To be able to play through longer gaming sessions, the comfort of a gaming headset is very important. Here, the Logitech G733 would like to convince with its strongly advertised elastic headband. Other manufacturers have already replaced classic headbands with such a band. The Renga from Roccat and the Arctis series from SteelSeries also have corresponding headbands. These straps are designed to provide a custom fit for the headset. This also works surprisingly well for the two competitors. With the G733, however, it was not so easy to ensure a perfect fit.
I had problems with the G733 because Logitech does not offer an adjustable velcro on the G733, unlike the competition. Instead, the manufacturer uses two different pens on each side. This is where the headband can be adjusted. A custom fit is therefore not possible. After all, the size cannot be adjusted continuously. In my opinion, Logitech should have chosen a different, simpler way here. For me personally, one size was too tight and the other too loose. Nevertheless, the headset sat somewhat firmly on my head. Only the comfort left something to be desired. Depending on the length of the headband you choose, you also have to adjust the height of the ear pads. These can be moved up and down. This again worked perfectly.
The ear pads themselves are quite comfortable. This is mainly due to the very pleasant memory foam from which the ear pads are made. For me as a wearer of glasses it is a problem with some headsets to be able to wear it for a long time. Sooner or later the glasses will pinch uncomfortably. With the G733 I never had this feeling at any time. I could wear it for hours without any unpleasant pain. However, the headphones did not completely cover my ears. For me, as someone who likes passive noise reduction, this was a little disappointing.