Review of Pure Digital Radio with Dandelion Sanderson Print

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What they say:

Pure Evoke D2 Mio DAB/FM Bluetooth Portable Digital Radio, Sanderson Print, Dandelion

The Pure Evoke D2 is one of the most compact members of the award-winning Evoke family. The portable DAB digital and FM radio, with real walnut veneer casing, also includes Bluetooth for seamless streaming of all your favourite music from tablets and smartphones.

Wrapped up in an exclusive Sanderson design, the digital radio will add ‘designer’ into the living space. Recognised for their beautifully painted fabrics and wallpaper deigns, Sanderson have tailored their collection for the design conscious of all ages offering the same quality and style which the brand are renowned for.

Evoke D2’s stylish good looks aren’t just for show – the wood casing, tuned speaker and latest digital amplifier ensure class-leading audio, so it sounds beautiful too.

What I say:

I LOVE this radio! It is small, I love the print, it sounds great and it looks fab in my kitchen! We have pre-set the radio with loads of different stations so we can have news, sport, and music whatever we feel like at the touch of a button. The fact it is portably is also great for us, it means we can move it around depending what we are doing! My husband is the cook in our family, we used to just use the iPad in the kitchen and put a radio station app on, now however I have been told I have to buy one of these as the sound quality is so much better! I absolutely love the design, it works so well in our kitchen/living area. I love that it is portable and so easy to use and set up and most of all we love the sound – it is really clear and sharp. A fantastic product!

Favourite feature:

I would say the look of it! My husband would say the sound of it! Therefore an absolute winner as we are both happy!

Cost:

£149.95 from John Lewis. Ok so it isn’t the cheapest radio around, but I can assure you it is a great radio and I will be buying one!

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