Taking style cues from the much loved original 1970's Roberts Rambler, the beautiful wooden case and metal grille of the Rambler are complemented by DAB/DAB+/FM radio. Thanks to the aux input socket, you can plug in an aux cable and play music from your smartphone. Plus, the Rambler can run on batteries – portable and lightweight, you'll have no problem taking this around thanks to its carry handle.
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Play music from your smartphone.
Play music from your smartphone and use the Rambler as a speaker.
Simply plug an aux cable into the auxiliary input socket and then play music via your smartphone.
The modern day Rambler is encased within a wooden cabinet and metal grille similar to its iconic Seventies predecessor, but is packed with the latest DAB technology.
Wake up to your favourite station.
The Rambler performs equally well as a bedside companion with multiple alarms, sleep and snooze timers. These are also available with battery power.
Wake to a radio (DAB/FM) or buzzer alarm.
- FM/DAB/DAB+ Built in
- Headphone Socket
- Yes (3.5mm stereo)
- Auxiliary input socket for playback via smartphones
- Yes (3.5mm stereo)
- Alarm function
- Eco Power Saving Mode
- On-device Control
- Carrying Handle
- Mains Powered
- Battery Powered
- Supplied Accessories
- Mains Adaptor
- Dimensions (mm)
- 210(w) x 120(h) x 85(d)
After limited use as a bedside radio the Select/Tuning button has broken and can't be used to set the alarm, make changes to the system settings or even select another station (it's stuck on BBC Newcastle). It looks fabulous, sounds pretty good and is easy to use BUT it only lasted two and a half years. A repair by Roberts would have cost £44 (a joke when you can buy new for less than £80 with a 2 year warranty).
Too many confusing buttons if you are not technical minded
i love this DAB radio with the additional bluetooth speaker
THis radio is fab, it has great sound (goes quite loud) and is also a great size. Can also run on batteries which is handy if you want to move it around. I’m really pleased with this purchase and it looks cool in my kitchen too!
Great radio, great sound, easy to use and great price.
I had heard good reports of Roberts Radios. Mine lives up to the reputation. Easy to follow steps to set up. Great sound quality. My old radio alarm is history....
This is much smaller than its sibling, the retro model, but is well built as you would expect from Roberts and is super easy to set up; in fact it’s just plug and play. Good reception and sound quality. Happily recommend to anyone.
Worth paying a little extra for a Roberts radio this one has an old fashioned sort of sound and not tinny like a lot of cheaper ones, very pleased with it.
I love my new radio and apart from struggling to set up the favourites channels, I have nothing negative to say. It is a small, compact radio that looks and sounds great. The dials and buttons are easy to use and the display panel is very clear. Love it.,
Very compact smart little radio. Found it a bit difficult to set up as this was first DAB one I had had - think they could make it clear that there is a delay after you switch on. Alarm is a bit complicated if you only want a one off.
As always Roberts always excel themselves in producing quality radios, and 50 years on from the original analogue Rambler we now have the DAB Rambler and what a superb model it is. Get one and you wont be disappointed .
Bought this on a whim and I'm so glad I did! Fantastic sound quality, easy to set up and it looks brilliant in my kitchen.
Love it! It looks fab. I have had a Roberts Revival radios before but I realise now that they are quite cumbersome whereas this is a little beauty! So stylish to look at, stunning stylish pink colour and smaller than a revival. Buy it......just to look good in your kitchen, although mine has gone in my holiday let! Lucky guests!!
I found this radio difficult to tune. I spent several hours over a period trying to get it to select the pre select stations. It got stuck on Radio 2 which meant I got fed up with it. Thinking of returning it for another make. Very disappointed as I have other Roberts (vintage model) which I am very pleased with.
A good-looking, small radio which is easy to use and gives good quality sound. I bought this at a reduced offer price as I was wanting a traditional, well-made radio for the kitchen.