Solar DAB 2 Portable Roberts Radio

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Solar DAB 2 Portable Roberts Radio

£63.59

Roberts introduce the next generation solarDAB radio.

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Roberts introduce the next generation solarDAB radio. This stylish and compact DAB/FM portable radio has a solar panel integrated into the top of the unit which absorbs direct sunlight in order to power the radio. There is an LED solar and battery indicator and under good conditions, there is sufficient power generated to charge the batteries and power the radio.

 

SolarDAB 2 enables you to use your normal AA batteries or rechargeable AA batteries. The radio will charge your rechargeable batteries with a flick of a switch. Once fully charged, the low power consumption of solarDAB allows the batteries to power the radio for up to 20 hours without the need to recharge them. The radio can then be used away from sunlight or mains electricity until recharging becomes necessary. The batteries can be recharged either by sunlight or using the supplied mains adaptor if there is not sufficient light available.

 

solarDAB is ideal for use in gardens, conservatories, greenhouses, on suitable windowsills, or away from home while camping, fishing, at the beach, or anywhere that you wish to listen to the radio away from conventional power sources.

 

Features:

DAB/FM RDS wavebands

Solar, battery or mains powered

FM RDS station name display

Rotary tuning and volume controls

Built-in battery/solar charger

Station name / multi preset mode

One touch instant access to favourite station

LED solar level indicator

LED battery indicator

Soft touch rubberised controls

USB socket for software upgrades

Line in socket for iPod / MP3 playback

Headphone socket

Battery or mains operation via AC adaptor (included)

Uses 3 x LR6 (AA size) batteries or rechargeable equivalent (included)

Size(mm) 202 (w) x 140 (h)x 70 (d)

Weight 623g

 

Founded in 1932 Royal Warrant Holders, Roberts Radio Limited is the UK brand leader in the portable radio market and is sold around the world from Japan to USA.