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Win one of 3 HyperX Cloud Stinger headsets!

Great audio quality, comfortable to use and light as you like – the HyperX Cloud Stinger headset has been designed for the gamer on the go, with rotating ear cups that allows the headset to fold almost flat when travelling. We have THREE of these cool headsets to give away and it only takes a minute to enter. 

If you're only gaming for half an hour, then the weight of your headset won't be such a crucial issue. Big sessions need comfy cushions and as few grams as possible – and that's where the HyperX Cloud Stinger comes in at just 275 grams.

In order to enter, all you need to do is send an email over to ‘[email protected]’, with the subject line ‘I want lightweight headphones!’

If you have an email client installed on your OS and you're feeling a little lazy, just click this link and it will auto complete.

In the body of the email, please include your name, contact number and email – as well as a link to your Facebook page so we can verify you’re a real person and not a competition-bot. For a chance to win a HyperX Cloud Stinger gaming headset, please answer this question:-

‘Cans' is a common abbreviation for headsets among pilots and musician, so we want to know “Which of these cans weighs less”?

  1. Standard can of Campbell's soup
  2. Can of Coca Cola
  3. HyperX Cloud Stinger

This competition is open globally, although if you are outside the European Union we are not responsible any for customs fees you may incur. Please check with your country officials to get details on possible tariffs if you are unsure. We clearly mark the package as ‘competition prize’.

All entries must reach us by 11:00 AM (UK time) on Sunday 20th August 2017. Winners will be announced the following week. All decisions made by KitGuru staff are final. There can only be one entry per reader.

KitGuru Says: Good luck to all!

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