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Tenda Nova MW3 mesh WiFi system. £79.84 Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Tenda Nova Whole home mesh WiFi system. Able to cover your whole home. Seems like a good deal considering the one already on here is 2 for £50
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deleted1999407

Just got the mw6 set from AliExpress. Using only 2 with wired backhaul for the 2nd one. Both are upstairs. Getting 160Mbps+ in the lounge which is actually one of the worst areas. I use Plex with 4k rips so speed is important to me even if my internet is currently only 30Mbps. I paid £109 for the 3 so if I can eBay one for £50 I am laughing. For most the MW3 is ample though. In my 4 bed house with a concrete dividing wall 2 units were enough. Maybe 3 would have been better if I didn't have wired backhaul? I would recommend these but think of the mw6 would suit you better? I'm soon to get 300Mbps fibre to the home :) Also, appears as separate SIDS to my TV although that in itself isn't an issue, dodgy TV firmware. Roku also was a bit odd with it but working fine at the moment. Not sure every device is as mesh ready as one would hope.

killerferret

See my post above about the biggest limitation, the other differences I don't think you'll notice in a normal home setup or really need tbh unless you have a lot of active (heavy data requirement) devices being used at the same time.

justhelping

How do this rate compared to the BT Whole Home system?

jb66

These won't go past 100mb if your okay with that it seems okay value

schnecker

Spap.....snap? Where the fek did spap come from :/

NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Tri-Band £170.99 2-Pack / £215.99 3-Pack @ Amazon
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Found 30th SepFound 30th Sep
Good price for the 3 pack! Currently £300 at Curry’s.
vickyindelhi

This or the bigger vellop??

Chris_Page-9a382.79943

Ubiquity is better

jak19

Have had the RBK43 3-pack for ~6 months now and can't recommend it highly enough - we get excellent coverage across the house and near 100% of the 200mbps bandwidth from our Virgin connection over the wireless network

wundaii

Very useful to know, thanks!

UKBFG

There's differences in wi-fi speed, back-haul bandwidth, USB Ports, Ethernet ports and internal memory between some of the different options, so it's worth having a good look at the details in the link above before deciding what option is best for you, And considering the "handover" between satellite units can be problematic sometimes, i'd recommend going for a 2 pack of the bigger units instead of 3 of the smaller ones.

BT Whole Home Wi-Fi, Pack of 2 Discs £99.99 Amazon Very good price for the two disc setup.
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Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Bt Whole Home Wifi reduced from £149 to £99.99. Excellent price for the two disc setup. Current Firmware very stable, so a good option for those looking to improve their wifi at h… Read more
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ajay2606

Also this price on the BT Shop for 2 discs https://www.shop.bt.com/products/bt-whole-home-wi-fi---twin-pack-092099-D543.html

saxo_appeal

Anyone know if you can force connection fromone disc to a certain device? I have a Ring Floodlight outside and it keeps switching from the Kitchen Disc (which is the closest at about 4m away) to the bedroom Disc which is about 8m away and through a couple of walls). I would much prefer if I could make the floodlight only connect to the kitchen one and stick to it :(

Myriad

My Nova MW6 is performing much better outside, with this I'm getting fluctuations of 40-60MB/s and not totally reliable. MW6 was showing full signal strength and 60-70MB/s. Might actually end up keeping my MW6s instead and sell the 1 I have left

Tootsahoy

As Jordan said above, reset them with a pin. Worth a try as I really had given up on my discs. Ethernet wasn't working on any of them. Finally gave them a new go and they were like a different device altogether.

rumbongo

Now same price at John Lewis, including 2year warranty.

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BT Flex 600 powerline WiFi extender kit £35 Robert Dyas in store
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LocalLocalFound 1st SepFound 1st Sep
As per title. Official Robert Dyas current price £40. Example in photo was seen in Woodley, Berks branch. Just corrected the link but not sure if the linked item is quite identica… Read more
buglawton

Im thinking the Flex 600 should be a superior solution to a typical wifi extender (£27) like this: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tp-link-re360-wi-fi-extender-2699-argos-3026683 because it should be possible to set the Flex up to use a different channel than your main wifi. I wasn't thinking of it as an alternative to a point to point powerline extender which is a bit inflexible. Standard wifi extenders that don't include a powerline sender are likelier to interfere with the performance of your main wfi, or confuse your wireless printer (both happened to me).

