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TP-Link TL-WPA281KIT V3 AV200 Powerline 300M Wi-Fi Extender/Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with Two Ethernet Ports £26.99 @ Amazon
Found 13th Oct 2014Found 13th Oct 2014
Wi-Fi Clone Button simplifies your Wi-Fi configuration and helps build a seamless unified home network Providing up to 200Mbps high speed, ideal for lag-free HD or 3D video and onl… Read more

Appears to be back up in price again.


Paid £10 more 4 days ago,very good deal I think


Thanks, been after a cheapo set for a while. Ordered.


Possibly a reflection of some cheaper brands, however, if requirements are non-HD this specificpiece of TP-Link kit is absolutely excellent for the price (highly rated by 100s too), especially as has 2 Ethernet ports on the receiver - in an old tall 3 storey house placing the receiver on the 2nd floor everyone in the family is extremely happy with no more stuttery viewing of iPlayer etc, and even better still now in HD 8)


This is a good price, although people should consider carefully if the 200 Mbps speed is right for them... I had some ok (ish) 200 Mbps devices (different brand) for my home NAS - broadband - HTPC streaming, and found that it all choked at higher bitrate 1080p streaming. Upgrading everything to 500 Mbps solved the problem. That said, alot of it is depending on distance plus quality of your own electrical wiring, plus what else is in the sockets etc.... I can't advise what to buy, but just thought I should highlight.

TP-Link TL-WA750RE Wifi Booster/Extender with Ethernet socket  £13.99 @ Amazon
Found 10th Oct 2014Found 10th Oct 2014
If you're looking for a Wifi extender or booster, I've been tracking this for a while. CamelCamelCamel says this is the cheapest ever. It also has an Ethernet port, so you can hook… Read more
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So… this deal gets reposted and gets 600º of heat. What gives?! Oh well…


Oh look, 3W wifi booster. but when it comes to using the same 2.4ghz for rc, 10mW max...


Oh well, you win some, you lose some. Back to the old price. I'll expire it.


£16.98 now


Looks good ... Wireless N, 1 x Ethernet port and firmware upgrade able too. Thanks - just ordered one !

ZyXEL PLA4231 3 in 1 Powerline Wireless N WiFi Extender & 500Mbps Homeplug 2xEthernet Ports (£16.78 + £3.99 del) @ Scan
Found 28th Sep 2014Found 28th Sep 2014
The ZyXEL PLA4231 500 Mbps Powerline Wireless N Extender provides not only a stable networking environment to stream high-definition videos, music and other multimedia, but also ex… Read more
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Good news: the price gone down to £20.77 delivered now! An absolute bargain!


I've got mine paired up with PLA5205.


Mine's. still on the box from last time... Time I pulled my finger out!


This is not a wifi extender starter kit it requires a second unit to work. I just ordered it then read the comments on the previous thread. Hopefully I can cancel the order.


This is kind of dupe of below but has got a correct pricing which changed since: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/zyxel-pla4231-powerline-wireless-n-extender-500mbps-homeplug-2xethernet-ports-av-1987164 I've got one of those and it is brilliant as it is not just WiFi repeater but powerline WiFi extender. In short the difference is that signal is being transferred over wires first and then creates WiFi hotspot. If somebody having a problem accessing web interface just plug it into your router via cat5 then press WPN button on router first and then WPN button on the extender. It will duplicate WiFi settings (name and password etc) off your router :)

TP-Link TL-WPA4220 AV500 Powerline 300M Wi-Fi Extender £29.99 @ Amazon
Found 9th Sep 2014Found 9th Sep 2014
Amozon deal over in an hour

In theory they will do the distance, assuming your definition of across the road is the same as mine! Test at 50m with no interference: http://uk.hardware.info/productinfo/benchmarks/44/powerline-adapters?tcId=264&specId=8085 Test at 50m with interference: http://uk.hardware.info/productinfo/benchmarks/44/powerline-adapters?tcId=264&specId=8087 Obviously YMMV and someone might steal your cable! However... as you'll need to run armoured cable and work out the correct thickness of such, etc, etc you'd be better off running an ethernet cable instead. Make sure the cable you use is solid copper and not copper clad aluminium.


very unlikely flexing,


Can this be plugged into the principle house with wi fi and the other socket to a house accross the road?


