Roberts celebrates its 85th anniversary this year so is issuing new versions of its 50s inspired retro Revival radios
First introduced in the 1950s, Roberts has now added two new Revival models to the family.
The Revival Uno (£160) is now more compact than the standard Revival, (35% smaller) with the addition of an alarm. The Revival Uno offers FM/DAB/DAB+ and runs on AA batteries.
Colours include (and music fans should be ready with the buzzers on this one) pink cadillac, purple haze, blue monday and yellow submarine for a bright statement as well as more subtle tones such as duck egg, dove grey, pastel cream and black.
The Revival RD70 (£200) retains the 50s styling and features FM/DAB/DAB+ plus Bluetooth connectivity to enable streaming via other devices. It also runs on AA batteries.
The colour display has been redesigned to, “…make it more intuitive…” said the company. It is now in full colour and provides greater information. You can also customise the screen.
The Revival RD70 comes in classic red, leaf green, black, pastel cream, duck egg and black. Like the Revival Uno this now also features an alarm function.
To learn more, click www.robertsradio.com/uk