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Product performs as expected, but the instructions are a little confusing with two different assembly methods for the same VR headset. (Oculus Rift S) if you get this stand use the fold out guide rather than the quick guide slip it includes.
This is a fairly lightweight and compact stand for the Oculus Rift with touch controllers, but it's well balanced so there are no issues with it toppling over, as some of the head shapes stands do. It comes in pieces which took me a few minutes to assemble and the instructions on how to do so were clear, unlike some products. While designed for the Oculus Rift, this also fits the headset of the HTC Vive and PSVR without any issues.
It can be assembled with or without holders for the Oculus touch controllers. The holding parts are 3D printed, but I don't see any issue with their strength and the Oculus Touch controllers hang on them perfectly. While not ideal, if using this for a Vive, you can prop up the controllers against the holders. The PSVR move controllers won't fit.
It sits nicely on my desk and looks good while doing it. It's perfect for the Oculus Rift with touch controllers and works just as well for other VR headsets I've tried, minus the controllers.
Wanted to get a stand for the Rift, I'd seen a few available all really highly priced. This one was exactly what I wanted, decent price, easy to put together and does the job. Holds the Rift and both touch controllers.
The only thing to watch out for is when moving it, it doesn't lock together so unless you've glued it when you pick it up it can fall apart, but seeing as I leave it sitting in the same spot this isn't an issue for me.
I want to give this a 5 star but simply can't. It arrived on time and was as described by the seller so top marks there but as for the item itself it's overpriced. What do you get for £27.99 (at the time of writing) is a smallish box with item inside flat packed so some assembly is required.
Pros - Quick and simple to Assembly. - Instructions Supplied (not necessary but welcome) - Supports the Oculus Rift and it's controllers nicely.
- Overpriced for what it is - Base is not weighted (could be tipped or knocked over easily if you're not careful)
Conclusion If this were £15 I'd say it's a bargain but being close to double that and it's a tough sell. Don't get me wrong I like it and it certainly gives your VR setup some added tlc but the choice of using thinner plastics and no weighted base hurt it. If this used thicker plastics to give it more rigidity and a metal base then the price could be justified. For those who can't afford the more elaborate and expensive VR stands I'd recommend it buying it but if you can spring for something better I'd say go for that instead.
I have stand for my PSVR and recently upgraded to the Rift S. This is the perfect solution to storing it (from the images). Sadly, it's just rubbish. The pieces don't clip together (as far as I know). So every time I handle the stand, it comes apart?! Surely I'm missing something.
Also,the controller hangers are so close to the floor that they are useless with the new Rift S controllers.
Overall, I really couldn't be less pleased with it!
I was looking for a stand that I could use with my Acer WMR headset and nothing else seems to be quite what I wanted - all the others don't have anywhere for the controllers. Bu this one does. As others have said, they have 3D printed two arms and added them to another product. But they work really well (and fit well) and once everything is on the stand you can't tell that they don't quite match anyway.
It's also really stable, there is no way it's going to fall over. I'm really pleased with it.
A bit too expensive for a piece of plastic. Not worth more than £12-£15.
Other than that it does what it says on the thin. I'm using it to rest my oculus rift, and the stand is good for its purpose, but the plastic material gives a cheap sense, and I think is not worth the price.
These things aren't bad at all. Obviously stands are better made out of a heavier material that stays put well (Why is EVERYTHING made of plastic these days? Some things just don't suit plastic), but it works, and doesn't flop around TOO much when putting the headset on/off.