RAZER GAMING HEADSETS ON SALE:
Razer Kraken X Ultralight gaming headset — save $10
Razer Kraken Tournament Edition gaming headset — save $40
Razer Nari Ultimate wireless gaming headset — save $70
Getting into PC gaming can be a huge undertaking, especially in the financial sense. Not only do you have to buy the parts to build your PC, but you also have to pick up numerous accessories that make playing with your shiny new PC possible. You know, mice, keyboards, etcetera. It really leaves a dent in your bank account when it’s all said and done.
Another thing you’ll want to be sure to get, though, is a gaming headset. Thankfully, we’ve found a few on sale from Razer, a brand the plenty of PC gamers swear by. Below, you can check out our favorite Razer gaming headset deals over at Amazon ahead of the highly anticipated Prime Day event.
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Razer Kraken X Ultralight gaming headset — $39.99
If you’re looking for a budget option, the Kraken X Ultralight is your best bet. While you won’t get the best of Razer’s audio quality and construction, you’ll still get decent immersive surround sound, a comfortable all-day-wear design, a noise-canceling microphone, and in-headset controls.
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Razer Kraken Tournament Edition gaming headset — $59.99
A worthwhile upgrade from the Kraken X Ultralight, the Kraken Tournament Edition features even better audio, including a THX spatial audio enhancer that you can easily connect via USB. It’s more durable, too.
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Razer Nari Ultimate wireless gaming headset — $129.99
And if you really want the works, the Nari Ultimate is one of the best Razer headsets you can buy. It’s totally wireless, features haptic feedback (along with the best of the best in Razer’s surround sound audio), a retractable mic, and Razer’s most comfortable and durable design yet.
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