Goodmans Canvas DAB Radio £15 @ Sainsburys
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Goodmans Canvas DAB Radio £15 @ Sainsburys

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Just picked this up from Sainsburys in Worksop. Showing half price on the shelf for various colours but just the brushed steel left.

In store / offline deal only - See link for more info and specs
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Has good reviews,ordered mine off tesco for free (£20 reduced from 40 I think it was),had some double boost vouchers!
Saw it at Tescos for £20 from £30 on Friday then popped into Sainsburys to get it for £15. For a DAB including AC adaptor can't go wrong.
Damn, bought one yesterday for £20 from Tesco - really good DAB for the money. Sound quality is superb
Bought this from Sainsburys a couple of days ago. It's a cracking little radio for the price! It ain't gonna break any sound quality records but for listening to the footie or just for some tunes in the kitchen you can't beat it. Was tempted when sainsburys had it at £20 a couple of months ago but glad I held off now.
ridgers84

Bought this from Sainsburys a couple of days ago. It's a cracking little … Bought this from Sainsburys a couple of days ago. It's a cracking little radio for the price! It ain't gonna break any sound quality records but for listening to the footie or just for some tunes in the kitchen you can't beat it. Was tempted when sainsburys had it at £20 a couple of months ago but glad I held off now.



I've never understood people listening to football on the radio. It's akin to watching snooker in black and white.
Posted few days ago when available for £10
Elevation

I've never understood people listening to football on the radio. It's … I've never understood people listening to football on the radio. It's akin to watching snooker in black and white.



I won't watch football on TV but like listening to it on the radio oO
joesmum

I won't watch football on TV but like listening to it on the radio oO



I can beat that : I would not do either of those things.
Edited by: "Elevation" 3rd Dec 2015
Elevation

I can beat that : I would not do either of those things.



me neither, given the choice.
I got one of these for my birthday a few months back - great little radio. Per above, sound quality won't interest the hi-fi crew but at this price it's a steal. Very handy to have in the man cave!
I got this for £10 on Tuesday in kimberley in there reduced home section. There were 3/4 left on the shelf. Seems dead easy to use, good sound at moderate levels. £15 is still a really good price
Got one a while back in Tesco's for £7.25. Great radio for the kitchen, use it everyday and sound quality & volume is very good - best Goodmans thing I've ever bought!
link is for amazon (£20)
Basically if I'm at work I can't go and watch my team, can't listen to it on the t'interweb either cos of broadcasting rights, so my only solution is this. Simples! Would rather listen to it on the radio than nothing at all
what are these like with battery consumption . I would like a small dab radio for my bathroom but I keep hearing some are a nightmare with the batteries ?? would love to hear otherwise .
I use mine for maximum of an hour a day with rechargeable batteries (Uniross Hybrio) and it lasts for two weeks, but that's using FM only. Can't comment on DAB but I'm liking the sound quality as it's well loud enough for a bathroom without distortion.
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