Headphones Case

Discussion in 'Razer Gear' started by kajira, Sep 26, 2015.

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  1. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    Greetings everyone! I know we've all talked quite a bit about how we transport our headphones, headsets, in-ear headsets, etc -- but, what if Razer just made a hard-side case that fit that all their headphones?? Sure, the Hammerheads have their little round carry case, which is quite awesome by the way, but what about the Krakens, Adaros, Tiamats, etc??

    So, that's my suggestion - a nice hard-side style case, maybe something similar to what the Sabertooth comes in, that fits all of the over the head / covers the ears types of headphones so we don't have to get creative about how to transport them to LAN parties and such. And, of course, put a beautiful Razer logo right in the middle. lol :)

    Anyone else think that would be a nice, or think they have a better case idea for headphones that Razer could make use of?
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  2. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member


    The Kraken Forged Edition comes with a hard carrying case.

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  3. Zi1ux

    Zi1ux Member

    Thanks for posting this, just got my Kraken today xD
  4. goss343

    goss343 Member

    I think that a case would be cool, just like Beats.
  5. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Don't mention that sh*t brand here please.
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  6. goss343

    goss343 Member

    Lol, I know but the case would be like it though. Without the sh*t logo.
  7. GhettoCowboy

    GhettoCowboy Active Member

    A case by beats would probably be the same quality as their headphones, the first time you spill water on it it would start to dissolve or something like that. Better take a plastic bag in this case.
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  8. Odesius

    Odesius Active Member

    I use the ammo pouch for my chroma Kraken 7.1. They fit well but anhard case would be better for my Adaros the ear pieces dont bend in like the Kraken so they don't fit in the ammo pouch. A hard case that would fit both styles(separately) would be awesome
  9. maisey

    maisey Member

    That would be amazing I agree with you completely.
  10. xkisu

    xkisu Member

    That would be nice to have. Currently I just stuff them in my backpack, I would prefer a safer way to make sure they don't get damaged.
  11. Purelyluck87

    Purelyluck87 Active Member

    Get a razer backpack and stuff everything inside, why need a headphone case lol.
  12. MrKrazy

    MrKrazy Member

    the Razer Tactical bag comes with a headphone case, as do the kraken forge edition
  13. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    If they sold the case they make for the forges separately I would buy it
  14. sean1194

    sean1194 Member

    The tactical bag does not come with a headphone case, it's a pouch that the headset goes over, kind of like how it goes on your head; but the inside of that pouch has a small compartment for storage.
  15. MrKrazy

    MrKrazy Member

    oh ok thanks, from my knowledge i thought it was a case:)
  16. Menisahmaru

    Menisahmaru Member

    Yea, this works well for me and I usually put my mouse inside the pouch. It does take up a lot of space though so a hard case may still be beneficial.
  17. maisey

    maisey Member

    That would be really cool I agree with you.
  18. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I can't speak for others, but for myself, I already have a Razer backpack. Matter of fact, I have the Tactical Backpack and on Tuesday my Ammo Pack should arrive as well. However, I'm a firm believer in having a good solid case while transporting my nice, expensive, headsets. You can never gurantee the safety of your bag 100% and it could potentially be tripped over, stepped on, dropped, squished, etc. I would not want my headphones just sitting in a pocket inside. I'd want them to have a more solid protective shell around them. This is one of the reason's I haven't purchased a third headset yet. I have the Tiamat 7.1 for my home PC and Hammerhead Pros that I use on my phone and laptop. However, sometimes, I'm not in the mood for in-ear sound while I travel and I think a nice set of headphones would be cool to have around. But, I don't want to risk taking them with me if I'm not comfortable with how they're stored inside the backpack.
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  19. maisey

    maisey Member

    I agree with you completely bags are very important.
  20. Yup hard shell case would be nice when you get £100+ headphones like the ones beats include. I don't travel a lot but when I do I would prefer to have them safe in my backpack.
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