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TP-Link Archer C80 AC1900 £99.99 @ Amazon UK
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Seems like a decent price for AC1900, up-to-date features and x4 external antennas. 802.11ac Wave2 Wi-Fi – 1300 Mbps on the 5 GHz band and 600 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band. 3×3 MIM… Read more
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Same as Powerline adapters, now even the low end old tech ones are expensive.


Not sure if I should get something like this or a basic ubiquity setup...


Thanks for your help, will read some previous threads to get some guidance.


Any recommendations, I just want one that will allow me to access a server remotely... No other particular features needed - so the cheaper the better. I'm on Vodafone gigafast


If you read through some of the comments from other threads on HDUK Asus always gets spoken about positively. From my (limited) understanding you can use 3rd party firmware on the Asus to add more features etc. Not sure on D-Link as haven't heard much about them recently. Hopefully someone else can comment and share experiences or add a more technical insight!

Ubiquiti Amplifi HD Gamer's Edition Home Router + Wifi Mesh Network £279.98 @ Scan
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Ubiquiti AmpliFi AFI-G Gamer Edition HD Mesh WiFi System, Router + 2 x MeshPoints, 1750Mbps, Dual-Band, WiFi-a/b/g/n/ac Great piece of kit. Free Smarter Fridgecam Worth £30 EXC… Read more
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I haven't experienced any issues with Chromecast but don't know about the Ring and have heard of similar issues (not necessarily related to AmpliFi) with devices not liking WiFi 5Ghz protocol. Have you tried creating an additional 2.4Ghz SSID on the device nearest to your Ring bell and connecting it to it. Give this a try and see if it helps. I don't think that the Unifi units would be any different in dealing with this as it is usually a problem with the client device rather than the network source. Also can you just confirm that you have the AmpliFi HD kit with one router and 2 mesh points or are you using 2 routers and are your devices all running the same (and the latest) firmware version?


I've had issues with my Chromecast devices connecting to one AmpliFi HD AP and my phone still being connected to another in the house and then not being able to pick up the Chromecast. My Ring Chime will also not work on the Amplifi HD mesh setup, apart from those two gripes I like it. Would have liked to have had the time/knowledge to setup multiple Unify AC UAC Lite points, maybe next time. Would the Unify Lite points deal with this issue better than the AmpliFi HD mesh or be just the same?


Looks like it unfortunately has but keep on checking Scan as they drop back to this price every now and then,


Has this expired already? Mine shows as £309 and £10 delivery!


It by default prioritises packets from gaming sources?

Tenda MW3 Nova Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh Router System - 3 Pack for £57.40 With Code Delivered @ Cclonline/eBay
02/06/2020Expires on 02/06/2020Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Tenda Nova (MW3) Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh Kit 3 Pack Wireless Type: 802.11ac Number of LAN Ports: 2 Port Speed: 10/100Mbps USB Port(s): No WPS Support: No MW3 is a 1200Mbps du… Read more

Had the MW6 and they went back. Devices were connected to the furthest node away, speed was poor and I had issues with Alexa devices. I have a house full of spots, shows and echos. They were all ok apart from the echo devices. Both kept disconnecting, became slow to respond and would cut out during Spotify playback. It’s a shame as phone WiFi signal seemed great around the house but it’s like devices were bounces around the boded with consequences! If I went to the garden with my work laptop, I had great signal strength but it would boot me out of my works secure system. Think I’m going to go for a really good router and see if that works instead.


Thanks. I tried that and it seems to work. Still not massively fast but better. It doesn't help that my Moto G7 Power notoriously has WiFi issues for that model but turning off the WiFi scanning helped.


I run them in Bridge mode. I'm going to try the total reset more in hope than anticipation.


Also, don't run them in DHCP mode, but in bridge mode. Made this change a while back and made a massive difference for me


What is the advantage of the MW5 over the MW3?

RAVPower FileHub, Router AC750, Wireless SD Card Reader, Connect Portable SSD Hard Drive to devices - £31.54 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK & FBA
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Apply/tick the £5 vouher as shown and the discount will be applied at checkout: RAVPower FileHub, Travel Router AC750, Wireless SD Card Reader, Connect Portable SSD Hard Drive … Read more

A travel router with no SIM? Seems like they are missing the main feature.


Could you not use a USB dongle with a data sim?


