As written in the introduction, the Shock has a collapsible design, which makes it easy to transport. On the picture below is a demonstration of how it could look.
And here is another picture of the collapsed headset, just from another view.
On the cable, a little controller is placed. This controller makes it possible to turn the volume up and down, and mute the microphone. There is also a little clip, which makes it possible to clip the cord to your shirt, if you like that. The placement of the controller is really good.
There is a strip of velcro on the cable, which makes it easy to hold together the 3 meter long cable. This is a really nice feature, because you can roll the cable up in a ball, if you do not use all of its length. This is also nice when you are transporting the headset.
Before we go to the test part of this review, we would like to show a picture of the mini-jack connection Shock is equipped with. Both are gold-plated, which secures maximal connection quality.