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Kasa Smart WiFi Plug by TP-Link HS100 £20.99 @ Amazon
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Smartplug individual price is 20.99 while pack of 3 is 69.99 which got me doing mental maths and it was only then I saw that there is 30% discount on these right now at Amazon.

Heat added. Thanks.


Whoa.. this is being voted cold... I thought it was a decent price for someone like me who needed to buy it now.. :o :o




Was this at amazon ?


Can and will be cheaper.

TP-Link TL-PA9020KIT 2-Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit  No Configuration Required, UK Plug Amazon 64.99
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Powelink av2000 lightning deal . 84.99 at currys
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I can't wait until next year when the "had AV200 for 2 years" changes to "had av2000 for 3 years" comments are updated. She won't change and the comments aren't offensive enough to mute her. The weekend comments after shes downed a few bottles of whisky amuse me


Love it. Love it. Love it.


So does the Sony xperia xz premium although, Lots of bezel Sony branded Bezel. Very less phone


I don't understand why this is cold, seems like a good enough deal


This works in background and i can watch 4k Hdr movies and Sports in 4k on the internet.

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.

TP-Link TL-WPA8630PKIT V2 Dual Band Gigabit Passthrough AC1350 Powerline Adapter, Range Extender, Wi-Fi Extender - £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
TP Link Powerline adaptor sends internet signal around your house via the electrical ring main.
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Useful for pc gaming and relocating your hue bridge :)


Also at curry’s in store and online


Well, I don't think this is too bad a deal. Voted hot from me. I use 2gb adapters and they are ok. Pass through is a must unless you have loads of sockets.


Thanks for that bouncy99


Powerline adapters are really useful for IPTV, inbox open. ;)

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TP-LINK HS-100 2nd Gen Smart Plug £17.49 prime / £21.98 non prime Amazon
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Product DescriptionControl electronics from anywhere using your tablet or smartphone with the TP-Link smart Wi-Fi plug. You can turn devices on/off, check status, create schedules … Read more
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The Gen1 work with IFTTT...


Lamps in the lounge, TV, extension leads etc. At night everything is off in the lounge apart from the Sky box. Saves money and gives peace of mind.


Christmas lights, fish tank, lamps that can't have smart bulbs. Heated clothes airer (combined with IFTTT and Stringify)


Christmas lights, other than that lights in kids room and extension cable both plugged into inaccessible plugs, and a towel rail with a schedule set.


Use mine for starting up and switching off tv and devices connected to it. Assume im saving money in the long run

TP Link HS100 Smart Plug Twin Pack Costco
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Twin pack of the TP Link HS100 smart plugs for just £28.99. These were also in my local store for £28.18 as well

There are 2 plugs in the first picture..., and the description read “2 Pack” at the end... they’re just using the wrong images.


if you look at the weight and the pictures I think this is actually for the single.


Costco in Leicester have them instore. I think they worked out about £28.78 off the top of my head but they were in a random place and took me a while to find them. Not sure they had finished putting them out.


Could be because they have their own app? The app and plugs run very smoothly together so im guessing thats the plus side vs others.


Got quite a few of these. They work great.

TP-LINK TL-SF1005D V14 5-Ports 10/100 Mbps Desktop Ethernet Switch - £6.98 (Prime) £11.47 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 15th SepFound 15th Sep
Good price for basic switch from TP-Link The TL-SF1005D 5-Port 10/100Mbps Desktop Switch provides an easy way to expand your wired network. All RJ45 ports support Auto MDI/MDIX, e… Read more

8 port gigabit switches from Netgear and D-Link are often sub £15...saw a D-link for £9.99 the other day,


Old junk cold . Like this is year 2000.


Got a brand-new, sealed one for £1 on eBay, & when the seller personally delivered it in person, I paid him another £1 for his trouble. So, may be worth a look in your local eBay listings / Gumtree / Shpock / similar before purchasing & save yourself a bit.


I have one-cheap and cheerful, does exactly what I need. Hot for what it is, not cold for what it's not.


+1 to Ahenners

TP-Link HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug £22.50 instore / online @ Sainsbury's
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Compatibility - works with Amazon Alexa (Echo and Echo Dot) and Google Assistant for voice control (Alexa device and Google Home device sold separately) and IFTTT No hub required … Read more

Thanks OP, just bought one online. Sainsbury's keep sending us coupons at the moment and we wouldn't have used this week's £8 off coupon before it expires on Saturday. I just made the order up to £40 by adding £1 Dececco pasta on offer, booked a £1 delivery slot, so I got the plug for £15.50 delivered (the pasta I would have bought anyway as we always stock up when it is on offer!)


Are people voting this cold because select Amazon account holders were able to get them for £10 a while ago, whereas many of us couldn't? Or it sold for £16.99 back in July? A little unfair on the OP. Amazon have them at £29 at the moment so unless anyone can point to a cheaper CURRENT deal this is good in my books (if you can't wait). Thanks OP (cheeky)


Saw it at this price in Sainsbury's, Chiswick too.


Yeah - was gutted it didn’t work for me (skeptical)


These were £10 through this post.. Account specific but worth a try

TP-Link TL-PA4010PKIT Passthrough Powerline, UK Plug, Pack of 2 £34 @ Amazon
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Decent TP Link powerline with passthrough so doesn't waste a power socket. The best thing about this though, see the first Customer Question and Answer!

Agreed - There are great for streaming Netflix/Amazon Prime etc to TVs at the extremities of my Wifi service


Half these comments are a nonsense. I've had this and regularly get download speeds of around 60 megabits per second - which probably faster than most people's internet connection.


I've had the 2 port version since release, been absolutely perfect for years. Unless you need more than 80mb these are fine. My lg oled only has a 100mb port on it anyway.


