Pure reimagines Evoke connected radio range, with Spot, Play and Home

Rik Henderson


Pure has relaunched its Evoke range of connected digital radios, introducing new designs, features and focus.

There are three new models - the Pure Evoke Spot, Evoke Play, and Evoke Home - which suit different budgets and scenarios.

The Pure Evoke Spot is the smallest of the bunch, with DAB+ and internet connectivity for radio listening and Spotify Connect to stream music from a phone or tablet. Bluetooth is also on board to send it tracks stored on a handset or from other streaming services.

It has a 2.4-inch, foldable colour display, four preset buttons and a single 3-inch full range speaker. Total power output is 20W. It costs £179.99.

The Pure Evoke Play is a step-up model. It too features DAB+, internet radio connectivity, Bluetooth and Spotify Connect, but ups the ante with the speaker setup.

It is stereo and features two 0.78-inch soft dome tweeters (20mm) and a single 3.5-inch woofer. Total power output is claimed to be 40W. Pricing is set at £249.99.

Finally, the Pure Evoke Home is the largest, most capable of the series.

It has all of the connectivity and features of its siblings, but adds a CD slot and more oomph, offering a stereo configuration for up to 100W of total power output.

The flip-up display is also larger - at 2.8-inches - while an additional 3.5-inch woofer is added to the same array as the Play.

The Spot and Play are available to pre-order now from Pure's own website in coffee black and cotton white colours. The Evoke Home will be available to order from December.

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