Technology Tuesday: 5 of the Best Digital Radios

It’s Technology Tuesday and today we’re looking at digital radios.  We’ve conducted our research and have put together a edit of five of our favourite digital radios currently on the market.  Do you have any of these? We’d love to know what you think – tweet us at @ithestylist or leave a comment below…



 Pure Evoke F4, £176.90 John Lewis

This FM and DAB digital radio has excellent sound and it is easy to use.  It also includes lots of fantastic features, including Bluetooth connectivity, internet radio via Wi-Fi, and the ability to stream sound from the device.



 Philips Original Radio Mini, £108.09 John Lewis

 This digital radio from Philips may look like a retro-styled alarm clock but it has good sound quality and great Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities, but despite the name the radio is not portable.  Still, it is good value for money.



 Pure Digital Siesta, £58.93 John Lewis

The Pure Digital Siesta is more than a bedroom clock radio.  As well as having DAB and FM tuners, it also has three alarm settings, good sound quality, bright screen display and the product comes in colours black, silver or white.  All in all, the product comes at a good price.




John Lewis Spectrum Duo DAB/FM Bluetooth NFC Digital Radio, £59.95 John Lewis

This DAB and FM radio has dual speakers, Bluetooth and the option to stream wireless music.  The radio also has a headphone socket, so you can listen to music without disturbing others, and the radio comes available in colours pink, white, black, mint, dark blue, pastel pink, purple and lime.




Roberts Radio Revival iSTREAM2, £196.60 House of Fraser

This FM and DAB retro radio is Wi-Fi enabled and has two alarm timers.  You can also listen to radio stations of any genre from around the world.  You can also stream music from your laptop or your Spotify account.  The radio has MP3/WMA/FLAC/AAC playback, a headphone socket and a socket for your iPod.


By: Chichi @hey_itschichi


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