Summary: I THINK THE GENERAL QUALITY IS GOOD BUT VERY POOR DISPLAY FOR STATIONS MENU ITEMS E.T.C. NOT VERY USER FRIENDLY. WOULD NOT RECOMMEND, USUALLY EXPECT BETTER FROM PURE, MY DAB WALKMAN IS GREAT. AH WELL ,LIFE ISNT ALWAYS HOW YOU WOULD LIKE IT!
Summary: I am really impressed with the access this radio provides to a rich variety of internet, digital and FM radio - as well as to my networked music collection. I am frustrated though by the clunky menu and the moving display is not always legible. In addition, a number of the "listen to again" programme are not available. But for that I would have given it a higher mark.
Summary: got it just before Christmas could not use it and had to buy a new battery for it could not use normal batteries what a disappointment however as i have ordered a new battery i will wait for it and then try to learn how to use it but it is not what i was expecting and was really sorry to have bought it.
Summary: I am living abroad and this is an ideal way of keep up to date with UK radio rather than using the laptop all the time. We have three of these radios all dotted about the house. on the whole good, but could do with some work, just to make it more user friendly. Good - the online portal - great way of accessing stations.
Summary: Good value for money, you get what you pay. One significant problem that it has for non English speaking countries is that it does not support the Unicode Character set, thus if you have a media server with non English songs the will appear as x marks making it entirely useless as a media player. Media player is not also totally problem free.. Some times it does not recognize or play a song even if it is within the supported media formats.
Summary: Chose this after much deliberation. It is a nice looking, compact radio with all the functions I was looking for and at a good price. Was warned off other radios with similar spec in same price bracket by adverse comments about tone. However, I find the tone of the One Flow has far too much base for my taste (I tend to listen to a lot of talk programes) and, so far as I can tell, there is no way of modifying the level.
Summary: I've found this radio to have both good and bad points. The size is very compact for an internet radio in comparison to others currently available on the market. FM sound quality is very good although I bought it for the purpose of accessing a wider variety of music stations which are only broadcast on the internet. I generally listen to BBC Radio 2 a lot so therefore I would often listen again to programmes.
Summary: We bought this radio to use in the kitchen for which it's an ideal size. The sound quality is good for a single speaker and the tactile black finish gives it an attractive quality look and feel. Due to our poor dab and FM reception we mostly use it as an internet radio. Setup is quick an simple, however in use it's quite clunky to work through the menu system, but worst of all the radio suffers numerous hang ups and occasionally freezes completely, which can only be...
Summary: It's just OK. I use it only for internet radio. When it's working, it's fine - good portability with the battery which which seems to last a long time without charging,and sound is acceptable. But it can take a long time to find a connection, even when I place it right by the router. Then it sort of splutters into life. My other Roberts radio finds the connection much more quickly. In addition, it sometimes freezes when first turned on, just showing the Pure one logo.