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STEALTH XP Lifestyle Gaming Headsets Announced

STEALTH, the gaming headset manufacturer has announced a new line of gaming headsets, known as the STEALTH XP Lifestyle range. This new range takes the gaming headset and allows it to be used for other purposes away from the console or PC. The range is compatible with Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, mobile and tablet

STEALTH XP Lifestyle

The XP-Vibe Flo and XP-Gold each feature an adjustable headband, removable microphone, flexible ear cushions and 40mm drivers for clear audio. An L-shaped 3.5mm audio jack connection has been used to ensure your headset has plenty of life, as straight connections often break much quicker.

Each of the headsets features a full flexible microphone that is also detachable thanks to a twist and lock/unlock system. Removing the microphone will allow you to use the headset as an ordinary pair of headphones for when you just want to listen to music.

The XP headsets are available in a wide range of colors including abstract editions. There’s no denying that each one looks rather insane, in particular, the Vibe-Flo edition.

STEALTH XP Lifestyle

“We’re pleased to present our range of XP lifestyle headsets; with so much choice and variation, we hope there is a STEALTH headset to suit all personalities. Today’s headsets need to offer the ability to effortlessly switch between gaming, chat, music and streaming, and that’s what we’ve strived to achieve with our XP lifestyle range.”

– Paul Carrington, Sales Director at STEALTH

The STEALTH XP Lifestyle range is now available to purchase from Argos and leading Game retailers. For more information, check out the STEALTH website.

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