Summary: I would give 5 stars for ease of use, setup, and solid operation. One of two died after 13 months (wont light up). Bought a 2nd kit and used one of them to replace dead one. Same thing happened to 2nd one in 15 months. Looks like I will have to buy a pair about every year.
Summary: I have had no reliability problems with the 3 that I presently own (one used as a master and two remote). I understand you are supposed to "pair" them by pressing buttons on them, sequentially. I never did. They all worked perfectly without any attempt to "pair" them.
Summary: This item is as advertise But need to watch according to others they really don’t last long due that they are constantly power on. I already return one set didn’t even used one day, but I think they could have been defective but I will give a better rating once one after I owe them a little longer.
Summary: These units have a more reliable Ethernet signal than Wi-Fi. I use them to operate IP security cameras. One of the Powerline adapters did die after a couple years' use. It was more cost effective to buy another starter kit. The left over adapter is reserved as a spare.
Summary: The plug is not the European plug format as shown in the picture and comes with the American plug format. You should mention this or change the picture. Everithing else, the product works fina and easy to set up.
Summary: First of all, let me say that I believe that this is a great product. I have now hooked it up to three different devices in difficult to reach, remote areas of my house and have seen dramatic improvements in streaming compared with WiFi. Why not 5 stars?
Summary: It is easy to hook up the two devices to your router and powerline. However, to hook up a third is not clear from the documentation (which indicates all you have to do is press the button, just as when you hooked up the first two).
Summary: Setup was amazingly simple, took less than 5 minutes. I plugged them in at opposite ends of my house. The first wired to my main router fed by FIOS. The second at the far other end of the house, hooked to a secondary wired/wireless router.
Summary: I almost gave up on this, but figured out the problem. It says to hold the pairing button down for 3 to 8 seconds. I was holding it for longer (until all the lights flashed off and on). Basically I think I was resetting the unit, rather than putting it into pairing mode.