I fancied getting myself a DAB radio because of the improved sound quality and less interference. My house has terrible reception for everything so I thought I'd give it a go.
I love the size and style of this radio; it is very simple, easy to use and retro in design. The radio is small enough to fit nicely on my desk so I can listen while I revise and the perfect portable size. It picks up a large variety of stations in my house where I have poor digital reception. The arial extends to a good length and the LCD display is clear and quite unique with a black background and white digits.
However the point that lets it down are the speakers. They produce a very tinny, crackly sound which completely defeats the object of having the digital radio! At first I thought it was down to poor reception but plugged a good quality pair of earphones in and voila, clear, crisp sound. For £25 what can you expect but compared to this, its probably a better idea to get a good quality normal radio for half the price, if you're looking for something portable, or spare the extra £20 for a Pure One model.