- Product Dimensions: 16 x 13 x 0.4 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 540 g
- Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
- Item model number: KSREVBL
- ASIN: B00LGV03PO
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 July 2014
- Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,681 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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KitSound Revive DAB/FM Radio and Alarm Clock - Blue
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- DAB and FM radio
- Mains or battery powered
- Dual alarm with sleep and snooze
- Wake up to radio or alarm buzzer
- RDS and radio text
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KitSound Revive DAB/FM Radio and Alarm Clock - Blue
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Colour Name: Blue
Introducing the KitSound Revive
As well as giving you access to hundreds of digital stations, the KS Revive DAB radio lets you listen to FM stations too, and it can be both mains and battery powered.
With music going in cycles because it's constantly being refreshed, almost every genre has undergone a revival. Thanks to the KS Revive's dual alarm function, which lets you to wake up to music as well as a buzzer, you can feel refreshed too.
Listen to Digital and FM Stations
But the KS Revive is much more than just an alarm. Giving you access to both FM radio and hundreds of digital stations, it provides a wider selection of music for you to choose from.
Mains or Battery Powered
The ultimate in convenience and portability, the Revive can be either mains or battery powered, so you can take it with you wherever you go. Now isn't it about time for that electroclash revival?
We are craftspeople. We are musicians. We are KitSound and we all commit ourselves to achieving one shared goal: Bringing people closer to their music. By understanding music we stay true to its craft. Pure, rich, incredible sound. We settle for nothing less.
- Battery type: AA
- Battery quantity: 4
- Frequency: 87.5 - 108 MHz
- Clock: 24 hour
- Jack plug: 3.5 mm
- KS Revive DAB radio
- User manual
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Top Customer Reviews
The main feature which is as yet driving me utterly crazy is that no matter how I try, I just cannot get it to come on in Alarm mode at the SAME level of volume as it was when turned off !!.. set it to a low bedroom level for listening and EVERY morning it will finish up at almost maximum level..AND in the usual low light of most bedrooms I'm sure... it is difficult to say the least, to reach out and lower the sound level....that is IF you can at such time find by touch the very uncertain correct button to press in order to reduce Volume!...It really is frustrating - apart from the Setting-up.. even following the instructions it is not at all easy. The Instructions are in fact badly written and to many people I'm sure , they are not at all easy to get right.
Altogether it really can be an excellent little bedroom radio and as said, it is in fact better in many way to quite a few of the "big" names in similar radios..which may well be a lot easier in use but many of which have quite a second-rate display for the quality and price they are.
Less than top marks to Kitsound on this one.. PLEASE do try to get it a bit better in the few ways that are irritating and disappointing.
The other issue is the buttons which work, at best, intermittently which is very annoying.
Sound quality on the other hand (given the cost and size of the radio) is very good.
So, disappointing , not a radio I can recommend. Better build quality and it would be great, especially for the price. As it stands, I'd rather pay an extra £10 or so for something that works!
I'll update this review once the seller TotallyGadgets responds (or otherwise) to my return/refund request.........
UPDATE (15/6/2015). Well I got a prompt refund from TotallyGadgets and an email asking me to withdraw my 2* feedback! I really dislike sellers asking me to change honest feedback when they've just sent me something that doesn't work. It's not as if I'm a one off case, see the other reviews!
My previous FM Radio Alarm Clock finally gave up the ghost after 20 years faithful service and much hungover abuse. After taking to the joys of having a Pure One digital radio in the kitchen, it seemed logical to stump up a bit more cash & bring DAB to the bedside arena. I have now lived with this thing for several frustrating & arduous months and come to the conclusion that it needs a serious redesign.
Let's start fairly positively, and then slide into despair... The sound is actually pretty good considering it's a small speaker, the build is good, sturdy and sleek.
The buttons... CLICK CLACK!!! I know, it sounds stupid, but these buttons will grind you into a weeping pulp of tired timidity. They're so loud and you have to press them so many times to make the damn thing do what you want it to. The placement of the 'Scan' button right next to the 'Standby' button is a fail. Inevitably one hits the Scan button instead of the Standby button and then you sit for 2 minutes staring at the blighter whilst it performs its task and lands on a channel you don't care to hear. You can't set the alarm whilst you're listening to the radio. So, you go to turn the radio off to set the alarm but in a sleepy haze hit the Scan button instead... *Cue rising rage* When the radio alarm comes on in the morning the volume ramps up quite quickly to incite a mild morning panic as you struggle to hit the right button. Occasionally it will pick a random station for you to wake up to as well, just to add a little spice. There is no option to turn this stupid ramping function off either.Read more ›
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
works as is described, but small to read, seeing as the area is large!Published 20 days ago by Scubaman04
Never signal, overwrite all stored stations if you push 1 wrong obvious button on the front by accident had to send backPublished 1 month ago by Greg
Time display rather small but the blue light it gives off is quite bright. Most annoying thing is when radio is on time is not longer displayedPublished 2 months ago by toni birkin
Took a while to get the programming right - but just about OK (except for the high number of breaks in signal).Published 2 months ago by LesofDevon
Got one of these for my bathroom to listen to the digital stations and the main reason was the battery facility as I don't want to use mains in a bathroom. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Billersk
I think it only reproduces one channel of stereo. Ok if you live next to a transmitter.Published 3 months ago by Bobby Thompson