Headsets from Razer are popular in the gaming scene, as they usually combine an eye-catching design with appropriate technology and an outstanding sound. Also with the “Kraken Tournament Edition” the manufacturer wants to score again by the total package. We wanted to find out through a practical test to what extent the 100 Euro headset can really convince.
Design and Workmanship
The headset is inconspicuously designed in the best sense of the word, because it is completely black. But also a striking neon green version is available, which surely is a real eye-catcher. Both the auricles and the headband follow the colouring. In any case, the slightly oversized ear cups, which fit well into the overall picture, are conspicuous.
The headband of the gaming headset is both flexible and robust due to its aluminium construction. The auricles are fixed to the headband and unfortunately cannot be turned.
Overall, the design of the Kraken Tournament Edition is absolutely harmonious. Headset looks good. As far as the design is concerned, we can only say positive things.
The same applies to workmanship. Razer uses high-quality materials throughout and processes them well. The headset feels good and looks stable in the test. It will be able to withstand the usual external influences that occur during normal use without any problems.