RAZER Piranha Gaming Communicator

Packaging and Contents

If there is one standout feature of RAZER' packaging of their products, it's that they are visually stunning and thoughtfully packaged. RAZER certainly know how to market and package their products! The RAZER Piranha Gaming Communicator continues the trend...
Package front Package rear
Featuring the now familiar black and fluorescent green theme of RAZER' packaging, the Piranha would certainly stand out on any retailers shelve's. On the front of the packaging there is an image of the Piranha headset itself and a short list of it's features. Although the image (above left) doesn't show it properly, the Piranha name is actually embossed on the front in a cool looking holographic type text. I'm impressed.
Package side_1 Packaging side_2
The sides of the Razer Piranha' packaging further illustrates the features of the unit as well as including a few words from the RAZERGUY.
Package standing up
Enough about the packaging, let's tear open the box and get our hands on the goodies contained within...
Like their external packaging, RAZER are very thoughtful about protecting the hardware inside the box. The RAZER Piranha Gaming Communicator is safely hosed within a contoured (felt lined) plastic insert that snugly holds the headset and ensures that nothing is allowed to float about and get damaged. Even the Audio In, Microphone and USB plug are all neatly held in place.
RAZER Piranha insert
Removing the insert out of the box a smaller plastic bag pops out from beneath it. Contained within the plastic bag are:
* Razer's Certificate of Authenticity
* A catalog showing all of the other products Razer offers
* Two stickers 
* A digram outlining the specifications of the headset itself
Package contents Contents
Let's head over the page to have a look at the RAZER Piranha Gaming Communicator in a little more detail.
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Most Recent Comments

27-08-2008, 09:38:08

Nice review mate.

Was recently looking at which headset to buy. Was thinking of something from Razer but decided on some Sennheiser PC-161s. Haven't had a proper chance to play with them yet.Quote

27-08-2008, 10:40:42

Thanks for the feedback mate. The RAZER Piranha is certainly better than the budget options out there, but they just didn't dazzle me.Quote

27-08-2008, 13:14:25

Originally Posted by name='PV5150'
Thanks for the feedback mate. The RAZER Piranha is certainly better than the budget options out there, but they just didn't dazzle me.
Got that vibe...

Ya need to search through plenty of ok sets to find a gem. Plus like ya said everyone has different likes with their sound.Quote

28-08-2008, 15:02:20

I like the way you recomend paying more from scan... Nice one Quote

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