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NETGEAR 11AC 1200 Mbps (300 Mbps + 900 Mbps) Dual Band  for £21.99  Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Ideal for extending Wi-Fi to devices like the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, iPad, PlayStation, Kindle, FireTV and Alexa Extend Wi-Fi up to 1200 Mbps, dual band 2.4 and 5GHz.Supports 802… Read more
faz1975

Seems good. Annoyed can't go for this, as need 2 ethernets.

Haggisbasher

I bought one ages ago and it works really well. Picks up existing wifi no probs and gets good range.

Brutes

(lol) thanks. (y)

pdhroche

£2199 delivered, bargain Might be a typo in the title.

NETGEAR D7000-100UKS Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band 600+1300 Mbps VDSL/ADSL Modem Router £61.09 Very Good/£64.38 Like New @ Amazon Warehouse
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Suitable for BT Infinity, YouView, TalkTalk, EE, Plusnet Fibre £61.09 Used - Very Good or £64.38 Used - Like New 27 in stock. Added all to Basket to show availability, see b… Read more
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cobain79

Got one a few weeks ago and using it with no issues on sky instead of the sky Q hub, although don't use the WiFi as I've got orbi mesh. It's the older version which has one of latest broadcom chipsets which is why I went for it. The new v2 has a different chipset which I don't believe is as good from a modem perspective.

iEimis

You snooze you lose, been looking for modem router for ages, most routers don't have modem functionality which I unfortunately need as don't want a separate one.

louiselouise

I didn't realise you'd added links to your post, anyway, I have no experience of this Netgear router - I have the TP-Link AC750 Archer VR200 Modem Router (TalkTalk Fibre Medium - their supplied Huawei HG633 was a nightmare). Not sure if this note on the listing makes any difference Note: Ensure that the factory reset is carried out and then the latest firmware is installed. Please follow the wizard in order to set this up.

voytekvoytek58

I got the last one (y)

bawbagus

You can't replace it totally on virgin media, you can however as stated put virgin hub in modem mode and use a replacement router to do the routing part, this is an xdsl router whereas virgin is docsis Virgin do not allow 3rd party modems.

Linksys AC1900 Dual-band Smart Wi-fi Wireless Router £109.99 delivered @ Box
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Not seen a drop on this in a few months, although Box seem to have hit the £109.99 mark again, with free del. Looks decent for anyone on the hunt for an upgrade. Coverage on some o… Read more
malhal

bit expensive for 4 year old router without MIMO

Bogditzy

You might be able to install the custom DD-WRT firmware for this that enables you to do all kinds of extra things - https://wiki.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Linksys_WRT1900AC ;)

soulgod123

just bought bt smart hub for 10£ using as access point it has 7 antenas

mugma

Is there an ADSL/fibre version of this?

kester76

I got the AC3200 and it throttled my Virgin media connection from 384mbit to 90mbit on Ethernet. Wouldn't recommend it as it's as locked down as it comes and there's no decent custom firmware as they swapped the nand on the new routers.

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TP-LINK Archer C50 V3 AC1200 Dual Band Wi-Fi Cable Router + 3 Years Warranty  only £25.99 @ Amazon
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Four external antennas provide stable wireless connections and optimal coverage Upgrades networks to powerful 802.11 ac Wi-Fi technology to experience smoother HD streaming and on… Read more
Mrdom

In contrast to that experience I have a C2 that I'm looking to replace. Its been nothing but trouble, its constantly getting stuck at 100mbit speed and wont revert to 1000mbit until restarted. This seems to be a known but not very common problem with some versions. TP link support was next to useless, made me jump through hoop after hoop and never made any progress, i gave up eventually because it just wasn't worth the hassle. I'm tempted to buy this because i have other good TP link products but my experience with the C2 has made me cautious.

SomebodE

Ok, that’s enough for me not to buy (lol) (lol) (lol)

friar_chris

Na, I've had several Belkin routers and switches......3 power supplies went and 2 of the units themselves were dead within a couple of years. Otherwise I found them reliable only needing to reset them biannually.

