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Echo Dot (3rd Gen) Charcoal/Grey/Plum/Sandstone + TP-Link Tapo P100 Smart Wi-Fi Plug + 90 Days Amazon Music Unlimited - £29.99 @ Amazon
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Echo Dot (3rd Gen), Charcoal/Grey/Plum/Sandstone + TP-Link Tapo P100 Smart Wi-Fi Plug - £29.99 @ Amazon Looks like a decent offer. Smart plug on offer normally around £10. Includi… Read more

Thank you. I’ll have a look to the link. I think the one with clock will suit bedroom or kitchen


Yes it won't work with "touch" lamps for example so you'll need one with a physical switch that you leave in the on position


Make sure you have the right command to switch on the plug. Also the plug may be on, could it be the product that's not working? For instance I have a remote controlled fan which I can switch off with smart plug but not switch on. What product are you trying to use? Some have safety features which mean if the power is cut they won't switch back on.


Doesn’t work. I bought the echo plugged it in to the smart plug. It turns off ok but then the dot won’t switch it back on??


have some heat, have one already, very useful it is too

TP-LINK Tapo Smart Plug Wi-Fi Outlet, Works with Amazon Alexa (Echo & Echo Dot) £9.98 Prime (+£4.49 Non-Prime)@ Amazon
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
On selected accounts you can get it for £4.99 with code (ALEXAHOME) (y) Compatibility: Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control No Hub Required: Works wi… Read more

Amazon discounted prices are very poor this Bank Holiday there is usually a much better discount on this.


Look for the set that has the socket with 3 port plus wifi. The wifi can run a differnt ssid and has range the rame as bt wifi dishes. The main one needs to be 1200 model I think it is fed direct from the router.



Thanks mate any recommendations for good range?


not this' you need power plugs

TP-Link Deco E4 Dual Band AC1200 Mesh Network WiFi system - Twin Pack- 3 yrs. Warranty - £65 Delivered @ AO
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Good Price for twin Pack. Key Features Mesh WiFi system - reliable connection across your home 2 Ethernet ports for superfast wired connections Quick and simple to set up Ada… Read more

same price at edf smart home store with code


Thank you


I think that those £60 ones are refurbs?


Yes that would work.


Cheaper on amazon.

TP-LINK DECO E4 AC1200 WHOLE-HOME MESH WI-FI (3-PACK) - £95.49 Delivered @ Box
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
KEY FEATURES 2x 10/100 Mbps ports Wi-Fi dead-zone killer 11ac Wave 2 MU-MIMO technology Parental controls limits time online and blocks inappropriate content Assisted setup … Read more

i have these for the last few month, they work well and eliminated the dead spots, were easy to set up. the only downside is the 10/100 lan ports, if you have over 100mb broadband its wasted as these will only goto 100mb max. curently paying for 200mb but will drop when contracts up and save some money.


Cold, not as good as the M4s that were the same price


Often around the £80 mark with the m4's around the £90 mark...wait a few weeks if not needed urgent these will definitely be cheaper


You’d be better to hold out for the M4 which is often £99.99 for a 3 pack as this only has 100mbps Ethernet versus gigabit on the M4 unit. Much better future proofing in my view.


Bought this a couple of days ago on eBay for £91.99 (using the code PRICE8, not sure if it's still active)

Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) + TP-Link HS100 Smart Plug, Works with Alexa £29.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
3rd gen echo dot with smart. I was looking this morning and the price was £50! Checked this afternoon and they're back on offer with a free smart socket. Seems a descent price at t… Read more

Different plug, same price


Like all things amazon they don't always run smooth but when they do its great. If you have alexa compatible devices they become a little more useful - you might even have devices you didnt know were compatible; I have a ring doorbell and t.v that are compatible and didn' t know (unfortunately the ring no longer sends notifications - you get used to things not working pretty quickly). Abother great feature I discovered recently is routines; I can swith on/off my t.v, xbox and hue lights at the same time with one command. Still great even if you don't have alexa compatible devices; you can listen to music, ask questions, call your mobile if you lose it, set reminders, alarms, play games, read books and more.


They work great as a paired stereo system, really easy to set up in the app too


Ordered my first one. Now need to learn how they work...


Getting the same price in all colours in stock but no smart plug mention

TP-LINK Deco M5 Gigabit Whole Home WiFi System - Triple Pack - £135.37 delivered @ Currys eBay
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Good reliable mesh system from TP-Link. (y) Use code PRODUCT5 at checkout for discounted price. Free delivery ** Updated 21/05 - Price drops further with additional discount … Read more

Nope..... Very strange... I'm trying to enter the code in the 'add vouchers' section... Just keeps saying the code cannot be used on this purchase.


