Package and Contents
- 1x Headphones
- 1x 6.3mm socket converter
- 1x Storage pouch
- 1x warranty card
- 1x ear cushion
- 1x user manual
The package the KRATOR headphones come in features some rather interesting design work that would probably be more at home in an observatory or something of the like. I say this because in no way did I find the galactic constellations or asteroids particularly headphone(y) or relevant to anything. They might just as well of put a flock of seagulls on there instead; maybe with the seagulls wearing the headphones.
Inside things are pretty basic with the unit itself being housed in the centre of the box and a small compartment located below which houses the other particulars included with the system.
We did find the little black carry case to be a really nice touch, especially on a relatively entry level product like this. And if all else fails, we can never have enough bags to put things in.
Another really nice touch is the warranty card which will help to put some buyers minds at rest and gives the initial impression that some care has gone into the engineering side of the headset.
We also found a small product manual and an adaptor to allow connection to devices with larger 6.3mm sockets.
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