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Original Xiaomi Mi WiFi 300M Amplifier 2 English Version  -  ENGLISH VERSION  WHITE (£5.10 with code) @Gearbest
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Please use code ' AniversarioMar140 ' at checkout. Main Features: ● Light weight (30g only), you can carry it and pair it with routers easily ● No need to switch t… Read more

It’s in the mi home app, when setting up use the China server not the Europe one then follow the setup instructions in the app then it’s done


Thanks for that. Appreciated. Where do I get the screen you have? Via the Mi home app? Or does this device have its own app. By the way, I have this unused unopened as I bought 2 a few months ago. One I unpacked and used but never really needed it. I have the other one spare so if someone wants to buy it cost price ex post , then swing me a pm. I'll find put what I paid was about £5/6 if anyone interested. If it was cheaper then you can have it for that.


Just toggle that switch and it uses the same ssid and password


You can have it the same SSID and password as that’s how I have mine works a treat swaps between my router and this when I got out of range of the router I don’t even notice it’s swapped


No, it creates a new SSID

WIFI Extender Wall Socket with USB £24.98 @ Toolstation
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Been looking at getting one or 2 of these as my WIFI signal upstairs is poor. Seems like a decent price and has a USB port to charge your phone/tablet. The likes of Amazon sell the… Read more

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People moaning about 2.4ghz being overcrowded yes that's true to an extent but not a problem for everyone us rural types who are quite happily using nice uncongested 2.4Ghz, Hell even urban types with big gardens & detached houses are probably OK too. I'm mostly using 5Ghz AC these days just because my router & some devices support it but the 2.4Ghz devices aren't a problem at all.


But you still have not answered this one. These will become obsolete in 2-3 years" "Do you have any actual research to back this claim up" There are lots of items that become obsolete so giving an example like you did is pointless and wrong. You might as well say dont buy an ipad, TV, computer, car etc it will be pointless in a couple years and give the same example."the same way that those 1A USB wall plugs" and again you would be wrong as people are still using them.


@gavin1 Let's agree to disagree on this one because we're already spamming this post with an off-topic subject. If you want to check how much current a 1A rated actually delivers you can buy one of these and see for yourself. I own a few and that's what prompted my obsolescence comparison.


There are two aspects which seem to completely eluded you: 1. I said chargers, not "mains socket usb" which kind of makes your search irrelevant. 2. Unlike Gavin's percentage, my obsolescence example was just that, an example. The half-speed and the overcrowded 2,4Ghz band which I mentioned in relation to the product in this deal are facts. What were you saying about "looking like a tool"? PS: This might help you in your future comments.

(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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Netgear Wifi Extender with socket - Amazon Prime £34.99
Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Been after a model with a socket for a while, this has normally been £40-50, but now dropped to £35

yep tplink ones had gigabit ethernet , netgear just 10/100. also been this price for about a month, but quite good wiht integrated plug socket


I bought homeplugs tp link gigabit with Wi-fi which copies Wi-fi settimgafrom the router is this the same as a Wi-fi extender

BT Essentials Wi-Fi Extender 300 [Certified Refurbished] £8.99 @  the_phone_outlet eBay
Found 6th Dec 2017Found 6th Dec 2017
Works with all broadband providers, Simple push-button Wi-Fi connection to your Hub/Router Multiple HD / 3D Video Streaming Faster downloads and online gaming Secure wireless… Read more

It's back in stock BigPro,joel_69


This is just a wifi repeater. If you actually want to extend your WiFi try a homeplug with WiFi. Connects to your router via homeplug (signal through electrical wiring) to other homeplug which can be set up to broadcast the same WiFi network (SSID) as your router. DIY/poor man's mesh network. (cheeky)


Just tried that one, and it says out of stock on there too! I am on stand by ready to purchase now


Out of stock! Wow that is incredibly fast. Just saw on WhatsApp now about this offer, and thought "right, let's buy this now" and clicked on the link right this minute - this item is out of stock. Will check again in the morning, as I am definitely buying this.


Literally went O.O.S as I pressed purchase :(

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BT Whole Home WiFi Twin Pack - £50 Off - Now £99.99 @ Argos
Found 18th Nov 2017Found 18th Nov 2017
Also at other stores (including Curry's and BT Store, Black Friday deal) Works with all broadband providers. AC2500 Dual Band wireless technology. Wi-Fi roaming and bandsteering. … Read more

Plug these into my asus router got the lights solid blue on both disc but had no internet


I have one ac lite in the middle floor in a 3 storey home, with well insulated floors between each floor, I have no issues with wireless. Do these have to be plugged into the network via ethernet as well? P.s. the house is about 7x7meters


Ubiquiti is a better solution if you know what you're doing as it can be configured to do a lot more, but can be used just like the BT solution.


