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TP-link Smart Plug HS110, WiFi bulb and Pan Tilt camera NC450 all reduced @ Tesco (Danestone)
LocalLocalFound 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Tesco Instore have some, not all TP-Link products reduced. This is Tesco Extra Danestone, could be other stores too. WiFi Bulb £6.25 Smart plug hs110 £8.75 Pan and tilt camera NC4… Read more

None in Lincoln.


Only larger stores are likely to have stock. For reference, none in Weston-Super-Mare.


I bit.... nothing in my local Kingston Park!! Worse still I was only after a bulb!!!! ;(


Nothing Tesco gillingham


NC450 barcode is 6835364095208 HS110 is 6935364094287 For anyone with access to the Tesco Employee App.

20% Off all Philips Hue, Hive & TP Link Lighting with code @ ao - see OP for example
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Currently 20% Off all Philips Hue, Hive & TP Link lighting at AO - Add the code Smart20 at checkout. Just managed to get all my main lighting sorted out due to this offer! Th… Read more
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Managed to get some of these ordered...thanks for posting




I have been after one but they havent gone down to that price :(


It annoys me massively when the kids shout “Alexa make the lights turn green” and my whole house goes green!! 😫


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TP-Link LB110 WiFi Smart Bulb @ Amazon £19.99 prime / £23.98 non prime
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Cheapest It been for a while. Looks like there's also a buy 2 get 15% off showing. Good quality bulbs. I own 7!

My bulb is in a lamp that is always switched on. I only turn the bulb on and off through the app.


The difference between these and Hue/Hive/Ikea Tradfri etc is these are straight WiFi so you don't need a specific hub. You just log them onto your existing WiFi. They're 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n WiFi with tiny aerials. (Make sure you use the app to update the bulb firmware, it apparently solves reliability issues for some people. And make sure your router doesn't automatically change wifi channel!) Unless you've got an enterprise-grade WiFi set-up at home, you'll likely hit issues if you start having a lot of these bulbs. If you just want one or two bulbs, it's a reasonable choice if you've got good WiFi at home. If you are putting more than a couple of bulbs into your setup, you're probably better of switching to Hue etc. You'll get better reliability and lower total cost with Hue (if you buy twin-packs when they're on 3 for 2).


Is that after turning them off at the switch?


My Hive bulbs remember the last setting I set them at.


I bought two of these bulbs a while back and they worked most of the time initially, although Alexa would regularly say "lights isn't responding". I updated the firmware to the latest version (which made absolutely no difference), I tried resetting the bulbs several times, re-booted my router etc. Now, several weeks later the will probably work for and hour or two. I can dim the lights and watch TV, but when it is time for bed I say "Alexa lights off" only to be told every time...."sorry lights isn't responding". I would advise people to look elsewhere if you don't want to turn the lights on and of manually every day.

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TP-Link RE200 AC750 Universal Dual Band Range Extender, £17.49 Prime £21.48 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Boost Your Router Coverage to Expanded Dual Band Wi-Fi Product Specifications Up to 750Mbps AC Wi-Fi Speed Dual Band 2.4GHz (300Mbps) + 5GHz (433Mbps) 1*10/100M Ethernet Port Conv… Read more
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Just get an extension lead and try out a higher location.


No I haven't as my master socket is in the living room


Have you tried placing the router on the first floor?


Wifi extenders reduce data speeds - that's universally accepted and there's no debate about that. It may be the case that the person who 'liked' it got a signal where there wasn't one before, as a result of which he's happy. Really extenders are a waste of time IMO. If you want a better signal, get a proper MESH networking solution.


Thanks mate So how well does this work with Virgin Media latest router. Anyone tried??

TP-LINK AC1750 Wi-Fi Range Extender, RE450 £45.49 @ John Lewis
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Ensure you have a strong Wi-Fi connection throughout your house and say farewell to weak coverage with the TP-LINK AC1750 Wi-Fi Range Extender. Key Features: Expanded 450Mbps … Read more
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Just received the extender today, super easy setup via the wps button on the router. Amazing signal now on the ground floor of my house which is about 1900sq ft. it's also got an ethernet port just in case I need to connect a laptop or device to it. so i'm happy, great price and does the job well compared to other extenders I've had.


There are situations where you can use different brands. I have seen installs that work, but they used a transmitter (connected to router) per brand. so essentially you had a TP Link powerline network (TP Link powerline recievers would communicate with the TP Link transmitter) and a Zyzel powerline network (ditto) connected and working via the same ring-main.What i have always found with these devices is that regardless of what spec you originally purchase, or later add to, the entire powerline network speed will throttled down to whatever the rating of the lowest speed adapter on the network.


Same brand


The problem with this is people put it in rooms where they have no Wi-fi so completely pointless. I would suggest powerline Wi-fi extenders.


Q: do you know if can you mix brands of power lines in a house or do they have to be the same brand to work?

