Pure Move, Portable Rechargeable Palm-sized DAB/FM Radio
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- Digital and FM radio
- Rechargeable for up to 40 hours portable listening. (Based on DAB listening. Other functions may vary.)
- Connect an iPod/MP3 player
- Listen through headphones (mutes speaker) or connect the headphone output to your stereo and use as a digital radio tuner
- TextSCAN to pause and control scrolling text
|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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A palm-sized compact DAB and FM radio Move gives you all the clarity and convenience of DAB digital radio through speakers or headphones in a go-anywhere package with over 40 hours battery life. Now you can take radio with you wherever you go and listen to it however you choose. Move's compact styling fits comfortably on the narrowest shelf delivering suprising volume and quality for such a small radio. Pop it in your pocket and listen to the match in the park or at the ground. Use it with headphones without extending the aerial - great while travelling to work at sports events or anywhere you want to listen without disturbing others. And FM reception means you can listen abroad or in ares of reduced DAB coverage. Despite its compact size Move has a wealth of features including: textSCAN to pause and control DAB scrolling text 20 presets an auxuliary input for connecting your MP3 player and a mini USB connection for future product upgrades. You can Even plug moves headphone output to your hi-fi and use it as a DAB tuner. Move's built-in ChargePAK rechargeable battery pack charges from the mains while you listen and provides over 40 hours of portable DAB listening.
From the world leaders in DAB radio comes Move - the palm-sized rechargeable DAB digital & FM radio.
A palm-sized compact DAB digital and FM radio, Move gives you all the clarity and convenience of DAB digital radio through speaker or headphones in a go-anywhere package with over 40 hours battery life.
Now you can take radio with you wherever you go and listen to it however you choose. Moves compact styling fits comfortably on the narrowest shelf, delivering surprising volume and quality for such a small radio. Pop it in your pocket and listen to the match in the park or at the ground. Use it with headphones without extending the aerial great while travelling to work, at sports events, or anywhere where you want to listen without disturbing others. And FM reception means you can listen abroad or in areas of reduced DAB coverage.Despite its compact size Move has a wealth of features including: textSCAN to pause and control DAB scrolling text, 20 presets, an auxiliary input for connecting your iPod or MiniDisc player and a mini USB connection for future product upgrades. You can even plug Moves headphone output to your hi-fi and use it as a DAB tuner. Moves built-in ChargePAK rechargeable battery pack charges from the mains while you listen and provides over 40 hours of portable DAB listening.
EcoPlus is a statement of PUREs on-going commitment to our environment and its future. It indicates that environmental impact has been considered in the design, manufacture and transport of our products, and has driven both what we do and how we do it.
All EcoPlus products are packaged using cardboard produced with a minimum of 70% recycled material, and finished using water-based varnish. All internal pulp trays are 100% recycled, and the user documentation is printed on 100% recycled paper using Soya-based inks. We also encourage our customers to recycle all packaging materials.
The boxes of EcoPlus products are designed to be the smallest they can be whilst still ensuring the integrity and security of the product inside. This maximizes the number of products which can be shipped in each container, and thus minimizes the environmental cost of transport.
The PURE Move was the first radio to be recommended by the Energy Saving Trust and PURE are proud to b able to say that a further eight PURE radios have since received ESR accreditation.
Products endorsed by the scheme have to satisfy an Independent Endorsement Panel of experts, and have to meet strict energy efficiency criteria which means they are not only better for the environment but are also cheaper to run.
|With Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) youll discover a broader range of music, debate and ideas, all in crystal clear digital sound.|
Digital radios are much easier to use than analogue radios because they automatically search for all available stations. Once the radio has found all the available stations you just choose the one you want by name. No more trying to remember frequencies.
Wider Station Choice
With up to 55 DAB stations available in many areas, and more on the way, you’ll be spoilt for choice. As well as existing favourites like BBC radios 1-4, BBC radio 5 live, Classic FM and talkSPORT, there are also great exclusive-to-digital stations such as BBC 1Xtra, BBC 5 live Sports Extra, BBC 6 Music, BBC 7 and Planet Rock.
