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POP Nano DAB/+ FM pocket radio USB rechargeable including headphones for £9.95 delivered @ Amazon / iZilla
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POP Nano DAB/+ FM pocket radio USB rechargeable including headphones for £9.95 delivered @ Amazon / iZilla

£9.95£10.959%Amazon Deals
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Posted 3rd Jan

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There is something about a tiny DAB+ radio that attracts me. Nostalgia for the MP3 players or yore? Perhaps. This is a great little product for listening to digital radio on the go — sports, football, drama, and of course music, all without having to choose a playlist on Spotify or whatever you use. Bliss!

"The POP Nano portable radio is a perfectly pocket-sized digital DAB+ and FM radio that you can bring with you anywhere. Small, super simple to use and light as a feather, the POP radio will let you start listening to digital or FM radio within a few seconds. No complicated setup, signup or other stuff - just switch it on, plug the snug POP earphones in and head off - it's music to your ears!

The POP Nano also has a built-in metal clip so you can clip it to your bag, belt, pocket or running arm band. You won't sweat the small stuff with this effortlessly simple, great mini radio."

Details
  • Rechargeable battery
  • USB charging
  • Headphone port
  • Lightweight
  • Pocket sized (7 x 3.5cm)
  • Built-in belt/bag clip
  • Headphones included


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Sounds like a good option for the car (for those who don't have much data), depends on how good the reception is I guess
Thanks for the heads-up.
It's a pound less on amazon at the moment
£1 Cheaper on Amazon - free delivery
as long as you use your own headphones (the ones it comes with in the OP are unlikely to be any good)

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Edited by: "Patr100" 3rd Jan
Even better. I've changed the post. Thanks for your help.
Akira_Cat03/01/2020 17:09

Even better. I've changed the post. Thanks for your help.


Fine, but there are no headphones included with the Amazon offer. Needs editing.
Not a cheap microwave then
Edited by: "Lakeside" 3rd Jan
If it was Bluetooth I'd be all over this
So tempted for the car via Aux cable. Wonder how good the reception could be in a moving vehicle?

Heat Akira!!
How long does battery last?
Plastic quality looks a little lightweight but can't deny it's a good price if the Dab reception is decent.
Been tracking this in my basket for months - always been the same price £10 on Amazon - but does anyone own one and can confirm quality of reception etc?

Don’t trust Amazon reviews that much.
I think I read battery life 5 hours - was looking a few weeks ago.
Edit just read 7 hrs
Edited by: "zzzz" 4th Jan
Bought something similar for work but unfortunately absolutely no signal for any dab stations where I sit so back to using my mobile phone data. Might want to check where you will be using this before a purchase. (Reception not specific to this product just giving some advice)
I have a really old pure 1500 pocket dab and later got a majority romsey after reading this --
medium.com/@tg…fd0
Both similar but the pure needs new battery -romsey 3 yrs ok still
Trouble is there are now different new models - so ??

The real problem is the totally flawed way DAB was introduced in uk
zzzz04/01/2020 09:26

I have a really old pure 1500 pocket dab and later got a majority romsey …I have a really old pure 1500 pocket dab and later got a majority romsey after reading this -- https://medium.com/@tgheretford/pocket-dab-radio-sensitivity-9e5829e4ffd0Both similar but the pure needs new battery -romsey 3 yrs ok stillTrouble is there are now different new models - so ??The real problem is the totally flawed way DAB was introduced in uk



None of the upgrades actually work, either. So you are stuck buying a new radio.
What a great wee radio full reception of all channels for me inside. Will be looking to use in the car


Update plugged into the centre console Aux-In and it works great - radio 6 comes through great it's using maybe a 20 cm lead to connect and i've zero drop outs. really cannot complain for £10
Edited by: "seamonkey" 10th Jan
Just charged mine up and used it for the first time. It's a brilliant radio. DAB working just fine and as good (if not better) than my old Pure model. Thanks OP.
Got one being delivered tomorrow. Did anyone get a download link for an English user manual?. I hear it co mm es not setup in English.
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