The Revival is a 1950s styled radio with the latest DAB technology. A stereo line-in socket enables playback for your smartphone, so the Revival can double up as a speaker for your playlists too. With 120 hours battery life, the Revival is more portable than ever – tune into your favourite radio stations at home or in the garden.
Please allow 3-5 working days for delivery of your order.
The Revival has iconic fifties styling with a robust wooden cabinet for better acoustics.
Each individual Revival radio is lovingly hand finished with gold-plated fittings.
Every component, from the aerial to the loudspeaker concealed behind the stylish grille, has been carefully sourced to ensure the best possible sound quality.
Modern radio with retro styling.
Combining retro good looks with the latest DAB, the Revival allows you to enjoy tuning into your favourite radio stations.
Found a radio station that you want to come back to later? Not a problem. Simply add it as a preset, so you can access it with the touch of just a few buttons.
Take your music with you.
The Revival is perfectly portable. A colour coordinated carry handle enables a quick pick-up and release - enjoy your Revival both indoors and out.
And if you want to take your music elsewhere to listen in peace, there’s even a handy socket so you can listen with your own headphones without disturbing – or being disturbed – by others.
Play music from your smartphone.
A stereo line-in socket enables playback for your smartphone.
This means that the Revival can also double up as a speaker for your playlists too.
- FM/DAB/DAB+ Built in
- Headphone Socket
- Yes (3.5mm Stereo)
- Line-out (Analogue)
- Yes (3.5mm Stereo)
- Auxiliary input socket for playback via smartphones
- Yes (3.5mm Stereo)
- Gold-plated Fittings
- Monochrome Screen
- On-device Control
- Mains Powered
- Battery Powered
- Carrying Handle
- Supplied Accessories
- Mains Adapter
- Dimensions (mm)
- 250(w) x 155(h) x 100(d)
- 1.49 kg
- Piano Gloss Black; Union Jack;
I have 3 other Roberts radios all work well with great sound but this is very poor
We bought this for its appearance. Technically I have no complaints; it's easy to use, the sound quality is excellent and the reception clear all over the house. However the case, the sole reason for buying this model rather than a hard cased one, and its prime selling point, has disintegrated appallingly. It looks as if it's in the later stages of a hideous disease with great flakes of the cover coming off. I'm so disappointed. Not what I'd expect from a premium brand with a royal warrant.
Had mine for just a year and handled with care but the coating on the cover is flaking off a over it. It looks a mess. Expensive and poor quality
I wanted one of these radios for so long My children bought me the red one as a gift but unfortunately the quality is disappointing. The cover is just disintegrating, the red flakes off with the lightest touch and it just looks dreadful now. Such a shame and not what I would expect at this price
My dear children saved their pocket money & bought my a lovely pale green Roberts radio a few years ago. But now as several people have already mentioned , the green is flaking off at the slightest touch. It looks so scruffy now , but the children would be upset if I threw it out..any suggestions for recovering it.? I thought radios of this price would last a lifetime! I think Roberts should take responsibility for the poor quality & replace them for us!!
I was given this as a Christmas present 3 years ago and after 1 the buttons stopped working so it was permanently set to radio 4 - not the end of the world but now it’s stopped working altogether. I have persisted with Roberts radios over the last 10 years or so and 3 different models have failed in too short a time. I am now giving up for good
This is a beautiful little radio. Thankfully I bought the piano gloss finish model as I've seen examples of the leather look finish and they deteriorate rapidly when exposed to sunlight or are bashed, even just slightly. Also I'd steel clear of the i stream 2 models as they have poor graphics which render them unusable in time.
I bought this radio 4 yrs ago from a Roberts listed supplier. It has now completely stopped working. At £150 this shouldn't happen - also the radio has been carefully treated: barely been moved, isn't in constant use, never used in a humid environment etc. More than that they want £50 to repair it. Tech support over email was somewhat slow, and basic - only suggesting a new power cable (the first thing anyone would think of), even though I'd already told them that wasn't the issue. A pretty looking but poor deal of a radio - especially given its much vaunted build quality. Sad, as I grew up with the old, long-lasting version of this product. Alongside the engineering Roberts could do with better customer support too, again given the cost of this radio compared to Pure etc.
This is a quality product that stands out above competitors. Easy to set up and use and a good sound for the size of the unit.
Lovely looking radio quality sound, would recommend, great price
There are cheaper retro radios available but you get what you pay for. The Roberts Revival is well made and sounds fantastic.
I notice now some radio stations are moving to DAB+ and my RD60 only seems to pick up DAB everywhere I check I cannot find any firmware upgrade to enable me to get this expensive radio upgraded
My radio has sat pretty still near my bed for nearly three years, and never had more than a gentle dust - definitely no spray - but recently I had to move it around a bit and with almost every touch there was another scuff or flake of duck egg blue cover loose. It is very disappointing indeed as I was hoping it would age like an old leather sofa, not an old pleather one!
Fantastic built quality and perfect sound a great gift !