Spec does not match Whole home hence why I didn't mention. The AC Pro is 3x3 mimo AC1750 vs whole home 4x4 mimo AC2500. Like I said you get a lot more for your money than you would from one unifi unit. I live in a 7 bedroom house and find I only really need the 2 discs but didn't want to waste the third one. Might have been possible to use just the one but router is located in kitchen and that's where the master disc is don't have any sockets left in centre of house to place it.


Have this set up in a 5 bedroom house, with one in office (downstairs) and one on landing (upstairs). In bedroom, used to get ~20MB/s, now getting ~200MB/s. This is the max plan speed, so seems like it works! There is coverage in the whole house.

NETGEAR Mini N300 Mbps Wi-Fi Range Extender with External Antennas (Wi-Fi Booster) (EX2700-100UKS) @ Amazon - £14.99 Prime / £18.98 non-Prime
Found 10th Oct 2017Found 10th Oct 2017
25% off Netgear internet extender Convenient wall-plug design and extend Wi-Fi up to 300 Mbps Works with any standard router or gateway Fast Ethernet port to connect a wired dev… Read more
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Isn't this just a repost? Been around this price since the early summer. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/NETGEAR-Extender-External-Antennas-EX2700-100UKS/product/B00NIUHAG6


great things!

NETGEAR 11AC 750 Mbps Dual Band Wi-Fi Range Extender with Power Socket £25.68 @ Amazon
Found 16th Aug 2017Found 16th Aug 2017
NETGEAR 11AC 750 Mbps Dual Band Wi-Fi Range Extender with Extra Power Outlet (300 Mbps + 450 Mbps) (Wi-Fi Booster) Just purchased this myself. This is the top selling and highest … Read more

I've been using one of these extenders for a longtime now and they seem to do an alright job but like a lot of other comments I believe I will move to powerline adaptors as they seem to be a better solution in getting wifi to hard to reach areas.


I toyed with the idea of getting one of these but in the end I just bought a decent router. I have 75mbps fibre with modem and router in the living room. I have a 4 bed detached house and was getting under 1mbps in the bedroom farthest away from the living room using the naffy ISP supplied zyxel router. Buying a nighthawk r7000 gives me about 45/50mbps. Huge improvement.


Second this - some good deals on here too. Much better than wifi extenders


Hopefully this will work but if it doesnt I'll definitely try this, heard a lot of mixed reviews about range extenders too. I've actually got the stuff to do it lying about for the project you suggested, hmmmmm now whether to cancel my amazon order or not... :/ Thanks SFJnet I love a good tinker!


You can also buy powerline adapters that are wifi hot spots, so a really tidy solution. Much better than these wifi extenders. I use Solwise powerline adapters. Voted cold

BT Powerline 500 Kit with WiFi Extender now at Argos for £20.99
Found 16th Aug 2017Found 16th Aug 2017
BTs Essentials Wi-Fi Powerline 500 Kit turns any power socket into a Wi-Fi hotspot. Connect all your devices anywhere in your home, no need to be within range of your existing Wi-F… Read more

Can also preorder from Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/BT-Essentials-Wi-Fi-Powerline-500/dp/B01D0BP06Y thats what I have done


If you wanted one but Argos were out of stock, it's worth checking again. It's round the time uncollected reservations expire. (I let mine lapse after deciding not to get it).


Looks good, been after a decent one for a while as WiFi is garbo in my living room.


hi - does this create a new wifi network? or does it store same info as original (name and password)? thanks


Does this come with 2 ethernet cables to connect with? Edit: Also is it only compatible with 2g or 5g as well?

D-Link DAP-1330 N300 Wi Fi Range Extender @ eBuyer £8.98 / £10.96 collect+ del
Found 10th Jul 2017Found 10th Jul 2017
Seems to be a good price :) Delivery is very expensive though you can use collect+ for £1.98 Increase the coverage of your home Wi-Fi network with the sleek and easy-to-use N300 … Read more
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Thanks for the correction. Learn something new everyday 😁


that's not correct.


its a wifi extender not a powerline adapter. does not matter which mains circuit it plugs into as it picks up the wireless signal from your router and extends it. it does not send or receive broadband signal through your mains electric circuit like a powerline adapter. yes they work as we have one.


These only work when on the same circuit as your router.


Does the do the same as a home plug? I want to strengthen my outside WiFi range so could plug it in my garage where I get WiFi but the garage is in a different circuit board if that matters??

BT WiFi homeplug WiFi extender was £40 now £12 Tesco Instore
Found 7th Jul 2017Found 7th Jul 2017
BT Mini WIFI Hotspot 600 Kit Online at Tesco direct for £40, but only £12 in-store. Plenty of homeplugs without WiFi and routers on sale
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Didn't have this deal but had the single 300Mbs BT plug for £5 at Tesco Stockton-on-Tees, so cheers OP


Yeah, just been thinking that having a wifi boost would be nice....


Depends if u need WiFi or not...?


The Ethernet is perfect on most homeplugs. The WiFi sucks because of the separation.


