Attitude One Almaz Headset Review

A Closer Look

Much like the Vintorez, the box for the Almaz is exceptionally bright, mirroring the colour scheme used by the headset itself, which in the case of the set I received was a bright shade of orange and white.

Attitude One Almaz

The front of the box, shows of the colour scheme of headset that is included in the box and is fairly minimal.

On the back are the features of the Almaz in a multitude of languages and again the styling is fairly minimal.

Box and TopLid

The Almaz’s box features a flip up window, and on the underneath some more of the features are laid out against images of the Almaz itself.

Below the flap, is a presentation window which allows you to catch your first glimpse of the Almaz itself.



One thing is for certain is that Attitude One haven’t skimped on the amount of cables included with the Almaz. Including six cables for different applications which means you can be certain that the Almaz will have your particular device covered. You also get a velvet pouch to store the Almaz for travel,


Attitude One Almaz

Once out of the box, it’s apparent that depending on your choice of colour you may end up with a very bright headset. The Almaz is available in six different colours including Orange, Green, White, Blue, Black, and Pink.

Attitude One Almaz

The left earcup is where the multitude of cables attach, thankfully it uses a standard 3.5mm jack plug so replacements if you lose a cable should be easy to find.

Attitude One Almaz

Speaking of the ear cups, they are padded with a leatherette material that is remarkably soft, and despite them sitting on the ears, they provide a good seal against background noise.

Attitude One Almaz

Each of the cables included for Android or iDevices has a microphone and controls built into them, the PC microphone attachment also has a built in volume wheel on the back and a button which can turn the microphone on or off.


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