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Maplin (Wavlink) WN529A3-B AC1200 cable router (WiFi Extender) For £13.12 Delivered
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• AC1200 rated network router provides you with wireless speeds of up to 1167Mbps across dual 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz bands • WAN cable connection lets you attach this router to a stand-al… Read more

Will work a treat (y)


Right yeah that's what I clumsily meant but I assumed that it's LAN was slower than what it's capable of using WIFI which makes it no good if you're hoping to use this elsehwere in the home to achieve those higher speeds you can get on Virgin.


Broad band speed is down to what you pay for, this router will just help with spreading wifi around your home ( usually at reduced speeds to wired connection). For example our max broadband speed is 200 mb (wired) wifi varies from 20mb to 150mb depending on location around the house/ time of day.


Am I understanding this correctly, if you wanted to use this to get the best broadband WiFi speeds it just won't work but if you wanted a fast WiFi network it'd be OK?


Sorry Joe90 Guy but I don't think this is any good for your set up.

Plusnet ADSL broadband + line £18.99 pm for 12m (£10.24 pm after cashback etc)
25/04/2018Expires on 25/04/2018Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Plusnet ADSL broadband and line rental - works out at 10.24 a month if you pay your line rental upfront and claim (& receive) the 75 pounds cashback from Plusnet after they sen… Read more
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All the folk saying go faster, well that would be difficult - despite living in a large city, no BT fibre available. When BT upped price, I ditched & went mobile BB only - much faster & money saved.


I am Confucius. This is about the same price I got PlusNet ADSL for and it was a bit cheaper than my current//previous. provider. At near £10 a period at it's cheapest with cashback it's a billy bargain. My speeds are more than twice my last ADSL "20mbps" provider .Reliability has been excellent. I've hardly ever had a problem with PlusNet ADSL and I've had them for at least 6? years over the last 20 and they have been exceptional. They date from the 90s I used to use them for dialup. This is an amazing bargain and if you don't have broadband you should sign up for the year and further I don't need fibre speeds so I don't pay for them. Please trust me on this one if anything, it's a DEAL. It's a good deal edit: I mine NIMIQ and sometimes ETH and this is plenty fast enough brethren


Fair price for an average product ... If all you do is basic surfing and dont stream loads of.movies thos should be fine..customer service rating is excellent and openreach seem to perform well for issues with bt group companies.... Probably want to go for something a bit quicker if your pc mining bit coins while your at


"or use your own (SKY dont allow this)." You can use your own router with sky adsl, I don't think it is even against their T&C anymore, this username works on sky ADSL, , password: password - anything will probably do. You would need to plug in the sky router if you need support. You can also use your own router on Sky fibre, just configure it for DHCP option 61, although I think it may be a breach of their T&Cs. I'm currently paying £20 for now fibre, which is sky broadband, and using my own router.


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RAVPower FileHub Plus, Wireless Travel Router, SD Card Reader USB Portable Hard Drive Companion, DLNA NAS Sharing Media Streamer 6000mAh External Battery Pack (Not a Hotspot) £27.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
I've just purchased one of these hubs, after seeing an offer on Amazon (redeem promotional offer under £39.99 price to reduce it to £27.99). It's a bargain price!
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Unfortunately no good as a nas for a pc only allows copying files no playback. Good for tablets android etc in a hotel but that's it. For a cheap Nas at home pi is the best cheap solution


The promotion has gone now.


Promo not working should be expired


Router, card reader, HDD, media steamer - does it do the dishes as well?


I've added the promo and it says "voucher added" but still shows as £39.99 at checkout. How did you get the offer to activate.

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Best price for devolo dLAN 500 Wi-Fi Powerline Network Kit (triple pack) £69.97 @ Amazon
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

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


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


better value buying 2 of these at 24.99 each (D-Link PowerLine DHP-601AV/B AV2 1000 Mbps)


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

Maplin Extra Long Life Alkaline 40 AA and 20 AAA Combo Pack £4.50 (Available for delivery) / ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band Gigabit WiFi Router £209.48 @ Maplin
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Great price for these batteries, which can be delivered at the moment :) Wifi router:
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I reckon prior to their imminent 'woes', Royal Mail was probably their (more costlier) vehicle of choice and all that?. But in light of 'current events', then ... As Ce-Lo once sang in this smash hit song 'Forget You', where he said: "Just because I don't drive a Ferrari, doesn't mean I can't get you there?". Every little helps and all that?. :-)


WOW!. You originally bought a massive stash before the last 'Empire' went to pot (Woolworths). And now you're buying another stash and this current 'Empire' too (Maplins) is going to pot ... Maybe that's a 'sign' for you there somewhere, perhaps?, hehehehehe. ;-)


Arrived today (20 April) by Hermes - not Royal mail as stated by Maplin. Best before on AA batteries - 2023 and for 9V batteries - 2022.


