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TP-Link Archer C9 AC1900 Dual Band Wireless Gigabit Cable Gaming Router (Used - Like New) £58.59 @ Amazon warehouse
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Used - Like New - £58.59 Item will come in original packaging. Packaging will be damaged. Amazon NEW - £99.99
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then the measuring system is insufficient or there is a fault on the wired connection, it doesn't take much to realise that the level of encryption and compression on a wifi vs a wired connection cannot happen instantaneuosly.


The settings arent as comprehensive as the ones you quoted, but I think you are mistaken with them being direct competitors; at launch they were double the price of the TPL variants this is based on; and the Asus had loads of problems that made them very unstable for over a year after launch. As for weak wifi, it is a mantra I've kept hearing in reviews of TPL gear, going back a decade; but is it? I can connect to my parents Archer VR200 AC750 (the baby of the range) from 200 metres away; across a busy road, a carpark, and a childrens play area filled with metal climbing frames - bog standard set up and a cheap Xiaomi phone


I measured it in-game, over a couple of hours; game pings vary quite a lot (connection to a US server), but the min ping was the same for both. Also tested static to a local ping test server and also the same results over multiple tests with both. YES radio interference can affect Wifi, I had it myself with older "Draft N" gear, but then it was a very severe problem that also took out TV AND radio. So yes, if you get a lot of local RF noise, Wifi isnt the best, but no, the actual latency, ping etc under normal conditions was the same. OLDER routers with older chipsets DID have an issue with the wifi connection latency being higher than ethernet; which is where all this "wifi is no good for gaming" came from.


I had one and yes it was reliable, however the software is very limited in what you could do with it compared to on paper and at launch price direct competitors, eg Netgear R7000 and Asus A68U. Apart from the very early ones there's, or at least was, very little you can do about it as flashing with something more useful gives you a good chance of ending up with a brick. Wifi was also surprisingly weak compared to the R7000 that replaced it.



Linksys MAX-STREAM EA7500 AC1900 MU-MIMO Gigabit Wi-Fi Wireless Router - £47.98 @ Amazon
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
seems like a great deal for a top rated router. buy from amazon for £47.89 and usually dispatched 1-3 months or buy from ebuyer for £51.57 both are good prices Delivers Next-Ge… Read more
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Really no need to bring colour into it mate.


Going to wait for black Friday as on the look out for a good router. By the comments above doesn't sound like this is the one.


I'm in the market for a new access point but there's a lot of reviews suggesting that this is a bit of a dog. Sadly a poor product, sold cheaply, is still a poor product.


No his deal went cold, was that not clear.. I'm surprised so many people didn't know what I was referring to.. :/


Did he die or sutin?

D-Link AC3150 MU-MIMO Ultra Wi-Fi Router £153.49 Delivered at Box
28/10/2018Expires on 28/10/2018Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Serious bit of kit, if you are looking to upgrade your home WiFi, this AC3150 router should be capable of handling even the busiest home networks without fuss. Dual-band Wire… Read more

I just ended up buying this router. It is pretty cheap and obviously not as good as ones others have mentioned but seems to be fine. Any views on this model?


Ditto the ASUS RT AC 86u. I have one and its awesome. it is the best router you can buy under £200 in terms of performance and features.


Can’t comment on this particular router, but I’ve had many netgear, linksys, drink and tplink routers in the past, all with problems. Now using an asus ac86 and wish I had paid the extra for asus years ago. Absolutely rock solid, doesn’t require rebooting once a week like most others (daily for a couple of the linksys ones), can handle loads of connections (both physical and ip connections) without getting choked, has a fast enough processor for vpn, rock solid WiFi, and can be expanded using other asus products to create a mesh network. I am of the opinion that it’s probably the best router money can buy, short of going for enterprise grade kit.


Some one should contact Frontier Developments, someone has stolen the Cobra Mk3 design!


Does this have any form of QoS packet prioritizing like 'Killer'. It's a must have for gaming.

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TP-Link TL-WR810N V2 300Mbps WiFi Pocket Router/AP/TV Adapter/Repeater £19.99 7dayShop (Save £10)
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
Supplied brand new in sealed retail packaging with ethernet cable included and a reassuring manufacturers 2 year warranty, Pocket size, Ideal for both home / office and also travel… Read more

Great to make your old style hive hub wireless


I've got the older version of this, and it's great! We only have ethernet into our office, so I bought one of these, and can connect wirelessly to the network no problem!


