Pure is ten years old and is celebrating by giving away a patriotic Evoke Mio Union Jack emblazoned radio, complete with commemorative plaque.
The prize will be awarded to the owner of the oldest Pure Evoke-1 digital radio. Pure is asking owners to send in their stories of how they got hold of their radio, complete with photos and the serial number of the device.
Pure will then determine which radio is the oldest before announcing the winner of the prize. Throughout the 10-week search, Pure will also be giving away 10 Union Jack One Mini for the best stories and in situ pictures received.
Launched in 2002, the Pure Evoke-1 went on sale for £100 and was one of the first digital radios available.
The competition is open now with entries being made through Pure’s Facebook page or by emailing email@example.com. The competition closes at 10am on 6 August.
Of course if you’re determined to get your hands on one of Pure’s Evoke Mio Union Jack radios, you can buy one for around £149.99, though not before you’ve read our hands-on review of it.
Pure also recently added six new colours to its Evoke Mio range.
Have you got a Pure Evoke-1 digital radio? Let us know.