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BT Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender 600 - £29.99 @ Amazon - Lowest Price ever
Found 21st Aug 2014Found 21st Aug 2014
Just seen this drop in price. Lowest it's ever been Extend your existing WiFi coverage to areas your router can't reach Works with all Broadband providers Upgrade to dual band WiF… Read more
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BT Shop/Dabs is £29.98.


Da dabs link is £49.99 final,


Clear your browsing data and try again


Don't think they like me haha.


TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300M Wi-Fi Booster/Extender with Two LAN Ports Kit (Wi-Fi Clone, No Configuration Required) @ Amazon for £37.49
Found 9th Jul 2014Found 9th Jul 2014
Cheapest ever, and a brilliant product as well. ...deal of the day!!!

You shouldn't using WPS any way! http://www.pcpro.co.uk/realworld/374104/why-you-shouldnt-use-wps-on-your-wi-fi-network Even with modified firmwares I can break into the Superhub in an afternoon with WPS turned on.


Are you retarded? 500mbps is the MAXIMUM theoretical throughput. You'll never, ever get that.


Bring on the legal action bitches.


Great price... Ordered mine now. Have been looking for a good replacement to my netgear non-wifi power line kit :)


Bought this exact set from Tesco last Thursday for £60! I always miss the deals! It works well, was more difficult to set up than the box would lead you to believe, the Wi-Fi clone function didn't work with the WPS function on my Virgin Broadband Superhub 2 so had to set it up the wi-fi extender manually. Once that was done it works fine. Heat added.

BT Dual-Band Wi-Fi Extender 600  £36.36 @ Amazon
Found 30th Jun 2014Found 30th Jun 2014
Have had this on a price track for £45 but it's smashed past that and down to £36.36, lowest price on Amazon. Have got a TP link extender but want to try this one out and see if i… Read more

I've got the tl-wa850re and it does work with the hh4. More stable if you update the firmware on it to latest and it can be diddly to set up. Need to assign your router IP address as the gateway and I have my TP on a static IP as well. Will get around to trying the bt soon.


I've tried multiple with the HH3 but all are intermittent, what model repeater have you got?


After reading this offer I really liked the look of this product, found it at Hughes Electrical for £39.99 plus 4.05% topcashback and free delivery


my tp link extender works fine with my homehub, can't fault it


Showing £49 now. Shame as it's a really good wifi extender

TP-Link TL-WPA4220T KIT AV500 Powerline, WiFi Extender Triple Pack with 2 LAN ports - Kit Contains 1 FREE Unit!! £84.97 @ Dabs
Found 2nd Jun 2014Found 2nd Jun 2014
WiFi extender package that contains FREE TP LINK TL-PA451 AV500 Powerline Adapter with AC Pass Through Socket worth £22.98. Whole package is £84.97 with free device is on dabs, mak… Read more

Hi, I have Solwise NET-PL-500AV-PIGGY homeplugs and they seem to work well, though I don't use them much. http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/powerline-networking/1286926/solwise-net-pl-500av-piggy I bought them a couple of years ago, after reading this 2011 review http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/powerline-networking/1286926/solwise-net-pl-500av-piggy, and this Nov 2013 review still recommends them - http://www.broadbandbuyer.co.uk/Features/Article.asp?TextID=1761. I don't have any link with Solwise or anyone selling them. If I can find the excellent BT Community forum guide I used to set them up, I'll post it later. It was far more difficult than I imagined. I recommend yo make sure they are 'pass-through', so you don't tie up a mains socket. I didn't know they had advanced so much: 600, twin and triple LAN ports, etc. Maybe my dream of 500, pass-through and wi-fi is finally available.


Welcome to HUKD! Aside from TP-Link not being known as rock solid, it looks like a decent way to start a network. I've tried powerline, it does work. Encryption sounds like a logical progression.


