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It's no exaggeration to say that Pure's Evoke-1 set the standard for DAB and the new Evoke Flow does the same for Internet radio. It makes listening to stations around the world almost as simple as tuning into Radio Four.
Having conquered the lower end of the DAB radio market with its best-selling One radio, Pure has dished out another 50 quid radio. This time it's is trying to conquer the bedroom with its Siesta model - and it might just succeed
This is one for the Spinal Tap fan in your life: for starters, this replica Marshall guitar amplifier digital radio has volume dial that goes up to eleven. Honestly, only a hugely confident and recognisable brand like Pure could pull this off
Part of Pure Digital's Élan range, the DX40 is the budget version in the manufacturer's extensive selection of DAB radios. It closely resembles Pure's own RV40 - minus a few features, that is
Pure makes great digital radios. The same applies to its DMX-60, an attempt at a modern version of the traditional hi-fi microsystem. The inclusion of a DAB tuner and the ability to pause, record and play MP3s is as impressive as the build quality
Famed for its Evoke DAB radios, Pure Digital must have the widest range of any digital radio maker. That doesn't mean that all of its offerings are of the same standard and its Elan range of budget DAB radios leave a little to be desired