Win a Tivoli Audio Clock Radio worth £269



Do you love to drift off to sleep to the gentle murmer of music? Or perhaps a boogie round the kitchen to the latest tracks is more your style. Night owl or party animal, you'll be itching to get your hands on this Tivoli Audio Model 10+ high fidelity DAB/DAB+/FM digital clock radio, which will fill your home with sound.

Now for the technical bit: it has a state-of-the-art digital tuner with an adjustable Equalization System, which means you can adjust the levels to your preference, so whether you like it all boom and bass or prefer crystal clear and crisp, a simple twiddle of the controls will deliver audio bliss.

The Model 10+ has two alarms, so you can start your day with a gentle tone or blast yourself awake with high-voltage music and news. It features a sleep timer and snooze control, and will keep time even during a power cut. More than just a radio, it has inputs for a CD player, iPhone and MP3 player and an optional matching stereo speaker. It's so simple to use, a child could handle the top-mounted rotary control - or wreak havoc with the remote, navigating through the options on the backlit digital display, which can be dimmed for those moody moments. The Model 10+ is available in seven stunning finishes, all in furniture-grade wood, including Carmine Red - the one we want to give you - Ocean Blue and Walnut.

To enter, give us your details here.

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Terms & Conditions: No Purchase necessary. You must be aged 18 or over to enter. One entry per reader. First prize is a Tivoli Audio Model 10+ digital click radio and there is no cash alternative. The winner will be chosen at random on Monday 14 May 2012 by ACHICA Living's editor, Emily Peck. Standard ACHICA terms & conditions apply - see achica.com/achicaliving/competitins for details - and entry implies acceptance of the rules.

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Emily Peck, Editor

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