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Kitsound Revive DAB Alarm Clock - Black at Vodafone Store EBAY - £14.99
Kitsound Revive DAB Alarm Clock - Black at Vodafone Store EBAY - £14.99

Kitsound Revive DAB Alarm Clock - Black at Vodafone Store EBAY - £14.99

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Kitsound Revive DAB Alarm Clock - Black

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

17 Comments

Got one of these for £9.99 last year but in blue. Not sure if this is good value at £5 more... Not voting either way.
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got one last year in blue. big downside if I remember right is the alarm volume cannot be set and is set at full volume. its a nice unit but I wouldnt buy again.

runrabbit

got one last year in blue. big downside if I remember right is the alarm … got one last year in blue. big downside if I remember right is the alarm volume cannot be set and is set at full volume. its a nice unit but I wouldnt buy again.


Did you ever use batteries on it if so how long did they last

Only used mains power for about 1 week.most of the functions were just too awkward so bought a different brand

I had one. Sent it back. Hard work setting up. User settings kept disappearing.

The above comments from users of this product......... it's got to be cold

Bobef90

I had one. Sent it back. Hard work setting up. User settings kept … I had one. Sent it back. Hard work setting up. User settings kept disappearing.



Thanks, was about to buy a matching pair

I bought this also at 9.99 last year. It's a good wee radio for the price but the alarm volume increases to full and settings are tricky, so not good as a clock radio


An alarm radio where you cant set the volume? Damn ridiculous..

I'd love a DAB alarm radio that doesn't look like some kit from the 80's and where the clock light does not light up the room. Can anyone recommend one?

OK daft question.
if your car stereo has an aux in.
could you run this on batteries and plug it in with audio lead and then has dab in the car?

BeerGoggles

An alarm radio where you cant set the volume? Damn ridiculous..I'd love … An alarm radio where you cant set the volume? Damn ridiculous..I'd love a DAB alarm radio that doesn't look like some kit from the 80's and where the clock light does not light up the room. Can anyone recommend one?



Pure ​Chronos iDock

I got one of these for £9.99 last year and think you's are all being to harsh on it, it's a DAB radio for a tenner and takes normal batteries ! This is litterally the cheapest portable DAB radio you can buy in the U.K.

Okay I can't comment how it is as a alarm clock ( have my phone for that ) and haven't bothered messing with the settings. But as a DAB it's perfectly fine, I use mine daily as a maintenance engineer at work ( basically the radio takes a fair amount of abuse ) , I use rechargeable AA batteries and the radio will last a shift at full volume ( 8hrs ) even though I'm in a massive steel building I still get signal in everywhere bar the odd one or 2 reinforced rooms.

I also bought the kitsound AIR for £20 last week and IMO if they were still selling for £20 them stretch to that as the sound is much better than the revive and it looks and feels more premium.
Edited by: "Bikerdanny" 19th Dec 2016

BeerGoggles

An alarm radio where you cant set the volume? Damn ridiculous..I'd love … An alarm radio where you cant set the volume? Damn ridiculous..I'd love a DAB alarm radio that doesn't look like some kit from the 80's and where the clock light does not light up the room. Can anyone recommend one?



Kitsound AIR from the Vodafone eBay store was £20 last week, brilliant sound for a cheap DAB and has a rechargeable battery that lasts 6hrs ( the battery is one out of a old smartphone ha, so replacement / spares should be easy to source )

Bikerdanny

Kitsound AIR from the Vodafone eBay store was £20 last week, brilliant … Kitsound AIR from the Vodafone eBay store was £20 last week, brilliant sound for a cheap DAB and has a rechargeable battery that lasts 6hrs ( the battery is one out of a old smartphone ha, so replacement / spares should be easy to source )


any cheap Kitsound AIR offers spotted in the wild? missed that particular offer

darklight

any cheap Kitsound AIR offers spotted in the wild? missed that … any cheap Kitsound AIR offers spotted in the wild? missed that particular offer



I got a black one for £20, they then sold the light blue one for £20 on the vodafone ebay page, not seen any for less than £40 on ebay and amazon now

Bikerdanny

I got a black one for £20, they then sold the light blue one for £20 on t … I got a black one for £20, they then sold the light blue one for £20 on the vodafone ebay page, not seen any for less than £40 on ebay and amazon now



ok thanks , I keep my peepers skinned

kitsound Radios are just the same as the cheap supermarket ones, nothing to justify the outrageous RRP. So don't think you are going to get a really good radio based on the original price.
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