I have Virgin so I have to connect my Virgin box to my Virgin router. Which means it needs to be close to the tv. I have multiple smart hubs connected to it. Taking space at the tv. can I plug this in the hall way and plug 2 hubs into it? Just to save space round the tv? or possibly under the stairs or will that give the hubs a poor signal


as said above, depends on how weak it is, as if it cannot pick up the signal it cannot boost it. i ended up using the TPLink wireless power line adapter for another room as the wireless signal just wasn't strong enough to boost. the TPLink power line kit i used allowed me to clone the existing wifi setup. then using an Ethernet cable from router to power line in the front room, this connected to the wireless extender in the bedroom (which had been cloned so looked like the existing setup) connected and just worked. so i have 1 ssid between 2 AP's using the power lines. sounds like hard work, but once you get your head around it, worked really well. and the signal is really strong thoughout the house now


To be clear, any data sent to this device will be sent over wifi from this device to your home router. That means if the signal is weak in that area this device will offer no benefit, it's using the same wifi signal you would be if you connected your device to your home router's wifi network. The one advantage it may have is that it's a dedicated device so can have better bigger antennas than for instance those found in your mobile phone. As for using this as a wifi client and having it provide connectivity to other devices over ethernet, yup that'd work.

D-Link DIR-869 EXO AC1750 Wireless Dual-Band Router - £64.95 @ Amazon / Dispatched and sold by BESTBUYIT
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Normally sell for around £99.99 on Amazon, SCAN etc, bought mine a while back at £84.99 and been made up with it since, plug in and you are done! Found this while looking for one f… Read more
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For those who don't want to spend that much. Original Xiaomi WiFi 3G Router Extender Repeater 1167Mbps 2.4G 5GHz Dual Band Wi-fi 128MB Flash ROM 256MB Support APP Control


I think you should have gone to specsavers😏


I can tell the difference


Looks decent and can be setup with a vpn! perfect!!!


Belkin AC1900 Wireless Dual Band AC+ Gig Gaming Router (Sold by eBuyer on Amaz)
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Edit: it works out at just under £24 delivered from eBuyer: Sold on Amazon by eBuyer for £22.49. Unsure … Read more
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Received it today. Very impressed (going in with very low expectation). :) Wifi speed went from 30MB to about 73MB (out of 76). Now I have 3 APs (5Ghz, 2.4Ghz, and Guest). Will put Alexa onto 2.4, everything else needing speed onto 5Ghz.


Ah, I had this router and it was not all that. It functions as a wired router pretty well, but for wireless it kinds sucks and the usb port on it is pretty useless. It can only handle 500 or 5000 files (cant remember exactly its been a year since i used it) but it would always crash every time that i treid to load something from a drive.


Interestingly yodal tried to deliver today. Couldn't find the address as usual. (lol) Hope to get it tomorrow.


Maybe, I was under the impression that powerline adapters don't work well across different rings but apparently they actually do! I'll pick up some powerline adapters, thank you for prompting me to take another look at them.


Wouldn't powerline be better for that than wifi (unless you have electrically noisy mains appliances, which could degrade performance), such as the gigabit ones posted earlier (unfortunately only one port and no wifi AP)

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Workzone 500W Palm Router £24.99 @ Aldi
Found 30th SepFound 30th Sep
Once more a tool i don't need but wont. but winter is on its way and i can now do all those little diy jobs I promise to do during summer but never got round to it like tidy up my… Read more
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Can you pick these up in store?

Casinodancer Buy this and a F bit


Some very helpful replies in here helping edanfalls out. How kind.


I think it will be ok for that mate. It is small and accurate, its ability to plunge properly with speed will be its deciding factor.


It's a similar price for just the jig, but you can get jigs specifically for this purpose, that come with their own forstner bit. They work with a standard power drill. If that's all you need it for, it'll probably do a better job - worked really well for me and lets you easily get them in exactly the right place etc.