Yeah, I know exactly what you mean with it changing which deco it connects to, they really need to implement where you can choose which deco the device connects to as it is frustrating when it changes.


I’ve heard good things about the Orbi Also seen positive things about the amazon Eero, just not sure if the same issue with the deco M5 are present in them. Al the things I listed above about the M5 are suppose to auto switch. I.e if the wifi band gets to congested it’s suppose to auto change, but lots of people have monitored this and it doesn’t change band. And when the deco gets a weak signal it’s suppose to hop to the nearest source with a stronger signal, but again I can see from my own to link app it’s still connected to the weakest link I have a deco closer than the living room one but choose to be at one much further away :(


Do you know of any systems within similar price range that offer these options? I currently have the Tenda Nova M5 mesh system and pretty much daily have issues getting internet from them. It is either slow or non existent and have tried several things. So in the market for another mesh system. I have virgin media 200mb and I also need the 2 nodes to have PoE ability to power security cameras. Any suggestions?


Just a couple of things that some may need to know about these - You can’t change the wifi band they run on so they can clash with other things like Sonos causing drop outs. - Sometimes the Deco that is furthest away in your house will connect to the main deco instead of the nearest one which could be in between them. This causing a weak signal, there is no option to select its connection source. - There are no VPN options built into the router options either All the above has been raised with TP link forums and unfortunately we get the same response “the development team are looking into it”

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TP-Link Deco M5 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, 3 pack - £149.99 Amazon
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Great price for 3 pack of the M5 Currently temporarily out of stock, but dispatches once available Seamless Wi-Fi in every room: Covers up to 5500 sq ft with high performance m… Read more

Fair enough...sounds like everything was set up right so not much more you can do. Good luck in your search for a new system! I’m sure there are more powerful products out there.


Yeah I switched off the WiFi signal from the original router. I couldn't see a modem only option with it, but you could disable both 2.4 and 5Ghz signals...I setup the mesh network with a different ssid too.


Did you definitely change your original router to modem mode only? I had (slightly) similar issues and it turned out my router was also still emitting it’s own WiFi signal. I wonder if that just causes interference issues, amongst other things...?


If you can run a couple of Ethernet cables from your router. I’d recommend a couple of Ubiquiti Lite APs. I had the M5, a Linksys mesh system and other router based solutions. Only the Lite APs gave me rock solid coverage.


got this after returning amazon eero (3 pack) which sucked at roaming / handing off my device when i moved through the house leaving me connected to the furthest hub at times. this roams real good and I'm getting max speed from loft down to kitchen extension and garden, 1 deco on each floor. the app is pretty good with more extensive options than eero, security, parental controls and profiles for groups and speed priority put it ahead of eero as well.

Tp-Link Deco M4 Mesh System - Triple Pack - Brand New - £99.99 @ Currys PC World eBay
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
These come in and out around this price, and Curry's have them back again in limited numbers. In my opinion as someone who would never buy from Currys, the ebay store is a big bonu… Read more
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No worries, I have the same setup and it works for me.


Yes I had seen and thank you for answering,


If you read my previous comment then I have already answered your question.


So it is a wireless printer?


All WiFi,I had WiFi extender things a while a go but got rid as you had to go and connect to the repeater the printer was on.dont know if it was me or not but it was like getting up to turn the tv over

Kasa Mini Smart Plug TP-Link (KP105) WiFi Outlet,Works with Amazon Alexa/Google Home/Samsung SmartThing - £14.99 Prime/£19.48 NP @ Amazon UK
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
(seen many Tapo deals earlier for Sub - £10 but needed one with Kasa app and this has a price drop from £19.99 ... I think this's the latest version of HS100 which is also the same… Read more

I swapped from the original Kasa HS100 to Teckin plugs. The Teckin plugs are smaller, cheaper and in my experience a lot more reliable.


One use case for me is my aquarium to be able to control lights pumps etc at different times and also when performing water changes can be used to automate things. Many other use cases around the house where people use these. Also essential when going holiday you can automate your table lamps etc.


I use one in a waterproof master plug box in the garden. It has an IR heater plugged into it on the decking. So I can remotely disable it, stop the kids switching it on and leaving it. Great for the Christmas lights. It can follow sunset, rather than just set times. Lights can be set to be turned on/off depending on if the house is inhabited or not. Handy for turning off AV and TV equipment every night, especially when the socket is buried behind a TV , etc.


To switch off anything that's connected to that awkward hard to reach socket behind the sofa.


What do you actually use these for? Lamps?

