A nice looking and seemingly well put together piece of kit, the radio function of which is excellent.
However, as an alarm, I can give it no marks whatsoever - I'd even go so far as to describe it as "not fit for purpose". To set the alarm requires 22 (yes 22!) steps, all of which must be carried out within 5 seconds of each other; miss one step and you have to go back to the beginning and start again. After several attempts I got as far as step 9 before losing it, giving up and digging out my portable alarm clock to wake me up.
The nice lady on the Roberts helpline suggested that I train myself and develop a rhythm, and that she knew 80 year olds who could do it. No thanks Roberts, if I wanted to develop a rhythm I'd join a dancing club!
Why cannot Mr(s) Roberts, change this idiotic programming method?