Pure Siesta Mi series 2 bedside DAB radio alarm clock £30 reduced in Sainsbury's Calne.
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Pure Siesta Mi series 2 bedside DAB radio alarm clock £30 reduced in Sainsbury's Calne.

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LocalFound 17th Jan
I didn't buy one so have little to add here, so blurb stolen from other place.

The Siesta Mi is the second generation of this dedicated digital clock radio with an improved larger LCD auto dimming display, Available in black or white the Mi is fully featured DAB, DAB+ and FM radio with additional alarms and snooze functions.

2878785.jpgPure Siesta Mi Series 2


The Siesta is easy to set up with autotune and sixteen presets available to store your favourite digital stations or FM stations for any station you might listen to that are still to make the switch to digital.

The Mi is equipped with two independent alarms which can be set to use the DAB, FM or buzzer alarm. The alarms can be configured for daily, once, weekends and weekdays. Alarms can be snoozed with adjustable snooze times. The clock can display 12 or 24 hours times. The Siesta also has configurable sleep timers from 15 to 90 minutes to fall asleep to the radio.

The display is much improved and now larger with auto dimming to adjust itself to the room brightness. The display clearly shows all main settings such as alarms, sleep timers and scrolling text displaying track titles, programme information signal strength and more.

The Siesta Mi is a compact design but still provides a clear and pleasurable listening experience from its 2.5” drive unit.

Oh, they had 5 when I left.
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Great alarm clock, but I paid a few pounds less than this 5 years ago. Still very reliable, going strong and very pleased with it though. So much better than my old Sony.
DJDunk9 m ago

Great alarm clock, but I paid a few pounds less than this 5 years ago. …Great alarm clock, but I paid a few pounds less than this 5 years ago. Still very reliable, going strong and very pleased with it though. So much better than my old Sony.


Ah, I was hoping for something like this, I had bought the Milton one posted here the other day, but the led display was way too bright for me. The glow was noticeable through closed eyelids and quite off putting. So how bright is the display and/or is it dim-able.
bascule30 m ago

Ah, I was hoping for something like this, I had bought the Milton one …Ah, I was hoping for something like this, I had bought the Milton one posted here the other day, but the led display was way too bright for me. The glow was noticeable through closed eyelids and quite off putting. So how bright is the display and/or is it dim-able.


I got the Milton but sent it back, got this one instead. It’s a few more quid mind. I don’t use the alarm or radio but the time display is small and quite dim.

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bascule39 m ago

Ah, I was hoping for something like this, I had bought the Milton one …Ah, I was hoping for something like this, I had bought the Milton one posted here the other day, but the led display was way too bright for me. The glow was noticeable through closed eyelids and quite off putting. So how bright is the display and/or is it dim-able.


This one is great. Dims automatically according to the ambient light level and doesn't glow too brightly when the lights are off . . . and I'm very picky with these things
I got the earlier version a few years ago and it cost about the same back then. That was/is still a cracking little clock radio with good sound, so any improved model at this price is definitely worth serious consideration.
£35 online, so assume the £30 offer is instore only. Heres a working link to the online one: sainsburys.co.uk/sho…ack

I've got an older version (had it a good 5 years or more I recon) and still going strong!
Edited by: "Gorskar" 17th Jan
These are great - I had the original pure siesta that I picked up for a fiver in my local cash converters because someone mispriced it and thought it was just a regular clock radio
Pure are pure sh!te !
My £350 Pure Legato broke soon as did the replacement.
RUBBISH !
So one person with one bad experience means the entire company is rubbish eh ?
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