That’s down to the battery life – 150 hours of listening from your batteries, five time more than the average DAB. Which means you have less batteries to buy. But it doesn’t ditch the features – pause and rewind of live radio is still there, as is DAB and reception, along with a backlit display and 20 presets.
The Gemini 21 costs £79.99.
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