this Miele C2 Allergy Powerline - looks good for £99, not sure if will see a lower price on Black Friday. 2 Year guarantee included Bagged cleaning for mess… Read more
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Superb vacuum cleaners, when I got mine, (looks identical) they gave you a 10 year guarantee!
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£129 for me too
It comes up at £129 for me...
who seels the cheapest genuine baqgs for this?or is it worth buying a generic bag?
josephallen5 m ago

The turbo tool is great but there is a bit of a knack to using the …The turbo tool is great but there is a bit of a knack to using the standard head. It seems to work best if you don’t press too hard. I just use the turbo tool though to be honest because it is designed to deal with pet hair etc and it is great.


I dont press hard but it barely picks anything up. Tried it on all the power settings too. I use my old vacuum for carpets and the miele for hard floors only
TP-Link 2000 Mbps 2-Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit (TL-PA9020KIT) £55.46 @ Amazon
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Found 11th Nov 2017Found 11th Nov 2017
Been keeping an eye on these for a while, as wanting to upgrade my existing 500Mbps powerlines. These are usually £89.99, and according to camelcamelcamel, this is the cheapest th… Read more
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Was just about to order, realised these weren't pass through as I'm looking to upgrade my AV1300

Hopefully something pops up during Black Friday
Got these a few months ago as an upgrade to my develo 1200 due to a 200Mbs VM upgrade.

My previous develo 1200 didn't get me the full 200mbs, but the TP-Links did.

At time I paid £89.00, so at this price it is well worth it.
I've got these to link my room to the router and get very good speeds. Just take into account that speeds can vary based on the houses wiring too.

I would buy these again for sure if I had a need for wired connections elsewhere.
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So they have arrived and I ran some speedtest.net tests. I have Virgin 200Mbps connection.

Using my old TP Link Powerline 500s, I got:
Ping 11ms / Download 63.90Mbps / Upload 11.93Mbps

Using the new TP Link Powerline 2000s, I get:
Ping 12ms / Download 213.56 Mbps / Upload 12.16Mbps

All in all, happy with that.
Gopes
Edited by: "Gopes" 11th Nov 2017
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