The Siberia Neckband features the same clean, slightly fancy look as its SteelSeries predecessors. The colour scheme fits with its iOS use, with the cable and cups being white, and the neckband, grille and cushioning in black. There are also a few dark grey markings, including the SteelSeries logo and left and right denotations.
The neckband itself is highly extensible, with the plastic assembly being covered by cloth. This cloth also features an embroidered SteelSeries logo. There isn’t much padding here, but as the headset will be worn around the neck instead of over the head, there’s not much need for it either.
The large cups look quite comfortable, with a good deal of cloth padding in evidence.
The extendible microphone is well hidden in the left earcup.
At full deployment however, it is easily long enough to be positioned properly. It is also flexible to a degree, with the main cable body being made up of a ridged metal covered in clear plastic.
Finally, the Neckband features an inline remote control, which allows you to answer a call and control the volume on recent iOS devices (iPhone 3GS and above, iPod Touch 2nd generation, iPad, etc.)
Overall, it looks to be a well-designed package, utilising a limited palette to produce a commendable look.