Off Duty: GP gadget ... portable DAB

Model: Philips DA1000 digital radio
Price: £79.99
Available: www.johnlewis.com, www.dixons.co.uk

So, you are totally engrossed in the World Cup now, whether England are set to win it or not, but you need to press on with your life. And, as we are all going to need a digital radio sometime, somewhere, why not now, in your pocket?

Smart, neat, totally portable, and with FM radio back-up should the digital signal disappear, the Philips comes in at a very reasonable £80, and gives clear, high-quality sound. It features 20 digital presets, autostore programming, and a very easy-to-use joystick button for moving around the controls.

Selling fast; if you can get your hands on one, don't let go.

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