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Ring Chime Pro (2nd Gen) Wi-Fi Extender and Chime - £40.49 @ The Electrical Showroom
Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
The Ring Chime Pro Generation 2 is a mains powered chime that plugs into any standard power outlet and is compatible with the Ring Video Doorbell, along with Security Cameras, that provides …

That's why I said the WiFi extender may be the selling point. But they did not make any comments in the specs and description about this and that's what I found it odd. Yes, maybe not much to say about this, buy that's the feature that should stand out to justify a price. If I know nothing about this and I have to buy in between the Pro and the non pro, I go with the cheap one as there is nothing to tell me why the other one is better.


The extender does make a huge difference. The wifi on the Ring doorbell is rubbish in my experience. My front door is only at the end of a 3 metre hallway from where my router is, but if I connect the doorbell directly to my wifi, the signal is very poor. So I put a Chime Pro in the hallway, about halfway between them, and connected it to the wifi instead and then connected the doorbell to the Pro and the signal is always excellent. The little night light is handy too. We have another one upstairs so that's useful for when the little one gets up during the night and the landing is pitch black. These are not cheap, for what they are, but I'd say this is a decent price for them.


I jumped in balls deep. Bought two of these (one for me and one for the parents house) plus a replaceable battery for the doorbell - all for £99 delivered


Thanks OP tempted by this, the ring doorbell 4 wifi is absolutely shocking!


I guess the selling point on this one is wifi extender and the night light. Maybe that's what it makes it better than the non pro version. However there is no info in the specs about WiFi extender which may be something some people need. Otherwise, I honestly do not see the point of this when you can get a Flex 4 time cheaper or Echo Dots, also cheaper. Unless you're really concerned a smart device is listening to you, but even so, you can mute it and still use it as a chime. At this price you probably can get an Echo Show which will act as a chime and also will automatically show you who's at the door. Not voting as this may appeal to some, but I don't feel is cheap unless the WiFi extender makes a difference.

Tenda A15 AC750 Dual Band Universal WiFi Repeater, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot - £9.98 Delivered With Code @ MyMemory
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Posted 20th AprPosted 20th Apr
Nice basic repeater for under £10 delivered, use code HMMA15 at checkout, same price at box.co.uk but you will need to add a £2.95 delivery charge. One Touch WPS connection Press the WPS …
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Had this before and totally worthless - did nothing. Handed to charity shop this week. Buy cheap and buy twice motto for this piece of rubbish.


What's the cheapest option to get a good signal in my extension (opposite side of my house to router ) to get strong relatively fast speeds


If you have mesh then stay with mesh and add extra node. Dropping this into your existing network will give you hugely deminishing returns with regards to connection and coverage


I'd probably go with another M3 node as I believe it's AC1200 or above? Be aware, as you probably are, M3 nodes are 10/100 rather than 10/100/1000.


This or another Tenda Nova M3 node, which would be more beneficial?

TP-Link AV1000 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline ac Wi-Fi Kit, Dual Band Speed Up to 1200 Mbps, Wi-Fi Extender/ Booster - £44.99 @ amazon
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Posted 7th AprPosted 7th Apr
TP-Link AV1000 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline ac Wi-Fi Kit, Dual Band Speed Up to 1200 Mbps, Wi-Fi Extender/ Booster, Extra Power Socket, No Configuration Required (TL-WPA7617 KIT) About th…

This can be used, but if they have no use for the WiFi part then they could by a cheaper version without WiFi (like the Argos one). This can be used across rings. Speed will be lower than if they were on the same ring though


This one also has WiFi. The Argos one does not The do, but the speed with be reduced, so the instruction advise against it


A friend is looking something like this for their house. They have a cctv system that does not have WiFi. The cctv box must be connected via ethernet. Only problem is, the box is upstairs away from their router. Can they use this and connect the ethernet csble from one of the plugs into their cctv box? I believe they've 2 ring circuits (upstairs and downstairs). Can this be used or do both plugs need to be on the same circuit? I'm hoping that because there is WiFi it will get around that issue.


Bought this set earlier this week. Just moved into a new flat, in a victorian house. Was worried it wouldn't work well over the wiring, but it's spot on and I'm getting the same speed wired as I get plugged straight into the router. Just picked up another extension on ebay for under £20 shipped as well.


Yes they do, but it's not recommended, as the twisted cabling can interfere with the performance.

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TP-Link 300Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender £12.99 free click & collect @ Argos
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Posted 2nd MarPosted 2nd Mar
TP-Link 300Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender £12.99 free click & collect @ Argos£12.99Argos Deals
Same price on Amazon Tired of Wi-Fi ''dead zone''? TP-Link's range extender connects to your router wirelessly, strengthening and expanding its signal into areas it can't on its own. The …
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I find the ring doorbell WiFi signal is quite weak generally when on the other side of a thick cavity wall. But I have this literally plugged in on the other side of the front door, extending the signal from the router that's upstairs. I agree with some comments that it's not great speeds, as have connected my phone to it and speeds are low compared to the main signal. But for me this booster takes my ring doorbell from a red weak signal with connection issues, to a consistent green signal that I have had no issues with for months.


EXACTLY why I'm getting one, too - cheers!


Not for this plugin extender product, powerlink products yes, they must be on the same ring so they can see each other.


Yes. The sockets must be on the same ring main


This does plug in to the electric sockets…