The Razer pink helmet is a good headset.

The Razer purple headset is also solid, but not as good as the Razer pink one.

If you want a headset that feels good in your hand, the Razer purple one is probably the better option.

The best part of the Razer headset is the headset cable.

The cable is so thin that it’s almost as if it were just a piece of cloth.

It’s so thin, in fact, that you don’t even notice it when you’re wearing it.

I love that the Razer cable is designed to fit snugly in your hands.

The cord can easily be pulled out, and it feels nice to hold.

But if you’re in a hurry and you don’ have the space to get it all out, you can just stick the Razer green cord in the top of the headset and put it in the bottom of the frame, so you can swap the cable out later.

The one thing I’d like to see more of is the wireless charging.

The headset works on Bluetooth 3.0, which means you can pair it to your smartphone, tablet, or PC.

That’s nice, but the wireless connection isn’t very reliable.

I haven’t had any problems pairing the Razer turntable with my phone or tablet, but I haven’ had problems with the Bluetooth 3, so I’d recommend using a third-party headset charger if you have an older device.

The rubber pads on the Razer cables are nice and soft.

But they’re not super-soft.

It can be uncomfortable to have your feet on the headset, especially when you walk around or sit.

The headband is a nice design, but it’s not quite as comfortable as some of the other headsets I’ve tested.

If your ears are sensitive, the rubber padding may help, but for me, it didn’t do much to help my ears.

The only other complaints I have about the Razer headsets are that the wireless cable can get tangled up a little.

It could have been a little easier to remove the cable from my Razer turndown and put my feet on it.

The velcro straps are nice, too.

But I’m not a fan of the velcro that attaches to the side of the earpiece, so if you need a little extra support to wear the Razer velcro, you’ll have to buy a separate pair.

It feels like a little bit of a bonus if you can wear it without getting tangled in the cord.

But it’s worth the extra money, as it doesn’t hurt the earbuds in any way.