Right, purchased this one and the other one with passthrough but no WiFi. Advice please, which one to keep? Thanks.

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 £12.50 prime / £16.49 non prime @ Amazon
LocalLocalFound 16th Jun 2017Found 16th Jun 2017
Tired of Wi-Fi dead zone? TP-Link’s range extender TL-WA850RE connects to your router wirelessly, strengthening and expanding its signal into areas it can’t on its own. The device … Read more

£14.99 now for Prime


Been using mine a few days now...really good for the price. Am going to order more for the garden for when use the projector/Fire Stick outside for the Mayweather fight (party) and my dad's house.



Hope someone can help me. I'm looking to get better/more responsive wifi in a room fairly far away from the router. If I connect an ethernet cable from my router to this (10 metres away) will this be able to give me a wifi signal within my room with say a different wifi name to my router? Thanks Apologies if the above is hard to understand I tried my best to descirbe it.


Would this work with getting to my sky q box near back of my house? I tried a power line but it doesn't work!

BT Wifi Extender instore at Asda for £10
LocalLocalFound 14th Jun 2017Found 14th Jun 2017
In with phones for some reason.....not with pc stuff
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Great deal


No idea why voted frosty to be honest!


glad it has helped someone :)


Thanks OP grabbed 2 from Ipswich asda marked up at 19.99 but going thru at a tenner. Same price as eBay extenders but working much better

TP-Link 600 Mbps 2-Port Powerline Adapter, Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender - £12 Asda, Coryton
LocalLocalFound 18th May 2017Found 18th May 2017
Didn't know whether to post this or not but a few were left in my local. Coryton, Cardiff. Amazon have it for £40. AV600
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The team valley retail park ASDA living in gateshead had 3 of these in today for £12 each but was the older 500mbps version that can be updates to the 600mbps version using a firmware update.


My wife called by Coryton yesterday at 5pm and they'd sold out.


In my local the AV500's were £12 and the AV600 were full price, I ended up leaving them though anyway as I wouldn't use them.


Thanks for the reply :-) Is it the case that if you set the TP-Link wifi booster to clone the router/broadband's wifi, then it just picks up the wifi signal and rebroadcasts it (and therefore slows it down?) and if you set up the booster to broadcast wifi with its own wireless name/password, then it doesn't pick up the router/modem's wifi so doesn't reduce the router/modem's wifi speed? Is that right? Sorry if these are basic questions! I can't find a strightforward answer.


Had a few of these in Merry Hill yesterday.

Tenda N318 300Mbps Wireless Router / Wi-Fi Repeater £9.01 Delivered @ Aliexpress /  Store: Tenda Network Device Store
Found 5th May 2017Found 5th May 2017
As a router, this isn't much to write home about. However, this router has a Repeater mode, allowing it to act as an extender should you have any bad Wi-Fi spots in your home. It's… Read more
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well mine arrived about a week ago but just got round to setting it up. Overall.....whilst only running in repeater mode at the moment, its a lot better than the VM supercrud 2 in wireless range. I was under the impression that when running it in wireless extender mode that it would use/share the same ssid as the main hub, but doesn't seem to be the case.....shows up as Tendaxxxxx.....but I can join that fine. I wonder if it allows to simply enter a matching SSID or if that causes problems I've yet to try running it as a main router with my SH2 in modem mode however, but I like some of the options I can see in it, compared to the SH2 rubbish


Cheers, I'd ordered it anyway - worth a shot trying out at the price. I'm going to connect it as my main router, with the SH in modem mode, just out of curiosity to see how well the range works etc.....but will then shortly after revert back and then use it just as a wifi repeater, as my SH wireless is dead after just 2 walls about about 10metres.


Spend a bit more if you're going down the Modem mode route. Get something with Gigabit ethernet ports at least.


Ordered...good deal. I have a cruddy Virgin Superhub 2 - 2.4ghz often drops out....and the range is terrible. Not sure whether to use this as a repeater to see how well it extends (but suspect will still get the dropouts) .....or attempt to use it with SH2 in modem mode. Only downside then would be the 100mb ports intead of gigabit


Tenda is a well-established brand. There is nothing remarkable about it, but nothing wrong either.

NETGEAR 11AC 750 Mbps (300 Mbps + 450 Mbps) Dual Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Range Extender - £24.99 @ Amazon
Found 11th Apr 2017Found 11th Apr 2017
I Know a powerline wifi adapter would be faster, however i thought this was a good price for a dual band extender. Usual price is £34.99, Argos £39.99. Its gone back up in price bu… Read more
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I have one of these. Works fine for me.


​This Is a single band. The OP is for the dual band


The cheaper N300 can be found here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00NIUHAG6/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=6738&creativeASIN=B00NIUHAG6&linkCode=as2&tag=alege-21 Its £14.99/£13.94 but i think its been that price for awhile.

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