Pure EVOKE-2S digital radio

This digital radio has great speakers and a good design

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
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    2.00 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 499.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Raymond Jamieson

2.0

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Pros
Sound
Cons
Repeated "bugs", Price
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I first obtained an Evoke-2S around a year ago, and since then it has been replaced twice (i.e. I'm now on my third!). In addition, I've had to send numerous telephone calls and emails to Pure's Australian representative (and finally the Pure UK office) about various "bugs" of differing severity. To correct one, I needed to connect the radio to my computer (fortunately I had the connector) while countless times I've had to remove the ChargePak to reboot the radio when it's lost the time or station tuning.. This latter procedure is no simple task, although both the Australian and U.K. Reps think this is a minor issue. I have found the attitude of both Australian and English contacts to my complaining to be quite unsatisfactory. I'd recommend that prospective buyers of this product give it a wide berth, particularly when its cost in Australia is borne in mind.

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