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Pure One DAB/FM Portable Radio - Black at Amazon £31.98 Delivered!

Technical Details
* Clock with kitchen and sleep timers
* Intellitextfor on-demand access to scrolling text information from participating broadcasters
* textSCANto pause and control scrolling text
* USB connector for free product upgrades
* Stereo headphone socket
* 20 presets (DAB or FM)
* Exceptional battery life for 35 hours portable DAB listening
* Battery, mains or ChargePAK powered (takes six C cell batteries. ChargePAK/batteries not included)
* Full UK DAB reception, plus FM with RDS
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#1
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Product Description
From the world leaders in DAB comes a DAB and FM portable radio that looks good, sounds great and is unbelievably easy to use. With its stylish exterior, chrome controls, and great audio performance, ONE looks and sounds fantastic, wherever you listen. If you haven?t experienced DAB yet, you?re in for a treat: station selection by name, scrolling text display, all stations tuned-in at the touch of a button and crisp, clear, digital sound. And there?s more listening choice too; in many areas up to twice as many stations are available on DAB as are available on FM. ONE is a truly portable DAB radio. ChargePAK? ready as standard, ONE also offers class-leading battery life, with around 35 hours of DAB listening from six standard C size batteries. In addition to DAB usability, station choice and sound quality, ONE also features FM with RDS for areas where DAB is currently unavailable. Not to mention a host of other features including Intellitext®, textSCAN?, kitchen and sleep timers, a backlit display and USB upgradeability. All the benefits of DAB More station choice, station selection by name, scrolling text display, easy autotune, and crisp, clear sound. Portability Around 20 hours of portable DAB listening from the optional, rechargeable ChargePAK-C6X?; around 35 hours from six C size batteries; or connect to the mains for home listening. Ease of Use & Style We?ve used our expertise as world leaders in DAB to produce a radio that not only sounds great but is intuitive and easy to use toox EQ settings. Display shows volume level, battery life, time, signal strength, EQ setting and favourite station mode.
#2
good little radio there
shame the rechargeable battery packs cost about as much again
#3
Excellent radio, have it in white and is great for the kitchen. nice sound for its size.
these have been around 50 quid for at least 2 years so a very good price indeed!
#4
yeh we have it, paid a lot more than this when it came out. Is good though
#5
It looks like the successor has to this device has just been launched, the "Pure One Elite", so I guess the existing "Pure One" will all be on special offer now.

http://www.pure.com/press/release.asp?ID=311
#6
Good deal. My dad got one of these last year, a white refurb for £30 and as mentioned earlier it's really good as a kitchen radio. We have problems with MW on analouge so bought one of these and the reception is brilliant. There's so much more choice with DAB - it's the future!

Voted HOT
#7
Mono? tuh....
#8
does anyone know if you can put normal non rechargable batteries into this?
#9
p.s do you know how long this will be on promotion?
#10
had one of these for six months and it was worth every penny...black is best
#11
Taksim_Red
Good deal. My dad got one of these last year, a white refurb for £30 and as mentioned earlier it's really good as a kitchen radio. We have problems with MW on analouge so bought one of these and the reception is brilliant. There's so much more choice with DAB - it's the future!

Voted HOT


Actually Dab+ is the future!
#12
psd99
does anyone know if you can put normal non rechargable batteries into this?


Yes you can (see reviews on Amazon site) :roll:
#13
JayDubya
Mono? tuh....


OK so explain how you're going to get stereo sound out of a radio with only one speaker then?

Btw. The earphone output supports stereo though.
#14
Hot Deal - I've had one of these for a while and think it's great.
Shame about the cost of the ChargePak's though.
#15
wasnt there a deal a while back when these were £19.99?
#16
Fantastic radio & a cracking price :) HOT from me.
#17
Taksim_Red
OK so explain how you're going to get stereo sound out of a radio with only one speaker then?

Btw. The earphone output supports stereo though.


Eh? Well you can't, obviously, which was my point.

I can't believe so many people have jumped on the DAB bandwagon by buying mono units. Surely a step backwards from FM? Ok, a step up from crackly mono MW, but a huge proportion of the user base is for Classic FM listening or similar.

I wonder if HD tv had been released in black and white, whether there would have been such good take up! ;-)

And don't get me started on the Ipod masses putting up with very inferior sound quality in favour of beautiful design...
#18
My MONO unit sits in my office at home and the sound is fine....its not Bowers and Wilkins but it serves a purpose. In my case it tells me what tracks and celebrities im listening to, which to me is the best aspect of DAB.

