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Reduced TP-Link LB110 Smart LED Wi-Fi Light Bulb - £18 instore @ Sainsbury's (Romford)
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I don't know if this is a great deal, I searched on my phone for a cheaper price but this seemed good. Sorry about the pic quality. (Works with Alexa and Google Assistant, B22 B… Read more
EXCELLENT price on the only bulb out there you don't need a damned hub to use

I got one on ebay for about this price, and now wish I'd bought more!

works great with google home mini
lights on/off
dim lights (hey google, play barry white and dim the lights - works a treat )
make lights brighter

using IFTTT I set it to turn on in case my nest protect detected smoke or carbon monoxide

can't say enough good things about TPlink, their kasa app, the HS110 smartplugs, the LB110 smart bulbs. I just wish that their kasa cam was already available in the UK - US only for now, and according to a review don't buy it from amazon.com because even if you get it in the UK it won't work yet for some reason (region restriction?)

IMO LB100 that doesn't dim wasn't good enough, LB120 that 'tunes' the white colour wasn't a useful/necessary feature to me, and LB130 that changes colour also wasn't useful
IKEA Tradfri dimmer kit is cheaper at £15 (and works without a hub) but I found the battery life in the dimmer to be very poor.
They were £20 in Sainsburys just after Xmas and that was the cheapest I've seen. Got one then and it works well but with the bayonet adapter attached it is quite big.
Nexy5 h, 4 m ago

Yeah I'm Hue at home, but one of these would be perfect to hook up at my …Yeah I'm Hue at home, but one of these would be perfect to hook up at my nan's house or the folks' place at £18. With "Home Assistant", pretty sure I could even have motion detection on the CCTV trigger it. They don't need a Hue Hub deployment for a single bulb.



You could also consider a smart plug connected to a lamp if you've got a spare one knocking around (I've been looking for uses for the smart plugs I was using for Christmas lights.)
tenohfive6 h, 13 m ago

Cheap by TP-Link standards, and if you've not got a Zigbee/Z-Wave …Cheap by TP-Link standards, and if you've not got a Zigbee/Z-Wave controller of some sort it's not bad. But £12-15 a bulb for the likes of Hue/Hive/Tradfri is becoming more and more common, so in that context it's not great.But for this product itself, heat.


Yeah I'm Hue at home, but one of these would be perfect to hook up at my nan's house or the folks' place at £18. With "Home Assistant", pretty sure I could even have motion detection on the CCTV trigger it.

They don't need a Hue Hub deployment for a single bulb.
TP-Link AC3150 Dual Band Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit Cable Gaming Router, 1.4 GHz Dual-Core Processor, USB 3.0, 2.0 Ports, Beamforming Technology, UK Plug - was £149.99 now £99.98 @ Amazon
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Achieve Maximum Wi-Fi Speed - 1000 Mbps over 2.4 GHz and 2167 Mbps over 5 GHz bands NitroQAM(1024-QAM) Technology - deliver 25% more data stream than other latest(256-QAM) routers… Read more
EcumenicalMatter2 h, 11 m ago

No. This is a cable router, designed to work with your cable provider's …No. This is a cable router, designed to work with your cable provider's modem.


Or with your ADSL/VDSL modem, it’s just a bog standard router.
sam112329 m ago

Does this have a modem inbuilt? If not, you'll have to fiddle around with …Does this have a modem inbuilt? If not, you'll have to fiddle around with it a bit and set it up with your isp router in order to use it


No. This is a cable router, designed to work with your cable provider's modem.
Joeyfxxkedup1234 h, 6 m ago

Still under £100 from Amazon. Page has defaulted to a more expensive 3rd …Still under £100 from Amazon. Page has defaulted to a more expensive 3rd party seller for some reason.


