Roberts Rambler BT in blue (Image Credit: Roberts Radio)
Roberts Rambler BT in blue (Image Credit: Roberts Radio)

Revived Classic

Roberts Rambler BT: portable Bluetooth Radio

With the new Rambler BT, Roberts Radio brings an updated and modern version of the original Rambler from the 70s.

The radio, which has integrated batteries for portable operation understands DAB+, DAB and FM but also receives signals via Bluetooth. A display shows, for example, the currently selected station. Two rotary knobs control the volume and navigate through the station list. Thanks to the option to store alarm clocks on the Rambler BT, it is also suitable as a bedroom radio. One 3.5 millimetre jack input and output each also allow music to be physically transferred to the Roberts or to headphones. The design is inspired by the model from the 70s. The Roberts Radio Rambler BT is available in green and blue for 150 euros.

In addition, the Roberts Revival iStream3 is now available for 300 Euros in the new colours "berry red" and "dusky pink".

Bilder Roberts Rambler BT und iStream 3

Roberts Radio Rambler BT blue
6 Bilder
Roberts Radio Rambler BT controls
Roberts Radio iStream 3 with berry red finish
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