And while I agree on the 'Form over Function' just remember that one mans meat is another mans poison
#19
psd99
does anyone know if you can put normal non rechargable batteries into this?


yeah, it says in the battery compartment C 1.5V so yes
#20
Fantastic unit, I have had one since December last year, I listen to it for 30 minutes each weekday morning and have only changed the batteries once! I dont think the chargepak is worth it tbh
#21
I got one of these in pink for Christmas and love it (though I loved it more before my two favorite stations stopped broadcasting; now I don't listen as much). It was about 38 or 40 pounds then. The sound is exceptional and not what you would expect from one speaker. I have used it with regular batteries and never had to change them yet -- but that's because I rarely run it on batteries. Most of the time it's plugged in. If you want to mainly run it on batteries and plan to use it a lot, keep in mind that you might want to figure into the cost of owning this buying lots of batteries or a rechargeable thing Pure sells. Check out the reviews on Amazon for an idea if it will suit your needs.
#22
defard
My MONO unit sits in my office at home and the sound is fine....its not Bowers and Wilkins but it serves a purpose. In my case it tells me what tracks and celebrities im listening to, which to me is the best aspect of DAB.

And while I agree on the 'Form over Function' just remember that one mans meat is another mans poison


But that's ignoring the point - why should you settle for mono off a stereo signal? I'm sure it's a crystal clear signal, and it's handy to read the info on what you're listening to, but why is the norm to have mono, and stereo is a luxury? They make stereo units of course, but they're so much more expensive. It's not as though we are talking cheap units here - Pure charge a lot, best they may be but they load a hefty premium onto their products.

It's all a question of marketing. They knew they would shift 1000s of units regardless, just because it was the latest thing. There is no reason to not offer stereo, we're not honestly believing that it would be expensive to add a second speaker to many of the range, right? (unless you buy their add on one of course...) Call me a cynic...

They're not the only manufacturer guilty of this of course.

That aside, this particular one is a portable model so it's half excusable, and for this price well worth it. It just triggered a rant!
#23
JayDubya
But that's ignoring the point - why should you settle for mono off a stereo signal? I'm sure it's a crystal clear signal, and it's handy to read the info on what you're listening to, but why is the norm to have mono, and stereo is a luxury? They make stereo units of course, but they're so much more expensive. It's not as though we are talking cheap units here - Pure charge a lot, best they may be but they load a hefty premium onto their products.


But on such a small radio who will even notice the sound in stereo lol! Anyway ordered one and many thx to the original poster :)
#24
Price is now £31.98
#25
Crackling, er I mean cracking little set. Got one a while back from JL.
#26
WFT
Price is now £31.98


I paid £33.49 for this yesterday so just emailed customer services and £1.51 was credited to my card in less than a hour, great stuff. :thumbsup:
#27
JayDubya
But that's ignoring the point - why should you settle for mono off a stereo signal? I'm sure it's a crystal clear signal, and it's handy to read the info on what you're listening to, but why is the norm to have mono, and stereo is a luxury? They make stereo units of course, but they're so much more expensive. It's not as though we are talking cheap units here - Pure charge a lot, best they may be but they load a hefty premium onto their products.

It's all a question of marketing. They knew they would shift 1000s of units regardless, just because it was the latest thing. There is no reason to not offer stereo, we're not honestly believing that it would be expensive to add a second speaker to many of the range, right? (unless you buy their add on one of course...) Call me a cynic...

They're not the only manufacturer guilty of this of course.

That aside, this particular one is a portable model so it's half excusable, and for this price well worth it. It just triggered a rant!


In which case you want to look at the new model, the "Pure One Elite" as this does have stereo speaker. Pity the RRP of this is £69.99, £20 more than the RRP for the "Pure One".

Hopefully the "Pure One Elite" will drop in price below the £50 mark, but that might be a good few months yet...
#28
originally posted by ndurve some time ago...


Amazon Price Drop Refund


http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/contact-us/returns-and-refunds.html

:
1. Visit Your Account and look at all invoices from the past thirty days.
2. Click on the item names to pull up the current item description/price and compare to the price that you paid.
3. If you paid more than the current price, copy down the order number and go to the Return and Refunds Contact Form page.
4. Select Refund Inquiry as your subject, and check off the order(s) of interest. If you dont see the order in question listed, enter the order number in the Other field.
5. State in the comments that the price dropped, and that you want to be credited for the difference. It might help to mention the item name as well as old and new price, but Im not sure that this is necessary.

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