Bitofageek

My hub 3 is in Modem only mode and hidden under the sofa. I have an Archer C2 as Phil had and it works much better and connection is far more consist. I very rarely need to reboot it. My issue with this one is showing a lack of Gigabit LAN.

phil16

I had an old TP-LINK archer c2 AC750. Brilliant little thing. Had an up time of 6 months+ (only reset it due to power cut or for one firmware update). Only replaced it as old BT fibre modem needed retiring as not compatible with new standards and new plusnet router was in theory faster AC wireless (I'm pretty sure its a rebranded BT homehub anyway). Really miss it as I'm sure it was better at holding connections than the plusnet router despite being slower on paper. If this had a built in VDSL2 modem i'd be all over it.

TP-Link AC2800 Dual Band Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit VDSL/ADSL Modem Router,  2 USB 3.0 Ports £134.99   @ Amazon (DOTD)
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The Fastest VDSL Modem Router - The Archer VR2800 runs at 2167 Mbps on 5GHz and 600 Mbps on 2.4GHz 802.11ac Wave 2 - The latest standard of Wi-Fi includes MU-MIMO and 160 MHz Band… Read more
buggle52

If you're not using WiFi, probably not. By the time your WiFi becomes more prevalent (and I suspect it will) 802.11ax will be standard, and you'll need a new Wifi router to support it :-)

Franken

Is there any reason to buy this one over the cheaper listed earlier for £50 as a replacement for my BT homehub 5. I don't care about wifi as most of my gear is hard wired. Thanks in advance.

MrBaz

Glad to hear that.

nsx2050

ordered at this price a few weeks back, best decision ever!

engrharv

just ordered after i sent back the nighthawk r7000 last week which was an absolute nightmare really awful. port forward did not work dhcp didnt work sometimes and i could not get any usb storage to work. i was holding off replacing till the asus vdsl routers went down in price but this was too tempting

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D-Link DIR-878 Dual Band EXO AC1900 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router £44.99 @ Amazon Deal of the day
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MU-MIMO with Advanced AC SmartBeam dramatically improves the wireless range, allowing you to minimise lag whilst gaming online, watch 4K movies, browse the Internet with … Read more
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doogan9

Thanks - think I'll pass.

popolou

It is very straight forward but it is best that you do some reading up beforehand because you can potentially end up with no wifi if this is the first time you've ever got stuck in.

doogan9

Thanks - but I have never actually had to configure one. Is it complicated? Are there many different items to alter?

Iru786

It does support DD-WRT though

popolou

Not if you configure the WiFi identically.

D-Link DIR-878 Dual Band EXO AC1900 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router £44.99 @ Amazon
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MU-MIMO with Advanced AC SmartBeam dramatically improves the wireless range, allowing you to minimise lag whilst gaming online, watch 4K movies, browse the Internet with more devic… Read more
multiplewicked

Well, its fairly unstable. Keeps rebooting, sometimes wouldnt save settings, for some reason I couldnt sync the PPOE, but the same settings 30 minutes later would sync. Then it would break again. There are not many active users of this board, so I guess it just needs a bit more work for a stable board. Even the stock firmware isnt stable, google it there are loads of people complaining that it reboots once per hour etc.

Stitch123

I did the latest firmware update as soon as I got it.

rev6

With the default firmware?

Stitch123

I got one in the Ebuyer and have been using it. Been working well and has great range but I notice in one of the amazon reviews someone says their iPhone keeps disconnecting and asking for a password. My iPhone 7 is doing the same, it then takes 3 or 4 attempts at entering the password correctly before it accepts it. All other devices are fine which is strange.

formsm2000comp

That's concerning. Got some in the ebuyer deal. Was going to keep one for myself and flash it to DD-WRT immediately. When you say support isn't ideal what do you mean

NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite Network), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps) - £199.99 Half Price @ Amazon
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Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi network adding up to 4000 sq ft coverage for the whole home Tri-Band technology - unlike other Wi-Fi sets that lose speed as you add devices, Orbi routers ma… Read more
minimarcy

Thanks for this OP. Grabbed a set at this price! (y)

Slash

took a few tries to set it up but once set, haven't had a drop yet. Its quite big compared to other mesh network out there. Don't know about the speed since my internet is slow. This tops mesh network tops many reviews. At this price, its a great buy.