Casperuk82

But that's wired only. OP has posted the WiFi and wired versions of the BT kit. Which are always more money than the wired only versions. Yes it's only 600mbs. But your never going to need more than that if you are going to be using. It for streaming HD content or extending your WiFi Shame it's in store only. I've been waiting for a price drop on these for ages

sam_of_london

Amazon has been selling tplink av1000 for similar price . Better buy Av2000 than this av600. I have had av2000 for 3 years now TP-Link TL-PA7010KIT 1-Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, Data Transfer Speed Up to 1000 Mbps, Ideal for HD/3D/4K Video Streaming and Online Gaming, No Configuration Required, UK Plug amazon.co.uk/dp/B06WRSHKC6/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_D3QIBbTYN9KA8

Netgear Orbi RBK30 Tri Band AC2200 Wi-Fi Mesh Router £123.83 @Amazon UK
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Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Seems to be the lowest price according to camelcamelcamel, looking for something that will give better performance than my sky Q hub as I'm moving home and that only just about cut… Read more
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x-man

Small house but with 2x thick brick walls and the master socket is pocketed in the worse possible corner of the house - through the years I tried the most expensive routers and boosters... this thing has been amazing - try it and see if it works for you, get it from amazon so you can return if needed. Setting up is easy enough but might take some time while you find your was around and update the latest firmwares for both base and satellites..., finding a good spot for the satellite needs some good thinking - but after that the the thing works and is keeping all my house and garden with full signal and full speed (I get 65mbps max from infinity 2). I have it connected to an openreach router which requieres special settings - Netgear support was good and helped me when needed, a lot can be found via google too.

GwanGy

Vatican recommended ? must be good .....

jjabbar

Had not the problems been ironed out in new software releases? I have an RBK50 and an extra plug satellite. I've had zero issues since my purchase back early this year. Maybe there's a faulty batch been sold.

mattclarkie

I've got the more expensive RBK40 and the range isn't as good as the HH5 it replaced, it never seems to hand-off to the satellite as I get poor signal in some places where I'd get amazing signal if it had connected to the satellite which is much closer. It might be the device not roaming, but if mesh is dependent on that then what's the point in mesh if the devices don't roam.

fishleg003

I'm looking at using something like this but I don't think it's there yet like none of them seem perfect but I do like the unifi ones so far.

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Xiaomi Mi WiFi Repeater 2 Extender 300Mbps - £4.22 delivered @ Tomtop
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No code needed, free delivery and from a decent brand, Xiaomi Xiaomi Mi WiFi Repeater 2 is designed to extended Wi-Fi coverage and strength the signal of existing wireless network… Read more
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filipr

They cancelled my order as well. They already refunded me

lugsy3

Mine got cancelled this morning due to a problem with the batch of products, load of rubbish, probably over subscribed. Funny got email last week saying dispatched lol.

Purchii

Can this be used as a wifi adapter for my desktop?

hawkinsandy

Ordered one. It wasn’t 4.20 though, was 5.51

Hughmungus

I have and it works very well.

BT Dual Band WIFI upgrade (for older routers) £19.99 @ Telephones online
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Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Bit specialist this so apologies and will probably go cold LOL! This adds 5GHz Wi-Fi to your older router that may not have 5GHz built in enabling newer devices to take advantage … Read more
DE4L3R

Bt should give you the better router .leave them and rejoin?

deleted1999407

Had one of these years ago for about £8 at pc world. Rather pointless unless you still only have a 2.4ghz only router or a computer without wireless. Apart from a printer and an ancient laptop all of my kit is AC now. Spend a bit more and get an AC router, will give much better service over time. It is worth remembering that basic 5ghz has a very poor range compared with 2.4.

