DAB+/DAB/FM Alarm Clock RADIO
Striking design and fantastic clock radio features make Ortus Time the ideal bedside radio. Boasting built-in DAB+/DAB/FM wavebands, USB smartphone charging, 2 alarm timers, and an auxiliary input socket, Ortus Time is a clock radio with a difference.
FREE DELIVERY. Please allow 3-5 working days for delivery of your order.
Built-in DAB/DAB+/FM means you can listen to your favourite radio stations, and with 20 station presets you can access them with the touch of a few buttons.
2 alarm timers.
Choose whether you wake to DAB, FM radio or buzzer.
Hit the snooze button…
The large, easy-to-find snooze button means that you can put the morning on hold and catch an extra forty winks…
Play music from your smartphone
An auxiliary input socket means you can play music from your smartphone, so Ortus Time can double up as a speaker for your playlists too.
You can also listen to the radio without disturbing anyone, using the headphone socket.
- FM/DAB/DAB+ Built in
- Headphone Socket
- Line-out (Analogue)
- Line-out (Digital)
- Auxiliary input socket for playback via smartphones
- USB smartphone charging
- Alarm function
Yes, 2 alarms(DAB/
FM/ or buzzer)
- Adjustable sleep timer
- Adjustable display dimmer
- Station presets
- On-device Control
- Mains powered
- Battery powered
- Supplied accessories
- AC adaptor
- Dimensions (mm)
- 137w x 140h x 77d
- 490 g
Noted that another customer has the same issue with the analogue clock at night being impossible to see. I too need glasses to read, therefore the small digital window is also impossible for me to see. Your response was that the clock illuminates, but NOTHING ABOUT THE HANDS, so what is the point. You say in the manual that the tips of the hands are luminescent. Mine are not. What are you going to do about this otherwise brilliant clock radio?
I received this today and bought it based on its updated classic looks and great spec. Its a great looking item and goes perfectly with my decor (black, wood, brushed stainless). Radio sounds perfect too, i only need one speaker in the morning, ive got a hifi for stereo. Easy enough to get used to the menu controls. Only 2 faults. The tips of the hands are really hard to see at night, i cant help but think that more could have been done. And limiting the alarm to 10 on the volume. Why do that? Im not hard of hearing but im a heavy sleeper, i can imagine that volume not waking some people up. Its definatly very very very good, but not quite excellent.
A beautiful combination of classic analogy clock design integrated with an electronic clock for night. Yet quirky at the same time with real wood shaped on the side that gives a hint of 50s/60s chic. Sound very good and very easy to use, brought for my wife. She likes music, I like talk and the sounds suits both. Easy to tune, and has a three stage dim setting for night so no night illuminations.
I bought this as I prefer the look of an analogue clock. Having had this for a few days now, I'm not sure why others have been so negative. The hands are have luminous ends and the clock has an adjustable back light which means it is possible to set the illumination to suit your needs. My clock sits on my bedside table, so I have it on a lower illumination setting, but it can be increased by pushing the display button. My experience is that the time display in the centre of the clock face can be seen at night and I can also see the illuminated ends of the hands, but I find I prefer to use the digital display during the night. (Note - I do use reading glasses but don't require these to see the illuminated information at night when on the second lowest setting). Unlike my previous Roberts radio clock, the Ortus Time allows a pre-set volume to be defined as part of the alarm setting and also gives the option of selecting a pre-set station to wake up to - which I find very useful. As with all Roberts goods, the radio itself is high quality and I'm very pleased with this product.
Stylish well made clock however I cannot fathom the complicated settings and wish I had returned this item. It’s expensive and the settings buttons are not easy to press. Very disappointed.
I bought the Ortus Time from John Lewis in November and initially loved the features and design. That is until the clock radio would wake me up every single night at 23.59 to reset itself for a minute with a loud whurring sound- basically recounting the whole day's time until it reached 00.00. I returned the clock radio on Saturday John Lewis who advised they had a new batch from Roberts, so I exchanged it. This second version has lasted 2 days and has again started to reset. I will be returning again and this time asking for a refund - I am disappointed as Roberts should have tested this product more rigorously, if they had they would have quickly found this fault.
We purchased the Robert's Ortus Time because we loved the design but had to return it as the minute and hour hands were not luminous. What is the point of having the minute segments illuminated if we can't see where the hands are? We were disappointed to have to return it. A bad design fault!
Such such a shame, i really want to love this clock radio but after a couple of days use, alas it will be returned. I bought it because I like old style clocks and a proper clock face, this had the added bonus and functionality of DAB Radio. However what I can't get my head round is why you would have a lovely clear clock face, whose hour markers illuminate at night but then omit to illuminate the hour and minute hands??, ultimately rendering the clock face useless for at least half of the day. I wear glasses and thought this would be perfect for me to read the time in the middle of the night (if a little blurily) but instead i have to try and read the digital time display which is quite small and isn't what I wanted at all. Bizarre.. and a little bit gutted.