DAB/FM radios

Reviews

£ 100

Not a bad effort from Roberts, but the same money can buy you better sound

£ 100

Another one of those Roberts radios that looks like the old-fashioned version of modern, and it faces tough competition

£ 50

A classy radio for sensible money, with touch-panel controls and an acceptable sound

£ 30

Surprisingly, this DAB/FM clock radio from Tesco house-brand Technika manages to feel and look overpriced

£ 150

A rare tactile treat, the Type R is a fascinating combination of 70s retro and up to date technology

£ 50

Pure’s entry-level bedside clock radio is simpler than the Chronos model, and a great buy

£ 100

It’s a mains-only mono radio, lacking the Evokes’ battery option, but it can be used with an optional speaker to give stereo

£ 70

This is a great bedside buy, even if it’s no longer the revolutionary product it once was

£ 230

Myryad’s first ever DAB portable is a fine achievement. The competition is tough, though

£ 70

The sturdy RD46 seems at first glance the ideal away-day companion...