Bargain Internet Radios - Instore only e.g Roberts WM-201 £79.97, Revo iBlik £49.97, Revo Blik Hybrid DAB £49.97 - PC World - HotUKDeals
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Came across these little gems in PC World today.

Roberts WM-201 Internet Radio and Media Player (Sku 858752) £79.97
Revo iBlik - Internet Radio with ipod dock (Sku 039573) £49.97
Revo Blik - Internet Radio + Hybrid DAB (Sku 688396) £49.97

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Maybe worth checking the website too, I noticed currys have a couple of roberts ones for reserve and collect. One of thems solar. I'd have posted but there didn't look like there was much stock available.
I would be impressed if a solar panel is able to keep an internet radio powered, though I suppose it could charge a battery over a period of time and use that
Dont think the one that cibs is talking about has internet radio.

The Roberts wm-201 was available to reserve online this morning but it has since been pulled. I noticed the other blik radio stations when I went to pick it up. Exeter has at least one of the Roberts and one of the Blik hybrids available although the staff were taking an interest in both ;-)
I know the offer's only instore but I can't any of these on the PCworld or Currys website.

Just want to know if the offer is on the one's I'm after
Bought Revo Blik Hybrid DAB for 49.97 this lunchtime.
Just called my local store and they have none in stock, and none nearby.

Really wanted one of these :x

Revo Blik - Internet Radio + Hybrid DAB (Sku 688396) £49.97 in Stock Watford and Hemel Hempstead PC World. Hope that helps someone
ive got an internet radio


check out alex jones in the usa
Went out in Bank in London over lunch and didn't have any, but passed New Cross this evening and popped in on the off chance, they had at one or so of the Roberts, both the ibliks mentioned, even a logic for £39.99 (their own brand but the unit is actually quite smart).

I got a pico wi-fi for £49.97 and am delighted!.. Already got a Pure Evoke flow and intenet radio is totally the way forward!..
Just ordered a Black Roberts Solar DAB for £49.97.

Just in time for the Summer!
None in Glasgow store. : (
This deal should have got a lot more heat, the prices are crazy. I went back to New Cross Curry's and picked up another one of these radios, the Roberts £200 down to £80. A great great buy.
Why do I know I won't find any of these in Berkshire :-(

Really after the iBlik for my kitchen - if anyone can pick one up will pay for it!!
Thanks hugely OP - just got the Blik Hybrid from Colchester Currys for £29.97. Heat and rep added :)
My Internet radio is one of my best ever purchases.
Absolutely love the thing.

picked up the iblik wifi with ipo dock for £19.97. I left at Barnsley Peel Currys if someone wants one fast

£20, wow, wow, wow!
there were other radios in barnsley, some DAB but only 1 or 2 internet ones
I got the IBlik for £29 not £49 about a week ago from Currys.
god i so want one of these at them prices wish i could find one
I tried calling up to check stock in some local stores but they didnt even recognise the codes. I notice that this thread is a month old... does anyone know if they are still in stock at these sorts of prices anywhere?
I just got back from two stores in Hull. St Andrew Quay sold there last Revo on Thursday / Friday last week. Checked Prospect Centre and they didn't have any stock (doesn't look like they do the Roberts one mentioned anyway). They checked the system and at 10:30 am today they had one at York and 2 in Leeds. No idea what stores they are but worth a phone call. There were two other stores with stock too but I can't remember what they were or where they were.
Hope it helps someone. Bit dissapointed that I missed out.

were they currys stores or pc world that you called? are the codes different between pc world and currys? Otherwise would it be due to being discontinued?
Am interested in this so going to my local currys after work....
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I passed by the Luton PC World earlier and thought I'd give it a go. To my surprise I found two of the Roberts WM-201s on the shelf priced at £59.97 each. I bought one and I am really impressed with the sound quality and price! There were a couple of other brands at similar prices but the Roberts looked to be by far the best value.
I have been looking for a while at these and now they are so cheap I picked them up. I have not really meddled yet but have had some problem setting up the WiFi - used a cable and it works well but for the ipod/wifi radio the speakers are not great quality and the menu is no the easiest.

I have not tried the Wifi/DAB version yet but reckon I will end up keeping this and the portable version and returning the rest to the shop/ebaying them.

Summary - good but not perfect. My girlfriend will never be bothereed to use the wifi version due to fiddly menu.

Edited to Add: Just played with the PICO - much better menu system - might even tempt the girlfriend to use it properly. Will try the hybrid one soon and report back.
Saw Roberts ipod dock CRD 42 idream clock radio at Carlisle PC World . Wouldn't sell display one for £37.97 as display only. Not on web-site. Tracked one down to Barrow in Furness as showing at £79.00 online. Lad in shop said anything ending in 97 is end of line.
coventry doesn't seem to have any, they have the 202 model and none of the iblik ones...
next cheapest dab+internet radio was the binatone one from argos for £70.... Any cheaper than that where stock is not such an issue? thanks....
I passed by the Luton PC World earlier and thought I'd give it a go. To my surprise I found two of the Roberts WM-201s on the shelf priced at £59.97 each. I bought one and I am really impressed with the sound quality and price! There were a couple of other brands at similar prices but the Roberts looked to be by far the best value.

Thanks for posting this; rep added :). Thanks to you I managed to get through to the Luton branch and reserved the last WM-201. Thankfully, after a 45 minute drive, it was presented in a sealed box and not ex-display as i was expecting.
Over the last few hours i've been playing around with it. Although there could be major improvements with the menu system and interface, it's forgivable given that it's a shade under £60; an absolute steal!!

The sound quality is better than any standalone radio i have ever owned and having around 6000 radio stations a few button presses away is staggering. Goodness knows why they were being discontinued and sold for £59.97 when you can't pick them up for less than £160 elsewhere.
I've also managed to test out the streaming capabilities. Again, after realising that i had to properly tag my mp3 files, my jaw still dropped at the quality of sound coming out of a box!! OK it's no match for hi-fi separates but for what it is.....5 stars!!! :D

Grab one if you can find one!!!

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