What I like:
The design is cute and wirklch the form podgy. The color combination black and orange, I find quite trendy.
The display is also from a distance and to recognize even good for the visually impaired.
The brightness of the display can turn down into three stages. Whom therefore interferes with the bright display, finds its appropriate setting here.
The alarm begins gently at first and then increases. Great if you do not want to be woken by the same noise.
You can set 2 different alarm times: thus, for example, for the weekdays and the second for the weekend. Once set, no longer has to change you.
Up to 10 different transmitters can be stored.
The sound is okay for such a device.
What I found rather mediocre:
The radio reception is not so great. Some stations that I receive via another radio, I could not even adjust nearly here. Only noise on the time slots.
The operation generally, I find some of them very cumbersome. My previous clock radio (from Philipps for half the price) can be adjusted with just a few button presses.
What I do not like:
The display seems to be very sensitive. Although the radio was really well packed in bubble wrap, the unit had a huge scratch across the front.
What I find superfluous:
Clearly, the temperature display! It begins with the cute, perhaps 20 cm long temperature probe. Where to the hintun? If it stands beside me on the bed and I exhale time, the temperature rises but equal to two degrees. And I must now no longer be afraid, in winter freezing to death in bed? Thank God! Toll would, of course, when the radio then also still regulates the heating so that is it warm when it wakes me up.
Well, who needs it, okay.
Overall, a nice clock radio with the necessary functions. One can also get something cheaper, however.