Model: Flux Luxury Edition
Price: £53.99 (At time of review)
If you’re a gamer in the market for a new headset, chances are you’ll logically go for a headset with a microphone attached to the left or right ear piece. However if you are looking to listen to music, where there is no need for a microphone headphones will suffice. What if you wanted to both listen to music and play games on the go without being seen in public with an ugly microphone hanging off the end of your ear piece? Understandably anyone walking around with gaming headset in public would think to themselves “I look stupid.” Well worry not, the SteelSeries Flux headset covers all the bases. The Flux headset is designed for gaming, listening to music and also answering those all important phone calls whilst still looking sleek and professional.
The main selling point of the SteelSeries Flux is the headset’s inherent versatility. In fact, when you purchase them from SteelSeries directly, you can customise your headset in a variety of colours to suit your mood or for you fashion conscious ladies, to suit what colour is the order of the day. Do we think that SteelSeries have got it right? Have they made a headset that is not only colourful, customisable and comfortable but also better than the average headsets sold on the market today?
Let’s take a look and see if SteelSeries have hit the mark or missed the mark with the Flux. So let’s get testing…
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