oldskoo1

I purchased the 3 pack orbi on Black Friday and have since returned it. Let me say it’s way better than broadband bundled hubs, it’s better than most WiFi access points, it’s super easy and convenient to setup. It gives full coverage everywhere. However the speed still wasn’t quite what I was expecting. 3 storey house, router on the ground floor and a satellite in each floor, all in the open stairwell. The top floor salatelite kept kept moving between 2.4 and 5ghz backhaul. Speeds using iperf3 never exceeded 350Mbps between multi stream capable devices. In the end I bit the bullet and replaced the vdsl faceplates, tidied up the wiring, moved the bt hub upstairs and ran cat6 under the carpet to the middle landing. I have a AirPort Extreme running my WiFi and this well positioned location for me is producing as good if not better speeds due to the strange backhaul config of the orbi (it wouldn’t auto daisy chain). So consider placement, I’m looking to replace the AirPort Extreme with a 3200 or higher multi stream nighthawk. If central placement and a really good / strong access point isn’t an option and neither is cabling multiple access points, these are easily the best option.

fragster

No worries buddy :)

kevann

Thank you Sir....You have been very helpful and I really appreciate your feedback and support. (y) Your setup seems very similar to how I have mine ATM with the SH. Really helpful ..Thank you . Best Regards,

NETGEAR RBK53 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps)  @ Amazon Deal Of The Day £299
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Mesh Wi-Fi network adding up to 6000 sq ft coverage for the whole home Your home and garden covered; this kit of three covers up to 6000 sq ft with high-performance AC3000 Wi-Fi … Read more
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g8ryj

Someone selling one of these on ebay for £247. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/123527520239

amazoncrazy

(highfive)

FlyGuyUK

Thank you very much, much appreciated, I think I will give it a try. Just a quick phone call to costco now to compare prices for it then buy.

amazoncrazy

thanks @OwThatBurns explained beautifully (highfive)

OwThatBurns

Might do. The mini box will be trying to connect to the main Sky box mesh according to this: helpforum.sky.com/t5/Archived-Discussions/Mini-box-connection/td-p/2860009 As long as you don’t live in an absolute mansion. This kit should allow you to place each of the Orbi satellites near your mini box, which would then connect via Ethernet to it (you can’t connect to the Orbi WiFi - again according to that link). With your many other devices. No issues whatsoever. I’ve got a similar plethora of WiFi devices and picked this kit up on Black Friday - it’s been incredible. Also this is from Amazon so the returns are good. And you have the extended return period until end of Jan to test it out thoroughly in your house. Good luck.

NETGEAR Nighthawk R7000 WiFi Cable & Fibre Router - AC 1900, Dual-band £84.99 w/code at Currys PC World on eBay
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Was looking for a router to use with my Virgin broadband as just upgraded to Vivid 200mb, read through a few reviews and this seemed to be one of the best ones at this price point.… Read more
Inked666

I have this and from day one they have been releasing firmwares with problems. Just have a quick look at the netgear forum

mastermjr20041

only negative is it will struggle with vpn due to it being a weak processor for that purpose. 😔 other than that it's great router! (cheeky)

Dan__

thanks ill have a look at that. Ive been off the scene for too long as past couple of routers ive had couldn't take 3rd party firmware.

b1g1an

Asuswrt Merlin is best on these regardless of user level, more finished than ddwrt, more stable and easier to use than the rubbish Netgear put on them.

RichardRichards

Sorry Dan__ seems you found the answer but yes it does take DD-WRT firmware. Will be putting open VPN on mine.

D Link DIR-882 AC2600 EXO MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router 59.99 @ Amazon
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Next step up vs previous D-link router deal for only 2gbp more! Reviews decent :) https://www.techadvisor.co.uk/review/wifi-routers/d-link-dir-882-exo-ac2600-review-3671728/ htt… Read more
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Stitch123

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/d-link-dir-878-dual-band-exo-ac1900-mu-mimo-wi-fi-1796-ebuyer-3121611

rjace

When was it £19?

Iru786

Yes it supports dd-wrt

Midnight.Tboy

hmmm didn't realise this was a 3rd party seller (Buyur) rather than Amazon, though obv fulfilled by Amazon

Stitch123

I bought the AC1900 a few days ago when it was £19 on here. Absolutely a great bit of kit and the range is amazing compared with my sky hub.

