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Kitsound Blue Revive DAB Alarm Clock £12.99 @ Vodafone E-bay store
Kitsound Blue Revive DAB Alarm Clock £12.99 @ Vodafone E-bay store

Kitsound Blue Revive DAB Alarm Clock £12.99 @ Vodafone E-bay store

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Kitsound Revive DAB Alarm Clock - Blue

Introducing the KitSound™ Revive

As well as giving you access to hundreds of digital stations, the KS Revive DAB radio lets you listen to FM stations too, and it can be both mains and battery powered.

Alarm Function

Thanks to the KS Revive's dual alarm function, which lets you to wake up to music as well as a buzzer, you can feel refreshed and ready for the day.

Listen to Digital and FM Stations

But the KS Revive is much more than just an alarm. Giving you access to both FM radio and hundreds of digital stations, it provides a wider selection of music for you to choose from.

Mains or Battery Powered

The ultimate in convenience and portability, the Revive can be either mains or battery powered, so you can take it with you wherever you go.

The KitSound Revive

With music going in cycles because it's constantly being refreshed, almost every genre has undergone a revival. Wake every morning with the KitSound Revive.

About KitSound
We are craftspeople. We are musicians. We are KitSound™ and we all commit ourselves to achieving one shared goal: Bringing people closer to their music. By understanding music we stay true to its craft. Pure, rich, incredible sound. We settle for nothing less.

Specifications:

Battery type: AA

Battery quantity: 4

Frequency: 87.5 - 108 MHz

Clock: 24 hour

Jack plug: 3.5 mm

Free Delivery or C&C from Argos

14 Comments

good deal..just don't like the colour

Good gift idea

sam1970

good deal..just don't like the colour



+1

Everything I bought kitsound been brilliant so far

Seemed like a good deal....... until i read the Amazon reviews.
Now it looks like a waste of money.

got one when it was on offer last year must say not a great clock very small display and not that loud for a radio

I love mono 12kbps radio

dewonderful

Lots of bad reviews on amazon … Lots of bad reviews on amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/KitSound-Revive-Radio-Alarm-Clock/dp/B00LGV09K8



Biker Jeff

Seemed like a good deal....... until i read the Amazon reviews.Now it … Seemed like a good deal....... until i read the Amazon reviews.Now it looks like a waste of money.



mamdennis2010

got one when it was on offer last year must say not a great clock very … got one when it was on offer last year must say not a great clock very small display and not that loud for a radio



I bought this last year for the same price. To put it bluntly, it's rubbish
1. Eats batteries, even in Standby mode, so I now fully turn it off when not in use
2. Randomly picks a station when you turn the radio on, rather than retaining the last one you were listening to
3. Volume will, for no apparent reason, switch itself to maximum
4. Push buttons for presets, mode, etc. often require several presses to register, or just do nothing at all, and make an annoying 'clack clack' noise
5. You need to be a rocket scientist to figure out how to store stations in the presets, even if following the (badly worded) instructions
Apart from these faults, it's great... oO

If you type "vodafone ebay" into the hukd search, you can see from the "deals" that their ebay shop is basically a garbage disposal outlet.

If you're looking troubles in your life you should buy this radio from the vodafonestore seller, null communications, about the DAB radio which he sells - poor quality, doesn't work with battery/accu and volume controller has faulty after a month, I want to say avoid this seller!

Don't bother utter trash
Edited by: "thedon6915" 9th Oct 2016

Kitsound publicity stunt to clear old dud stock? How many more of their ads before xmas?

It's a tenner for goodness sake! So what, if the station and volume setting are a tad unpredictable, I found the station preset almost impossible to set, and I wouldn't trust the alarm but absolutely fine for telling time at night and listening to radio first thing.

BTW I've noticed most dab radios eat batteries even when switched off, so not an issue unique to this model
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