Water cooling hardware manufacturer Danger Den announced yesterday that is is to cease trading. A notice on the company's website states that the owners will be pursuing other interests.
The statement reads:
'After 12 years our hobby has come to an end.
It’s time to pursue other interests and Danger Den will be closing its doors.
Thank you for all your support over the years,
we’ve enjoyed being part of your modding community.
~ Dan, Jeremy, Dennis, and Rokk'
Another statement mentions that from Halloween till 5th November, there will be a 75 per cent reduction in all sales.
Danger Den has been trading for twelve years, being registered in 2000 by Jeremy Burnett, Dennis Leach, and Dan Stephens. The company was one of the pioneers of off-the-shelf water-cooling components with waterblocks such as the Maze and RBX proving very popular.
The company also branched out into graphics card waterblocks, cases and reservoirs amongst other things and its products were available around the world.
Here's a small tribute to some of the great products Danger Den has sent our way over the years.
Danger Den to cease trading | bit-tech.net