Very appealing it is too. The design has something of a 1950s Americana vibe about it, which makes it stand out against some of the more traditional vintage designs you tend to see on DAB radios. But this isn’t just about the shape and the colour. It has plenty to offer on the audio front too.
DAB, DAB+ and FM for the reception for a start, as well as Bluetooth streaming, the option to use the radio horizontally or vertically, dual alarms, a countdown timer and a 10w speaker, working in conjunction with a single ultra-wide speaker driver for a pretty impressive sound.
As we said, a limited edition in this colour, selling for £129.95. If you want the standard version, that is still available from £89.