What are the use cases for these?


Usb and ethernet is also standard with this upgrade model.


Excellent find, these are brilliant and a real bargain at £31.54

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Asus RT-86u Router £158.05 / £135.93 w/fee free card at Amazon Germany
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ASUS RT-AC86U Wi-Fi AC2900 (AI Mesh USB 3.0 Router, AiProtection by Trend Micro, AI Mesh, WTFast Game Accelerator Adaptive QoS, Dual-WAN 3G/4G Support)

BT router you also can't separate modem with router....the other option is a use bt router modem and new router to do the heavy lifting as such as routing and WiFi...with this setup the NAT is done from original modem/router...I believe but not 100% sure.


Thanks will do..


Find my post further up the comments it has a link to Aimesh review, pretty up to date the guy has used different router variations and there is also plenty of info in the comments

greg666 There is a list of devices you can check


Asus 1200g+ does this have a mesh thing in it any good as a router.

Amazon eero Pro mesh Wi-Fi router/extender £134, 3 pack £343 at Amazon
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This is the Pro version of the Amazon eero. Eero produced the following devices: - eero first gen - eero second gen Eero was then bought by Amazon who made them produce a more af… Read more



Over the last few months I’ve tried most mesh systems including Google, BT offerings and Linksys. The best by far is EERO hands down - it’s reliable and the app is a joy to use - I highly recommend the eero system. - I purchased a three pack but only need 2 in order to achieve full coverage so one pro will be sold on ebay.


The Ubiquiti Amplifi HD mesh is an awesome alternative for the 3 pack if interested.


Good Price but according to this it does drop to £299 every 3 months or so. If you don't need may be worth waiting?


I tend to use forums rather than reviews on amazon, but look at the reviews on the standard Eero system and wireless community’s on Reddit etc and Eero is doing brilliant at the moment. Mine is on order, and with people i know who have them said they are brilliant and 3 x Deco M9 users and a few M5 users i know all have issues. I will set mine up tomorrow and compare - but the biggest test is over time. So I will keep both for 10 days and use the Eero and see what the feedback is on both and keep the best performer!!! But so far the M9 has been terrible. Since my last post on here, my wife mobile won’t connect to wifi and my mobile will not load the sonos app, spoke to Sonos and its due to a both systems conflicting and they have also said they have known of a lot of the TP-Link and Netgear systems not work at times. He did say to create an individual IP number for them on the Deco app and this might cure the crashing of the SONOS system. I’d get it while the deal is on and try it - if no good, send it back. That’s what I’m doing.

Amazon eero mesh Wi-Fi router/extender £79, 3 pack £186, with Amazon
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
eero is the heart of the connected home eero is the little router with a huge wireless footprint, delivering comprehensive home connectivity for everybody. A single eero covers up… Read more



I was fairly skeptical ordering these when the Tenda MW5s performed so poorly and these not being that different from them being dual band. Right out of the gate these things are a million times better for me. Living room speeds connected to the main eero hits maximum speed on my line at 352mb which I never seen the Superhub 3 manage to do. My PC upstairs is now wired into the back of the second eero and that hits 312mb when before they were getting 105mb using Tenda gigabit powerline adapters. I just need to keep an eye on my Neos cams for the next few days as it was those that had the most issues with the MW5s. Overall though so far, I'm glad I went for these and if performance stays the same I wouldn't have been disappointed spending the usual £249.


It’s one of those with these, with sky q, if you have mini boxes as well, you might have issues as sometimes the mesh clash, these are the best ones I have had with my sky q setup. Technically you should turn the WiFi off on the sky q router. I have tried 2 methods and both have been pretty solid. 1. Without turning off sky router, do a new network name for the eero, then move all your stuff onto this only. Have nothing on the sky routers ssd. 2. Turn off the sky routers WiFi, you will lose all the sky Q stuff, go into the hidden eng settings, and re-do the network setup but choose you are using a different broad band provider, this actually forces the mini boxes to use 2.4ghz which will give them more range. At the moment I am currently on opt 2, though 1 worked fine as well. Yes the should give you more range, though I do have three, the BT Discs and the nova ones gave more range with 2 I found but had lots of issues with the mini boxes for my setup with these even adopting the above methods, settled on these the apps great and really easy to use as well, these were my last option before giving up, really pleased with them, though on exp side..


