Sentey Vibros Gaming Headset has a soft rubberized texture on the cans. The headset adjustment is about two inches. The fit and finish of the Sentey Vibros Gaming Headset is well well done.
The outside of the cans of the Sentey Vibros Gaming Headset feature the Sentey company name as well as a dragon logo. Take notice of the rather large hinge where the can attaches to the head strap. This headset is not dainty by any means and I doubt from normal use the hinge would break
The ear pads are made of soft and and very pliable. The ear cups are designed to go over the ear. Sentey has designed the Vibros for comfort. The ear pads do not form a perfect seal, at least for me they didn’t which allowed air flow around my ears during use. This helped to prevent fatigue as well as sweating during long gaming sessions. The 40mm drivers are housed behind the fabric mesh in the center of the ear cup.
The headband for the Sentey Vibros Gaming Headset is made from a similar material as the ear pads. There is a generous amount of material stuffed in the headband to maximize comfort. At just over 3 lbs the headset seems a little heavy, but after a few hours of gaming and listening to music it is not uncomfortable.
The controls for the Sentey Vibros Gaming Headset are about 3 feet away from the headset. Volume up, Volume down, speaker mute and microphone mute are located on the control box.
The cable for the Vibros is just shy of ten feet and give plenty of room to reach the PC. Sentey used a Velcro wrap to keep the cable tidy.
The microphone for the Sentey Vibros Gaming Headset is a noise cancelling omni directional microphone. When stored, the mic can be retracted into the ear cup and during use can be pulled out. The boom on the microphone is extremely flexible and can be positioned to fit the user’s preference.