The Pure Evoke H3 is the brand's flagship model, and it's easy to see why. With its distinctive wooden design- also available in walnut- and excellent sound quality, this is a DAB radio that offers something for everyone.
A flair for design
Available in your choice of oak or walnut finish, the stylish design of the Pure Evoke H3 is the perfect blend of timelessness and modernity. It lends a pleasing retro touch to the DAB radio, while the front panel is distinctly modern. The full-colour screen is a nice touch, and the display is remarkably crisp. That makes it a lot easier to navigate menus than a monochrome screen, so this is certainly something to consider when choosing a DAB radio. All of those features come in a compact package, allowing the H3 to slot into your home just about anywhere.
Small in stature, big on sound
Don’t let the Evoke H3’s small size fool you. Packed inside that wooden casing is some powerful audio equipment that gives it a solid audio profile. There’s a fair amount of depth to the sound, thanks to the relatively large 8cm driver that sits inside the casing. Former Evoke models have been slightly heavy-handed on the bass, but Pure have eased off on this with the H3. That gives its mid-range frequencies some much-needed precision, allowing you to enjoy a broader range of music in full clarity.
With Bluetooth functionality, the Evoke H3 is much more than just a DAB radio. With your smartphone or tablet in hand, you can easily stream virtually any audio content directly to the H3. From Spotify playlists to podcasts and internet radio stations, it’s all available at just the touch of a button. If you’d rather keep things wired, then there’s an aux port included too. Enjoy the Evoke H3’s outstanding sound quality across a limitless range of content!
Up to 40 station presets
If you don’t like having to flick through every DAB radio station to find your favourite, then not to worry. The Evoke H3 comes with an incredible 40 different station presets to fill up with the stations you listen to most. Assigning stations to presets is as simple as holding the button, and you can then tune back in with just a single click.