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Roberts SolarDAB 2 Radio - Green

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Roberts SolarDAB 2 Radio - Green

Roberts SolarDAB 2 Radio


Quay Television offer FREE local delivery of the Roberts SolarDAB 2 Radio. We also have many services available including installation. Contact us for details on 01262 672870 email


Roberts SolarDAB 2 Radio

The unique SolarDAB 2 uses the sun as a power socket, letting you enjoy crystal clear digital radio wherever you are. This model uses an integral solar panel to provide you with continuous play under adequate sunlight. It also tops up a rechargeable battery while playing, which jumps into action when the sun disappears.



Built in DAB/DAB+/FM, and with the handy radio station presets, you can access your favortie stations at the touch of a few buttons.


Solar, Battery or Mains Powered

The SolarDAB 2 has a solar panel integrated into the top of the unit which absorbs direct sunlight in order to power the radio. There's an LED solar and battery indicator and under good conditions, enough power is generated to charge the batteries and power the radio.
Great Outdoors
The SolarDAB 2 is ideal for use in gardens, conservatories, greenhouses, on suitable windowsills. Alternatively, take it away from home while camping, fishing, at the beach, or anywhere you wish to listen to the radio.
Play Music from your Ipod
A stereo line-in socket enables playback for your ipod or MP3. This means that the SolarDAB 2 can act as a speaker for your iPod playlists too.
  • DAB/FM RDS station name
  • Solar panel
  • Built-in battery charger
  • Station name/multi preset mode
  • One-touch access to favourite station
  • USB socket for software upgrades
  • Line in socket for iPod/MP3 playback
  • Headphone socket
  • Battery or mains operation via AC adaptor (included)
  • Batteries 3 x LR6 (AA size) or rechargeable equivalent (included)
  • Size: 20.2 x 14 x 7 cm
  • Roberts Solar DAB 2 Radio