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Linksys EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 Simultaneous Tri-Band Wi-Fi Broadband Router - £88.98 @ Amazon
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
WORKS WITH AMAZON ECHO: Ask Alexa to turn on Guest network or retrieve your password INTELLIGENT TRI-BAND ROUTER with "Quad-Core" CPU and 3 offload processors to boost performance… Read more

I don't think so.


Nice to see a router with decent lightning conductors on it.


That's to buy off Ebuyer, u can still select amazon but its out of stock at the min


Glad I purchased when I did. Price has increased to £95. Thanks OP, voted hot.


Seems odd that you spend money to get a secure router, and then let amazon have access to change setitngs.

Edimax RG21S AC2600 MU-MIMO Gigabit Router / Access Point (Wave 2) £64.98 @ Ebuyer (see comment 1 for Edimax RE11S whole home Extender £44.99)
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
AC2600 High-Speed Concurrent Dual-Band Beamforming Technology Multi-Device (MU-MIMO) Smart Roaming Detailed review:… Read more
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Keep us updated with your progress please; I've purchased this router but am a bit of a newbie with all this stuff so any information you can provide would be very helpful!


Does the router you received have the latest Edimax firmware installed? You may have to go to the Edimax website to obtain it. I owned an Edimax router in the past. Edimax customer service were rather helpful when I initially had an issue. That router lasted for several years. I don't own the router in this deal. The international review I found said it was good, especially for 2.4Hz wifi. Could you just have received a dud? I think the Edimax router I had, it had to reboot when updating and saving settings but you could make all the changes before saving and rebooting; instead of having to do one at a time.


So just an update, I had this come through yesterday. The range is awful, I've seen £20 routers go double what this will. Even the stock BT router will go further than this. The firmware itself, is also awful, even things like changing the time make the firmware want to reboot, which is a shame because of the chipset itself is decent and other OEMs have much nicer firmware on the same chipset. That said, there's a serial interface on the board (which getting to is a pita) so I'm going to try and port OpenWRT, but I left my GPIO pins at work.


Exactly. Stock firmware on these cheap boxes is usually unusable. Even netgear r7000, which seemed like a premium model, was unusable before installing 3rd party rom.


Are there any third party firmwares for this? Edit: So no, but OpenWRT/DD-WRT does support this SoC, so that's my weekend sorted.

Linksys WRT32X AC3200 WI-FI Gaming Router for £154.98 delivered @ eBuyer
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Lowest ever price on this gaming router :) Gain a competitive edge over your online gaming opponents with the Linksys WRT32X gaming router. Equipped with enterprise-grade hardwa… Read more
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If you're serious about quality of service the first thing you do is go wired, with 5g as a last resort. A £10 Edimax on a wired connection will outperform this on 2.4g WiFi in a built up area with idiots using channels outside 1/6/11.


Out of interest, do you have a router that you recommend? I have 350mb broadband but the ISP router is shocking. I am currently using an Asus instead, it works really well but is capped at 200mb. I may as well get what I'm paying for. I've looked everywhere but as you say, there's a lot of snake oil out there.


The gamer market is a great place to sell snake oil at inflated price, this is just a general router, that they rebranded and added the word ‘gaming’ and it is not a particularly good router, well no better than all the rest. So Linksys wins bragging rights for getting to market with the first contiguous 160 MHz router. But as I've pointed out many times in this review, this isn't a particularly useful innovation unless you buy two WRT3200ACMs and use one as a bridge. In the end, the WRT3200ACM is an expensive AC1900 router at $250, with wireless performance generally comparable to other AC1900 class routers. Its main competitive weakness is that it didn't produce downlink throughput as high as other products with strongest signals, which caused it to rank lower.

Parkside Clamping & Sawing Guide Rail £9.99 Lidl
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
If you like me have a jigsaw or circular saw and can't cut a straight line why not try this. a four foot long straight edge that clamps and can pivot I'm sure you can find more us… Read more
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They do. The idea is so simple its brilliant (y) I use a small one about 1 1/2 foot with a bit of wood screwed underneath at 90 degrees for quickly cutting/squaring the ends on bits of wood/cladding etc.


