Sandstrom SRDAB10 Portable DAB Radio
Product Type: Sandstrom portable radios
Description:Brand: Sandstrom / Type: Portable digital radio
Newest Review: ... is slim and small with a cute retro looking design. The outer shell is White plastic with silver coloured dials and a back ... more
Customer Sandstrom SRDAB10 Portable DAB Radio Reviews (2)
by superness11 - written on 16/11/11
Over the summer ( yes I think we just about had one!) we purchased our first DAB radio. My grandma used to always have her wireless playing in the kitchen while she was doing her jobs or making dinner and then in the summer she would hang it out of the window so she could listen to it in the garden. Taking my inspiration from this we bought the Sandstrom radio as it light enough to carry around with it's handle and will run on batteries as well as mains electricity supply. ==Price and availability== We bought the radio from Dixons electrical store and we paid £40.00. ==Description== The radio is slim and small with a cute retro ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/11, updated on 03/11/11 (Very useful, 341 readings)
I have been wanting a digital radio for a long time now and finally got this Sandstrom one over the Christmas holidays. The radio looked nice in the shop, I liked the smooth white colour of it with the black detail and the silver buttons, it looked really smart and when you picked it up it felt a nice weight to it, I have found that a lot of digital radios feel quite lightweight and as if they are just a big box with nothing in it. I bought my radio in Currys and the price was £59.99, this was a reduced price as it had been on sale before for £79.99. I thought this was quite a good price for such a nice looking radio and it seemed to be ... Read the complete review
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