TP-LINK AV600 Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit, TL-PA4010P KIT for £21 @ John Lewis (C&C £2 or Free with £30 spend)
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Thought some people might find this handy especially good if you have weak WIFI in certain areas of the building. If you visit my place you will find lots of gige powerlines scatt… Read more
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I have Netgear, been running for over three years in a house with 20 year old wiring. My kitchen is on a seperate loop so occasionally get a drop, I simply reach over to the unit and switch it off and then on again, it then connects within 3 seconds. If the house didn't have two loops it would probaly never disconnect.


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It may do, some powerline kits come with built in WiFi hotspot. Something like the TL-WPA4220 kit. You plug one in near your router ideally, then the other WiFi one to nearest socket to your outhouse. The less you put between the WiFi plug and the outhouse, the better. My WiFi from that kit is in an upstairs bedroom and the WiFi signal is still fairly strong outside in the garden.


It's never been rewired


Same here - used to recommend them to everybody - now I find them unreliable and generally poor.

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10% off TP-Link Smart Products (WiFI LED Bulb now £26.99 / HS110 Smart Energy Plug £31.49 / HS100 Smart plug £26.99) with code @ Currys
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Some nice discounts for TP-Link products over at Currys, with 10% off current prices with the below code this weekend only. Had a quick look and these seem to be the cheapest aroun… Read more
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Xiaomi Yeelight doesnt require a hub is 600 lumens TP-Link lb110 doesnt require a hub and is 800 Lumens


Is this better than the Philips xiaomi wifi bulbs?

TP-LINK 300Mbps AV600 Powerline Extender Starter Wi-Fi Kit, TL-WPA4220 KIT V1.20 £27.99 C&C £2 @ John lewis
27/04/2018Expires on 27/04/2018Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
TP-LINK 300Mbps AV600 Powerline Extender Starter Wi-Fi Kit, TL-WPA4220 KIT V1.20 Ethernet and WiFi extender, great price -£39.99@ Curry’s.

Yes, you can use Ethernet.


Is this good for Xbox one?


had these before, there is a firmware problem and they keep randomly disconnecting , might have been fixednow


These are £6 in ASDA if you can find in store / stock. I bought some last week and they still had some in the Altrincham store this week


Thanks, just ordered along with a set of wooden spoons for £2.50. Only 3 left in stock now for anyone still interested.

TP-Link TL-PA9020PKIT 2-Port 2000 MBps Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit £62.99 @ Amazon (Dispatched from and sold by Amazon)
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Great price if you need these, best price since Nov 2016!

This is the one I got:


Or these (AV600) for £21


Do your Devolo 1200 support QoS? That was one of the things holding me back in moving from TP-Link to Devolo kit.


spend your money on the Devolo 1200+ Wifi. I did and they are great! That was what i was advised to do byt a lot of people and shops


Seems to be expired @ £91.34

Used) TP-Link AV600 Wi-Fi Powerline Range Extender used £11 @ maplin
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
One touch super range extension - Wi-Fi clone button simplifies your Wi-Fi configuration and helps build a seamless unified home networkHomePlug AV standard providing up to 600Mbps… Read more

Got this as a pair about 4 months ago on a deal from here for about £25-£35. It's great.


now oos


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Yep, you are able to buy these separately as you can have multiple range extenders around the house, which will be connect to the powerline adapter. its half the price compared to amazon.


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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 TL-SG1016D 16-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch £54.97 delivered @ Amazon uk
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
It's not to difficult to find a 10/100/Gigabit 8 port Switch for a good price but a cheap 10/100/Gigabit 16 port is as rare as hen's teeth! This is about as cheap as they come, I t… Read more

Granted some of that, I was originally asked what were the advantages of a 16port switch over two 8port switches, I think I've answered that fully already. It's pretty obvious what you can do if you don't want to buy one. That's all.


"most home users probably don't have any wired connections" - most do. They're still lots of desktops out there. If your need is just for a wireless repeater, then just cable the repeater straight to your router, and no need for a switch. And if you're copying a large file, e.g. DVD, then even a single 3TB drive can stream at 130Mbps, which will fully saturate a Gigabit link. While this is a decent price for a 16port gigabit switch, it's an expensive upgrade if you already have an 8 port gigabit switch. A better value option may be a second 8 port gigabit switch and minimise bottlenecks between switches by placing any servers and NASes on the same switch as the computers that read/write to them.


Unfortunately, I don't have a gigabit network, but I have several physical networks, however most home users probably don't have any wired connections. So it's mostly extended (if at all) by wireless repeaters where the actual speed will be determined by the user's distance from the node, internally and externally. Even with a physical network for instance in practice for a computer physical disk to disk transfers (a relatively fast operation) may be under a gigabit/sec for non SSD disks. It's a matter of determining where the bottleneck lies for any operation. So YMMV :)


that's right


*Assuming the switch's backplane provides enough bandwidth and frame forwarding capacity. Looking at the spec sheet, this 16 port switch offers 32Gbps switching capacity & 23.8Mpps frame forwarding; enough to service all ports simultaneously - which is what you'd expect for the price. Besides the obvious bottleneck of chaining switches, cheap 8-port switches are unlikely to be so internally capable as to handle all ports at full speed simultaneously. In some respects you get what you pay for, though for a home network how much cross-port bandwidth do you actually need?!?

