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NETGEAR 11AC 1200 Mbps (300 Mbps + 900 Mbps) Dual Band  for £21.99  Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
Ideal for extending Wi-Fi to devices like the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, iPad, PlayStation, Kindle, FireTV and Alexa Extend Wi-Fi up to 1200 Mbps, dual band 2.4 and 5GHz.Supports 802… Read more

Seems good. Annoyed can't go for this, as need 2 ethernets.


I bought one ages ago and it works really well. Picks up existing wifi no probs and gets good range.


(lol) thanks. (y)


£2199 delivered, bargain Might be a typo in the title.

RING Video Doorbell 2 & Chime Pro Wi-Fi Extender & Indoor Door Chime Bundle - £155 with code @ Currys
Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Been looking at this bundle for a while, was £219 when I nearly purchased it last week. Curry's now have £50 off plus the 10% discount code to bring it down to £155. Included the w… Read more

Very tempted with this deal. Looks like the extra 10% off finishes tonight aswell


I just can’t bring myself to spend £150 on a doorbell


Should’ve gone to Specsavers Dimensions of Nest Hello 4.3 cm x 11.7 cm x 2.6 cm Dimensions of Ring Pro 4.7 cm x 11.43 cm x 2.03 cm


Nest is better though


Oh got it. I am looking some videos now, and it all starts making sense. I have heard of distance relationships but this is quite innovative.

Tends 1GBPS power line adapters + WiFi extender - £28.96 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 3rd DecFound 3rd Dec
AV1000 Wi-Fi Powerline Extender Kit 1GBPS RJ45 ports 1000Mbps Powerline Speed 300Mbps Wireless Speed with Wi-Fi cloning technology Features 2 Gigabit network ports on WiFi extend… Read more
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I'm really keen to hear buyers' experiences of these powerline WiFi extenders please. We're after two sets to produce a "net" of coverage (and Ethernet points for hardwired bits and bobs too). Do the WiFi units produce a mesh-like network, but with better inter-connectivity (ie. each other these access points is powerline connected rather than just repeating the WiFi signal). If using the "clone" button, can you roam between WiFi hotspots without losing connection (ie. is it the same SSID throughout or do you have to keep logging in to the nearest/strongest one as you move?) Many thanks for any feedback!


Great! Although that sounds like a bit of a warning too... Can I please ask what you didn't like so I can check if it'd be the same problem for me? I'm hoping this will solve a world of issues! Thanks.


I got one and did not like it. You can have it otherwise back to Amazon.


lol it's rare i am on at the same time as any bargains, usually miss the stock by minutes


How did I miss this!

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RING Video Doorbell 2 & Chime Pro Wi-Fi Extender & Indoor Door Chime Bundle £136.92 Currys
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
RING Video Doorbell 2 & Chime Pro Wi-Fi Extender & Indoor Door Chime Bundle Was looking for this bundle as did not want the pro hard wired version. Can't seem this cheaper … Read more

Yes just tried to buy one. Definitely expired 😞


Showing as £219 and the code seems to have expi


Anyone got one of these? Thinking about purchasing. Tia


Yes just imagine the doorbell needs to connect to your house WiFi. When your mobile is on WiFi, the further you walk away from your house, the signal strength gets weaker before it disconnects. So a WiFi extender near the front of your house 'should' be sufficient. As long as you don't have a 50 metre plus front drive.


The shocking reviews put me off....can imagine it would be difficult to return to Currys as well, so might be better for me to get it off Amazon, in case it ends up simply not working, like it seems to for some people...

British General Wi-Fi Extender Switched Double Socket + USB Port - £21.99 @ MyMemory
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Improved Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home. Works with all wireless broadband routers. Easy to install and setup with one-touch WPS Perfect for streaming music and videos Ret… Read more
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Once you've got ethernet ports distributed about your house you can plug a wireless access point in any room you need one in, as it will be connected by cable to your main router it will be at least twice as fast and with lower latency than using a wireless repeater that would have to retransmit over wifi. You could even use any previous isp's routers you still have as wireless access points. You can also have your access point in the room where it is needed to get a strong signal, instead of putting it where it can get a good wifi signal from the main router.


Agree with the sentiment 100%, but it doesn't address wifi.


No I'm a bricklayer and I can fit these just turn the power at the mains before you start and search up on the net.


It never dropping out and working fine over the last 9 months seems a good enough test to me. Like I said (again) it does the job fine regardless if it gets 1MB or 99999999999999MB speed. Who cares! It works!


That's my point, you didn't say it, you said it works fine for you but you haven't even tested it properly to recommend it

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TP-Link TL-WPA8630PKIT V2 Dual Band Gigabit Passthrough AC1350 Powerline Adapter £94.99 @ Amazon
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
Product Description The TL-WPA8630P KIT V2 AV1300 powerline kit includes wired and wireless connection to extend your Wi-Fi network throughout your home. It provides up to 1300Mbp… Read more

This is an actual ripoff lol


Currently watching the slightly different model (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01JIFYQZM/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&psc=1) which has faster WiFi, but only one passthrough plug.


