voke Mio by Pure and Sanderson: take a digital radio, dress it in textiles and prints straight from the London runways and you’ll have a piece, which will undoubtedly win over style addicts from around the world. Evoke Mio has a sophisticated vintage aesthetic, in true British style.
- What is it? Evoke Mio is a digital radio with fabric cover by Sanderson, available in either a traditional floral print or a more stylised graphic pattern.
- What is special about it? In addition to being commended for top level technology, which has been carefully hidden under a retro inspired aesthetic, Evoke Mio wears must-have prints by Sanderson. Sanderson is possibly one of the most important British textile and wallpaper manufacturers around. Fabric cover is available in a choice of two styles: Chelsea and Dandelion Clock. Chelsea has a nostalgic feel, illustrated with bunches of roses. And Dandelion Clock is a more graphic print, inspired by pop-art; this is a clear homage to the “swinging London” of the sixties. And with what result: a clear note of style.
- How is it made? Evoke Mio has a top-of-the-line OLED display and it’s also fitted with: alarm clock with snooze technology, kitchen timer, Bluetooth system and secondary port for iPod/ MP3 player. What’s more, Evoke Mio comes with an optional rechargeable battery, which lets you listen to wireless radio with a self-sufficiency of 20 hours.
- Who is it by? Pure is a leading name in the field of digital and wireless speakers and Sanderson is one of the main British textiles and wallpaper manufactures. These brands have joined forces to bring back two iconic Sanderson prints, which address, in one single touch, technology and design. Chelsea was first brought in production in 1957 and since then, has become the emblem of this brand.
- We have chosen it because… Evoke Mio has just the right amount of technology; its sound quality is perfect and it also has a delightfully vintage aesthetic, which incidentally is really en vogue this season. Evoke Mio is bound to warm up your hart....Even when you listen to a song which is not in “your vocal range”.