The AV1200 are available on the same listing for a fiver more. There’s no passthrough on them but if you have a super fast fibre optic internet connection you want the 1200s. In my experience I don’t get more than 65Mbps from the 600’s


I have a pair of these. We're fine for about 2 years or so. But then dropped out continuously. Have since started using non pass throughs that i bought at the same time. They work fine and never drop out.

TP-Link 600 Mbps Passthrough Home Plug Powerline Adapter Starter Kit New £23.75 delivered @ MyMemory eBay!
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Looking new Powerline adapters for downstairs that don’t occupy sockets and stumbled across these. Seem much cheaper than anywhere else and I’ve ordered from MyMemory’s website bef… Read more

I have a few different powercli email adaptors all working together I ever have a powerline hub/switch . I've bought these as I will definitely be needing them in the near future to add to my network ha


Hope they’re working well for you! I have a set myself already and they’re one of the best things I’ve ever bought (flirt)


Thanks I ordered these last week arrived a couple of days ago

TP-Link AV600 Powerline Starter Kit- £22.99 delivered @ Mymemory
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
+4.2% Topcashback Miniature design, smaller than most powerline adapters on the market, blends discreetly in front of any power outlet • No new wires, Easy Plug and Play operatio… Read more
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Is AV 600 better than AV 500. I assume it is compatible to AV500. It is hard to keep up with all the new things.


hehe true to form, he didn't let me down :)


Exactly this. The 10/100 Ethernet seriously hampered my network speeds. Definitely worthwhile looking for a gigabit enabled powerline.


I've had these for around 2 years. Be aware that they only have 10/100 Ethernet adapter built in so no gigabit (10/100/1000) connection. This was seriously limiting my network speed. Playing 1080p movies with Dolby digital or DTS 7.1 from my NAS drive (not internet) often buffered. 4k movies from NAS drive always buffered, unwatchable. I ended up upgrading to AV1200 with gigabit (10/100/1000) ports and playback has been seamless. For a basic powerline this is ok but with broadband speeds increasing through fibre and 4k movie playback over networks I'd personally pay more for the gigabit connection.


Cold, no band 20 ethernet connection.

TP-LINK TL-SG1008D 8-Ports Gigabit Switch @ Amazon - £13.99 Prime / £18.48 non-Prime
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
17.99 @ Currys 8 Gigabit Ethernet ports, up to 10x faster than fast Ethernet for maximum performance, supports auto MDI/MDIX Auto-negotiation intelligently adjust… Read more
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Plug and play is for the network cables being plugged in - it still needs plugged into the mains.


Does this have the same power for full speeds as it’s plug and play as opposed to a seperate Power supply ?


I have one of these connected to my tv setup and a single cable running from my Virgin Hub. I have everything connected to the switch including Xbox, PS4, Appple TV etc. I’m using 7 ports and it has always worked perfect.


They are very good, but like robodan918 says, they're this price every other month it seems. Nope not a managed switch if that's what you mean? In my experience yes they can make a small difference, but it's usually the lifetime of the switch and stability that makes ones like this more worthwhile than cheaper ones.


Is this smart switch?

Tp-link hs100 £17.99 @ John Lewis & Partners (£2 C&C)
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Easily manage your electronic devices and appliances anywhere using your smart phone or tablet with the HS100 TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi Plug. Turn devices on or off, check status, create… Read more
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Can these be configured to be switched on using the button but automatically switch off after a pre-determined time? EDIT: I stopped being lazy and google it. From their webpage: The Smart Plugs give you a peace of mind with the count down timer feature, which automatically switches off the running household appliances (clothes iron and curling iron) if you have set a time limit before.


50p cheaper at Currys:


You can with any timer if you set it up correctly.


This mean I can set fire to my house at a certain time of day?


Also at Amazon

TP-Link Smart WiFi Hue Light Bulb - £16.99 @ Amazon Prime / £21.48 non-Prime
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
TP-Link Smart WiFi Hue Light Bulb, E27, 7W, Works with Amazon Alexa (Echo and Echo Dot), Google Home and IFTTT, Dimmable Soft Warm White, No Hub Required Lowest price it's been in… Read more

Yes but I was pointing out how some of your justification is flawed. i.e that 5ghz is more reliable and more compatible when it’s not. Fewer devices support it, it’s a newer standard that isn’t as robust (and we still have manufacturers playing around with doing their own thing on the 5Ghz band) and it needs more components to support both radios (as it’s not viable to do just 5ghz devices) so that means more to go wrong. And we don’t want smart bulbs on the 5ghz band, sure it helps that 5ghz is wider and has more channels but if we start filling it up with devices that have no need to be on a 5ghz network it’s quickly going to have more problems than 2.4g does because of the nature of it.


I explained my usecase above as to why this wouldn't work for me - it is a good price but, for me at least, this wouldn't work.


Paid this last week on the Treasure Truck deal plus got a big bag of crisps and a rubik cube given.


Except 5ghz isn’t more compatible. Everyone with Wi-Fi in their home can use 2.4ghz but not everyone has a 5ghz router. The would have to include both radios to support both bands and there isn’t a Masisve amount of room in the bulb to allow this. Also 2.4ghz provides better range which for a device like this is important as you are more likely to have black spots in your home on 5ghz. And the crowded nature of 2.4ghz is less of a problem for devices like this too, it’s not like they send a massive amount of data like a computer where it would be important, having these devices start clogging up the 5ghz band would be awful, it makes sense to keep such device son 2.4ghz and leave those where data throughput is important for then5ghz band


Got to admit it is a problem getting up off the sofa to turn a light off

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 :(

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