Thanks, I'm going to make one of these, could save a lot of time and effort. (y)


^^ Jus sayin' ;) Saves the mental effort of calculating your blade offset as well, clamp it right at the cut line and go... :)


You could just use a 1200mm level clamped to the plywood sheet as it will do the same job as this clamp from Lidl, that's what I used to do until I got myself a plunge saw with guide rails


Yes, that was the very reason I asked my question above and, judging by the replies, the answer is no. It seems it will only take a workpiece of about 100cm (1000mm) and an 8 x 4 sheet is 2440mm x 1220mm. A pity, because most of the things I cut come in 8 x 4 sheets.

RAVPower FileHub Plus,Wireless Travel Router, SD Card Reader / USB Portable Hard Drive Companion, DLNA/NAS Sharing Media Streamer -Includes 6700mah Power Bank - £27.99 del w/ promo - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Hey all. Saw this on hukd hack in December didn't actually get around to purchasing but it seems to be back and at a better price with the promo applied. Haven't looked into other … Read more

Just bought this a week ago for £37, any chance I can get the diffence back, never done this sorta thing before espically with "fulfilled by" items.


Hi! Prior to posting I searched all ravpower active deals, this item wasn't shown. I can see site admin revived a thread of this item from January at roughly the same time I posted this. Sorry if it's a duplicate.


Can you install a vpn on it? Lots of people on windscribe deal would like it if so for their tv and firestick etc to get netflix us.


I tried this and had Chromecast issues when browsing media from an iPhone or iPad on the TV. My Android phone was OK with it though.


It's currently on the front page, didn't spot the date.

Makita MT36011 1/4" Router £48.99 Argos C&C
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
This is on clearance, checked my own postcode and stock available for C&C, possible delivery in other areas. The blue version of this is about £130. Still eligible for Makita's… Read more
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Thanks mate


I think it's fair to say you won't get anything better for the money, or anywhere near it. I think you'd struggle to even get a crappy no-brand one at this price. I've got the blue version (at nearly three times the price) and I can't see much difference to be honest- it looks the same, same specs, etc. It's a good size as well- to my mind there's no point having a 1/4" router that's a big as a 1/2".


Just picked my one up Still have 30 days to return can someone suggest if this is a good buy


I went to change a cutter once without unplugging it, and somehow knocked the power button. That's something you only do once :o


Exactly. Ive been working wood my whole life and don't blink using most machines but routers and spindle moulders scare the sheet out of me. Most cutting tools sever, routers just mangle stuff. Its not getting sown back on

TP-Link AD7200 Multi-Band Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit Cable Gaming Router - £319.99 + £10 gift card with home del. over £200 @ Currys
Found 26th MarFound 26th Mar
Amazon and Currys have the same price for the TP-Link AD7200 router BUT Currys has a reward of a free £10 gift card with home deliverys over £200 via VoucherCloud . + factor in th… Read more

Thats some price and while wireless if great for some devices for gaming i always used wired i wish some of these routers have more ports 4 is not enough for me


Wth what speeds are you guys actually getting with this


Could do with a few more antenna's :D On a serious note it's better to have a few quality antenna's rather than lots of silly little one's. I've had best results from routers with removable aerials which I replaced with one or two quality one's. This has achieved brilliant results.


Not sure how useful a wireless ad router is considering the lack of support for it and considering wireless ax is upcoming and more likely to be implemented in smartphones and such.

TP-Link AC3200 router £99.98 Amazon
Found 26th MarFound 26th Mar
50% off rrp

I'm currently with these guys They've basically attached something to the side of my flat and the router connects directly to it without a phone line. Unfortunately I can't get fibre to my house as my cabinet is full... Openreach have said that there will be more capacity added over the summer but that remains to be seen.


I can't tell much about this particular router, but I can recommend another tp link product. Archer vr900 v2 - this is modem/router so even better. I was about to wire my whole house, but decided to give it a go. Not a single issue with WiFi since I bought it. I'm watching 50GB 4k films over WiFi (from pc to Shield) without any buffering at all, playing online games, watching Netflix, p2p, all at the same time.


Have you considered wiring it? You are likely to get a much steadier level of service. There's a helpful article here


Don't bother, it's **, kept losing signal so sent it back.


Anything with 5GHz capability should be more stable, if you're not already using it. Which provider are you with?