Looks like it is because of availability issues - ETA for delivery is March 1-17.
Does this have a modem inbuilt? If not, you'll have to fiddle around with it a bit and set it up with your isp router in order to use it
I received the V1, happy with that
TP-LINK HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug (Back in stock and lower price than most places I've seen) - £23 or £20.50 if you buy 2 @ Tesco (free C&C)
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discount code works on them if you buy the right amount of course. codes ends tonight so be quick Buy 2 and it works out at £20.50 each Save £20 when you spend £150 or more on s… Read more
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Voted hot as I haven't seen them at this price in a couple weeks. Holding out for a good deal on the 110s personally.
Good price for great, reliable plugs. Hot.
buddn071 h, 8 m ago

It's always roughly this price somewhere!Not voting either way


and it's usually OOS.
It's always roughly this price somewhere!

Not voting either way
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TP-Link TL-PA7010KIT Gigabit Power line - from Sainsbury's for £25
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Item code: 131830311 DescriptionHomePlug AV2 standard compliant, high-speed data transfer rates of up to 1000Mbps, supports all your online needs. Gigabit port provides secure wire… Read more
Sainsbury's in Worthing had the 600 pass through for £22.50. These have 2 ethernet ports as well as the ability to connect to the mains through it.
steevojohno2 h, 14 m ago

Are ur router lan connections 1000mbps or 100mbps




I updated the firmwire and messed about with the devices and what was plugged in around it.
I managed to get a 30MB/s or 240mbps. That's pretty good.
steevojohno22 m ago

Are ur router lan connections 1000mbps or 100mbps


Everything is 1000mbps. If I plug in and transfer from one PC to another I get pretty much 1000mbps transfers with cat5e.

I left one PC directly connected and the other connected via the homeplugs and managed about 150mbps or 15MB/s transfers. Slow for LAN but using them to get network to my CCTV box. Even 20mbps would be more than enough.
benfisher19919 m ago

Just grabbed these and I can't get over 150mbps with them. This is a …Just grabbed these and I can't get over 150mbps with them. This is a recently re-wired house with no spurs.


Are ur router lan connections 1000mbps or 100mbps
Just grabbed these and I can't get over 150mbps with them. This is a recently re-wired house with no spurs.
TP-Link Archer C59 AC1350 Wireless Dual Band Router £30 @ Sainsbury's
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Reduced from £50 in the post Christmas bargain aisle. Seen in the Straiton (Loanhead) store but could well be nationwide. Currently £51.95 on Amazon. Not a bad deal for someone wa… Read more
Found it at £22 on Ebay - Refurbished
red_dwarfer20th Jan

Saw this in my local Sainsbury’s last weekend (think it was £35) - would ha …Saw this in my local Sainsbury’s last weekend (think it was £35) - would have bought but need gigabit Ethernet


Just looked it up... how odd... 450Mbps on 2.4, 867 on 5GHz - and only 10/100 Ethernet ports - ok, the WiFi speeds are maximum, best case, but it seems a strange mix.
i8752 m ago

Well it was £50, then £35 and now £30. Perhaps your store hasn't updated th …Well it was £50, then £35 and now £30. Perhaps your store hasn't updated the ticket to £30?[Image]


Thanks OP. I have purchased anyway due to a good price but it even scanned at £35
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Nugget20171 h, 19 m ago

Found it in my local store for £35 Has the price increased overnight or is …Found it in my local store for £35 Has the price increased overnight or is this store specific?


Well it was £50, then £35 and now £30. Perhaps your store hasn't updated the ticket to £30?

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Found it in my local store for £35 Has the price increased overnight or is this store specific?
TP-Link UP540 (UK) 40 W 5-Port USB charger - £19.99 Prime / £23.98 Non Prime (temp oos)
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Expired because I don't want to adversely affect the date my order will be shipped. Its so cute and round. Tech specs: High degree of roundness, Cute as a bug's ear.
No quick charge chip is a deal breaker
"It's so cute and round"

That's sold it to me right there!
spannerzone21 m ago

Very positive reviews, shame they all seem to be from people that got the …Very positive reviews, shame they all seem to be from people that got the item free as part of Amazon Vine (get free things for making good reviews)