Deal still active.......


I’m going to be returning some I’ll Ben doing same as you tomorrow when my Eero pros arrive. Just installed the TPlink m9 and they are terrible. Hope this is better! And works on Sonos much smoother. Virgin media make the worse hubs !

TP-LINK TP-Link Archer AX11000 Wireless Router - 8-port - £299.99 / £303.94 delivered @ Very
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Looking for a new router for myself and I came across this. Best price I have seen for this in a while and worth a look if you are in the market for a top router. Next best price I… Read more

Ipv6 vs ipv4 offers absolutely no increased benefits in terms of performance. Zilch.


Was under the impression these high end routers were dying off due to the affordability and coverage of mesh?


You clearly did. And quite a long time ago, too.


Looks like something that’s dropped off a spaceship to me (confused)


I tried various BT crap and as soon as I spent 30 quid on a TP Link TD-W9970 no more drops etc As mentioned all PCs are connected via Ethernet but mobile devices use WiFi so quite a few devices are connected and it’s 100% solid,

4G Unlimited broadband B535 Router - £30 per month with £29 upfront (1 month contract) @ Three
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
No Landline Needed. Just insert your Three SIM to get online quickly and easily. Multi Device Connection. The B535 Mobile Router allows up to 64 gadgets with Wi-Fi connectivity to… Read more

Yes... i already had a plan and I get 15% off so I upgraded that so as long as I can get this router for cheap im £££ in as I will drop BT like a lead balloon when the contract is up... it was funny a vodafone online chat person told me to do this when I was looking at there 4g broads they don't offer unlimited on any of the plans


Thanks Snoopy! From what I've read, Vodafone have 3 levels of "unlimited"... Unlimited Lite - Unlimited data, restricted to 2mb speed Unlimited - Unlimited data, restricted to 10mb speed Unlimited Max - Unlimited data, no speed restrictions The deal I linked to above is for the Unlimited Max on a 12 month contract.


From what I'm reading yes just make sure the vodafone contract dont have a speed cap as I had 2 take that off a lot of there deals have speed caps on now


Yes might well have to but thats not a problem will just get another one as the router retailing around £130 if not more well worth it... using huaCtel has helped and i am going to look into outdoor antenna just need to configure it sort the NAT type with xbox one now. I wi talk to 3 today see what they say


Yes I understand but you'll probably have to send the router back..

ASUS DSL-AC68U WiFi VDSL Modem Router (BT) - AC 1900, Dual-band - £139.99 @ Currys PC World
Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
Been putting up with some strange issues with my existing router which I have been using for 5 years so thought I would plump for an upgrade. I'm in a contract with Plusnet FTTC bu… Read more

You are perfectly fine with VPN with this model as well


I had a similar problem on different router and may not be the same, but check ntp. Took me days to realise but it wasnt accounting for daylight savings. Schedule was always an hour out


Ive never done anything with routers except update the firmware. If I were to replace my BT modem with this would I have to change any settings and would it be worth it ? do you think. Modem is current BT version.


You can usually find the Asus 66_B1 for £79-89. It has the same internals as this model and uses the same firmware in custom ROMs like Merlin. Only difference is the theoretical maximum bandwidth it supports on different bands of 1750 to 1900, which isn't much of a difference considering the price difference and use case.


I have got the non modem version of this. Had for years and is very reliable, occasionally Once or twice a year needs a restart. I’ve plugged my Virgin one in to the router and then set the Virgin router to modem only mode. Range is okay for me WiFi one, if i find one cheap i will mesh them up. I run mine with Merlin, there are VPN options and only tried it once. Plenty of info on the RT-68U around the web as its popular

Amazon Set of 2 Eero Mesh Wi-Fi Router/Extender £135 + £4.95 delivery at QVC
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2X Eero mesh wifi system back in stock on QVC. Can pay in instalments also if needed.
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Good price, but nowhere near as good as the TP Link Deco’s.


Out of stock :(


wierd i posted these previously when they were launched on Q & they went cold & someone expired them


Sorry no experience with the Tenda stuff. Good luck with it. Hopefully your not with Sky...... I have 6 eero mesh routers. They work with anything, currently running 4 Dots, 3 Google minis, 2 Fire Sticks, 2 Google TV things, various mobiles, laptops, iPads, switches and more etc. Absolutely rock solid, zero issues. Absolute bar steward to set up. Had to get Eero support to do it. Probably more of an issue with my location and provider Sky ADSL, as the app needs a mobile data signal which I don't have. Would I buy again? Yup. But not at that price. I paid 174.00 for 3 in late march from Amazon. Why 6? Long house, thick internal walls and it covers an outbuilding as well.


