First up the look, which is definitely a key selling point here. Not a 1960s original, but certainly offering the look of that particular decade, right down to the push buttons. If that’s your era of choice, it might well work for you.
But it is a modern-day radio too, one with DAB+, DAB and FM radio, a high contrast LCD display, the option to hook it up to other devices (like your phone) for audio playback from there and a choice of battery or mains power. The battery life is said to be ‘extra-long’ too if you are using it out and about.
As we said, affordable too, with a price tag of £49.99.