DAB+/FM Radio in 50s style with Union Jack design and gold
High quality, handmade wooden casing with expanded metal
mesh speaker cover.
AUX input - for connecting external audio sources such as CD
players, MP3 players or computers.
company have built portable radio equipment since 1932. In 2000, Roberts
was the first to manufacture a portable DAB radio.
The RD60 Revival "Union Jack" was produced in a
limited number at the request of many customers and demonstrates the high level
of engineering of the Roberts company. Full of pride, the two coat of arms of
the Royals show up next to the easily legible display, showing the Roberts
company as accredited suppliers to the English court. It’s lovingly crafted,
high-quality wooden-based casing make it an eye-catcher in any location.
But the beauty of the authentic 50's design is not only superficial;
there is value to the design too. Due to the extremely low power consumption,
the battery can operate up to an incredible 120 hours.
Despite its '50s vintage look, which is based on a
successful older Roberts model, the RD60 was designed for the future. In
addition to the digital FM radio, the radio features the latest broadcasting standard, DAB+, meaning this radio is prepared for a long radio life. To make this certain it also has an iPod and an MP3 interface for software upgrades via a USB slot.
Fixed channels can be adjusted to the favourites button so you
are always just one touch away from your favourite stations. The device can be
operated with batteries or an AC adapter. Due to the extremely low power
consumption the battery can run up to an incredible 120 hours.