Only British Gas Customers (may work for non-BG customers with voucher code) - Sky Fibre Unlimited- includes line rental and Sky Talk Anytime for £25pm for 18 months (£9.95 router fee)- PLUS £100 prepaid MasterCard
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Got an email for this good offer for those who missed out on the previous one a week back. This is for British Gas customers ONLY. Check your email for the link. ENDS: 27th Septe… Read more

The code worked for me and they are able to keep my phone number from VM


Shall I take the bait? I left Sky to go to TalkTalk. Luckily, TalkTalk term is finished now. Any recommendations? Is this "Sky Talk Anytime" part of the package? So I'd get the Fibre broadband and Anytime Talk? EDIT: I decided to just try it anyway. I entered the code and received this message: We do not recognise the offer associated with the code you've entered. Please check that you have entered the offer code correctly. Turns out the code didn't work... Or so I thought. I thought I'd try and see what would happen if I'm not signed in and they can't use cookies/cache or whatever it is they use, so I decided to try it with incognito and turns out it works fine (except that they said they're not able to have me keep my number, and they'll provide my new home number in writing.) Is this meant to happen or is this shady? I need help with this... Can some form of action be carried out?


GETSKYBB2 offer code not recognised by Sky ??


What about existing customers. £100 gift card not overly important to me with this deal.


Seems like a good deal to me, even without the £100 cashback card

BT Superfast Fibre Broadband inc Line Rental - £29.99 per month on a 18mo contract (£9.99 Router fee) PLUS £100 Mastercard Reward Card PLUS £40 M&S Voucher (effective £22.21pm) Live Midnight @ BT Broadband
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Just got the word that BT are launching some fresh offers at midnight, with their Fibre essential deal offering not only a £100 Mastercard Reward Card, but a £40 M&S voucher al… Read more

Already had super fast 2 at £40 a month and they sent me a price rise letter so put cancellation in, told them I was going to Virgin who were offering 350mbps on a rolling monthly contract for £44.99 (student deal but no student evidence required). Called BT back 2 days before it was due to cancel and they offered me Ultrafast Fibre 2 Plus for £44.99 - they said it was the closest they could offer to the Virgin deal as they couldn’t give me a rolling monthly contract.




I’ve just managed to get them down to £44.99 a month.


I can only see anywhere near this on £70 mastercard £40 M&S £40 quidco, but its the 52mb download product not the 38mb product on this thread. But with £120 cashback tcb and £40 giftcard on the 38mb product there isnt a lot to choose between them


OP where did you hear about this deal? I can't find it

Netgear AC 2300 Nighthawk Wireless Router £109.99 @ Argos
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
This is the R7000P Nighthawk Wireless Router. AC2300 Wi-Fi—600+1625 Mbps speeds MU-MIMO— Simultaneous streaming of data to multiple devices Dynamic QoS—Prioritises network traf… Read more
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expired :|


I would also change the dns setting once you are up and running from virgin, some ports are blocked at certain times and stop you watching what you want through smart tv


Remember to put SH in modem mode. Turn off SH. Connect Nighthawk via lowest Ethernet and turn on. Then turn on SH with no other ethernets. SH should go pink and then internet works on NH.


Easy guys, modem mode on the Super Hub and the router does the rest. Really good app for your computer as well to manage the network, and diagnose when things go wrong (usually Virgin’s fault) highly recommend!


These should be £50 then, not more than double that!

NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 WiFi Modem Router - AC 1900, Dual-band - £89.99 @ Argos
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
Mixed comments on previous deals posted but with latest firmware I think most of the bugs have been ironed out. No doubt there are cheaper/better non-modem routers out there but I… Read more
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You just need a router. The fiber broadband modem will be fine but you can use it in "Modem" mode (tells the modem to not broadcast a wireless signal) and connect one port from the back of it to your new router. You can use just a router or if you decide to buy a modem/router you will need to switch it to Bridged mode which tells the modem/router that it only needs to work as a router and the internet connection will be coming from the Zen modem that it's connected to.


not sure how to find this option?


Does your modem/router have a modem mode? That would be simpler


Maybe a silly question but I have fibre broadband with Zen, my router is an Asus Ac68u Modem router! I have a big problem with the wifi dropping out and i'm looking for a better router! Does it have to be a Modem Router or just a Router and what is the best most reliable ones out there please


Went to Argos on Sunday to pick one up. However after half an hour of being messed about they said they couldn't find it,looks like I had a lucky escape. Went to Currys yesterday and after some debating and somewhat reluctance got them to price match. So far so good, no dropped connections, very solid. Connection has improved and no longer getting dropped connections like I was with the Openreach modem on Plusnet. However someone could have mentioned that this thing is Humongous! Why so big? (shock)

Original Xiaomi Mi 4C Wireless Router 2.4GHz / 300Mbps WHITE £14.16 @ Gearbest
Shipping from CNShipping from ChinaFound 31st AugFound 31st Aug
Specifications General Brand: Xiaomi Type: Router … Read more

I've found the little Xaiomi usb wifi hot-spot to be great for plugging dead spots. Only 2.4ghz but a rocksteady connection.