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


Translated " life is merely a distraction from death " I think you've got the wrong category mate!


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:) I used to love it :)


I remember when polos used to be 10p

TP-Link HS100 WiFi Smart Plug 23.99 at Maplin
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Just noticed that these have been reduced in price further at Maplin and are available for free delivery, click and collect or collection in store. For anyone who has been thinki… Read more

All mine have been rock solid so far too. All the TP link stuff I have bought has been great.


Don't be a dick


That's handy. Do you have last week's lottery numbers too?


Big 3 yr warranty sticker on them with a TP link number. Never had any reason to call it


From what I have heard if anything goes wrong then the warranty with TP Link is pretty good on these. I think it lasts 3 years too.

TP-Link Deco M5 3-Pack Mesh Wifi System £183.99 Dispatched from and sold by Maplin_Webdeals - Amazon
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Sold through Amazon by Maplin Webdeals. Part of their liquidation no doubt. Amazon's price is currently £229.99 so a considerable saving. Covers up to 4500 sq ft with high perf… Read more

Same price direct from amazon now


I don't know if this site has any particular bias, but the Deco M5 comes out top in this test, just ahead of the BT Whole Home:


And also available: Tesco / Maplin Maplin / eBay


Anyone know which is the best-ish mesh WiFi system?


Also available direct from Maplin at the same price:

28% off TP-Link smart bulbs - P-Link LB100 Smart LED Wi-Fi Light Bulb, E27, 7 W  £17.99  prime / £21.98 non prime @ Amazon
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Cheapest they have been since Black Friday, plug is on sale as well i think

Why cold, I got the free lights from Hive and then one of these and they put the hive in the corner. Tp remembers the last setting and also uses voice cammand via Google assistant, The hive comes on bright and waits till it's next command before dimming so she's swaps it on ipad. I may have to flog the Hive set


Heat added!


why cold?

TP-Link HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug Free PnP £17.99  (Prime) / £21.98 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Cheapest it has been on Amazon for a while. It was £16.50 in November 2017, but hasn't really dropped in price since. Usually hovering between £22 and £30.
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It's quite messy, as the Sonoff switches don't have any earth connection, so you have to run a separate earth wire. Then you're stuck with the Sonoff servers, which are much less reliable than the TPLink ones. And they're considerably slower to respond - TPLink is about twice as fast. I have two lights in a group, one on Sonoff, one on TPLink, and the TPLink one is always much faster to respond. However, if you want cheap, then the Sonoff ones are unbeatable.


IMHO they’re best for lights and fans. ‘Alexa turn on the lights in the lounge’ features side lamps and the main ceiling light which all turn on at the same time whereas ‘Alexa turn on the lounge sidelights’ is good for a movie or date night in. ‘Alexa turn on the bedroom fan’ is handy on those hotter summer nights without having to get out of bed and I quite often use it when I’m just out of the shower to assist the extractor clearing the damp air and get me drier a bit faster.


I had one of these and it overheated and blew. Wouldn't recommend them.


I have 4 of the HS110's. They work great/as expected..


Good usage cases? Attach it to a toaster and put it in the bath with your sleeping husband in. Then get your daughter to turn on the "downstairs lamp“.

TP-Link TL-SG1008D 8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch £13.99 Prime £16.98 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
8 port Gigabit Switch, Metal ports, power on the same side as the ports. Best ever price according to the camels. Great ratings. What more can you say.
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I'd rather have the Netgear for an extra 99p;


working link: also TP-Link TL-SF1008D V10 8-Port 10/100Mbps Desktop Switch is £9.99


Wouldn't recommend this as no longer supported. Blurb: NETGEAR Inc. will terminate the ProSAFE VPN Firewalls on September 1, 2017. The last software update for these products was provided in April 2017. NETGEAR Inc. will continue to honor valid warranty claims for all ProSAFE VPN Firewall devices purchased from an authorized reseller. To complete the full exit from the product line, NETGEAR Inc. will no longer provide ProSAFE VPN Firewall software support or subscription updates for any ProSAFE VPN Firewall devices after September 1, 2017.


I have this for nearly a year now. Works fine


Link appears bust. :(

(Used) TP-Link TL-PA9020P AV2000 (2000 Mbps) - £33.99 - 2-Port Gigabit Pass-through Powerline  @ Maplin
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
• High speed powerline kit giving data transfer rates of up to 2000Mbps* • Extend the network coverage in your home for an uninterrupted connection • The pair button allows you to … Read more

Out of stock


Note this is for a used/ pre-owned product. Likely very hard to find stock at a local branch. Admittedly it does say (Used) in the deal title!


Great price. But no stock anywhere near where I live. Can't order and pay in store. Just pay then order them into the store. I'm not sure I want to do that with the company going into administration. As mentioned, great price if you can get them locally.

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