If you're in the market for a premium headset this winter, then look no further than the brilliant Turtle Beach Stealth Pro, which is currently subject to a solid discount in both the US and UK.
You can pick it up right now for just $284.22 at Amazon (was $329.99) in the US or for just £229 at Amazon UK (was £279.99). These prices are just $4.23 / £6 shy of the headset's record low in both regions back in November 2023 and represent a tidy saving on such a top-notch accessory.
We consider the Turtle Beach Stealth Pro headset one of the best wireless gaming headsets and praised its versatility and compatibility with a wide range of platforms including Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and mobile, in our review last year.
Its classy and understated design lends it a premium look, while the leatherette ear cups and metal accents are both aesthetically pleasing and robust. It not only sounds great but features a noise-canceling microphone that performed fantastically in our testing. It also comes packaged with a handy dock that serves as both the wireless transmitter and charging station.
Another seriously impressive feature is the extra battery pack, which can be swapped out into the headset in a matter of seconds to get your charge back up to full while you play.
Today's best Turtle Beach Stealth Pro deals
Turtle Beach Stealth Pro wireless gaming headset: was
$329.99 now $284.22 at Amazon
Save $45 - This is a good saving on one of the best wireless gaming headsets available today. With a premium design, wide compatibility, and a host of desirable features like a swappable battery pack this could be the ultimate audio upgrade.
Price check: Best Buy - $329.99
UK price: was
£279.99 now £229 at Amazon
Don't worry if you're outside of the US or UK, we've assembled some of the very Turtle Beach Stealth Pro offers in your region below:
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