I’ve got Tenda nova ac1200 and I have real issues in bridge mode using huawei router. Any experience with these and which routers they work well with?

Fast Wi-Fi during Lockdown - TP-LINK AX3000 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router, Archer AX50 - £129.99 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Get online for fast performance with the Archer AX50 Router. With 160 MHz bandwidth, it delivers gigabit speeds up to 3Gbps, so you can enjoy faster streaming and gaming. Powered b… Read more

Mine arrived today - there is a bridge mode, they call it "Access Point mode". There was a "VPN" section in full router mode, but there's no VLAN functionality (beyond the ISP settings) unfortunately, so mine is sitting behind an opewrt-running Archer C7 which is handling my guest ssid (on the guest VLAN). Hopefully openwrt / dd-wrt will support it before too long.


I had the r7800 but it died on my a couple of weeks ago after only 2 years so bought this from John Lewis after a lot of reseaching. The main differences I found was that the R7800 had a slighly better range into my garden (Im talking 1-2 metres max) but this has a better output. Im on virgin 200 and on wifi at the furthest range I get up to 90mb but with R7800 I was getting max 40mb. This is a wifi6 so future proofed plus a John Lewis 3 year warranty and easy setup this is a no brainer in my opinion even at full price. Im actually thinking of buying a cheap n router and using as an AP mode with this to give me the extra range. Also it does have a bridge mode.


I got the outdoor one working great. 5g signal all the way down the 35 metre garden


I have one wifi6 device but this router has made a world of difference to stability. Over 40 various wired and wireless devices, even got external tp access point for the garden which is just as fast as my broadband speed - it is hard wired


Deals like this don't last, need to be quick next time 8)

TP-LINK Archer T3U USB Wireless Adapter - AC 1300, Dual-band + 3 Year Guarantee - £16.99 Currys
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I was looking for a cheap, but reliable wifi dongle for a Hackintosh, and was about to buy this from Amazon - which is currently £21 - which is still a good price. So I was surpris… Read more

I have a thinclient not build with WiFi, if I buy this and just connect it to the thinclient, would I be good with WiFi Connection?




Try this... Gigabyte GC-WB1733D-I Wireless-AC...


works best. My nephew had a wifi adaptor with his new PC (I found and gave him) and he was getting 2Mbs, he got an ethernet cable now he's getting 200Mbs as he's with virginmedia. I will send him a spare switchbox so he can split over PC, PS4 and so on


like an ethernet cable?

Amazon eero mesh Wi-Fi router/extender £79.20 for Amazon Prime members
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Also valid on the 3 pack -
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Round me (Staines area) , VM are pants..... myself, having been on BT prior for 7 years, I jumped ship to EE - had no issues with either. When my EE contract term is up, i'll re-evaluate.... but, as others say, it's different for everyone irrespective. YMMV


Thanks op. Ordered. Arrived today. Set up in no time. Virrgin hub performance issues now totally gone. Agree with someone else though that you shouldn't have to spend another 80 quid to fix it. I wonder if they thought of putting something inside Echos or Dots to make them mini transmitters to improve it again


Quick question How are these with Sonos and Phillips Hue both these systems use a bridge to connect to my wifi, will these find the 'eero network' if thats what they use?


I have 6 of these covering a large, long 4 bed heavy stone built house with a 2 room outbuilding. Had to get Eeroo support to set the first one up, then took 15 minutes to set the rest up. One SSID, rock solid performance, CCTV caneras plugged into two. Expensive, but great so far.


With Virgin hub, you connect it via Ethernet to the existing router, run the Eero setup on the app on your phone and 5 mins later, you’re good to go. It’s recommended to turn off your existing WiFi networks but I had to leave mine up for a week as eero doesn’t support WEP so I couldn’t get connected to my wireless printer and I had to wait for a new printer cable arriving in the post. I didn’t notice any real problems with having three networks on the go but I have turned the others off now anyway

Amazon Set of 2 Eero Mesh Wi-Fi Router/Extender £139.95 Delivered @ QVC (if new Use code FIVE4U to get £5 off if not using easy pay)
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these have been £69 each in the past but this is a great current price for 2 of these so i thought id post for you all This set of two Eero Wi-Fi Routers from Amazon connect to yo… Read more
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Or these


These are better value and work well.

