LOGIK L2DAB12 Portable DAB Radio - £14.99 Delivered - Currys / PC World
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LOGIK L2DAB12 Portable DAB Radio - £14.99 Delivered - Currys / PC World

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Found 24th Dec 2014
Enjoy easy listening wherever you go with the fully tuneable Logik L2DAB12 Portable DAB Radio.

This portable radio can be powered by the mains or run off batteries for on-the-go listening. There are 10 digital station presets and 10 analogue station presets for you to create shortcuts to your favourite stations. The LED display makes tuning simple.

An integrated headphone port allows you to listen to the radio without making any noise.

Enjoy portable entertainment from your favourite radio channels with the stylish and affordable Logik L2DAB12 Portable DAB Radio.

20 Comments

Original Poster Editor

Great little radio for the money. Paid £17 for ours and no regrets.

Bought one a while back and not too happy with the quality if I'm honest.

Eats batteries

I've gone through a few of these cheap crappy DAB radios.
Anywhere where I use a portable radio that uses batteries, like the bathroom, garage, shed etc, I've gone back to using am/fm radios..... they have a better sound and last for months on aa batteries.
I only use DAB radios where I can plug them in mains..... and then I pay the extra for decent ones with decent sound quality.

I have a Logik DAB radio, it's absolute ****. It has a user interface that's so poor you have to refer to the manual in order to operate it. Did I mention they're absolute ****?

If using on batteries then get nothing else but roberts, saw it on gadget show, 5 to 6 times longer lasting and prices are respectable now

had a DAB radio for over 5 years now and each year the stations get less and less. much prefer internet radio far more choice.

Wherever I go there is no DAB signal. Same when I got one for the car. DAB needs sorting properly before I waste more money.

snoggin

If using on batteries then get nothing else but roberts, saw it on gadget … If using on batteries then get nothing else but roberts, saw it on gadget show, 5 to 6 times longer lasting and prices are respectable now



So what model Roberts radio did the Gadget Show test ?...... although I say test in the loosest possible sense, their testing of products is more about having a lark about.

Checked it out today n sound quality was very poor. Plumped for the £30 model as sound had much more depth n looked a lot better too currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

I'm sick and tired of these DAB radios and their lack of rechargeable batteries. **** value for money considering the batteries are so expensive.

Currys site doesn't say, so can the owners confirm if there is a sleep timer and alarm... thanks

may be a good offer but I would say DAB is dead.
Get a Bluetooth speaker and a radio app and away you go.

paulwmather

I'm sick and tired of these DAB radios and their lack of rechargeable … I'm sick and tired of these DAB radios and their lack of rechargeable batteries. **** value for money considering the batteries are so expensive.



What ?

eneloop batteries are a couple of quid each, hardly stretching the budget.

Thanks Buzz, need a new dab radio.

jayt303

may be a good offer but I would say DAB is dead.Get a Bluetooth speaker … may be a good offer but I would say DAB is dead.Get a Bluetooth speaker and a radio app and away you go.



Useless in a car unless you have a good data plan and an external mobile phone mast though.

luridtricycle

Wherever I go there is no DAB signal. Same when I got one for the car. … Wherever I go there is no DAB signal. Same when I got one for the car. DAB needs sorting properly before I waste more money.



You probably are using the worst type of stick on aerials in the car..compromise by having either an external glass mount conductive aerial or replacing the car roof aerial for a dual dab/fm aerial and you will find coverage to be far better.

Biker Jeff

I've gone through a few of these cheap crappy DAB radios.Anywhere where I … I've gone through a few of these cheap crappy DAB radios.Anywhere where I use a portable radio that uses batteries, like the bathroom, garage, shed etc, I've gone back to using am/fm radios..... they have a better sound and last for months on aa batteries.I only use DAB radios where I can plug them in mains..... and then I pay the extra for decent ones with decent sound quality.



Expensive, but the PURE DAB units such as the Evoke 1S (which we had from Currys a few years ago on sale for a silly price of £24.99!) have fantastic rechargeable batteries. We got a third party one which was still around £15 off Ebay and it lasts around 18 hours continuous use.

cicobuff

Expensive, but the PURE DAB units such as the Evoke 1S (which we had from … Expensive, but the PURE DAB units such as the Evoke 1S (which we had from Currys a few years ago on sale for a silly price of £24.99!) have fantastic rechargeable batteries. We got a third party one which was still around £15 off Ebay and it lasts around 18 hours continuous use.



Good deal for an Evoke......
I have had a Pure DAB radio before, the Pure One Classic..... unfortunately I had one of the ones that froze, turned out to be a common problem with that model. Pure didn't want to know as it was out of warranty. It put me off the company for life and I will never buy another one of their radios.
I shall stick with my analogue radios for battery portables for the time being, or until they turn off the analogue signal........ if that ever happens and I reckon it'll be around for at least a decade or more.

I'm still a fan of DAB as a mains radio in the house..... and the DAB in my car works brilliantly.
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