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PURE Siesta Mi, DAB/FM Clock Radio - Black
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- Digital and FM radio
- Two quick-set alarms wake you to digital radio, FM or a tone
- Sleep and snooze timers
- Automatic brightness control
- 16 presets
|This product is designed to work with the digital radio standard in the UK only and is supplied with a UK 3-pin plug. The digital radio is not suitable for use outside of the UK. For all warranty claims, the product must be returned to the manufacturer in the UK, at the sender's cost.|
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|Item Dimensions||14 x 14.5 x 5 cm||14.5 x 14 x 5 cm||23 x 7.5 x 11 cm||14.1 x 13.7 x 6.3 cm||14.5 x 15 x 5.5 cm||16.5 x 13.8 x 6.7 cm|
|Item Weight||240 grams||0.52 kg||0.86 kg||0.52 kg||400 grams||437 grams|
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Siesta Mi Series 2
With improved alarm settings and an updated display, our most compact and affordable bedside radio just got even better. Siesta Mi Series 2 features digital and FM radio, two alarms, sleep and snooze timers, and a large clear display.
Siesta Mi Series 2 has two independent alarms which can be set to digital radio, FM or a tone, and can be switched on or off at the touch of a button. Its large clear display is easy to read at night and its brightness automatically adjusts to suit the light-levels of the room. And, despite its compact dimensions, Siesta Mi Series 2 provides surprisingly punchy audio quality and volume.
Digital radio lets you select stations by name; check out news, sports results, track titles and more on the scrolling text display; tune at the touch of a button; and listen in crisp, clear digital-quality sound. And there's more listening choice on digital too, in many areas up to twice as many stations as are available on FM.
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The visability of the clock display is very poor, I was unable to read the time when layed in bed, the numbers are to close together and too narrow. The radio needs to be on when switching the alarm to on or off.
I just want to clarify, having bought 2 of these over the last 3 months, that you CAN get it to display the time when it wakes you up and not just the station playing, as has been suggested by some other reviewers. You go to Display options, click through to 'time' and then press the central set button. When you next turn on the radio, or your alarm turns it on, it will display the station for about 2 seconds and then change to show current time. Due to reviews stating this issue we didn't persevere with my wife's, bought 3 months ago, so she has put up with the station display. Having just received mine, and set it up as described, we then went back to hers and found that it too works when set correctly - this is not a product update. All in all I think you'll find this a great little radio as long as you have reasonable eyesight and you view it pretty much head-on or look down on it slightly. I agree that looking up at the display it is useless (so it's not the perfect 5 star) but this is not a problem for us. I wouldn't have bought a 2nd one for me if I hadn't been totally pleased with our first one... Hope this helps.
And I have not been disappointed. Yes, of course it would be nice to be able to set the volume for when you go to sleep, and have it different when you wake up. And of course it would be nice if the digits in the display were slightly fatter and not so close together. I suppose a remote control and a teasmaid would have been nice too: but a DAB alarm clock for under £40, with dual alarms, auto time-setting, in a very pleasantly designed, sensibly laid-out and nicely finished unit, is a bargain in anyone's book.
I unpacked it, plugged it in, and left it for two minutes. Once it had stopped autotuning (and found 50+ stations with only the wire aerial), I glanced at the one-page manual, preset my favourite 5 stations (it can hold up to 16), set my alarm, and started listening.
So I am very pleased. I must agree that, if you do have to look up at the unit (i.e. your bedside table is above your head), then you won't be able to see anything on the screen. However, this isn't a problem for me and so I can give it 5 stars without thinking.
I am very happy with it, it does everything needed i.e. dual alarms, DAB, the auto-dimmer is great for someone who doesn't like light, and for me the visibility of the clock is fine. The menu system is fairly intuitive. The look of the product is good, but not the most sophisticated (for lack of a better word ) being a bit plasticy, but it is a clock radio after all... The sound quality is fine, but does lack something compared to a proper hifi (obviously!).
So I would recommend it as a good DAB clock radio for basic waking up too, but if you want a bit more style, or sound quality I guess something a bit more expensive might be needed.
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