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Roberts Revival RD70DE FM/DAB/DAB+ Digital Radio with Bluetooth - Duck Egg £94.97 @ Amazon
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Roberts Revival RD70DE FM/DAB/DAB+ Digital Radio with Bluetooth - Duck Egg £94.97 @ Amazon

£94.97£179.9947%Amazon Deals
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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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Roberts RD70 DAB radio 94.97 with code GIFT5P

RRP 179.99 most places
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Good find, but the code “cannot be used with
this purchase”
Strange. I used the code with this myself
I tried it twice, and copy and pasted it to be sure but no go, but I have ordered it anyway as it is excellent value. All the other colours are £159 upwards for the same radio on Amazon.
Amazing at £99 anyway as this is the upgraded one with Bluetooth streaming on too. Code didn’t work for me either but still ordered anyway. Heat from me. Thanks OP
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Thank you for posting - the code doesn't work for me either but it's still a great price for a well-reviewed, classically styled radio from a well respected company.
I was given the option of paying over 5 months (0%) in case it's of interest/help to others.
So tempted but I really want the iStream3...
Heat added
code is only eligible accounts
Code worked for me. I haven't used the code/promo before though so might be why.
This radio is immense... bargain at this price
I have one of these radios in my kitchen and love it - it's great. Sound quality is fantastic for the size - although it will distort badly at medium - high volume if you have the bass EQ turned up (I like to have the bass / treble cranked up to full on this with Loudness mode on as it sounds alot better). Be warned, if you use Tidal and stream their highest audio quality it can't play the audio - it will make loud stuttering sounds and the screen will flicker and it will go mental and reset every time. I had half a year of Tidal's most premium service and couldn't use it with this. I reported the fault many times almost a year ago now, but Robert's customer services are totally useless and did nothing to address the problem (problem affects all of the radios and I was able to even get them to recreate the problem on every radio they had themselves - which they confirmed). For normal everyday use with internet radio it's good. Amazon music works ok on it - although the search feature is horrendous if you use the control panel on the radio. The control knobs / buttons are also very poor quality but you can control this with your phone even from the other side of the house including switching it on/off. Sometimes it will randomly crash, switch off and reset itself during normal use (which I suspect is a memory/firmware problem), but it's normally ok.

Also - something to be aware of, this can't send audio to other devices via bluetooth (which is pretty dumb), so you can't use it with bluetooth headphones...
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 7th Dec 2019
Hang on... I'm really confused... I thought this was the istream 3. I have the istream 3... When I clicked your link it showed the istream 3 rrp price and said at the top of the page that I'd ordered this before??? I've only ever ordered an istream 3 from Amazon... What on earth is going on? Looking online, this model doesn't even have wifi. Mine has wifi
I clicked on the link just after this was posted, and it said the page didn’t exist. I then did a search on Amazon and found it (the Roberts Revival as in the post) I came back to the post here, clicked it and it did take me to the Roberts Revival offer this time, but it hasn’t shown me an istream3 at all and the post does not mention an I stream3. That does have Wi-fi, this one has Bluetooth but the stream3 is still £199
Obviously just me, but this feels expensive..
I bought one of the Aldi DAB/FM/AUX/BLUETOOTH radios a few years back, enclosure made from MDF, sound is so rich, I love it..think it was £35..
No idea on current Aldi units..
renoman07/12/2019 16:44

Obviously just me, but this feels expensive..I bought one of the Aldi …Obviously just me, but this feels expensive..I bought one of the Aldi DAB/FM/AUX/BLUETOOTH radios a few years back, enclosure made from MDF, sound is so rich, I love it..think it was £35..No idea on current Aldi units..



Alot of people giving it heat probably thought it's an istream3 - I know I did - I even ordered one thinking it was an istream 3. This has no wifi or internet streaming. Istream3's have RRPs of £199.99. How on earth can this have the same £199.99 RRP on Amazon as the istream3 and a higher RRP than the istream2 (istream2 has wifi streaming which this doesn't) - makes no sense whatsoever.

I bought my iStream3 from Amazon for £171 almost a year ago now. It was from an Amazon Warehouse deal, but arrived like new - everything was in brand new condition.

This one without wifi should have an RRP of £99 IMO
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 7th Dec 2019
Master_Yoda07/12/2019 16:54

Alot of people giving it heat probably thought it's an istream3 - I know I …Alot of people giving it heat probably thought it's an istream3 - I know I did - I even ordered one thinking it was an istream 3. This has no wifi or internet streaming. Istream3's have RRPs of £199.99. How on earth can this have the same £199.99 RRP on Amazon as the istream3 and a higher RRP than the istream2 (istream2 has wifi streaming which this doesn't) - makes no sense whatsoever.I bought my iStream3 from Amazon for £171 almost a year ago now. It was from an Amazon Warehouse deal, but arrived like new - everything was in brand new condition.This one without wifi should have an RRP of £99 IMO


It has bluetooth so you can stream spotify or something similar off your phone if the wifi is a deal breaker. Dont lose any sleep over it you can cancel the order if you arnt happy £199 seems like a ripoff considering all the problems you had with the stream 3
Edited by: "Mr.Robot" 7th Dec 2019
Cheapest it has been on camelcamelcamel is £149, so £99 has to be a bargain
Decided to take a punt anyway, I guess at that price the iStream3 isn’t worth a £100 difference. Just a pity the code didn’t work for me.
fingers crossed for pre Christmas delivery...
Edited by: "bigvic" 8th Dec 2019
Master_Yoda07/12/2019 14:01

I have one of these radios in my kitchen and love it - it's great. Sound …I have one of these radios in my kitchen and love it - it's great. Sound quality is fantastic for the size - although it will distort badly at medium - high volume if you have the bass EQ turned up (I like to have the bass / treble cranked up to full on this with Loudness mode on as it sounds alot better). Be warned, if you use Tidal and stream their highest audio quality it can't play the audio - it will make loud stuttering sounds and the screen will flicker and it will go mental and reset every time. I had half a year of Tidal's most premium service and couldn't use it with this. I reported the fault many times almost a year ago now, but Robert's customer services are totally useless and did nothing to address the problem (problem affects all of the radios and I was able to even get them to recreate the problem on every radio they had themselves - which they confirmed). For normal everyday use with internet radio it's good. Amazon music works ok on it - although the search feature is horrendous if you use the control panel on the radio. The control knobs / buttons are also very poor quality but you can control this with your phone even from the other side of the house including switching it on/off. Sometimes it will randomly crash, switch off and reset itself during normal use (which I suspect is a memory/firmware problem), but it's normally ok.Also - something to be aware of, this can't send audio to other devices via bluetooth (which is pretty dumb), so you can't use it with bluetooth headphones...


Sounds great for a £99 Bluetooth speaker...
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