Having grown tired of replacing my ~£12 wired headsets every year because the wire had been tugged a little too much and the sound was starting to get dodgy I thought id get a wireless headset and with that I thought id get a slightly more expensive one, pay for quality right? This headset can get really uncomfortable, at times my ears hurt pretty bad from being crushed against my skull, after 3-4 months I was hoping they would have adjusted to the shape of my head, I was wrong. Still can be painful to wear at times. The charge will last around 6 hours but you can plug them in and charge while you wear them, the issue with this is the heat generated in the ear piece from the charge can get a bit much where the discomfort is multiplied. The sound is generally good quality, 1-4 times a day the sounds will suddenly come out with BLEAHH as if all the sounds from the last 5 seconds were mashed together but its bareable. The microphone can sound a but 'tiny' and metallic at times. After no more than 2 months of having the headset the sound in the left ear piece has began to interupt. The ear piece has to be in pretty specific locations for sound to work out of that eat, eating with the headset on while watching something online will cause the sound to cut in and out of the earpiece as the ear pad is moved by the motion of chewing, I find myself adjusting the ear piece multiple times while gaming as the sound keeps cutting out. I've also read other reviews (post purchase) saying the exact same thing so this is not a one off. If you plan to use certain video capture software while gaming with this headset, the only sound recording option with it is through the microphone rather than recording "what you hear" therefore in order to record game sound I need to use an alternative headset.
Good things include the volume and muting controls on the right ear piece and the light that comes on the tip of the mic while it is muted so you never forget but appart from that, waste of money in my opinion. Payed 4-5 times the price for something that lasted 1/10th of the time.