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TP-LINK Wi-Fi Dongle, 300 Mbps Mini Wireless Network USB Wi-Fi Adapter - £6.97 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
Posted 1 h, 32 m agoPosted 1 h, 32 m ago
Good price (y) About this item 300 Mbps wireless High-Speed Performance - ideal Wi-Fi dongle for smooth HD video, voice streaming and online gaming Mini-sized USB wireless a… Read more

Limited understanding on this, but that’s going to mess with teams calls isnt it ? Something about tcp / udp not working well and tick whatever the other frequency is


Don't do it, not even for 1p. Pay extra and get the 600/dual band its so much better


Only 2.4ghz

TP-Link Kasa Smart Bulb, WiFi Filament Light Bulb, E27/B22, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa, Google Assistant - £10 (+£4.49 NP) @ Amazon
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Decent offer for these stylish led dimmable smart bulbs. E27 B22 Kasa Filament Smart Bulb, Soft White Control from Anywhere – Control your LED filament smart bulb… Read more

As stated, you can set your preferred power-on behaviour in the App (even for non-colour bulbs!) BUT - rather than use a "dusk-to-dawn" sensor, why not just set the bulb (using the app) to go on at sunset, and off at dawn? And yes, you can apply offsets (like on at 28 minutes before sunset, off at 12 minutes after dawn). The app wants your approximate location on the globe, (so timezone and latitude) and then it can adjust (daily) to current sunrise/sunset. These are "smart" bulbs! // I use exactly this facility with a TP Link smart plug to control a (dumb) led security floodlight. I also turn off the upstairs hall nightlight (a TP Link bulb) at dawn - it gets turned full on when folk go upstairs, and then dimmed to nightlight via Google. Very handy!


I have a few of these. They all remember the last brightness setting.


You can choose: You can also edit those presets.


As far as I can tell if you have the bulb set to 50% then when you ask Alexa to turn on and off it stays at 50% unless you change it. You can certainly schedule the light at different %’s so don’t see why if it’s a photocell that powers them (no idea what that is but from your description) you can say schedule the light to 50% the whole time if the power is cut on and off by the photocell (and if they don’t just stay at 50% anyway when the power is cut).


I don't know this - I have one on the way. But... If you can disable / remove the dusk->dawn you can use the software to do Sunset->Sunrise and I hope to be able to do full brightness until midnight or so and then 50% dim until sunrise...

TP-LINK Tapo Smart Plug Wi-Fi Outlet, Works with Amazon Alexa (Echo and Echo Dot) - £8 Prime/£12.49 Non Prime @ Amazon
Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Price matching AO. Compatibility - Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for Voice Control No Hub Required - Works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate … Read more

You should never leave a heater unattended. If it's fallen over, or something flammable has fallen onto it, there's a risk of fire. But something like a fan heater to warm the bedroom up before your alarm clock goes off is fine Take extra care with a 3kW device, since that's pushing the limit of any UK plug. If the contacts are dirty or corroded, there's a risk of overheating and fire




It's the power that anything to do with heating draws - usually 1-2Kw - if anything goes wrong and the device stays on it could overheat but will definitely use a lot of electricity. It may be me just being too cautious.


I know nothing about electricity. Why wouldn't you trust them with a kettle or heater? I used this for my oil heater last winter and I want to use another for my 2nd oil heater for my daughter next winter. What's wrong with this?


This photo from the link made me laugh.

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4 Pack TP-Link Tapo Smart Plug Wi-Fi Outlet, Works Alexa/Goole, £29.99 at Amazon
Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Good price for the pack of 4. Sold in a pack of four. The TP-Link Tap Mini Smart Wi-Fi Socket allows for easy control of your plugged-in devices from anywhere in the world, or … Read more

It's worth checking the 2 packs. I got two 2 packs for £25 less than a month ago. They were on some kind of offer, but can't remember what it was.


These are great, I've been using them for months with Google Home on hidden sockets in the new kitchen, well worth it for home automation.


That's the average price over the last couple of years, but since January they've been £29.99 for 4, except for a few spikes Going rate is £8.99 each, £15.99 for two or £29.99 for 4. If they're more expensive than that, wait a week


This is Amazon's lowest price historically (according to camelcamel). The price yo-yoes crazily but camel shows an average Amazon price as around £42.


This is the standard price for these from Amazon, bought some a few weeks ago

TP-Link Deco E4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Seamless and Speedy (AC1200) Pack of 3 £85.66 (UK Mainland) @ Amazon France
Posted 10th MayPosted 10th MayShipping from FranceShipping from France
Good price for 3 pack E4 (y) Seamless whole-home Wi-Fi coverage (Up to 4,000 sq ft, Ideal for 3-5 bedroom houses): eliminate weak signal areas once for all and simply add mor… Read more

I just had VM installed yesterday, and the service guy mentioned that if you were getting a much lower wifi speed then expected, it likely that your wifi device does not support the 5Ghz band and only 2.4Ghz. The hub works out what speed to give based on what your device can handle. Just my 2p worth! FYI: My wireless speed according to give me ~250mb/s on a 350mb VM account.


I am on Virgin Media and pay for 200mbps I have a hub 3 with NO mesh setup yet Did a broadband speed check today and got 216.2mbps on my wired PC Got 128mbps on my wife's PC connected by wi fi On my android phone got 81.4mbps Are you using cat 6 ethernet cable?


Installed S4 on Sunday, excellent with Virgin. Definitely worth extra £15 from Amazon


I work for virgin , you should be close to 200mbps wired,if your not you should get it looked at


Highly recommend these for vm. Pay for 200mbps you will get 80 mbps wired and 0 - 30mbps wifi if lucky. I fitted two of these and get 5o= 80 mbps all over house on wifi