I looked around for ages for a radio with a line input at a reasonable price. Having owned a couple of DAB radios already, having FM as an option was essential as DAB performance can vary from mediocre to abysmal as stations can dissolve into a Dalek sounding, gargling mess.
The Blik is really designed as a clock radio with snooze buttons etc on the top, however it performs well as general radio. The unit is quite small and light - not a great combination for sound quality, but manages to overachieve nevertheless. Sound quality is very listenable from the single speaker with clear speech and a passable impression of bass on music. It's no party animal, but its perfect for day to day listening. DAB stations are pulled in strongly and the unit picks up more stations and plays them better than other DAB radios I have tried.
The design looks neat and unassuming with a clearer LCD display than many more expensive units. Ergonomically, the buttons on the top are not a triumph being close together and flush with the top - fumbling for the snooze button might be a challenge! The supplied remote makes general use much easier and the unit includes a 3.5mm line in for hooking up an ipod as well as a headphone socket and line outs.
I like this unit, it performs well, is well specified and designed (fiddly buttons aside) and is excellent value for money.