TP-LINK Tapo Mini Smart Security Camera Indoor CCTV No Hub Required 1080p 2-Way Audio Night Vision £19.98 (Prime) / £24.47 (nonPrime) Amazon
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
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Update - price drop from £20.49 to £19.98 on 19/05
No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub; 1080P HD with Night Vision - 1080P full HD for always on live stream and night vision up to 30ft… Read more

Ah I have them working but it seems they will only push notifications to one logged in account at a time, so being logged in on your phone and tablet isn’t very good


Having said that does anyone how to get notifications working properly?


Just installed mine simple but effective


I’ve not got a problem with the Yi Camera SD cards? It was the Tapo mini that wouldn’t read them? The Yi cameras I have are the original 720p ones and can be glitchy after maybe 3yrs of use! They will loose connection, and fail to load videos. But I’m not complaining they’ve served us well and even been used for evidence of morons stealing from cars on drive! I’ve got one as an outdoor camera (waterproof housing). The Tapo set up just wasn’t as in depth for us so will update the Yi ones when a deal appears


I've got the yi cameras. I find them fine with Why were you hoping to replace them? What features/benefits do you think you would get from these that you don't get from the yi ones?

TP-LINK Tapo Smart Plug Wi-Fi Outlet, Works with Amazon Alexa (Echo & Echo Dot) £4.99 Prime (use code ALEXAHOME) selected accounts @ Amazon
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Use code ALEXAHOME to get this price (y) Compatibility: Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Ass… Read more

There is a banner on the top, click and you only pay £4.99, worked on mine.


No problem (y) glad it could help someone :)


Got one thanks (y)


£10.99 "the promotional code you entered cannot be applied"


Google Nest Hub Hands-Free Smart Speaker with 7" Screen, Charcoal & TP-LINK HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug £69 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
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Price dropped further now £69 for this bundle
Missed out on the bundle earlier on in the week with a Chromecast. John Lewis are now bundling Google Nest Hubs with TP-Link Smart plug (worth £14.99).
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No ranting. This topic is about Google Nest, not Xiaomi, so I kept focus to the subject line. So, time has moved on, how many more people have reported this issue? Looks like the press are making a mountain out of a mole hill


Its not one person did you not see the dates on the posts, the first post was a couple of days ago and the other post was about another user back in January 2020 and an issue which also stemmed from Xiaomi IP cameras, how about you read before you rant?


I have the device on all the time playing music in the kitchen .. "Hey google, stream classic FM" or the like. or "hey Google, how to I cook spagetti bolognase?" or " Hey Google, where is my car?" or "Hey Google, show me my holiday pictures" the list goes on and on. Google Assistant: 30+ Super Useful Voice Commands You Should Know Its just perfect


So, 1 person in the whole world reports he got to watch someone elses front door cam. Am i worried, not a bit.


This device is fantastic.. A couple of reviews & what you can do here: This sayd its for the max version, but it does exactly the same , its just bigger Google Blog enjoy

TP-Link Deco E4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System,Seamless and Speedy (AC1200) for Medium Home,Work with Amazon Echo/Alexa £65 delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Amazon price matched AO Seamless whole-home Wi-Fi coverage (Up to 2, 800 sq ft, Ideal for 2-3 bedroom houses): eliminate weak signal areas once for all and simply add more De… Read more
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Hi All Just to let you know i have these and faced some issues / downcoming of these devices.…744 and the update…093 Good devices just be cautious.


Out of stock at AO, so the greedy buggers have put the price back up


£75 now :-(


Mbps, sorry! That's with my phone. Might be quicker with a laptop with a better WiFi chip.

TP-Link Deco E4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Seamless and Speedy (AC1200) for Medium Home, Work with Amazon Echo/Alexa - £65 delivered @ AO
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Good offer for this reliable wi-fi mesh system. For up to 2,800 sq ft, Ideal for 2-3 bedroom houses. Compared to other retailers it's about at least £10 cheaper at AO e.g. on Am… Read more
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Another example from a country (Switzerland) which was behind the UK 10 years ago. I know that because my mate moved to Zurich at the time and was complaining about the internet speed what has now changed a bit. Pay attention to the fact that this is synchronous internet speed.


Sweden’s internet provider Bahnhof is offering 10 Gbit/s for normal households, so yes they sell us in the UK old technology for quite a steep price. Don’t get me wrong you take what you have available but that means not it’s fast nor cheap.






