Summary: This headset is quite possibly the least comfortable thing I have yet experienced. The clamping force is extreme, and the supra-aural design means that the earcups are directly pinching the ears while it's worn.
Summary: These headphones have an 'on-ear' design, so they press against your ears. This is uncomfortable if worn for an extended period, and they are very painful if you wear glasses. The sound and build quality are OK; they do not justify the price.
Summary: They crush my head and give me headaches, the microphone on them doesn't work properly, and in less than 10 mintues of use the audio quality became comparable to 1968 technology. Pathetic waste of your money.
Summary: They are made for people with small heads. I can see no way an average head-sized person wearing it without discomfort for more than 1.5 hours. I wish both of heafphone's ear caps were adjustable. The sound quality is OK.
2 pairs broken in less than a year. Squeezes head to death. But sound & noise cancelling is good.
azu "azu", Amazon
12 January 2015
Summary: I've had two of these. The first pair broke after 6 months, I presumed it was my own fault and bought another pair as I did like them. The second pair broke after 3 months with exactly the same fault. First the mic breaks then the sound goes. Plus, they squeeze your head to death.
Sound quality and mic is amazing. The only downfall with the headset is the ...
Ivan Shipulin, Amazon
10 January 2015
Summary: As a gamer to whom a budget is an important factor when choosing the peripherals this headset is a steal. Sound quality and mic is amazing. The only downfall with the headset is the fact that it is not comfortable and you will need to take it off every hour or so, it is tight.