Razer Battle Pack | DeathAdder V2 | BlackShark V2X | Giant V2 |
$149.99 $67.99 at Best Buy (save $82) (opens in new tab)
This is a big saving over a decent bundle of peripherals from Razer. The DeathAdder V2 in particular has long been at the top of our best gaming mouse guides, and the headset is a solid budget offering, too. Throw in that mouse pad, too, and you’ve got a great bundle that’s just enjoying a healthy $80 savings.
If you’re looking for a great Black Friday gaming mouse deal, and If you’re also looking for a solid gaming headset, you’ll find both in a single box. The Razer “Battle Bundle” includes both our favorite gaming mouse and a solid choice for a budget headset, sold together. As a bonus, this Black Friday deal even comes with a mouse pad, and the bundle is only $67.99 (opens in new tab). That’s a pretty cute box!
In this Battle Bundle, we’re most excited about the Black Friday Mouse Deal (opens in new tab): The Razer DeathAdder V2 is our top pick for the best gaming and wired mouse on the market today, with the best-in-class 20,000 CPI sensor, optical click sensors that improve its durability and responsiveness, and an extremely comfortable fit Feeling. The side buttons aren’t the best on the DeathAdder V2, but everything else about it is top notch. (Here is our full DeathAdder V2 review.)
The gaming headset in the bundle is the Razer Blackshark V2 X, which isn’t as good as our pick, the Blackshark V2, but is still a solid choice for a budget headset. It’s lightweight, has a comfortable fit with nicely padded faux leather earpieces, and is pretty good when it comes to noise-cancellation. It’s basically the V2 without the detachable mic.
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With those two bundled, plus a Gigantus V2 mousepad with a micro-woven cloth surface and a non-slip base, it’s a bunch of nice gaming peripherals that come together in a single package.
If you know someone who is just starting out in PC gaming, or have a friend or relative who is building or buying a new PC, I think this would make a great gift. As a bonus, even though you bought them three things generously, you only have to pack one box.
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