My first posting on HUKD so thanks for the comments thus far. I'm thinking of getting one of these or similar so would welcome comments from the community. Cheers


I agree there, I've had experience of their 'quality' products. Never again


i wouldnt bother, knowing TP Link it wont even work..

TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300M Wi-Fi Extender £49.99 @ Amazon
Found 26th May 2014Found 26th May 2014
TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300M Wi-Fi Booster/Extender with Two LAN Ports Kit (Wi-Fi Clone, No Configuration Required) Was about to order this yesterday for £57 went ba… Read more

Can anyone please let me know their experiences with these? I am in need of one too as I am in a town house and my wifi downstairs cannot reach my top floor properly, it has a weak signal and fails now and then, I am hoping this will extend the wifi in the house whilst allowing devices to connect via cable, not sure about reliability. thanks.


Not sure if £50 is a deal or not but it's a versatile piece of kit. Many devices that extend your Wifi don't offer any ethernet ports and powerline adapters usually only have one ethernet port to use. This one does wifi and has a pair of ethernets. I'm left wondering if the wifi unit alone could take two wired ethernet connections - one from a cable coming from the router in the garage (connected to ADSL), the other to a nearby PC - and supply that internet connection to both the nearby PC AND give me Wifi (note - no use of the powerline feature itself)... hmmm... No logical reason why not. The only options I have so far to fulfil that are to buy an entire router. Which may be why this item costs nearly as much as some routers.

Edimax Dual Band Wi-Fi Extender £25.99 @ Amazon and sold by MyMemory
Found 29th Apr 2014Found 29th Apr 2014
Edimax EW-7238RPD N300+ Dual Band Concurrent Universal Wi-Fi Extender Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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I'm not 100% sure if this is what you are after but it says you can use the same SSID here: linky


I've got something similar on a previous deal but the one I have only works properly if set up with a different SSID. Does this one have the universal repeater mode as well as extending as a new access point? Also, anyone noticed the end of the url? http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BMULADI :)

TP-Link Powerline Wi-Fi Extender  TL-WPA281KIT V3 AV200 £33.49 @ Amazon
Found 28th Apr 2014Found 28th Apr 2014
Have been thinking of getting of these for a while. Good reviews and good price drop today.

Great price!


Got one of these, works great but was a pain to set up as the wps button link wouldn't work. Downloaded the tp link software from the web and set it up manually. Speaking to Virgin tech support he advised only about 10% connect via the wps button


Think you must be getting confused with a different model, pretty sure this isn't a duplicate as it was £40 last night.





Wireless Wi-Fi extender - £19.99 Aldi this Thursday
Found 22nd Mar 2014Found 22nd Mar 2014
Looks quite a good deal at this price. Description Extend your home Wi-Fi network into hard-to-reach areas of your home or simply use it as a wireless router. Features: Four mo… Read more
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These are still good. Now I get full signal where previously it drops off. 10/10 simple wps sync up too..... :)


I bought one - tested it on 5Ghz network and it actually made my signal worse!! When my phone switched from my router to the new repeater, the download speed halved at the end of the garden. Turned offf the repeater at the mains, download speed back to normal. Cannot recommend it. And it was a royal PITA to set up haha. Cheers, Rob


Thanks for your suggestion. I may try something like that to get a signal near the garden as the summer approaches - assuming it does!


Can you not get an ethernet cable out and around the house and back in at the back, you could then set up AP or slave router or go down the powerpoint route with a wireless unit plugged in at the back. I have a wired network that runs around the outside of the house and back in at strategic points to gigabit switches works a treat and you ignore the cables after a while then the phones, Now TV etc work off the wireless signal from the router which is fairly central located on one side of the house. I used to have 3 slave BT hubs connected up and that worked well as well but the better half got pee'd off with them :)


The PC is hard-wired to the router but the rest of the house is wi-fi. The router is upstairs and most of the downstairs gets 2 to 3 bars normally. But the rooms downstairs at the back drop in and out. So we tried an 'extender' at the nearest point downstairs in the hope it would produce a decent signal at the back downstairs. But no improvement!

