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Pure Evoke D1 Portable Digital DAB/FM Radio with Alarm and Kitchen Timer – Black £46.95 @ Amazon
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Pure Evoke D1 Portable Digital DAB/FM Radio with Alarm and Kitchen Timer – Black £46.95 @ Amazon

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Posted 4th JunEdited by:"H0TDEALER"

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  • Part of the iconic Evoke series, the Evoke D1 is a stylish and compact digital DAB/FM radio with its size being a convenient fit in any location
  • Perfect anywhere in your home, the Evoke D1 features a Kitchen timer, Sleep timer, Alarm (radio or tone) and Snooze timers
  • With 20 station presets you can save all your favourite Digital and FM stations for instant access
  • Take your radio wherever you go with the optional ChargePAK, giving you up to 30 hours playback of your favourite music
  • The Evoke D1 is Digital Tick approved ensuring it is ready for any future digital switchover. All Pure products are built to the highest standard and come with 3 year warranty for complete peace of mind.
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Doesn't look to be Dab+ so possibly won't get the full range of Dab stations.
I used to have a lot of radios scattered round the house. Now I have a lot of Alexas and Hey Googles. I have one old radio in the garage which is out of range of wifi, but there I often use my phone and a Bluetooth speaker. Times must be hard for radio manufacturers I think.
I have his radio with the optional battery, I use it every day at work and I am a plasterer so it does get some abuse, still going strong 4 years on
Still available in black, please unexpire

cheers Madc
OpineDevine04/06/2020 05:52

Doesn't look to be Dab+ so possibly won't get the full range of Dab …Doesn't look to be Dab+ so possibly won't get the full range of Dab stations.



It's not clear on Amazon but the Pure website confirms DAB+ availability - which is important as more and more stations go DAB+ - pure.com/uk/…ity
Very overpriced , Sainsbury's sells own branded for only £25 . Screen so small cannot be used as DAB+ alarm clock.
Edited by: "Hot-Dealer" 4th Jun
colinpike04/06/2020 14:49

It's not clear on Amazon but the Pure website confirms DAB+ availability - …It's not clear on Amazon but the Pure website confirms DAB+ availability - which is important as more and more stations go DAB+ - https://www.pure.com/uk/dab-radio/dab/dab-plus-compatibility


Lost heat radio , more stations going online on internet radio than DAB +. Alexa plays all internet radio stations in UK .
Edited by: "Hot-Dealer" 4th Jun
colinpike04/06/2020 14:49

It's not clear on Amazon but the Pure website confirms DAB+ availability - …It's not clear on Amazon but the Pure website confirms DAB+ availability - which is important as more and more stations go DAB+ - https://www.pure.com/uk/dab-radio/dab/dab-plus-compatibility


Thanks for correcting me, I've added heat as the Dab+ makes this a great deal in my opinion.
Why are dab radios so expensive ?? Should be £10
I had 2 Pure radios break at less than 3 years old. One was a bedroom alarm clock dab only jobby and one was a pricy dab and internet radio. Display stopped working on alarm clock one, and the internet one turned off a few seconds after turning on. Pure didn't want to know, 1 or 2 year warranties. After pure told me to go and buy another new product (HAH) I took it apart and found scorched pcb in power supply area.
Never getting a pure radio again, sticking with cheap supermarket own brand type radios now.

I also have a FM Phillips clock radio that is ~23 years old.
KeepForgettingPassword05/06/2020 00:25

I had 2 Pure radios break at less than 3 years old. One was a bedroom …I had 2 Pure radios break at less than 3 years old. One was a bedroom alarm clock dab only jobby and one was a pricy dab and internet radio. Display stopped working on alarm clock one, and the internet one turned off a few seconds after turning on. Pure didn't want to know, 1 or 2 year warranties. After pure told me to go and buy another new product (HAH) I took it apart and found scorched pcb in power supply area.Never getting a pure radio again, sticking with cheap supermarket own brand type radios now.I also have a FM Phillips clock radio that is ~23 years old.


Love Phillips radios
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