Summary: I thought one bad review so far, so it should be ok... But it isn't This piece of expensive crap doesn't connect every second time and now doesn't even switch on, after ca. 6 weeks. Buywer beware and do not buy this piece of junk. The Lounge functionality is for the UK, doesn't work here either.
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.
Summary: Nice-looking radio with good sound quality that provides all the internet channels as well as DAB and FM. However, it sometimes loses the internet stations for what seems like no good reason, and the only way to get them back is to unplug the radio and plug it in again.
Summary: Seamlessly connected to my wireless network, the guide provided to set-up Windows Media Player on the website didn't match with the reality, however being a little tech-savvy was able to get over that hurdle. Have yet to explore the what appear to be thousands of internet radio stations...
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.
Summary: Whilst this radio is of the generally high quality one would expect from Pure, in adapting an existing DAB/FM model to include wi-fi internet radio, the result is a radio where the controls are not as good as they should be. For a radio of this size, sound quality is good.