TP-Link Archer AX11000 8-port Wireless Router £365.76 @ CCLOnline
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Main Features Wireless Type: 802.11ax Number of LAN Ports: 8 Port Speed: 10/100/1000Mbps USB Port(s): Yes WPS Support: Yes

You don't need to spend £300 on a router do that


I need something that can transmit with a link speed at 1733Mbps minimum on the 5GHz band.... Can this do that?


Any examples?


Cheaper at Scan and eBuyer


It looks like a toy XD

RAVPower FileHub - Travel Router / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS / 6700mAh Battery £32.99 Sold by SVT and Fulfilled By Amazon
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Price decreased from £34.99 to £32.99 on 27/04
Now £32.99 Nice little versatile device here - Use promo on page or apply code Y8AWF3BX during checkout, price will then drop. Free delivery for prime and non prime members. … Read more

What’s the default Wi-Fi password for this I have lost the manual can’t remember it


Is it common for this router to get hot Wells being used


Y8AWF3BX doesn't work?


And the price has gone up


Your deal heading suggests a price of £32.99 including shipping, but on the Amazon link you provide it says "£42.99 & FREE Delivery". So where do I find your £32.99 deal? There's also something strange mentioned by the product: "There is a newer model of this item: RAVPower USB C Wall Charger..." which seems to be little more than a multiple port USB charger and doesn't seem match the functionality of the product in your deal.

Ubiquiti Amplifi HD Gamer's Edition Home Router + Wifi Mesh Network £279.98 @ Scan
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Ubiquiti Amplifi HD Gamer’s Edition Home Wifi Mesh System. Same as standard white HD model, but with added latency features. Available from Standard cheapest around… Read more

I get what you’re saying, but I get/got 110+ over WiFi. If you lived local I would have loved to help you work it out, because ubiquity gear is really good stuff.


Hi there, Are we talking about the home hub 6 transfer speed I showed in a picture earlier? That was 28.8 Megabytes per second (MB), which equates to around 230mbps (mb). I can get 100-110 MBps but only with 2 devices directly wired into the router, that speed being not far off the theoretical gigabit LAN speed on my network. I felt that 28.8 MB/230mb per second over wifi wasn't a bad result! As for buying a cheap openreach modem, if I'm being honest at that point I kind of begrudged spending more money and waiting more days, even if it was only a little bit more, after spending so much already and putting in so many hours with it. Especially when I couldn't guarantee it would work for me. Also, the amplifi does have a bridge mode that is meant to run just fine - tech support agents were fully endorsing bridge mode and I believe for a time that people used to complain that bridge mode was actually faster on it? (I did try it both in and out of bridge mode though). However, that doesn't invalidate what you're saying by any means because it clearly had a great impact on your setup. I asked for suggestions and you were kind enough to give one, you couldn't have done much more. If this deal ever comes up again I reckon if you were to suggest to newcomers to get themselves a cheap openreach modem as one of the first comments, they'd benefit greatly from your experience. As for me, I went with an alternative network setup which is working great. The very lowest transfer speed I've seen is 25MB (200 Mb) per second with it, but it's nearly always higher. I'm able to gamestream in 4K and there hasn't been a single lag spike or drop. Also it's using old tech I had laying around the house, so was essentially free - which is in the HUKD spirit as a pretty good deal I suppose! At any rate, I'm happy with it. Cheers! (y)


In the nicest possible way your setup had serious issues. When you showed the BT transfer speed, IIFC, it was about 29-30mbps, why?? It should be 110-120? There won’t be a difference in this and a BT HH6 when you are in range, the HH6 is a great router but does not possess the feature set or range expandability like this does. I had this system and it was right up there. For the sake of a fiver I can’t get my head around why you didn’t just buy an original open reach modem and set it you properly like I suggested.