Its starting to backfire, People now realise this and dont tend to buy when its a high percentage of vine reviews, I certainly wont anymore unless I can see genuine reviews.
Very positive reviews, shame they all seem to be from people that got the item free as part of Amazon Vine (get free things for making good reviews)
Link to Anker? How many watts is it?
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TP-Link HS110 Wi-Fi Smart Plug higher model version - @ £24.99 and inc delivery - Also same price PC world / Currys (Amazon now OOS)
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1 . Looks like prime only at this price however this is still good. This is the HS110 not the HS100 which has fewer features. 2. Not sure how long this deal will last. 3. Same p… Read more
PaulT824th Feb

Thanks for this link. How do you find the app that controls them, eWeLink? …Thanks for this link. How do you find the app that controls them, eWeLink? There seems to be quite a few complaints that their servers are struggling under the load of customers they have. Interesting that you can flash some of their devices (maybe not the plugs?) and use them with something like Home Assistant.


Im new to the app but i find it ok, haven't gone the flashing route yet, dont have the time

i read last week that the server was down for some but i never personally experience any issues yet.

Looks like some people are flashing the s20 socket also.
diyprojects.io/hac…es/
jimjim7930th Jan

If you're looking to home automation on budget Sonoff are the leading …If you're looking to home automation on budget Sonoff are the leading budget brand.their version of this wifi socket cost £10https://www.itead.cc/smart-home/smart-socket.htmlFull rangehttps://www.itead.cc/smart-home.html


Thanks for this link. How do you find the app that controls them, eWeLink? There seems to be quite a few complaints that their servers are struggling under the load of customers they have. Interesting that you can flash some of their devices (maybe not the plugs?) and use them with something like Home Assistant.
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Great Value compared to the big brand names.
Now available on John Lewis
spdavison30th Jan

https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Sonoff-S20-WIFI-Smart-APP-Remote-Control-Timer-Socket-US-EU-Plug-Home-Automation/332502474807?_mwBanner=1 purchased these the other day. Long delivery time but less than a £5


No matter long delivery, we love you long time!
Gigabit Wireless Router TP-Link AC3200  £99.98 Amazon
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TP-Link AC3200 cheapest deal i could find on it! great for gaming and streaming 4k
Yes, Gearbest have the RT-AC86U for £139.99. That's a very good price, but the usual caveats with buying from Gearbest/China, Import Duty/VAT and after sales support apply. It's virtually impossible to send stuff back to China for a full refund if anything goes wrong. Personally, I wouldn't spend more than around £30 on a single item with Gearbest. The cheapest UK prices is £199.99 from Amazon, but that's on a 1 to 2 month lead time.
Berhwale14th Jan

The model below the RT-AC68U would be the RT-AC66U B1 or RT-AC56U. …The model below the RT-AC68U would be the RT-AC66U B1 or RT-AC56U. They've both got the same CPU (although the 66U is clocked faster), but lower spec wireless. Note, the non-B1 version of the RT-AC66U should be avoided as it has a much slower CPU (the B1 supports USB 3.0 and you can see the extra port on the front of the router).Merlin's ASUSWRT firmware is certainly easier to setup than DD-WRT.





gearbest have this router for £140
worth getting
The model below the RT-AC68U would be the RT-AC66U B1 or RT-AC56U. They've both got the same CPU (although the 66U is clocked faster), but lower spec wireless. Note, the non-B1 version of the RT-AC66U should be avoided as it has a much slower CPU (the B1 supports USB 3.0 and you can see the extra port on the front of the router).

Merlin's ASUSWRT firmware is certainly easier to setup than DD-WRT.
Berhwale8 h, 50 m ago

Asus RT-AC68U …Asus RT-AC68U here:https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASUS-RT-AC86U-AiProtection-Accelerator-Aggregation/dp/B075WFL15D/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1515922952&sr=8-1&keywords=rt-ac86uWRT Netgear, I think you'd be looking for an R7000 or R7800, Google 'best VPN router', you'll find plenty of discussions of the relative merits of the different brands and models.


thanks for this
what would be the model below this?

