The budget DAB market already seems over subscribed, but that doesn’t stop new models appearing on an almost weekly basis. Intempo is the latest comapny to bring new sets to market with an expansion of their KT series of radios.
The Intempo KT DAB radio is fairly basic in specification – it’s a dual band DAB (digital and FM) with eight presets, mfour for each band. There’s also an alarm with sleep and snooze, plus the LCD screen for that all-important station and track information. No pause and record functions sadly.
Like a number of DABs right now, style is very much the selling point. Already available in a selection of bold colours, Intempo has now added "baby blue" and "latte" to the range, which along with the existing pink model, are obviously aimed at the female market. Don’t worry lads – there’s also a more manly brown and blue.
Or for you fashionistas out there, there are also a couple of ‘haute couture’ models. The fascia of these radios has been customised by British fashion designer Matthew Williamson, with prints from his latest collections. These radios are charity editions for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and retail exclusively at John Lewis for £125.
You can pick up the standard Intempo KT radio for around £65.
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