It's the cheapest it's has ever been lol. Of course it's cold. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/TL-WPA8630PKIT-V2-Passthrough-Powerline-Configuration/product/B07349P1TX?active=summary&utm_campaign=products&utm_source=camel-view-product&utm_medium=email&context=alerts_anon&ctx_pid=72532327&ctx_cid=73788942&ctx_aid=289767906&abt=at&abv=foundation&abid=bb46b06cca46b78ce270c7bd964c890b2301514f7167835bf22b087fc1229841&oelid=1108H6R890P2T1O0L3O&ctx_act=product&ctx_src=chart

TP-Link TL-WPA7510KIT Dual Band Gigabit AC750 Powerline Adapter, Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster £47.99 @ Amazon
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
Best price it has ever been as per CamelCamelCamel. Super-fast power line speed - HomePlug AV2 standard compliant, high-speed data transfer rate of up to 1000 Mbps, supports all… Read more
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Ordered. This has saved me a day of laying cable


I'm a bit at a loss to understand it myself (shock)


34% cheaper than the best 3rd party price right now. 29% cheaper than the average price. 30% cheaper than last week's price. Obviously cold! [Note: sarcasm] You guys... (skeptical)

Xiaomi Wifi Repeater Only £9.84 with Free Tracked Delivery @ Aliexpress / Mi Digital Store
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
A cheap wifi extender from a reputable company. Sounds good to me! (y)
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£7.93 on Gearbest https://www.gearbest.com/network-cards/pp_676926.html (y)


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TP-Link N300 Universal Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender £11.56 (Prime) / £16.05 non prime @ Amazon
Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
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) asil… Read more
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Yeah these are great, I have bought 2 before. The price has gone up to £15 :/


Now £14.99 but 10% voucher available


Are these any good?


Price went up as I went to checkout :(

TP-Link N300 Universal Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender for £14.24 Prime/£18.73 Non, Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 11th NovFound 11th Nov
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. With Extra Plug £19.99 Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with 1 Ethernet Port, Plug and Play, Built-in Access Point Mode, UK Plug (TL-WA850RE) Easi… Read more

I can't recommend this model. Often dropped connection.


Are these better than the NetGear wifi extenders?


Click me Non-prime customers. This product is £15.99 in your nearest B&M store.

Linksys WHW0103-UK Velop Intelligent Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh System, 3-Pack, AC3900, Works with Alexa - £159.99 @ Amazon
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Velop Mesh Network chepeast i found.

This better or worse than BT Whole Home 3 pack at similar price once setup?


I've actually got a BT Openreach Modem, just not got around to setting it up...


I got rid of my home hub ages ago. I swapped my HH out for a Billion 8800NL many years ago (a week after getting BT Broadband). If you're using the Velop's you could also consider the Draytek VDSL modem (I'm assuming you have fibre broadband here). BTW, had exactly the same issue with the setup of my tri-band Velop's and it really is worth noting for anybody that buys these. Trick is, set one up as a master, let it install and upgrade, wipe it and start again with the next one and wipe again. Once you get to the third one you can make this your master and then join the other 2 nodes back to this one. Real oversight by Linksys. Other than that, my Velop network is superb.


I just got rid of this, it went haywire and couldn't deal with the number of devices in my house


You dont. Replace it with a better mondem/router

Tenda Nova MW3 mesh WiFi system. £79.84 Amazon Prime Exclusive
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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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.


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.


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


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


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
Found 30th SepFound 30th Sep
Good price for the 3 pack! Currently £300 at Curry’s.

This or the bigger vellop??


Ubiquity is better


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


Very useful to know, thanks!


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.
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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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


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 :(


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


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.


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

BT Flex 600 powerline WiFi extender kit £35 Robert Dyas in store
LocalLocalFound 1st SepFound 1st Sep
BT Flex 600 powerline WiFi extender kit £35 Robert Dyas in store
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

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).


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


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

TP-Link RE360 Wi-Fi Extender £26.99 Argos
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
TP-Link RE360 Wi-Fi Extender £26.99 Argos
I was looking for a wi-fi extender and was looking at the TP-Link N300 which is £14.99 at Amazon Then came across this which was reduced at Argos and seemed an upgrade on the N300… Read more

Coming up at £29.99??

Netgear Orbi RBK30 Tri Band AC2200 Wi-Fi Mesh Router £123.83 @Amazon UK
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Netgear Orbi RBK30 Tri Band AC2200 Wi-Fi Mesh Router £123.83 @Amazon UK
£123.83Amazon Deals
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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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.


Vatican recommended ? must be good .....


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.


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.


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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