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Pure Move 2500 Personal Rechargeable Digital DAB/FM Radio - Silver

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  • Digital radio offers extra, digital-only stations, plus FM for local and community stations
  • 20 station presets (10 digital and 10 FM)
  • In-ear noise-isolating headphones included
  • Separate bass and treble control
  • Includes a rechargeable ChargePAK for up to 14 hours portable DAB listening

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Colour Name: Silver

Product details

Colour Name: Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 5.6 x 10.2 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 522 g
  • Item model number: VL-61854
  • ASIN: B008VS8370
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Aug 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (328 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,996 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Colour Name: Silver

Product Description

Move 2500

A compact, light personal DAB digital and FM radio, Move 2500 is ideal if you love radio on the move.

Move 2500 is now available in a choice of brushed silver aluminium fascia and rear casework, or black aluminium fascia with mirror finish back. It also come with an enhanced rotary dial, recessed controls, in-ear headphones, and an optional protective carry case in black or white.

Sounds fantastic thanks to its separate bass and treble controls and high-quality in-ear, noise-isolating headphones.

Move 2500’s unique rotary dial makes it a breeze to scroll through all the digital radio stations available in your area.

Ideal for the commute or a trip to the gym and if youre off on holiday its an ideal travel companion as its multi-standard digital tuner will pick up local digital stations wherever you go. The supplied rechargeable ChargePAK M1 battery provides up to 14 hours listening per charge and can be recharged using the supplied mains adapter or from the USB port on a PC or Mac.

Features a LCD screen which shows battery and volume level, and the station name, as well as DAB signal strength and scrolling text associated with the broadcast when in DAB mode. You can alter the display in the radio’s settings to show a different signal strength indicator or the broadcast data rate in place of the scrolling text.


  • DAB digital and FM radio
  • 20 presets (10 digital and 10 FM)
  • In-ear noise-isolating headphones supplied
  • Separate bass and treble control
  • Includes a rechargeable battery pack for up to 15 hours portable listening. (Based on DAB listening. Other functions may vary.)

Box Contains

Move 2500 Silver
Pure in-ear noise-isolating headphones
UK power supply
Quick start guide
3 year warranty

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Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

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238 of 243 people found the following review helpful By B. T. Aris on 4 Dec 2011
Colour Name: Black
Firstly, I purchased the Pure PocketDab 1500 in December 2005 and have been pleased with it ever since. Since the Move 2500 release in August 2011 I was in two frames of mind, do I upgrade or keep my 1500? well, I went ahead and purchased one and guess what? best change of mind I've had in ages. If like me you already own the 1500, then you'll find upgrading to the Move 2500 would be a step forward then a step back. The battery life may only be 14 hours as compared to the 21 hours of the 1500, but that's because the battery in the 2500 is only 1000ma where the battery in the 1500 is 1800ma. But, the one thing that did surprise me is walking around Sainsbury's, where my 1500 would cut out and force me to switch to FM, and then the only station I could receive was a local one, the Move 2500 kept going on digital making the FM side more redundant. This is the very thing that once and for all convinced me that going from the PocketDab 1500 to the Move 2500 was a wise move.

The Move 2500 is smaller then the PocketDab 1500, holds on to the digital stations better then the PocketDab 1500, and is better looking then the PocketDab 1500 which to be fair, the design dates back to 2003 as the PocketDab is the same as the 1000, the only difference is the the type of battery, one used AA the other Lithium.

In a nutshell, if you already own the 1500 and thinking is it worth going for the 2500, then go for it, you won't regret it.

If you're one of those people who is thinking about buying a Pure personal digital radio, and you are unable to decide between the 1500 as it's so cheap now, or the new 2500?
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72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Will on 13 Nov 2011
Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
I purchased the Pure 2500 over a month ago now to make my commute a little more bearable. I had low expectations as I've used a Sony portable DAB in the past with mixed results and even the larger 'bed-side' DABs where I live are patchy at best.

Imagine my surprise when I first unpacked the 2500, turned it on and it worked straight away. I should add, where I live I get very poor TV and radio reception yet somehow the 2500 was crystal clear. The signal quality is a vast improvement over FM and the sound is geared more toward the mid-range and bass than the higher end. This is fine though as the sound is very warm and both music and speech are very well reproduced.

The next big test was the train, I've read reviews with mixed results or people just unsure. I can report the 2500 works incredibly well. I use trains with over-head electric cables (as opposed to diesels) and there is very little signal interference. On my 1 hour commute into London there are perhaps a couple of dead patches, but apart from that the 2500 excels. The ony thing that causes interference are tunnels and any oncoming trains strangely.

When in a city the DAB doesn't like being inside some shops, lifts and other heavily insulated spaces but between tall buildings and when walking past cars/buses etc. the signal is uninterrupted.

It's not a cheap audio solution, but it's worth every penny. The battery life too is fantastic, I managed to leave the 2500 on overnight the other day and even after a full day's use there was still juice in the thing.

In the hand the 2500 feels very light and delicate but conversely well made and finished. The only negatives I've encountered are relatively minor.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Matt748 on 29 Dec 2011
Colour Name: Black
I have been a big fan of Dab Radio for a few years now and have purchased a few different Dab radios including a Pure Highway system for the car. I bought the Pure Move 2500 after doing plenty of research into the radio as alternative in car system. I have a car which comes with both and ipod and 3.5mm Aux jack allowing for both options to be used.
After reading the the Pure Move 2500 uses the headphones as an arial to pick up the signal for both FM and Digital signals, I decided to try it in the car and work on the basis that the car would act as an arial for the unit once plugged into the 3.5mm Aux connection. I should point out that I was always prepared to use it as it was intended should this idea fail.
It works brilliantly and i am more than happy with the radio. Its not 100% perfect as there are little glitches in the sound occasionally but this is not too often and completely tolerable in my opinion, So i would give it a 95% rating on that basis.
The unit is small, tidy, well built and very easy to use. I can understand other comments which i have read on Amazon recently regarding the volume being a little louder and the lock switch being a little fiddly but as i use it mainly to listen to Planet Rock in the car it suits me just fine.
As i mentioned before i also own a Pure Highway unit PURE Highway, In-Car DAB Radio With FM Transmitter and trust me when i say this is loads better!!!!! Sure it cost more but the initial outlay far outweighs the amount of happy listening i have had with this compared to the Highway system which uses spare FM stations to pick up and run digital radio.
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