TP-Link AC3200 Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit Cable Gaming Router - £99.98 @ Amazon
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
TP-Link AC3200 Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit Cable Gaming Router - £99.98 @ Amazon

why expired? still this price. And good price


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NowTV Broadband Offers now Live: 17Mbps Unlimited £15 per month including Line Rental / Fibre up to 38Mbps £20 Per month / Fibre up to 76Mbps £30 Per Month (12 months - £9.99 router fee) @ NowTV
24/05/2018Expires on 24/05/2018Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
NowTV have just launched their Spring Sale Broadband offers, with some great monthly prices for standard broadband and fibre. Brilliant Broadband Up to 17Mbps including Line… Read more
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Same for me


It's showing £18 for me now


is there a thread for this like you did with the sim only deals? @msmyth i am moving house hopefully in a few months' time and i want to keep an eye for these awesome deals.


Fab fibre went live this morning immediately after bt shut their fibre down, it came live without a glitch, wifi solid 40mbps down 10 up with pings in the teens, it is ok with me. The only potential £75 fly in the ointment, is that Quidco status is still "claim processing". "Status update 26 Mar 18 The retailer will process your claim in due course. We'll be in touch as soon as we have any further updates." I ordered it on 22nd March. Given the setup account page at signup has the note "in partnership with quidco" on it, I can't see how they can avoid paying. We shall see.


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Festool OF 1010 EBQ-Plus GB Wood 1/4" Router 240V - £309 @ Amazon
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Significant saving on the usual price. I paid £349 last year. Only four left. Yes you can get a router for £34.90, and no it isn't gigabit or even fast ethernet and I don't think … Read more
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Not sure what the graphs you use add to the posts both your and others. Taken on their own they have little validity, and are abstract at best with no credit of reference given to the original source, not looking for Harvard referencing but some kind of acknowledgement to the source you seem to rely on so heavily might be useful.


That big handle looks like it could be a pain and might get in the way, looking to get a new 1/4" router as my brace of old ELU mof 96's are on their last legs.


Yes that's what I was thinking as a 1/4" tends to not have the depth of plunge for worktops etc but the 1/2" is a lot heavier and bulky for fine work.


Added heat just for the brand, outstanding.


Depends what you're using it for. I tend use my 1/4" the most personally, but a 1/2" is better under a table, and better for doing kitchen worktop joints really.

Trend 35 Piece 1/2" Router Cutter Set £52.94 Delivered @ ITS
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Cheapest I have found this so far (though admittedly not by much). Still, at £1.50 a cutter that's Trend for Silverline prices, so a bargain if you ask me.
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Woops - thanks. I'll remove my comment!


You could look at this as 1.50 a cutter which is good, or you could look at it as 53 quid for the 3 out of the set that you ever use.


No VAT included - £47.99 inc VAT + £4.95 delivery = £52.94


This is showing at £39.99 plus £4.95 delivery (unless you don't live on the mainland) = £44.94 Heated.


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Asus DSL-AC88U Modem £189.99 at VERY
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Not a bad deal for a very capable router. Not seen a price reduction on this recently.
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It's utterly hopeless. The firmware was getting worse, it couldn't hang on to ADSL sync, and eventually it gave up trying. I slung it back to Amazon for a refund. Asus' non-DSL routers are excellent - their DSL ones are complete rubbish.


Recommended VDSL modem router with in built VPN. Been using since launch and ASUS have been good at firmware fixes for bugs that I've reported on ASUSTECH forum


Nice find If you have prime. Mine arrived yesterday less than 24 hours from ordering from very (if you go for the free click and collect service). Super happy with it. Amazingly i have gone from a 25 mb connection to 35! WiFi is miles better and so far no disconnects. It looks cool but it is on the large size!


You can get it for the same price from Amazon, if you have Amazon prime,and using prime now at the top of the page,and delivered today with a 2 hour time slot.Mine is coming between 6-8pm tonight. George


Just a bug in firmware, have to disable 'airtime fairness' under professional wireless settings and all good.

Original Xiaomi Mi WiFi Router 3A 64MB, 1167Mbps 802.11ac Dual Band, White £21.49 @ Gearbest
Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
Experience smoother HD streaming and online gaming with this high-performance Original Xiaomi Mi WiFi Dual-band Wireless Router 3A . It comes with the latest 802.11ac WiFi tec… Read more



I'm gonna put it out there; The only people I know that use networked storage devices at home are IT geeks.


I did, I always do. It's why I'm so good at my job. Cheerio! (highfive)


In other words, you finally realised you were literally arguing nothing this whole time, but rather than admit your mistake you're still trying to save face. You may well be right that NAS devices are more common than I'm making out, but you made this a technical argument about absolutely nothing. Read what people write before replying next time.


Wow. I'm bored now. You obviously just don't have that much exposure to or experience with tech. Saying NAS devices aren't that common is just laughable. I'll say no more on the subject.

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