I had a Carcharias as well and I think they were decent. I bought them several years ago, I think around $90, and they're still holding up. They're very comfortable too. I gave them to my friend about a year ago when he started getting into PC gaming.
I'm not a huge fan of the Kraken. They sound decent, but there isn't much padding at all on the headband, and the earpads aren't large enough (my ears rub the insides of the pads). A lot of people use them though. My ex loved hers. For the V2 model, they actually replaced a lot of the plastic with aluminum, so they should be very durable.
I currently have the Man O' War 7.1 wireless and I was pleasantly surprised by them. They actually sound pretty good, especially being wireless, and the mic is decent. You can use the EQ in Razer Synapse if you don't like how they sound out of the box. The only reason I don't use them is because I'm not a fan of leather earpads and Razer does not offer cloth or velour replacements. They do have oval-shaped replacement pads though, so if you're like me and you also don't typically like round pads, that's an option.
Of course, none of the gaming brand headsets are audiophile, top notch quality. But they're also much more convenient than having a separate mic and headphones.