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Which DAB radio for the garden?

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Trying to decide what DAB radio to put on my Christmas list. I need one that can also run on batteries as it will be used on the allotment when the weather is a bit better. Anyone any ideas? Budget upto £100.

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RE: Which DAB radio for the garden?
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RE: Which DAB radio for the garden?

Pure Evoke 1S?

Although the Chargepak rechargable battery will cost you extra.

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RE: Which DAB radio for the garden?

The Pure Digital One is good value at £50, but you'll need to pay an extra £30 for the ChargePak.

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