Yea, but don't see much advantage in replacing it. You can set this up in bridge or repeater mode if you want your WiFi signal to reach more area. I have the previous version and using it as a wifi repeater to a room at the far end of the property. Impressed for the price.


Can this just be plugged in to replace a sky Q router as they’re terrible.


Can the firmware be flashed on this?


If your internet connection is a generic ADSL, those 300Mbps are useless. You won't get a faster internet but you will get a faster connection between devices in your network. Make sure you have a WiFi card that supports 300Mbps on all devices to benefit from that speed.

Sky Fibre Unlimited - Including Line rental and Sky Talk £25pm for 18 months PLUS £100 Prepaid Mastercard (£9.95 Router fee) @ Sky
Refreshed 1st SepRefreshed 1st Sep
Nice little fibre offer from Sky gone live today, giving you their Fibre Unlimited Package for £25 a month (Normally £38) Line rental and Sky Talk are Included, PLUS a £100 Prepai… Read more

Not had the card yet no, tried chatting online but got nowherr


REF THE QUIDCO DEAL DID ANYONE SCREENSHOT the deals page back when this deal started please?? I inadvertantly switched to Quidco I think when checking the deals and figured they were the same as TCB, but in fact the prices weredifferent I discovered when i went back to check.., so if anyone has the original deals listed I'd appreciate it?? I ordered originally Sky fibre unlimitedwith phone line, so thats really the deal I entered under Quidco, However I later added TV install as it was cheaper to do so after joining, by £5 per month :D and also had tried to get the all calls addon for £2, but despite thedeal page active date changing every week, it actually says offer not available(it was an email offer to original non phone people so to be fair wasn't likely to, but I then added the all calls for the std. £8 per month also so the deal price im after is those two please.. Sky fibre unlimited with phone , and sky fibre unlimited with phone and TV (This is what i ended up with , but i think would discount me from the actual quidco offer??) I still purchased the correct qualifying offer at the time .. Secondly, can anyone else confirm that the £100 prepaid card offer doesn't show up in your offers section on sky untill the 30 day qualifying period is up?? or is it supposed to be there just unclaimable for the 30 days +?? mine doesnt show at the moment?? (This is when logging in to ) Thanks in hope :) mine is also still tracking at £6 and £17 Tracked?? any improvement on this ?


Quidco seem to have a cashback of 75 quid plus there is a 10 quid bonus - if both pays out works out pretty cheap - anyone tried and it tracked ok for them?




Mine tracked at point of purchase 2 months ago but nothing other than that I'm afraid. There is a £10 TV & Broadband bonus offer on Quidco until 11.59 on Sunday just shown up today.

NETGEAR Nighthawk D7000 WiFi Modem Router - AC 1900, Dual-band - £99.99 @ Currys
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
needed a new modem/router, just ordered Netgear D7000 for under £100.

Seems many are buying routers separately. Sorry for my ignorance, but can some one explain how better these routers are compared to the ones provided by ISP providers. I got a BT Smart hub. Can someone explain please or share a link with the comparision?


Its different device. D7000 has modem part built it which is important aspect of the purchase.


I've been running one for 3 years now. Its pretty good. It allows you to get rid of the modem part and have all in one device. First I run it with Plusnet, then starting this year I switched to Vodafone broadband - no problem. I've got several devices connected to it, like desktop, laptops, phones, home media server and 2 tv boxes and a few smart home devices (including Raspberry Pi as a Homebridge server for them drawing power from the router's build in USB port). I have it configured to allow fixed IPs for some devices. At times I connect extender when I want to use the net in the garden. I must say despite occasional reboot maybe every couple of weeks (this may be actually due to provider) I can recommend this router. It outperforms the my ISPs dumb routers and preforms really well. Also got phone app which allows to remotely manage it which is pretty useful.


Doesn't apply. Custom firmware is usually only available for routers only. This is a modem router


For owners of D7000 I honestly recommend firmware - it looks much better than original one and has plenty of features not available in the stock firmware: VPNs, WOL, easy to use blocking. It maxes out on Virgin 300MBit so a great replacement for Virgin SuperHub 3 (use modem mode). Never hangs (v2) and I have it for about a year.