Chulmney_Warner

I, too, bought one at £7.98. I haven't found a way (and an email to BT customer care confirmed the same) to use the access point as a WiFi extender. Perhaps the firmware can be flashed?

SUMMONER

Just in case it is not obvious from the description, this access point does 5GHz WiFi only. BT designed it to sit right next to the old 2.4GHz HomeHub routers. I bought a couple of these back when PC World was flogging them for £7.98 delivered a couple of years ago. I am still using the USB WiFi sticks today, which obviously do both 2.4 and 5GHz. Support page for the USB WiFi dongle

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TP-Link N300 Universal Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot £12.98 (+£4.49 non prime) @ Amazon
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Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Easily expand wireless coverage to previously unreachable or hard-to-wire areas at a push of range extender button Miniature size and wall-mounted design make it easy to deploy and… Read more
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dtc333

Where ?

danflorin3

4£ in Asda :)

jrw

Only if you place the extender next to the router would it connect at 300mbps which kind of defeats the object. Which is why I don't like them, because if you're placing it to fill a black spot, depending on how big the building is it's going to be half way between the router and the black spot if you can get power there, so you'll be getting 150mbps if you're lucky so you're then at 75mbps at the extender connections. If you're on 200mbps fibre then you're going to notice.

LostAchilles_.

Only your internal transfer rate is halved, not your broadband bandwidth. Most routers and devices run at 300Mb/s on internal transfer rates. As long as your actual broadband bandwidth isn't higher than your internal bandwidth then you'll never experience a lower speed as a result of these and those who do.. don't need to worry because they still have 150Mb/s broadband speeds.

jrw

I didn't say they were useless, I said they halve the bandwidth. If you've got the throughput overhead to be able to loose then they're fine. I find it better to just use power lines and now my sky q is effectively mesh I have no dead spots.

Tenda MW3 nova mesh WiFi 3 node system £79.99 @ box.co.uk
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Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
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spinks

Just put all 3 units in a sequential line. Base 15m to Module1 15m to Module2. Should be more than enough. Then experiment moving module1 from the base to maybe 20m and remove Module2.

spinks

Arrived next day. Easy to install the first cube and the others are plug and play. Tenda app required for installation. Sonos works fine as it’s working from a dedicated network. Normally they don’t work well with extenders so having their own network works fine. Plug Play Forget.

neilc

Please does anyone know the range of these as we have a stpidly long extension that struggles with wifi as the router is about 40 metres away through several walls. Thanks

ChrisAston-Roebuck

These are rubbish. I sent mine back. I paid 180 at the time. There’s a reason they’re priced this low. Edit, I had an MW6. In that case I’d hate to see what this lower model is like. If you want a decent mesh network get the AmpliFi HD.

shmirk

Mine arrived today, absolutely superb for the money. Full speed broadband in the whole house! Can't recommend highly enough

TP-Link 300Mbps WiFi extender. Model TL-WA855RE £13.33 Online & In-Store @ Sainsbury's
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Just brought mine in-store but available online too. Found a few others round the same price at other retailers but I needed an Ethernet port which this has. Description Boosts yo… Read more
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kar999

I've just picked one up mainly to have the use of its ethernet socket, which my MiFi doesn't have, so I can plug in an IP camera.

Fatal.Swan

I've been using a similar TP-link Wifi extender (though a different model) and eventually gave up on it. It does extend the range a little but constantly drops out and needs to be switched off and on again. The wireless connection around the house is far less reliable when using the extender with the most irritating thing being that when the extender drops out it seems to take all the wireless devices with it, even if they are in range of the router. Also my phone etc still appears to be connected to the wireless network, even though the extender has lost its connection to the router, so I'd miss emails and other notifications until I realised and reset the extender.

mattjames1980

If you want better range in your house and more consistent speeds lookup mesh routers/kits....wired always better but if not an option, mesh are the way to go

vivian265

I spent £50 on a ‘higher end’ model and in all fairness it does work. It can lose signal at times though and requires the occasional reboot. For this price, worth giving it a try.

