Where is the best place to buy the Razer Kraken headset?

Best answer: The best places to get the 2019 edition of the Razer Kraken headphones right now are Amazon and Razer.

Available with fast shipping now

The Razer Kraken for 2019 has been announced alongside updates for the BlackWidow keyboard and Basilisk mouse lines, and it is now available. Both Amazon and Razer have the headset available with fast, free shipping options and match each other on price.

However, it is important to ensure that you get the right model, as the Kraken headphone family is a bit messy to navigate. In the Razer store it is marked as "new", while on Amazon it is referred to as the 2019 edition.

Both of the above links will take you to the correct version in the relevant stores.

Replaces the Kraken Pro v2

The new Kraken is a mild update in terms of hardware and design, but replaces the existing Kraken Pro v2 in the line-up.

It is designed with e-sports in mind, and thanks to the 3.5 mm connection, it sounds just as good on the console as it does on the PC. And it works with any console, whether with the Xbox One, PS4 or Nintendo Switch, simply connect to the headset jack and you're done.

You get stereo sound from the 50 mm drivers, a quality braided cable, Razer & # 39; s new cooling gel cups around your ears and a retractable microphone. Kraken fans have always enjoyed using their headsets as regular headphones when they are not playing games, and we are happy to report that the latest version is no exception.

Green is the best

Green is both the traditional color of Razer and the shadow where you have probably seen the Kraken before.

And frankly, if you get a Kraken, you should get it in the green. It is by far the best color for it! But it also comes in black, pink and black with blue highlights to match the PS4 nicely.

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