Excerpt: Here's another spin on Pure's original Evoke-1 portable radio, but this one really is portable thanks to the option of using it with the company's £30 ChargePak rechargeable battery, which gives 24 hours' playback per charge.
Pros: Good-sounding, still stylish, flexible and green
Excerpt: This rock 'n' roll radio is the result of the second collaboration between DAB radio specialist Pure and legendary guitar amplifier brand Marshall. The new model is a revamped version of the Evoke-1XT Marshall, which was released in back in 2006.
Excerpt: If some of Pure's DAB radios such as the Evoke Mio by Orla Kiely are aimed at the ladies, then it's fair to say there will probably be more men than women drooling at the sight of a DAB radio that looks like a guitar amp.
Pros: Looks unique and stylish, sounds great, DAB/FM, portable, battery-powered.
Cons: Doesn’t match scale and weight of bigger models, a little more expensive.