im guessing merlin software is easier than ddwrt - i would like a vpn but exclude certain websites i.e. bbc iplayer to run through it, so im guessing its easier for a newbie for me to stick with merlin based firmware router

i will keep an eye on price hopefully will drop
wakkaday10 h, 18 m ago

Can’t find that model on amazon any good netgear routers for open vpn etc


Asus RT-AC68U here:

amazon.co.uk/ASU…86u


WRT Netgear, I think you'd be looking for an R7000 or R7800, Google 'best VPN router', you'll find plenty of discussions of the relative merits of the different brands and models.
TP-Link TL-PA7010KIT Gigabit Powerline £25 instore / online at Sainsburys
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Reduced from £40 to £30 to £25. I believe they will be end of line making way for the newer model Spotted these bad boys after paying 39.99 at Argos. I have seen them in store at 2… Read more
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umair1669 h, 1 m ago

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


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

hotukdeals.com/dea…738

???

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

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

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


Thank you for taking your valuable time to submit your helpful comment. It is very helpful towards this deal. Thanks...
TP-link 1 port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline starter kit at Amazon for £34.99
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Deal of the day. Never been cheaper according to the Camels. This is pass through that's normally more expensive.
prash_2k26th Dec

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


Who buys at full price on this website, only idiots like you. I bought them in sale as well . How many times they have been on sale on Amazon at £ 66.You are a big looser , not me.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 27th Dec 2017
Deal already expired £49.99 now.
whieldon3421 m ago

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


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

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


I'd wait as there's always some deal around the corner on Powerline plugs. Plus, for any given price point, they have been getting steadily faster over the years. I've been using my Gigabit switches for years so they have proven futureproof so far.
TP-Link RE650 AC2600 Universal Dual Band Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot 1 Gigabit Port and 4 External Antennae, AP Mode, UK Plug - £79.99 Amazon Deal of the Day
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A wifi extender thing, it has lots of antennae. looks cute as a button, and has a really long title on Amazon.
I’d much rather a powerline one, rather than repeating a degrading signal.
A second dedicate router may be a better choice.
This is pretty expensive.
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SaverSaver3 h, 10 m ago

You mean copy 'n' paste, you don't cut marketing drivel sadly. But I know …You mean copy 'n' paste, you don't cut marketing drivel sadly. But I know what you mean!Looks a useful if ugly and expensive thing, sort of thing I find never quite works as I hoped.


I feel justly reprimanded.
Thanks.
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Is there a nice dual band one cheaper than this. Thanks. around 20-30 range. cheers
ITMA35 m ago

... only of cut 'n' paste marketing drivel...


You mean copy 'n' paste, you don't cut marketing drivel sadly. But I know what you mean!

Looks a useful if ugly and expensive thing, sort of thing I find never quite works as I hoped.
TP-Link HS110 Wi-Fi Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring - £24.99 @ Amazon
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The energy monitoring version of TP-Link's smart plug. Not as good a price as during Black Friday, but this is typically as low as it goes other times of the year - indeed at the m… Read more
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appolospb5 h, 29 m ago

I only ever got for the HS110, but to be honest the energy monitoring is a …I only ever got for the HS110, but to be honest the energy monitoring is a little unreliable from my experience so probably not worth the upgrade over the HS100.


Mine haven't been unreliable, but I agree that for most uses they aren't worth the upgrade - I got some mostly out of curiosity for some of my gear.
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appolospb5 h, 28 m ago

The HS110 model was £20 on black friday on Amazon, £25 is pretty much the n …The HS110 model was £20 on black friday on Amazon, £25 is pretty much the normal year round price for this model. Occasionally for a couple of weeks it goes to £35 but you would have to be a mug to buy at that price. Source = I have 5x of them


According to camelcamelcamel, the HS110 has only been at £25 three fairly short times during the past year, and below that only on Prime Day and Black Friday, so not sure how it can be considered the normal price. Having said that, the energy monitoring isn't overly useful for most applications, so I wouldn't buy more than one at this price - I got most of mine when Maplin had the deal on.
Energy monitoring is a gimmick, don't worry about it and get the Argos ones.
maxamus0072 h, 41 m ago

you can get 3 for £49.99 at argos.