stevo6105

Arrr I see. OK thanks darling (flirt)

Refurbished - BT Essentials Wi-Fi Extender 300 £9.99 @ Telephonesonline
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Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
WORKS WITH ANY BROADBAND PROVIDERBT's Essentials Wi-Fi Extender 300 has been designed to work with any service provider to make sure everyone can make the most of their Broadband a… Read more
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Pattoe

As far as I'm aware those devices are only for a wired ethernet cable to go through them, so good for connecting up laptops/desktop pcs that are far from the router... Also they are pretty expensive as you pay a lot for the 2000Mbp/s transfer rate even though the fastest internet speeds you're looking at in the UK domestically are around 300Mbp/s (Bt fttp, virgin media fibre and EE Fibre max+) There are powerline adapters that extend wifi, TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT 2-Port Powerline Adapter WiFi Starter Kit

Marzman

I set one of these up for a friend (actually a better model) and also couldn't see any improvement.

wakkaday

i have tp link av homeplug 2000 and i need to extend a wifi in the kitchen, will this work?

FinbarMcDougal

Useless. tried just that with one last week and it made zero difference. Returned it and swapped for a powerline system. Much better.

Pattoe

I'm not sure about back garden. It emits a wifi network around itself, I've used one in my own home set up to create a wifi signal for my bedroom and that has worked. If you put it as close to the garden as possible, the wifi network could reach all the way into the garden but it depends on how large your garden is and also on a number of different things, glass interferes with wifi signals more than you'd think, so if the door is closed that will have a big negative impact on the signal. It works best when you're in the same room as it, basically.

Tp link wa850re 300mbps wifi extender £6 Sainsburys instore
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LocalLocalFound 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Went to local sainsburys and i saw this deal which i couldn't resist. Not sure if its national
snapdragon

It’s not pointless. We have one in an outdoor socket to cover the garden and garage. It’s just a relay transceiver for extending range.

rufnek2kx

Hmm not sure I agree with you on that. The PS4 (bedroom) connects at a low speed to the WiFi router, but I've plugged it into this instead and get a much faster connection speed.

smaj

Sorry for the late reply, it was in Stockton store.

Picard123

Pointless device as they just halve bandwith so your internet gets even slower.

danflorin3

Cold. This was 4 in Asda..Almost national:)

NETGEAR RBK30 and 2 x RBW30 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System - £179.99 @ Amazon
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I posted this deal a few months back at £199.99. Now dropped further. DEAL OF THE DAY so ends tonight. Single network name; one Wi-Fi name and seamless roaming for your whole h… Read more
piggy74

Is RBK50 better than this..this gives more coverage

david_robinson94

It’s a good system, I have the RBK30 with just the one satellite and have strong WiFi coverage throughout our house and garden

conradj1

The faster 2 unit RBK50 comes up at £199 sometimes.

jjabbar

Edited link

the_bargain_hunter

Item shows one of Netgear RBK30 and one of RBW30? And not two? Correct me if I'm wrong?

TP-Link TL-WA860RE N300 Universal Range Extender with Extra Power Outlet, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with 1 Ethernet Port and 2 External Antennas, Plug and Play, UK Plug £16.98 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
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The TL-WA860RE extends your network's Wi-Fi and delivers reliable N300 wireless coverage to hard-to-reach areas in your home. You can also use the Ethernet port to connect smart TV… Read more
joyf4536

Yes

matengawhat

Are these any good, I have a dead zone in my lounge where my phone constantly switches from WiFi to 4g, my switch shows zero Internet but my alexa works fine

TP Link WiFi Extender £10 instore @ Sainsburys
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My first ever post! 🙈 @ Sainsburys Southampton Portswood TP Link 300mbps WiFi range extender (model TL-WA850RE). Listed on the JS website at £22, and on Amazon at £15… Read more
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vinnynice

can this be used with sky Q? great deal by the way. voted hot

Workaholic

Also at Regent Road, Salford

KFC1869

Irvine store had these today thanks OP.

