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If the regular Quest 2 facial interface just doesn't seem to feel right this could help solve the problem - but at a cost that's a little on the high side. There is not a great deal of difference between them - very minor - which may or may not be significant depending on your face shape. The light blockers are ok - do a decent job. For the be-spectacled among us, they also have an added bonus of ensuring your eye glasses do not touch the lenses. Another quality of life upgrade but hardly essential.
Somewhat expensive but adds extra battery and is much more comfortable than the soft strap. Adjusting is also easier and adjusting is the key to the visuals. Having the hard case is an advantage too. I'm not a gamer so am hoping for more experimental content such as from the Sundance film festival to be available on the streaming services.
Honestly? They are ok but a wastage of money, you probably only need one and if you buy a cheaper alternative, vr cover or amvr, you don’t need the light suppressor included, they are more comfortable and on top of that, washable
I don't have any allergies. I never did. I got the VR and this pack on the same day, 13th. I put the bigger interface straight on and used it for a couple of hours. Next day, I did the same. Today I wake up with my face swollen and red exactly the shape of the VR. Clearly, the material or something is causing this.
Now, I don't know if it's the material of the interface itself, the chemicals that they could've used when making this and some residue was left, or something else altogether. As someone who's never experienced an allergic reaction, this is quite scary and new, so I wanted to let people know that they should use with caution and maybe clean the interface with something not harmful before and after use.
I was so excited buying the Oculus Quest 2, I thought I would needed this as well? In the box, you do get the 2 sizes of Oculus head sets and the Oculus eye pieces assisted blackouts, they all fit fine. However, there are very slight differences in the padding on the alternative headsets not really noticeable to make any big difference to the size of your face. The eye pieces, I am using them, but do not make much of a difference. Do not buy if you plan to wear glasses or buy prescription lenses as they wont work. Overall they are quite expensive for what your getting. There are alternatives on the market, ones that do not absorb your sweat as these do. It is what it says on the box, at a premium price!
Aside from the fact you can’t buy the different sizes individually I’m very happy with the purchase. On first look the width choices didn’t seem dramatic but as soon as changed to the wider fitting I found it much more comfortable. Now my Quest 2 fit is perfect and doesn’t get uncomfortable with extended play.
I couldn’t use the light blockers as I have prescription lenses fitted but they look well made.
In summary if you have a wider or thinner head and have comfort issues with your Quest 2 these are definitely worth the money.
For me at least a much better fit then the facial interface that comes as standard and the light blockers work well too. where i could see my feet through the nose before, now i see no light at all. I'm happy with this purchase.
Only wanted the wider fitting faceplate - was a lot of money just for one item but now that the OQ2 has been out a while you can probably source the individual part. Saying that, the faceplate works just fine.