The Package and Contents
Right then, let's take a close look at the contents of the package and see what's included.
The box that the Hammer headset comes in is not badly designed. It's easy to read the name of the product and includes a picture of what it's being designed for. It's also quite sturdy, so I would not imagine any damage being done in transit.
To echo a famous comedian:
'What's the deal?'; with this new trend of having some totally unknown person on the side of the packaging claiming that he 'shot' x amount of people after using the product.
This means nothing as the person is obviously getting paid to say what they're saying. And even if they're not, what does it prove? - That same totally random guy thinks the Hammer makes him play better. Well, that's a reason to buy something right there. This is not just something ZOWIE are doing; it has being around longer than they have.
Okay, let's get back to the package now. Included with the test sample I received were the headphones themselves. There's also a pair of extra ear cushions and an extension cable. What's interesting is that there is no documentation provided in the box.
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