It's a Makita Site Radio. No need for more fancy words. It works great with the Bluetooth enabled devices, it's sturdy, the sound is great.
I’ve had makita radios for a number of years but this 1 Is the best so far... lots of bass and you can change the sound quality, rock, pop, classic, etc,
Put off buying one for years but a recent job outside in February with my little fm/am radio struggling to pick up any station worth listening to, even for short periods, made me take the plunge. DAB....what can you say? Better choice of stations and music. Not necessarily bombarded with lecturing news and advertising. And no interference! Crystal clear sound. Not as small and certainly not as light as my little Sony or Roberts radio, much more expensive, but station choice and clarity wins . I only use it on jobs where I am one place for the day really. Have used a 4.0ah Makita battery for two days at work on medium volume level. Don't bother with copy batteries. I have a cheap 6.0ah battery which routinely lasts about 3 hours at the most.
Bought gor the OH for work. Charges his battery while mains connected, and his phone. Amazing sound quality. Excellent reception on DAB and FM. Easy to use. Well worth the money.
Brilliant radio. Looks so good too. Easy to use. Strong and sturdy. The sound and bass on it is something else. Very impressed.