Bmickg

Any body know what ports to forward to get these to give Xbox' s as open nat type ?they were open before but with this plugged in it's now strict. Sainsburys in kirkcauldy Fife has them

archie41

i got one the day before your post from asda £15. that was a good price, so £10 is a bargain price. my findings are that this is a great item that does an excellent job. i now get a good signal in my garden. strangely it seems to have made my internet speed faster. even though before i was sat pretty close to the router. it is really simple to set up. press wps on router, press button on tp link. job done in less than a minute.

TP-Link N300 - Universal Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with 1 Ethernet Port, Plug and Play, Built-in Access Point Mode, UK Plug (TL-WA850RE) - £15 (Prime) £18.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Saw the TP-Link N300 listed at £15 instore at Sainsburys. According to 3Camel been £15 at Amazon for past few weeks. (FREE UK Delivery on orders dispatched by Amazon over £20, or … Read more
archie333

Plug it in, connect your WiFi to it and go to tplinkrepeater.net (if setting up 1st time, the website loads up itself). Then you just follow on-screen instruction - scan for networks, choose yours, change extended WiFi name and set password (you can keep router password as well). Voilà, all done.

nokiafusion

+1 I have this and it’s a one button push on the extender and another on your router to connect. It even has its own app so you can customise it. You can even turn the lights out on it. I have it on my landing and works great as a night light. Never dropped connection once and had it about a year.

PIXIE.AND.DIXIE

Got one and works well. Use it to bridge gap from router to garden by plugging in end of house.

baker19811

Both choose one or the other I have it and it works fine but if you have a rubbish unreliable router that drops signal even when your near it don’t bother with this

5Rivers79

Have this and it’s terrible. Loses connection all the time for some reason. Have reset it to factory settings too but still doesn’t help. Looking into mesh WiFi now or the Uniquiti APs.

BT Mini Wi-Fi Home Hotspot Broadband 600 Kit Powerline Adapter Pack of 2 - White at Ebay/PhoneOutlet for £21.99 - Refurbished
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Found these almost half price for refurbished ones and they come with a years warranty. Here is the description from the website: Using your Wi-Fi Home Hotspots - By BT Works wit… Read more
bobhunt6

Ordered, thanks OP.

wager2

Bought these. Great item. Plug and play. No set up. Worked a treat

Jamesd_

Hmm - quite disappointed in the performance. I knew not to reasonably expect 100+Mb/s (Using the ethernet port). I have no idea what your '600 Mbps' is supposed to represent when the box claims 100Mb/s. In my flat for two sockets next to each other I could only get aroud ~36Mb/s, slower in real world terms than my Wi-fi. These were supposed to replace running ethernet across my floor, but this just won't do. Yes you can run off the list of environmental issues that can affect speeds but I still feel duped.

99dealz

Done, doesn't matter anyway I don't think as it's cold.

copperspock

I think people would be interested in both :). There's enough space to mention it in the title.

iancwatkinson

Better in what way? It's slower close range, and long range. http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/tp-link/1406022/tp-link-deco-m5-review-a-challenger-for-google-wifis-crown It's better if you want the 2 years AV...

replicant69

Some advice please if you could? What the difference is between these units and the BT ones? I notice Alexa compatibility mentioned on the TP ones, not sure what use this would be for a WiFi system? Also someone has mentioned Ubiquiti Networks device - would this be better than either of the above?

Oneday77

I've just replaced my M5 setup that i also added a 4th node to. With 2 Ubquiti AP Lite access points. Then installed the controller onto windows. Far better experience. the M5 needed rebooted every 1-2 weeks. Would not connect via App very reliably. The 'Traffic' monitoring, only volume, was useless. Also the hand off between mobile device an nodes sucks.

tonymcg

Got rid of our Cisco set up in work and got the ubiquiti AC ones, very pleased with them

DemonIT

^ What he said.

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