Thats a fair enough suggestion but I did do that - I tried tech support and the amplifi reddit. The reddit had people asking if I was 12 in response to me being reasonable, explaining the issues and my test results, but also pointing out how disappointed I was that the amplifi couldn't match a free router despite working with it for hours. Lovely. As for tech support, the agents themselves were friendly but had to pass my issue on to the developer team who were terrible! Days later, the dev team told me that the difference in speed wasn't that bad, so basically it wasn't an issue! Also, I should try wired over wireless! They might as well have told me to turn it off and on again! Plus, the ISP router was also wireless when it beat the amplifi HD. So first of all to say the difference in speed isn't that bad so it's fine? The difference -is- that bad when the amplifi is nearly £300 and the ISP router is free. When you go to tech support because your expensive equipment isn't performing as well as something free, getting a reply of "it's not that much worse" is about the worst thing you can hear. They were basically telling me to go do one! Regarding how they told me to hook everything up wired - first, the ISP router wasn't wired either. Second, when I did test everything wired up, the amplifi HD was still worse. Third, the amplifi HD is marketed as and designed to be a wireless system, that's why it comes with a couple of wireless AP points and advertises massive wifi range. It just didn't perform. Anyway. It probably sounds like I'm on some kind of weird brigade against amplifi, but I'm over it - got my refund and I'm happy with the alternative setup I put in. I was just very dissatisfied with the entire experience and thought it only fair to let people know exactly how it went. I stick by my statement that it's the most disappointing product I've ever spent money on. I've no issue with anyone who likes it, or anyone who it's working great for - my only issue is with the product and customer experience itself. There were only three positives to the entire experience - scan, who refunded me with no issues after hearing how awfully the router performed. The amplifi tech support agents (NOT the bloody developer team) who were genuinely friendly and tried to be helpful. And the people here on HUKD who were far friendlier than the amplifi reddit. Thanks to all who tried to help, if your amplifi products are working I'm glad for you and I appreciate how friendly you all were!


Post your issue on Amplifi Community and the tech support and the great guys there will get you sorted, I am sure

HooToo FileHub, Wireless Travel Router and Battery Pack £27.99 - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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The TripMate HT-TM05 is the only multi-use gadget you need when traveling or working that complements your active tech lifestyle. As a portable device, the small size hides three v… Read more

Just tested mine and I'm getting 20 on a 70Mbps BT connection. More than enough for me on a device like this. Also, it's tiny! Much more portable than I expected.


Just received this today. Set it up in bridge mode and tested the download speeds. Unfortunately only getting just over 3 Mbps whereas when I connect directly to my Virgin hub on 2.4Ghz I'm getting 54 Mbps. Tried varying distances from the hub all with same results. Think I'll be returning this back and keeping an eye out for an alternative manufacturer


Must resist, must resist..................... too late, this site is going to bankrupt me and its supposed to save me money :o


I didn't know I needed this


Great deal, but unfortunately, doesn't ship to Northern Ireland.

Google Wifi Router £129.99 / £116.99 w/new credit customers @ Very
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Google Nest Wifi Router gives you fast, reliable online access all around your home. Blanket your whole home in fast, reliable Wi-Fi and eliminate buffering in every room [1]. Str… Read more

This. The eero isn’t as good :)


I have virgin and a superhub 3 and it's generally been OK but having my partner an I working from home and my son off it's showing up the issues with it so was thinking of getting a router and the idea of adding mesh points is appealing. I can't decide between this and the cheaper eero though.


I have it and its working great now after the a few hiccups. 2 x old pc wifi cards didn't connect. Probably something to do with them being 32 bit ones. Even a replacement newer wifi card for pc's did not connect. Support was kind enough to refer me to Microsoft support 😜 Also powerline adapters wont work. So got some fast wifi usb dongles which sorted out the problem. As suggested above its better to get more routers than the points if you want more ethernet ports at both ends. Also switches to expand the 1x usuable eth ports on routers. The points dont have any. With only routers I guess you'll loose out on the google assistant that the points have. Overall satisfied with my setup now.


Utterly pointless device "i NeEd A fAsT ConEctIon 2 mY NeSt"


If you have BT FTTP broadband, you dont need a modem, you can directly connect the ethernet cable coming from the broadband box to any google home wifi or nest wifi router with following settingsPPPoE username - password - btMTU - 1580Best investment was purchasing google home wifi mesh when you have 25+ devices connecting to wifi and large to medium house to have good wifi coverage.

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