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When Armaggeddon sent me this product to review, I didn’t know what to expect at all. I knew Armaggeddon did a lot of products, but this is the first time I’m reviewing their earphones. With that, I said to myself “okay, let’s take it out for a spin and replacing my main pair of Beyerdynamic XP2”. That’s what I did, and here is everything I found out about the Nuke 7.

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Everything starts with the packaging. While packagings are important to give the positive first impression, I found that the Nuke 7 has an unnecessarily huge packaging – but that was before I got to admire the details of the design.

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They even did the effort of making cutouts and labelling the included stuff through the nicely designed packaging.

It comes with a rather huge packaging, and taking the earphones out was rather easy – in fact, it’s quite fun.

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The huge packaging packs a huge piece of foam inside, where you will find the earphones themselves routed to weird paths around the foam itself, but if you realize that the main packaging box itself has some cutouts to show the earphones themselves, then you’ll appreciate it even more.

I know I did.

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Taking apart everything from the packaging, I’m impressed that they actually included so many extra things for a budget pair of earphones. There’s a hard case pouch, an airplane jack, a mic/audio splitter, and the earphones themselves. What more can you ask for if you’re going to use it for mobile?

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