PowerPlus Cheetah Solar/USB Rechargeable AM/FM Radio £12.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a nice wee radio for the bathroom or garden. It can be charged by the solar panel / usb or windup. The solar should keep it topped up for the 20 mins I use it per day.

Here is the data from amazon where it is £4.50 dearer

* Powerplus Cheetah Dynamo & Solar AM/FM Radio
* Enjoy music and information anywhere, anytime!
* No more dead batteries with the Powerplus Cheetah Dynamo & Solar radio
* Wind up, Solar,USB rechargeable or mains socket
* Small and lightweight, easy to carry
* Ideal for camping, boating, gardening etc
* The most ecological radio!
* Robust design; with rubber coating Technical details:
* 1 minute wind up gives 20 minutes radio time
* 5 hours sunlight gives 30 minutes radio time
* Time to fully charge-20/30 hours of sunlight
* Fully charged by USB/AC - 8 hours
* Radio play time fully charged - 7 hours
* Battery- 300 mAH, 2.4V Ni-MH
* Weight - 205 gms
* Dimensions-130 x 70 x 38mm

All the best,
Ash
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#1
Great price and gets some good reviews on Amazon - have some heat and rep!
#2
any ideas when are they gonna stop FM transmission to fully migrate to DAB? i hope its later rather than sooner
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any ideas when are they gonna stop FM transmission to fully migrate to DAB? i hope its later rather than sooner


They say 2017-2020, but a date hasn't been set.

http://www.digitalradiotech.co.uk/dab/fm_switch-off.htm
#5
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any ideas when are they gonna stop FM transmission to fully migrate to DAB? i hope its later rather than sooner


Last I heard there were no plans to turn FM off completely at all. The current plan is to gradualy move the major national stations (all BBC ones I think) over to DAB from FM and then open up FM to more smaller local stations all over the UK. I still dont think they have a timeline set for this at all though. FM will still be a viable broadcast format for a very long time, even if its not what your get on it now.
#6
Hurah, mine has been dispatched :)

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