Pure One Gets Record Function
- Prerecord on a daily/weekly basis
- 30 hours of listening with battery
- 30 Station presets
Pure’s One Classic Series II Simple digital radio has had a record function added. Available in either a black or white finish, the radio will now record your favourite radio program courtesy of a new feature called ‘Listen Later’.
Users can choose to record that program on a once-off basis, or on a daily/weekly occurrence. To activate the record functionality on the One Classic Series II, users must choose what program you want to save by selecting the ‘Listen Later’ button, and then setting the time, duration, regularity and station.
The user can then listen to their favourite programme at a time which suits them. When playing the programme the user can pause at any time, and automatic bookmarking means that if they only managed to listen to part of the programme, they can start again from where they left off.
One Classic Series II is also claimed to have improved audio performance including adjustable bass and treble settings, and a, satin-touch finish in black or white.
Other features include FM, a tone or radio alarm with sleep timer, kitchen timer, pause and rewind of live digital radio, 30 station presets, Intellitext which gives listeners on-demand access to text from participating stations on sports, news, or traffic reports, textSCAN, which lets listeners pause and control scrolling text, and an input for their iPod/MP3 player.
The radio is suitable travelling companion, providing up to 30 hours of portable listening per charge when fitted with the optional rechargeable fit-and-forget C6L ChargePAK($79). The radio also can be powered with disposable batteries.
One Classic Series II is also part of EcoPlus, which means it is designed to minimise their environmental impact and manufactured in ethically approved and audited facilities, claims Pure. 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.