When it comes to retro radios, Roberts rules the roost. And they don’t come much more retro than the Rambler – originally issued as an analogue radio nearly 75 years ago, it’s had a revamp and returned to stores as the Rambler 76 DAB radio.
It’s looks are timeless – a combination of sleek ash wood with leather cloth side panels and carrying handle (available in seven ‘cool’ colours). But you’ve also got the radio technology of today – the radio has both DAB and FM RDS wavebands, 16 x 2 character LCD display, auto time set, auto tune, favourite station presets, rotary tuning and volume controls and it can operate via battery or mains.
The Rambler 76 costs around £100 and is available in red, black, pastel pink, pastel green, pastel blue, pastel cream and pastel aqua.