I would like to thank Icemat for supplying the review sample.
Icemat currently offers products in three areas: mouse pads, audio products and Icemat themed clothes. The company website also hints at a fourth area which will be introduced soon.
To give you an idea about the firm, this following paragraph is taken from the "About" section of their website:
The original Icemat was launched in 2000, targeted at one of the most demanding consumer groups in the world: gamers. Since then Icemat has expanded the portfolio and today offers a wide range of products. Everything is created by people who demand as much from the visual design as they do from the performance of the final product.
Our staff is distributed throughout the world, working from offices in Europe, North America and Asia. The Icemat headquarters are located in Europe (Copenhagen, Denmark), and host the primary office facilities for the company. The headquarters handle all planning, production and partner coordination. For logistical reasons we also have sales offices in Asia (Taipei, Taiwan) and USA (Los Angeles, California). From Taipei we can reach the entire Asian market, as well as New Zealand and Australia. From Los Angeles we can reach North America, Canada and South America.
Packaging & Contents
The headset ships in a clear package with a cardboard back. The top part of the front features the Icemat logo and the name of the headset. In this case it is the Siberia In:Ear Headset. The center is taken up by a clear part where the entire device can be seen. The bottom lists three features: "Blocks background noise", "Seperate microphone" and "Looks damn cool".
The back lists the headset features with a few diagrams. You will also find a brief set of features listed in different languages toward the bottom.
Icemat includes a lot of things with the Siberia In:Ear Headset. A little pamphlet let's you know what else Icemat offers, a pouch to store your headset in, a second set of silicone ear pieces with an additional set in a plastic bag and an extension cable for the headset. The pouch will be a bit small to fit everything including the extension cables.