Thats the hs100 model, these are the hs110
maxamus0071 h, 3 m ago

you can get 3 for £49.99 at argos.


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

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


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

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


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

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


What about streaming movies from computer/NAS to TV?
TP-Link Archer VR2600 (AC2600 Dual Band, 1.4GHz Dual-Core Processor) Router - £129.98 @ Amazon
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Seems a good price on this router, next cheapest available from a well-known seller is £156 from eBuyer. Cheapest that it has ever been on Amazon, too (according to camelcamelcame… Read more
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Price back up to £155.94. Amazon do know how to pi** folks off at times.
Edited by: "grazie" 18th Dec 2017
I've got one of these and all was good until we upgraded my wife's phone to an iPhone SE for the WiFi calling. It works flawlessly on the Vodafone bundled router but refuses to work on the VR2600.
Undisclosed211 m ago

That is to install a new port, I assume.


To move the router upstairs. I'm guessing that might be another connection. I've found this cable, might for it instead.
amazon.co.uk/WHI…1TC
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Spacevsgravity4 m ago

Is that even possible? Connecting a 3rd party router to the main …Is that even possible? Connecting a 3rd party router to the main connection.Edit: Virgin will charge me £79 to move the router to a different location. Not happening.


That is to install a new port, I assume.
vikasbhasin6 h, 43 m ago

You may try what I have done. This router to the main line and ISP …You may try what I have done. This router to the main line and ISP provided router upstairs connected via power line. Second router acts as bridge cater to blind spots upstairs


Is that even possible? Connecting a 3rd party router to the main connection.
Edit: Virgin will charge me £79 to move the router to a different location. Not happening.
Edited by: "Spacevsgravity" 17th Dec 2017
Get 3 for 2 on TP Link Smart Plug £24.99 each @ Argos
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Page takes you through to the normal single plug but if you click "view special offers" under the price you can choose to buy the 3 for the price of 2. Not as good as the BF offer… Read more
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reviewz9 h, 27 m ago

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Yeah n cheeky buggas have put the price up to £29.99

Was going to get 3 of these and a shoe rack I saw at £39.99. They also put that up to £74.99

So a £90 spend has gone up to £165.....no thanks!
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kdingo38 m ago

Do you have a link to the temperature sensor you use that is …Do you have a link to the temperature sensor you use that is compatible?Thanks


I use xiaomi sensors and gateway, although it is only compatible through home assistant, quite a lot of reading to do to go that route.
whateverblah11 h, 53 m ago

When hooked up to something like home assistant you can do all of these …When hooked up to something like home assistant you can do all of these things. I can have them triggered by a motion sensor, temperature sensor, when I arrive home and my phone connects to wifi, if I open the door to the garden, could turn it on and off every second to be... festive...


Do you have a link to the temperature sensor you use that is compatible?
Thanks
Is there any hard wired versions available for heaters
Ideally I am after a very small box where by I can wire in the live, neutral and earth out my self.
I don't fancy taking this one apart and enclosing it in a box my self.
TP-Link TL-WR902AC - AC750 Dual Band Wi-Fi Travel Router £28.99 Amazon
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TP-Link AC750 Dual Band Wi-Fi Travel Router (Support Router Mode/Hotspot Mode/Range Extender Mode/Client Mode/Access Point Mode, 1 USB 2.0 Port/1 Micro USB Port, 1 WPS Button, UK P… Read more
Voted hot. These are pretty handy and work well although I only really used it a couple of times. Been trying to sell mine on ebay for the last couple of weeks with no luck lol.
CraigT57 m ago

I assume you could use it to turn a hotel wired connection into a wireless …I assume you could use it to turn a hotel wired connection into a wireless one for your devices (laptop,mobile etc). Also the reverse (as I believe you're suggesting) to utilise the hotel wireless on a device that needs a wired connection (old laptop, Raspberry Pi maybe?)



Exactly the case.