Edimax EW-7438RPN N300 Universal Wi-Fi Extender for £17 at Amazon sold by  Kikatec
Found 16th Mar 2014Found 16th Mar 2014
The Edimax EW-7438RPn N300 Universal Wi-Fi Extender can easily double the signal coverage of your Wi-Fi network for better Wi-Fi quality in homes with many rooms or multiple floors… Read more

Thanks. This looks like it will do the trick after my new extension blocked the signal to my garden. Here's hoping to use the iPad in the garden again this summer.


I got the £20 'Today Only' Zyxel from Scan a week or so back. I'd have considered this otherwise.

TP-Link TL-WA750RE 150Mbps Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender/Wi-Fi Booster - Amazon £14.99 delivered
Found 7th Mar 2014Found 7th Mar 2014
Excellent piece of kit and a must if like me you have areas where wifi doesn't reach. A press of the WPS button on both the device and router and it's connect, couldn't be easier. … Read more

you mean one of their routers? i'v got a bt home hub but I don't suppose that will work so I'm just going to get a second hand router


Well it came yesterday and (touch wood) is working a treat! Pretty pleased with this as we have thick concrete inner walls, but this has certainly improved our previously dodgy living room wifi experience.


Bought the same form factor version of this for my parents, except it had blue lights, can't remember the speed. Was a pretty flakey device and not great at what it did. BUT if you're happy to do a bit of software shenanigans it can take a custom firmware that unlocks a lot more features and actually improves the functionality. So I'd give it cold as a stock device, but hot if you're happy to hack it and enable a lot more functionality.


Yes and their version is £50 Nice one BT.


Ordered, thank you. With free amazon prime trial it should be here tomorrow.

Edimax 300mbps Wifi Extender £17.49 @ MyMemory
Found 2nd Mar 2014Found 2nd Mar 2014
300mbps Range Extender Plug and Go - doesn't look too bad and could be an easy fix for furthest bedroom upstairs.

Just sent this unit back for a refund, made zero difference to my wifi range.


That's an interesting point. ISTM you must put it well within the range of the original wireless adapter on the router as it can only have the maximum strength of the signal at that point: so if you put it on the edge it will extend the range but it's throughput will be very low


What range would this have please ?


Yes you're right. I completely missed that it was a WIFI extender and thought it was purely a powerline :|


Will this connect to a powerline adaptor?

Wi-fi extender TP-Link TL-WA850RE 300Mbps £16 @ Asda
Found 20th Jan 2014Found 20th Jan 2014
Just gone out of stock at Amazon but still available at Asda. Thanks to Member: Irfy for finding this! £16 if you collect in store or you can have it delivered for an an extra £2.… Read more

Dam never mind


its a bit late in the day, but i got one of these linked to a virgin superhub (dunno if its version 1 or 2), but i'm impressed. easy to set up and seems to do the job


All of 9 minutes!


That didn't last long....


Any one tried it with the virgin super hub2

Wi-fi extender TP-Link TL-WA850RE 300Mbps £16 @ Amazon
Found 20th Jan 2014Found 20th Jan 2014
EDIT: Out of stock at Amazon but still available at Asda for £16: http://direct.asda.com/TP-LINK-TL-WA850RE-300Mbps-Universal-Wireless-N-Range-Extender-%28Wall-Mount%29---wirele… Read more

Works with mine


do these work with BT home hub 4?


In reality routers do not give you 150Mpbs, usually a fraction of that. The other thing to consider with WIFI repeaters is that half the throughput will be used to pick up the signal and half to re-transmit it, which means this router's highest output may well be just 75Mpbs and in real world situations you will not get anywhere near that. If you have an old router that you no longer use, you could consider pairing it with your new router so it acts like a wireless repeater. http://lifehacker.com/how-to-extend-your-wi-fi-network-with-an-old-router-915783308


Press the WPS button on your router. Press and hold the RE button on your extender... wait a few minutes. The flashing RE button should go solid. Mine didn't. I unplugged it, plugged it back in, waited a few minutes for it to connect and it all worked. If you cant get it to work watch the video on amazon - that goes through the manual setup process quite clearly.


Did you press the reset button on the bottom when it was plugged in after it had connected with your mobile? If you didnt do this then it wont connect with a new router

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