- Noise-reduction ear cups block out distractions
- Lightweight design for long play sessions
- Multi-pivot design & swivel ear cups
- Convenient in-line volume
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Good Quality Sound But Horrible Durability 02/12/2012
This review is from: Turtle Beach Ear Force Z1 PC Gaming Headset
Sound Quality Was Very Good.
It was Very Comfortable, and Could Wear For Hours Without Problems.
Very Long Cord, Lets Me Talk To People While I'm Across the Room Laying On My Bed.
It Broke WAY Too Quick. Lasted About
I was VERY Careful With This, but the Plastic Above the Right Earpiece Cracked, then Broke 2 Days Ago.
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I Bought This at WalMart for $40 and I'm Regretting It Now.
To All People Who Believing It Doesn't Breaks, Trust Me, It Does.
Just Google "Ear Force Z1" and Look at the Reviews Everywhere.
People With a Bigger Head, Like Me, Puts More Strain on the Headset and that's probably why it Cracked, then Snapped.
It's What I Call a "Major Design Flaw".
Had They Maybe Used Stronger Plastic, or even Metal, It would have probably have been Much More Durable.
The Quality MAYBE VERY Good, But with Horrible Durability, I'd Rather Use My Older, $15 Logitech Headset.
Quality May Not be AS Good, But It's Much More Durable then This Is.
I'm Resorting to Using Super Glue/Electric Tape To try to "Repair It".
I Don't Think There is Anyway To Get a Refund or Replacement.
I'll Talk With WalMart and See what I can Do, but I don't Expect Much.
I'll Probably have to Cut My Losses and Move On.
Only Giving 2 Eggs/Stars Because of the Sound Quality.
Bad Durability Costed Itself 3 Eggs/
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