Oculus Quest 2 Elite Strap With Battery and Carrying Case for Enhanced Comfort and Playtime in VR
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- Premium hard strap offers increased stability and ergonomics.
- Built-in battery extends your playtime.
- Flexible brace cradles your head for enhanced comfort during longer sessions.
- The rear fit wheel easily adjusts tightness with a quick twist.
- Carrying Case fits the headset, Elite Strap With Battery, controllers, charging cable and power adapter.
- Made for Oculus Quest 2 VR headset, sold separately.
- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Product Dimensions : 36.07 x 22.1 x 13.21 cm; 322.05 Grams
- Release date : 24 November 2020
- ASIN : B08F5T3F9Y
- Item Model Number : 301-00370-01
- Best Sellers Rank: 473 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Designed for Oculus Quest 2, this ergonomic strap increases balance and support with a quick twist of the fit wheel. The strap’s built-in battery extends your playtime. Quest 2 Carrying Case fits the Oculus Quest 2 headset, Elite Strap With Battery, two Touch controllers, charging cable and power adapter.
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Straight up this battery strap is a very good thing, it extends the internal battery life of your Quest 2 by about 2-3 hours depending on what you're doing (obviously games eat up more power than watching a movie)... at the end of the day you get on average about 4-6 hours of total battery life, which is very useful. Compared to the included Quest 2 material strap, the battery on the back and the extra weight of the plastic helps balance out the weight of the Quest 2 itself making things feel more stable and generally more comfy. Also the adjustment knob at the back of the Elite Strap lets you get a good seal on your face. There is a USB C cable which travels from the battery pack and connects to the USB C port on the Quest 2... for charging both batteries there is a USB C port on the bottom of the battery pack (below the adjustment knob thing). Unfortunately this second USB C port does not allow for pass-through for Link (connecting the Quest 2 to a gaming PC)... you need to unplug the battery cable and let it hang to the side to use link with the main USB C port. This isn't really an issue as the Link hookup itself should keep you charged (if you have a quality cable, like the official Oculus Link cable), but the positioning of the back downward facing USB C port would make for a more logical spot for tethering (vs the front right hand side). Either way it's fine, just a bit of a missed opportunity imho.
The case itself is also quite nice, it's a dense zip up clam shell/pod type thing and is covered by a very wooly feeling felt type material... there is also a faux soft leathery strap to carry it with. It's quite nice and does exactly what it's supposed to. Only downside is the lack of (re-pluggable) holes for charging the Quest 2 in the case itself, it needs to be resting halfway out of the case, and even upside down if you have the Elite Battery Strap attached. Also the hidden zipper has stuck a few times when trying to open it for me, but I have managed to work that out. It can get stuck on the USB C cable which connects the battery pack to the headset, you can avoid this by making sure you push it down in the case before zipping it up. Overall a nice hard shell case, especially if you plan on taking it places!
At the end of the day, I do think the comfort and extra battery life is worth it and the case is well made, and very cool looking... I'm only removing a star for the minor issues listed above... ie: The lack of a convenient USB C pass-through in the battery pack for Oculus Link and the lack of a charge port, or ports really, along with a possible fussy zipper in the carrying case. Buy it for the comfort factor, the double the battery life factor and the cool case to store it in factor and you're golden! :)
Update 1 Oct 22: having used this for a good solid week now I wanted to mention that I have noticed a bit of stress on the back of my head after long sessions if I've tightened the Elite Strap too much. I'm used to clamping down the halo strap on the Rift S, which maybe is not the best path to take with this Elite Strap (functionally similar but different, the Rift S halo tightens around your entire head, while this elite strap simply pulls and holds the visor tighter to your face), I've found that keeping it a little looser has been better... otherwise I still think this is the way to go!
Update 2 Nov 19: Wanted to point out one annoyance which has come up, if you leave the fully charged battery pack plugged into the headset and turn the headset off for a couple days (not on standby, actually turn it off), when you come back the battery pack will have zero charge. Why? Who knows, but it kind of sucks. The only solution I've found is to disconnect the USB C cable from the Quest 2 when you turn it off... the battery pack will still have a full charge the next time you plug it in.
Update: the cover snapped! 1 star as it is pretty useless. I guess the quality control issue is really bad in all headsets. And it's not like I put any extra force on it. It just broke while on my face!
The cheap (cost-saving) strap that comes with the Quest really isn’t very good. It does the job but it’s a pain to fit (especially if you’re swapping the headset between people) and not very comfortable. This Elite strap is much, much better. It is easier to fit and provides much better support around the occiput. It is expensive (£120 for the strap with battery and carrying case, but, in my opinion, the strap is an essential extra. I found the battery life for the Quest 2 on it’s own was just over 2 hours with gameplay and casting, and with the battery strap I am getting around 4.5-5 hours without needing a charge. I do not have any other headsets to compare with but the weight of the battery around the back of the head definitely improves the balance.
Overall, the strap is an essential extra. The option of the battery strap will depend on personal preference and how long you intend to use the headset in one sitting.
The power strap is very good and gives you almost double battery life. It's well made and ballance's the headset really well. Definitely worth it if you use your oQ2 a lot.
But, the case is a complete joke. Not worth buying separately. You have no option with this package.
The zip has a pathetic piece of string to open/Close the case. And the teeth on the zip are weak and gets stuck.
The interior is tight with no padding.
You have to put the controllers in the middle of the case right next to the vr lenses. If you were using this case for transportation then the controllers would be knocking the lenses.
What were Oculus/facebook thinking when designing this.. Its awful.. But it's OK it you just want to use it for storage to keep your headset away from dust.. 👍