Portable Radio Ideal For Travelling

  • 40 hours of listening per charge
  • 30 digital and FM presets
  • Connects to iPod/MP3 player

Pure’s One Flow uses a Wi-Fi connection to access thousands of internet radio stations and podcasts from around the world, as well as the company’s selection of ambient sounds for relaxation.

 “One Flow achieves a new price in premium digital and internet radio, but it does so without compromise. So you get all the benefits of broadcast digital radio, plus new on-line content. ONE Flow really will deliver internet-connected digital radio for everyone,” says Graeme Redman, Managing Director of Pure Australasia.

With its black satin-touch finish, satin-chrome dials and considerably enhanced audio performance, ONE Flow looks and sounds fantastic – and its intuitive interface including a new home button for easy navigation to the source menu makes it extremely easy to use.

One Flow is also an ideal travelling companion, providing up to 40 hours of portable listening per charge when fitted with the optional rechargeable fit-and-forget ChargePAK E1 ($99).

Other features on the One Flow include support for the full international family of DAB digital radio standards, FM radio, internet favourites, 30 digital and FM presets, kitchen and sleep timers, 3.5mm input for an iPod or MP3 player, two easy-to-use alarms, headphone socket and a large LCD display.

One Flow incorporates the Toumaz Xenif processor with the latest highly integrated technology from PURE’s parent company, Imagination Technologies, to deliver the fastest, most efficient and most affordable portable DAB and connected radio experience yet.

One Flow is part of EcoPlus, Pure’s ethical philosophy and ongoing commitment to look after the environment. All Pure products are designed to minimize their environmental impact and manufactured in ethically approved facilities. They have reduced power consumption in operation and standby, use recycled packaging materials, have the smallest possible packaging and components selected to minimise environmental impact.