D-Link EXO AC2600 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router £82.49 Delivered @ eBuyer
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Decent price drop on this, and worth considering if you need a blazing fast router. Four 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, and concurrent dual-band wireless for connections u… Read more

I bought this a few weeks back as I was getting fed up with the constant drop in WiFi connection from the VM super hub. And it has fixed it. Great Router


i cancelled an order for this a few weeks a go at £49. I should have kept the order. I wanted VDSL


Would it be worth getting this for just the fast ethernet or would a cheaper VDSL model do if wireless is not required?


Also available on Amazon for the same price: D-Link DIR-882 AC2600 EXO MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router D-Link EU website link:

NETGEAR R7000P Nighthawk Dual-Band AC2300 (2.3 Gbps) Smart Wi-Fi Router at Amazon for £99.99
Found 29th AugFound 29th Aug
Description Product Description Built with gaming, streaming and mobile devices in mind, the NETGEAR R7000P Nighthawk AC2300 simultaneous dual-band Wi-Fi broadband router supports … Read more
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whats bad about this one? budget is £100 ish if you suggest anything


I ask cos I'm on BT 52mb and we use loads of devices inc Sam knows white box. Connection speed magnificent around house also using just normal BT router


Do you reallllyyyy notice £100's difference?


I've had this nighthawk with cfw running my entire house hold. The kids 4 tablets mine and the wife's phones. Smart home assistant and Nvidia shield running premium IPTV 24/7. Consoles and numerous other devices on a daily base it never skips a beat I had one crash in 3 years and it was down to virgin media coming out or modem mode. I highly recommend it and the circle app for it is excellent being able to turn of internet per device at will great for limiting the kids screen time.

NETGEAR R8000 Nighthawk Router - £149.99 @ Amazon
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
NETGEAR R8000 Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band AC3200 (3.2 Gbps) Smart Wi-Fi Router - Circle Parental Controls and Alexa enabled - £149.99 @ Amazon
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This or the x4s which is better again for super hub 3


It's horrendous. Slow UI built in Javascript, visible password entry, very few features, a nasty workaround required to set the same SSID on 2.4GHz and 5GHz etc. I was clamouring for a separate router within 5 minutes. As a modem it's just about acceptable. I have the Netgear R7800 connected to it and a Netgear R6400 at the back of the house both running DD-WRT and they thankfully allow me to forget the SH3 is there.


Well had mine 5 months (all new hardware, new cable down road etc..) and it died, currently been without home Internet for 4 days. Besides that it has some serious software issues, just look up the latency spike issue on the virgin media forums.


My hub 3 has also been really good. Outs needed a few reboots in couple of years, that's about it


What's wrong with the super Hub 3? Mine is rock solid

TP-Link Archer C1200 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router, 4 Gigabit LAN Ports, 1 USB Port, 3 External Antennas Boost Wi-Fi Speeds up to 300 Mbps + 867 Mbps £44.99 @ Amazon
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Enjoy smooth online gaming and video streaming with dual band 1200 Mbps Wi-Fi Three external antennas greatly expand wireless coverage Beamforming technology delivers highly effici… Read more

Yes your correct the amazon link is for the 3c version which i wouldn't bother with. the aliexpress link seems to be for the 3g version by the specs, but is titled just 3, but it is the English version which is nice, no problem with the Chinese version which i have, as I just use the app to set up the router which comes in English, you can also use translate in chrome once set up.


That's about £33 delivered from the FE. Get it from Amazon instead for under £25 in a few days: - my bad, it's not the same one, is it? Just over £22 delivered from Aliepress - this appears to be the same one? I've heard it doesn't work with all ISP-supplied routers, so definitely get it from Amazon for the easy returns at the very least!

ws007 if you can wait


there`s not many scenarios where the average user needs gigabit speed ports


No Gigabit ports :(

BT Whole Home Wi-Fi System Trio 3-Pack £144.49 w/ Voucher + Free C&C (poss. £127.15 after 12% Santander Cashback)
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Edit: back in stock! New 15% code for this month is TELSEP18 . I was still looking for a better deal for this mesh network and found it for £169 from Robert Dyas. Searched for a… Read more

No worries! (y)

D'oh, didn't think it would be that simple! - cheers!


You tried TELSEP18?

Darn, see the voucher's expired now :(


Can Ton connect switch to bt home disk

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