Digital Sound Quality
DAB is crackle-clear and hiss-free because its not subject to the same interference as analogue radio.
There's more listening choice on DAB too. These great stations and many more are available in the UK on DAB digital radio. As DAB coverage varies, remember to check which stations are available in your area.
20 Station Presets
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Top Customer Reviews
It pulls in DAB signals from further afield than any other unit I've had. Around the house I can use it with the arial stored closed, and I'm not all that near the transmitter. FM is as powerful though I find that it stumbles on autotuning at times, picking up noise between stations, but that's a minor issue.
Sound is pretty good - not really powerful and not hugely bass-y but it's good enough for a unit that is used around the house. Headphone audio is stereo (where broadcast) and sounds better than any other DAB radio I've had.
Battery life is stunning - my Sony personal unit ate 2xAA's in 6 hours, this really does last as long as they claim. I use it about 1 to 2 hours a day and only charge it about once a month.
With headphones it works really well on the move, the headphone lead becomes the arial. I've used it in the car and very rarely get the usual DAB 'burble'.
I also like the aux input - I connect my iPod to it and use the Move as an amplifier - a nice touch for people like me on the move staying in hotels.
It's a really nicely designed unit - the rubber back, brushed steel front and handy stand all make a really well made radio, by one of the better manufacturers.
We have had this for a few weeks now and even with regular use it is still on its first charge (approx 40 hours per charge). It is nice and compact, yet the reception is excellent thanks to the aerial, and it picks up loads of stations. The sound quality, with pop/rock/jazz settings etc is changeable to suit most tastes. It is best listened to through headphones, as the external speaker is small, although adequate. Another good feature is the pop-out stand.
The only criticism is that the central control for programme select etc is on the small side, which means that you can sometimes access the wrong mode.
I would recommend this model to anyone looking for a small but robust and reliable digital radio.
It's very easy to move from room to room without any fuss. The function buttons are minimal, and easy to use. Highly recommended.
Neatly packaged and straightforward to charge and set up, it was ready to use within a few hours (although it recommends charging for 12 hours the first time). The controls are easy to use and the tone and overall quality is superb, considering its size and price. It actually looks better than I thought it would - it is smart and robust, I love it and it has Moved me to write this review!!
The lettering on the front panel is not to my taste but then I am a bit fussy about artistic design.
More importantly, the unit has a couple of very irritating design failures. Firstly, the stand that holds the radio vertical is narrow and unstable - it wouldn't problem if you could just leave the Move flat on the table - but the aerial is inexplicably arranged so that it can't point upwards. The result is a delicate balancing act every time you relocate. Secondly, the one/off button has to be held down for several seconds before anything happens - a sliding switch would be much more convenient - this `feature' sounds minor but is increasingly frustrating. There seems to be no reason for either drawback except poor design. Other than that, the radio is elegant, easy to use, and quite pleasing. The battery life is excellent.
If you plan to use the Move for relatively long periods of time without wanting to move from room to room, it may satisfy you. I wanted a radio to carry around the house with me, as I get up in the morning, and for that it is very disappointing. After a month of testing, I have reverted to my old radio - which I got as a freebie with a new credit card 15 years ago. It even has better bass from the same sized speaker.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great little radio that is used all over the house and taken on camping or caravan trips. the Arial broke at one point and a replacement was about £10 so i used a small cable tie... Read morePublished 7 months ago by michael wakenshaw
the best dab radio. great battery life, easy to use, great reception, sound quality if quite good considering the small speaker. for a compact radio i doubt it can be bettered.Published 16 months ago by baitman
The stand is virtually useless unless a rubber band is placed around it to stop it closing and the radio falling over. The on/off switch is fiendishly inconvenient to use. Read morePublished 16 months ago by GrahamL
Didn't work from day one and very vague about returns ....waste of money. Shame because my old one lasted 3 yrsPublished on 3 Jun. 2014 by dairunner