The headset is quite a simple design with the use of black and silver colours. The top is simply molded plastic with a bendy metal strip around the edge which allows the headset to be set at different sizes to fit the individual.
The ear pieces are similarly quite simple but look good I must say. They feature a silver outer ring with a shiny black inner. In the centre of this is a small gold Speedlink logo and in terms of size they are not very big as they are intended to sit on top of your ear rather than enclose them.
The inside of the earpiece consists of a black cushioned ring with a foam centre covering the speakers.
The top of the headband despite just looking like a hard plastic frame is actually pretty comfortable as the plastic is very bendy and soft. Therefore, despite not having any padding, it’s not bad.
Atop this plastic band is a metal strip which is used for adjusting the size. This is an effective way of doing this but I must say it doesn’t look very good; I would have thought enclosing it would make it much more professional.
The adjuster simply moves up and down to change the size.
The mic is attached to the end of bendy metal extension which is ideal for adjusting the mic as it fixes it in any given position without it then moving of its own accord.
A little way down the cable, which has a fabric feel to it, a small volume control is attached. It’s very simple with a Speedlink logo and scroll dial to adjust the volume.
Finally, the two 3.5mm jacks are for the microphone and headphone jacks. They can plug into either a sound card or other audio device.