I have taken these on holiday for that very reason. In the past I have taken a full-blown router, but nowadays I take this. Also to holiday apartments that have internet, but limited connections.

At home, I have a BT TV box connected to the internet via one, although you don't get full functionality when streaming via WiFi.
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Bikertov8 h, 24 m ago

These are also useful working in reverse, where you have a device with no …These are also useful working in reverse, where you have a device with no built-in WiFi and only a hardwired Ethernet port, but no network outlet nearby, to connect them to your WiFi network.


I assume you could use it to turn a hotel wired connection into a wireless one for your devices (laptop,mobile etc). Also the reverse (as I believe you're suggesting) to utilise the hotel wireless on a device that needs a wired connection (old laptop, Raspberry Pi maybe?)
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rubbish2k10 h, 17 m ago

Do these take sim cards?


I don't believe so, but I am fairly sure you can use a USB 3G/4G modem with the SIM card in.
Amazon Echo Dot Black / White + TP-Link Wi-Fi Smart Plug HS100 £44.98 @ Amazon
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Buy an Echo Dot and TP-Link HS100 Smart Plug as a bundle, and get the TP-Link HS100 Plug for the special price of £9.99 Amazon Echo Dot Black / White + TP-Link Wi-Fi Smart Plug HS… Read more
When I clicked the link, it says the deal has been discontinued 😩
But a dot is for life, not just for Christmas......
scrumpypaul38 m ago

Balls.... just ordered one. Now have to figure out what to use it for,


Christmas lights!
Balls.... just ordered one. Now have to figure out what to use it for,
bushey9 h, 51 m ago

If like me you bought a dot recently (black Friday), a quick message via …If like me you bought a dot recently (black Friday), a quick message via chat on amazon allowed me to purchase the TP link for 9.99, delivered tomorrow.


Thanks, they just honoured the smart plug for £9.99 after I picked up a Dot yesterday
TP-Link HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug Twin Pack - £42.99 @ Amazon
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For those that, like myself, missed out on getting these at £19.99 recently, you have an opportunity to get 2 at an effective price of £21.50 each. This is the best currently avail… Read more
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Mtbapple1 h, 9 m ago

No longer available.


It still is, but is temporarily out of stock - check the 'Other sellers on Amazon' box and you'll see it listed. However, now that the 3 for 2 is back at Argos, that's a better deal anyway.
No longer available.
5nowman3 h, 43 m ago

Wish these were the H110 .. could monitor power useage too


H110 is a great product. I have 5 of them and the energy monitoring is really worth the extra 5er from me
Lots of bad reviews on Amazon for this product.
TP Link HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug @ Amazon - Sold By Maplin_Webdeals for £19.99
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Cheapest I can find for these, looks like the HS110 is also cheaper than anywhere else at £24.99. Control electronics from anywhere using your tablet or smartphone with the HS100 … Read more
mds12569th Dec

If its a router with modem built in be careful doing this as DLM could …If its a router with modem built in be careful doing this as DLM could reduce your speeds if it thinks it cannot stay connected.


It's not thankfully We have a fibre modem. It's a Netgear Nighthawk 7800 X4S.
Looks like the one with energy monitoring is the same price as the one without
lucifon1 h, 30 m ago

This literally went up to 22.49 then 24.99 within 5 minutes whilst I was …This literally went up to 22.49 then 24.99 within 5 minutes whilst I was sat on the page looking up reviews. Frustrating! Was thinking of grabbing one to reset my router each day on a schedule.

Haha
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lucifon1 m ago

This literally went up to 22.49 then 24.99 within 5 minutes whilst I was …This literally went up to 22.49 then 24.99 within 5 minutes whilst I was sat on the page looking up reviews. Frustrating! Was thinking of grabbing one to reset my router each day on a schedule.


If its a router with modem built in be careful doing this as DLM could reduce your speeds if it thinks it cannot stay connected.
This literally went up to 22.49 then 24.99 within 5 minutes whilst I was sat on the page looking up reviews. Frustrating!

Was thinking of grabbing one to reset my router each day on a schedule.
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