Well I have exhausted all the methods like you mentioned and took the plunge on these and I have to say these blow the water out with powerline and extenders well at least for me. I have even now purchased another set so will have 6 in total to cover the whole house. Just note that these can only be placed up to 15 metres apart if you intend to use these wirelessly and obviously building materials may reduce the distance. So if you space them out evenly within 15 metres equally then you should be good! Here is my setup. First floor: Main deco connected to router (hardwired) Second deco slave connected to router (hardwired) Second floor: Third deco placed in back bedroom (wirelessly) I will placing another deco (wirelessly) at front of house and the another on the 3rd floor which is my bedroom.

TP-LINK TP-Link Archer AX11000 Wireless Router - 8-port - £299.99 / £303.94 delivered @ Very
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
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,

TP-Link Deco M4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Works with Amazon Echo/Alexa - Triple Pack for £94.99 delivered @ Currys eBay
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Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
Good stable wi-fi mesh system with wide coverage. Think this is currently the cheapest offer for the triple pack. Discount is automatically given at checkout. + Free delivery … Read more
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Cheers - finally getting the speeds I’ve been paying for!


It is fine if you have the primary deco setup as an access point.


Got mine today - only took a few minutes to set up with VM superhub. Seems excellent so far. Do I need to move all of my devices to it? I’ve got my phone, laptop, sky Q and iPad connected to it and they all work great. I have a number if other devices eg Echo, security cameras etc still connected to VM directly - is there any disadvantage to leaving it like that?


Yeah mine took under 20 minutes to set up all 3. Virgin SH3 put into modem mode, primary node in router mode, changed to match previous SSID and password and all connected perfectly. Q) is there any network maintenance to do/can be automatically set on these?


I had the SSID problem, but then remember I had an old extender plugged in which was recognising the old WiFi name so I couldn't duplicate. unplugged it and it worked. Really impressed with the M4, much easier than other mesh systems I have set up.

TP-Link LS105G 5-Port Desktop/Wallmount Gigabit Ethernet Switch, Steel Case - £12.95 (Prime) // £17.44 (Non Prime) @ Amazon (8 ports £15.98)
Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
With metal case its worth paying £2 extra .... (y) TP-Link LS108G 8-Port Desktop/Wallmount Gigabit Ethernet Switch, Steel Case £15.98 credit to @No8 (highfive) 10/100… Read more

Oh - So that should last a while longer then ;) ?


That’s a Gigabit switch you have already, so no reason to upgrade for your 512Mb Virgin Media service

Pixl8 Appreciate your support thanks 🙏


I’ll check it out thanks 🙏


Can you post the model number of the old switch, or do you know if it runs at 100Mb/1Gb? If it’s only 100Mb/s, I’d upgrade to this or similar to make sure I wasn’t throttling myself

TP-Link LS1005G 5-Port Gigabit Desktop Network Switch, £9.74 (+£4.49 non prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Excellent switch for the money, hope it helps.

That's how I use my old one this one (slightly different version as they sold out) is replacing. Router -> Powerline in -> Powerline out -> Switch -> TV/Bluray/SkyQ


thank you :{ hope I can connect this to existing powerline adapter


It’s so you can have one lead carrying internet from your router to your entertainment centre - all devices plug into this and connect to the internet together. Reduces the number of items that connect to your WiFi and provides a fast and stable connection at the same time. I have a tv, Sky q, PlayStation, Apple TV all in one place. Rather than them each connecting wirelessly, they all plug into a switch behind the devices, and one single Ethernet cable carries the internet. (Or will do, once I invest!)


Yeah it's a bit naughty of Amazon to bully CCC into freezing the site while Amazon themselves continue to do lightning deals like there's no tomorrow.


My mistake, I was on the US site. Message doesnt appear when you go to that :/ I know you can check historical data, but I have some alerts set, so was hoping it was up and running again.

TP-Link Deco M4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System £99.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Bought this last week for my brother, and now convinced myself i need it too. The fulfilled by Amazon price has been up and down like a yoyo and upto >£150 from amazon themselv… Read more

I have one unit linked to the 'main' unit by Ethernet backhaul. The 3rd is using wireless backhaul. All working perfectly well. (y)


Do these needs to be daisy chained together if it's in ethernet backhaul?


The first time I ran tests, it was at night after setting up, I don't think any of the household were using the Internet at that point in time. When I ran the most recent tests it was during the day/afternoon.


Just a thought, when did you run your tests? If you are running them whilst your network is busy then that could be the reason for the fluctuation of speeds. It is best to test speeds when the network is clear.


I'm with Virgin Media. Router - 110mbps Primary Deco (Hardwired) - 110mbps Living Room Deco - 60mbps First Floor Deco - 110mbps All using - today the primary node speed seems alright, on the initial day all nodes were around 60mbps

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