D-Link DIR-878 Dual Band EXO AC1900 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router £58.85 @ amazon
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MU-MIMO with Advanced AC SmartBeam dramatically improves the wireless range, allowing you to minimise lag whilst gaming online, watch 4K movies, browse the Internet with more… Read more
d8smt

Bought one of these but unfortunately it's on its way back. Much as I like DLINK gear, this router is flawed. It throttles bandwidth for some inexplicable reason on some of my devices (but not all), took me a while to figure out that it was doing this. On 5GHz channel, it throttles to <10Mb/s, on 2.4GHz to <2Mb/s. I can't figure out why it is doing this - I switched back to my previous Plusnet HubOne and confirmed this was the router that was doing this, and not the devices. So it seems to be applying some sort on non-configurable QoS randomly to some devices. For those which it didn't do this for, the throughput was blisteringly fast and the coverage much better and stronger than my HubOne....but that's not much good if it doesn't do that for every device. And yes, firmware was updated to latest 1.12.

StuartSmith-3fd62.50383

Guys, recently signed to TalkTalk and the device they supply is awful, in fact on 2nd one. Is this a direct replacement, if not, how would I get this working?

calenture

Yes. When you get over 20 or so WIFI connections (which isn't really hard in a household of phones, tablets, watches, laptops, Rokus, Nintendos, music streamers) it all goes to pot on the good ol Vrigin Hub.

volksdub

Massive difference isn’t it. All drop outs are gone. The super hub simply can’t manage multiple connections.

calenture

Thanks very much for suggesting that. I ordered it and haven't had a single device dropout on WIFI since yesterday. When I think of all the hours I've wasted trying to believe I could get Virgin Hub to work properly... arggg (mad)

RAVPower FileHub Plus - Wireless travel router, media streamer, battery pack £29.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Always favourable reviews on this one. Just another 10 hours before it goes back up to £39.99... Storage backup: transfer files between SD cards, sub drives, hard disk and your… Read more
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iz123456789

What is this

steviebentley

No you put a sd card inside it or attach a hard drive through the usb

diddlypockets

does this actually have any storage in it or is it only a connector?

jazzman466

If this had Open VPN capabilities then I would be "on it like a car bonnet" but I can't see any mention of it anywhere in the specs.

6ixFoot1

Bought this last time it was this price (August). Nice little device. Had problems transferring large files (4gb) over wifi though.

NETGEAR RBK30 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System £129.29 @ Amazon
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Fast whole home Wi-Fi system: Covers up to 3000 sq ft (approximately) with high performance Wi-Fi; kit includes Wi-Fi router and wall plug satellite Wall plug form factor for easy… Read more
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tanked

RBS50 Satellite only going for £114 on Amazon (and works with the RBK30 apparently) I think I'll bite https://www.amazon.co.uk/NETGEAR-RBS50-Satellite-Tri-Band-AC3000/dp/B01M0KU1DQ

michaelwady

Good find thanks. I've the Netgear nighthawk and the latest update killed the 2gh network. Pain to fix. Been waiting for a good price on this.

dossdes

interesting, perhaps they ought to say that on their spec sheets. Thanks for the update. I agree the prices are all over the place at the moment for the satellites.

tanked

I just got a message back from Netgear to say both the RBS40 and RBS50 are compatible with the RBK30 surprisingly! I'm not really interested unless I could get one for a really good price - the satellites by themselves seem like a bit of a rip off

dossdes

good question. I don't think so. I've had a quick look at the data sheets on the Netgear website and they say the RBK50 is required for the RBS50. When I checked the one for the RBS30 it said the 40 or 50 is required (which is very confusing as it comes with the 30 in a pack). I'd be tempted to order one anyway, from somewhere that accepts returns, just in case it doesn't work.

12 months broadband 17mps for £9.99 p/m +  £9.99 for router @ One Stream
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Great little deal imo for normal users. Never heard of the company so don't know how good/bad they are. £129.87 for full year which includes router delivery.
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summerof76

I'm sure this was posted yesterday and the reviews are bad (shock)

hashman

great deal, too bad my contract is not ending until April 19 :-(

amazoncrazy

a very warm welcome to hukd newbie.have some heat :)

TP-Link AC1200 4G LTE SIM Slot Unlocked Wi-Fi Dual Band Router (Archer MR400) @ Amazon Lightning Deal £119.99
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Product Description Take full advantage of your cutting-edge 4G LTE network with the Archer MR400, which can achieve download speeds of up to 150Mbps. The Archer MR400 allows you … Read more
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Muppet_Crazy

I was lucky to noticed this just now. had the AC750 model prepared for dispatch on amazon paid £96.99 they dropped the price tonight to £94.99. (Order cancelled just on time over amazon chat) No brainer to pay another extra £25 for a better model. :D

amazoncrazy

yes it is just noticed thanks. :)

