1. Pure Digital Evoke D4 with Bluetooth

    Pure Digital Evoke D4 with Bluetooth

    A slightly thick bass sound mars an otherwise decent device – and it falls a little between two stools

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  2. Pure Evoke F4

    Pure Evoke F4

    Product of the Year, Awards 2013. If you want a radio that does it all, and does most of it well, audition the F4

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  3. Pure Evoke D2

    Pure Evoke D2

    Best radio up to £100, Awards 2013. An excellent unit from radio specialists Pure. Superb value for money

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  4. Pure Digital Highway 300Di

    Pure Digital Highway 300Di

    A DAB hand at driving radio forward

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  5. Pure Digital Move 400D

    Pure Digital Move 400D

    Perfect for on-the-go casual listening, but not as your main home radio

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  7. Pure Digital Sensia 200D Connect

    Pure Digital Sensia 200D Connect

    Revamped Sensia sounds fine, but that touchscreen still frustrates

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  8. Pure Digital One Classic II

    Pure Digital One Classic II

    The Pure One Classic II is a gentle upgrade of the splendid original

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  9. Pure Digital Move 2500

    Pure Digital Move 2500

    Great performer if the DAB reception is strong, but reception can get awfully iffy

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  10. Pure Digital Contour

    Pure Digital Contour

    Pure value for money, yes; Pure entertainment, yes – but Pure quality? Not quite

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    Available from £99.95
  11. Pure Digital Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely

    Pure Digital Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely

    Aimed predominantly at women, the Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely is an easy listen with talk radio

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