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Roberts RD60 Revival DAB/FM RDS Digital Radio with Up to 120 Hours Battery Life - Duck Egg

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  • FM/DAB wavebands
  • 125 hours battery life
  • FM RDS station name display
  • Easy to read 16 x 2 character LCD display
  • Auto tune
  • Amber display backlight
  • Fifties styling
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Product details

Colour Name: Duck Egg
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm ; 1.4 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.4 Kg
  • Item model number: RD60DE
  • ASIN: B003IJ3ZCA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 April 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (364 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,328 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Colour Name: Duck Egg

Roberts Revival Duck Egg
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Roberts Revival RD60 - Duck Egg

The ‘Revival’ DAB radio is a nostalgic 1950s style retro radio with DAB features. In a range of colours it not only looks great, it sounds great too. Now with 120 hours battery life this fantastic DAB radio is more portable than ever. The ‘Revival’ features rotary tuning and volume controls, RDS station name display, a stereo line out socket, headphone socket and portability thanks to its carry handle.

Features

FM/DAB/DAB+ wavebands. 120 hours battery life. FM RDS station name display. Easy to read 16 x 2 character LCD display. Auto tune. Amber display backlight. Fifties styling. Menu display / selection of all major functions. Rotary tuning and volume controls. Favourite station preset button. stereo line in socket for iPod/MP3 playback. Station name/multi preset mode. Stereo headphone socket. Stereo line output socket. DC input socket. Battery or mains operation via AC adaptor (included). Uses 4 x LR20 (D size) batteries (not included). Size (mm): 250(w) x 155(h) x 100(d). Weight 1.49 kg.

With over 15 colours and patterns there is a Revival radio to suit every taste.


Roberts Revival Pastel Cream
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Pastel Cream

Pretty pastels are always on trend, the deliciously refreshing ice-cream tone compliments any vintage-inspired home décor.

Roberts Revival Pastel Pink
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Pastel Pink

This pretty pastel pink, inspired by blossom trees, brings a hint of spring into the home whatever the season.

Leaf

Spring is in the air, as the first signs of new life start to appear outside so did these lovely leaf coloured radio.

Roberts Revival Cassis
Cassis
Cassis

It's Pantone Colour of Year 2014. Let the purple haze warm up your home colour scheme.

Red

This bold red revival promises to make a statement in any home.

Roberts Revival Burgundy
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Burgundy

Inspired by the winter berries this warm and cosy rich burgundy colour is guaranteed to keep your winter blues at bay.


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Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

201 of 209 people found the following review helpful By Ms. N. Penty on 20 Sept. 2009
Colour Name: Red Verified Purchase
I absolutely love the way these radios look and this DAB version is fab, with extra functions such as pause plus which lets u pause radio for upto 17 minutes. However, despite incredibly careful cleaning and handling, the 'leather' is slowly peeling away in many places which is annoying to say the least, when you consider its price and the quality you would expect from a roberts radio. If i were to buy this radio again i would consider one of the hard plastic coated varieties that they now do.
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131 of 140 people found the following review helpful By A. Mortimore on 21 Aug. 2009
Colour Name: Blue
My wife bought me this little beauty for Christmas 3 years ago when I was looking for a radio to go in my workshop. The build standard and feel of the radio is superb, it's built like the proverbial brick outhouse and the leather covering gives it a real feel of quality - more than capable of withstanding the extremes of a dusty woodwork shop. The controls are simple to use and the pause/playback/rewind facility is excellent - used mostly when I miss a news bulletin due to machinery being in use. On first listening through the built in mono speaker the quality of the sound was okay - nothing fancy but no distortion whatsoever on either the DAB or FM system. It wasn't until I hooked it up to a small stereo using the line out facility that it showed just how good it was. Love it.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Peter L on 26 July 2014
Colour Name: Red
Over the years I've bought many different products off Amazon and have been very happy with most all of them, see my other reviews.. I didn't actually buy my Roberts RD60 from Amazon but owing to the disappointing experience I've had with this particular purchase I felt I had to warn others not to get caught out the way I did. As has been mentioned in many other people's reviews of this radio. When you first get the radio out of the box it looks like a gorgeous well made classic styled Roberts radio. A harken back to a time when you could buy quality products that were built to last.. On closer inspection, however, you'll find when you open the back that the actual radio part of the set up is a tiny set of components stuffed near the top of the box with a cheap looking plastic compartment to hold the batteries.. Nil Desperandum I thought I'll persevere with it. Maybe despite the lack of quality components inside the sound would be okay? Unfortunately for a close on £150 radio this was not the case.. Music sounded thin as if it were being played on a really cheap transistor radio from the old days. Which with hindsight I guess it was. The vocals on radio four being it's only real saving grace. After about a week of careful ownership, I hardly ever actually touched the body of the radio I noticed bits of the what looked like cheap thin plastic covering were peeling off leaving ugly white cut marks in the dark green of the covering.. It gets worse.. I had the radio for a little over two years only having it switched on for an hour or so per day to listen to the aforementioned Radio Four. Went to turn it on one day and nothing, no light nothing.. Tried a different lead and still no joy...Read more ›
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156 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. Kay on 22 Mar. 2009
Colour Name: Piano Gloss Black Verified Purchase
My piano teacher had one of the original Roberts radios on which this set is based and I always admired it. Despite the lack of features, I ordered one expecting great things.

Although the radio looks fantastic, I'm afraid that serious build quality issues were immediately apparent once I took the set out of the box. Roberts don't seem to have adjusted the tolerances of the hinged back to take account of the fact that this version does not have the leatherette covering of the standard model, causing the fitting of the back to be quite loose. The set rattled as it was carried.

More seriously, it made a constant buzzing noise on certain mid range frequencies, which was really annoying to listen to - quite unacceptable for a radio of this price. The front grill was also loose and the packaging is poor (the set is far too tightly packed - take care getting it out of the box and mind that you don't get the sticky from the handle's packing cover on the actual handle as you remove it.)

The sound quality unfortunately is quite dull and although I knew that there were no tone controls on this model (why ever not?), I had hoped this wouldn't have been a problem, but it is. The volume is adequate - turning it up increased the amount of buzzing emanating from the case, but I only listen at modest volume levels anyway.

I returned the set to Roberts themselves as I was unhappy to pay the return postage - they paid for this following an email. They sent me another set, though not with any speed. Unfortunately the second set also had build quality issues. Although the back was a tighter fit (is still wasn't a good fit) some buzzing could still be heard if I turned the volume a little louder than I use.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By MuttleyP on 7 Jun. 2010
Colour Name: Stainless Steel
While it worked, this was a fairly good DAB radio with great looks (hence 2 stars). However, after 3 years of light use, it stopped working having lost the ability to amplify the sound from either the speaker or the earphone socket.

Roberts wanted £68 plus outward P&P for a repair, which is a shocking amount to be asked to pay to rectify a manufacturing fault in a supposedly premium product. This radio should have lasted more than 3 years given the original £150 cost.

I wouldn't recommend this product and will be avoiding others from Roberts in the future. If you're going to charge premium prices you should offer premium customer service should things go wrong. The customer service you get from Roberts is as "retro" as this radio looks.
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