Muppet_Crazy

Just on lightening deal today just now grab it for £120 a steal

NETGEAR RBK53 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps)  @ Amazon Deal Of The Day £299.99
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NETGEAR RBK53 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (up to 6000 sq ft coverage), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps) - Circle Parental Controls and Alexa enabled Orbi Whole Home AC3000 Tri-band… Read more
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FlyGuyUK

This is available again..... Can anybody tell me before I commit if this is going to work with my setup? I've got a sky Q 2TB main box, 2 sky Q mini boxes (connecting via Wi-Fi), 2 sky provided boosters, a sky Q router and sky 30Mb fibre broadband. At the moment the sky Q WiFi mesh system provided by all the boxes is absolutely hopeless, constantly freezing using Wi-Fi devices and sky mini boxes TV also freezing on a regular basis. I've got lots and lots of Wi-Fi gadgets hammering the system, (Samsung smartthings, Netgear Arlo cameras, Ring doorbell and 5 chimes, 3 smart Tv's, Android box, 4 Google home speakers etc etc). I desperately need a stable Wi-Fi solution, but wanted to check this Orbi system will work somehow with The Sky Q setup? Any advice really appreciated. (Also posted in the other newer thread for Orbi)

Amar_Nam

Was hoping the same. But unfortunately doesn't seem to be the case today.

amazoncrazy

possibly @FlyGuyUK stay tuned (highfive)

FlyGuyUK

I missed it. Do you think it might come back down in price for Cyber Monday?

Chufty

These are pretty good although not without problems. I found the LAN performance of the satellites really quite poor, throughput is okay but latency is terrible. However the WiFi performance is excellent, and will blanket a large home in top quality wireless networking without the need for an ethernet backhaul or powerline.

NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite Network), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps) - £199.99 Half Price
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Been waiting for this for ages and amazon have finally done it again. Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi network adding up to 4000 sq ft coverage for the whole home Tri-Band technology - un… Read more
royals

Everyone that has broadband will already have a router anyway

Alansmithee

I cannot find any reviews that do that? Can you link to one. Kitgear tests all of them and thought the Orbi was better - the feeling was the BT gear was the near best in terms of range but the Orbi left it in the dirt in regards to speed. The BT gear being UK only doesn't feature in many test sites but sites I trust like The wirecutter and so did Small Network Builder. Also the BT whole wifi isn't a router as well is it?

royals

Strange, a lot of reviews have the bt mesh system as the best and Netgear as not great and overpriced. After years with Netgear kit I never believe anything Netgear state about their products

slacker

Cheers, I’ve gone for two. Two stories but a decent size with extension which goes beyond what was originally the exterior wall. Will be close I think. Did consider ordering a single on its own as backup (and return if not needed) but haven’t so far

oldskoo1

Not sure if this helps (maybe you already ordered) I went 3 after some research. My house is 3 floors and the rooms are divided by brick/block. I need 1 unit for each floor. 3 would also be needed for very large, traditional 2 floor houses, especially with brick dividing walls and also for long thin old Victorian style houses. Conventional 2 floor more modern properties, even large ones, 2 would be fine, unless you cannot position them centrally.

Ryobi R18TR-0 ONE+ Cordless Trim Router (Zero Tool), 18 V £66.99 @ Amazon
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Good deal for a decent router The R18TR-0 is the first cordless trim router available in the DIY market. Ideal for adding a perfect edge to any project, this trim router is capabl… Read more
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tundoy69

It’s back at £39.99 atm https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ryobi-5a-cordless-charger-3999-amazon-3123266

mumihp

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ryobi-RC18150-Cordless-Battery-Charger/dp/B06Y1SD6C8?ref_=bl_dp_s_web_3641140031 That was what I purchased. Unfortunately the price has gone up, I paid £39.99, gone up to £54.99.

tommyleinen

Do you have a link for the fast charger? Thanks

tundoy69

Argh, put me in a really bad place with this one... I have a load of vouchers due of Simba referral in the next week... do I buy or do I wait for my free vouchers 🙈🙈🙈

mumihp

Thanks, though wish I had brought it on prime day, £8 cheaper, oh well. I also picked up the Ryobi palm sander, and the fast charger. I saved atleast £45 with the bundle. I am casual DIYer so at that price, you can't go wrong. Heat.

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