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Clock and alarm, five DAB and five FM presets ensure you never miss a wake up call, the Xfm DAB Radio is both mains and battery powered and comes with compact carry handle and telescopic aerial. Basically, it's a very, very tasty piece of equipment.
This is a fantastic radio...Well, it's more than a radio. It's DAB (Digital Audio Broadcast) which means the following; you don't have to tune it, the stations are listed on screen... Read morePublished on 10 Oct. 2008 by Mr. M. A. Woods
Unfortunately it doesn't seem to be available any more and the i-Tech web site has no mention of it - so don't hold your breath for a firmware upgrade to improve the un-intuative... Read morePublished on 21 Dec. 2007 by Sussex Dave
I have ordered this Monday and recieved Wednesday and must say I was'nt really expecting much £40 odd for a DAB radio , but what came really did exceed my expectations the packing... Read morePublished on 4 Oct. 2007 by D. Garrad
I've had my DAB One for eight months now and continue to be delighted with its performance.
Using it as a bedroom alarm is not as difficult as one reviewer suggested. Read more
Pros--excellent packaging, solidly built, slot for memory cards enables mp3's to be played, relatively cheap.
Cons--average & uninspiring sound. Read more
I got this radio having seen a neighbours, and seeing it in a shop (Currys) was unable to leave without it. It's a very nice design and sounds good too. Read morePublished on 22 Feb. 2007 by Dadgady
I had this DAB radio as a birthday present and I was, at first, amazed at the sound quality and the overall design. Read morePublished on 4 Feb. 2007 by Mr. Peter Sewell
If you're in any doubt (as i was after reading some reviews on here), don't be, i bought one of these for comet, for the same price it is here, £35, no, its not a Pure but most of... Read morePublished on 2 Feb. 2007 by Watti