Majority Pluto Docking Station Review

The Majority Pluto is a docking station/radio alarm clock that can be used to charge Apple products including newer iPhones and iPods that use a Lightning connector. It’s a small, cube-shaped docking station with an FM radio and an 8 watt speaker. Let’s look at this docking station radio in more detail…

Features

  • 8 watt speaker
  • FM radio
  • Certified Lightning dock
  • Dual alarm with a snooze function
  • Dimmable LCD screen
  • Aux-in port

Technical specifications

Weight: 699 g
Dimensions: 18 cm high x 13.2 cm wide x 13 cm deep
Compatibility: The Majority Pluto is compatible with Apple products that use a Lightning connector. This includes the iPhone 5, iPhone 6, iPhone 7, and the iPod Touch 5th and 6th Gen.

Pros

  • Quick and easy to set up
  • Decent sound quality for the size and price
  • Inexpensive and good value for money
  • Good combination of features: phone charging, FM radio and alarm clock
  • Small and compact
  • Dual alarms so you can set one alarm for you and another for your partner

Cons

  • You might need to remove your iPhone’s protective case to use it as a docking station
  • The screen is quite bright even when on the lowest brightness setting
  • Lowest volume setting is relatively loud, which could be a problem if you want to listen quietly while in bed
  • Feels cheaply made

Verdict

The Majority Pluto is a cheap docking station that generally offers good value for money. The sound quality is decent given the low price, and the docking station has a good range of features with an FM radio and a dual alarm clock.

This docking station radio is a good choice if your priority is to save money, but if you don’t mind spending another £20 or so, you could buy something higher quality.

Similar docking stations

If you’d like something more substantial, you should consider the AZATOM Home Hub, which is a bigger docking station with Bluetooth and a 30 watt speaker with stereo sound. For some more low-priced docking stations to consider, check out our roundup of the best iPhone radio docking stations for less than £50.

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