Summary: Having to review a purchase after only having it 3 days seems a bit silly rather than using it for a longer period. However it is easy to set up and use, just like other Pure radios (I have an Evoke Flow as well) so far it is fine.
Summary: We live in an awful area for radio reception, and our old FM radio was often unusable with an internal antenna. This DAB radio has the obvious advantage of much better sound quality than FM, but even so we still get drop out and some tweeting noises. The GOOD: It's small and compact. The DAB works well (mostly) and the media player works well too. The BAD: Boot time is slow - it's hardly instant like the old radio it replaced.
Summary: A half price? Amazon deal of the day, and as such offered great value. Despite comments by other reviewers I have no issues re start up times as they are only a few seconds. Good choice of English language stations although as many seemed to be xmas related I assume they have gone. Easy to set up and record favourites. Alarm works well and easy to set. I have not tried streaming from laptop yet.
Works well but a bit awkward compared to other internet radios
4 April 2013
Summary: I needed a new internet radio after the last one I had decided to stop working. This looked to tick all the boxes (also needed an alarm function and to be able to stream music from a NAS) and was a decent price so gave it a go. It does work very well and sounds great - I can't deny that. Network setup was very quick and easy. It's when it comes to navigating the menus and actually getting it to do what you want it to that I feel it's just harder than it ought to be.
Summary: I have used the Pure One Flow for a month or so now, and it has worked reliably. The DAB radio part seems more sensitive than many others we have tried in our weak-signal area, picking up all the stations without fiddling with the aerial orientation. The internet radio works very well - in line with all similar radios it is easier to browse the available stations on a PC and save favourites in a folder on the Pure account for access by this radio, and once set up in this...