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It has pretty much 0 padding, it's almost like putting the headset directly on your face with no padding whatsoever. Where you nose goes is really small, so unless if you have a very small nose it will be constantly squishing your nose and be very uncomfortable. When I tried to remove it to put the default one back on I literally had to snap it to get it out because it refused to come out.
Save your money and wait for the official Oculus one to get back in stock again, this one is horrible.
I bought this due to the official VR cover on Oculus.com being sold out and I'm quite happy with this as an alternative. It is way more comfortable than the cheap foam that the Quest 2 came with. One minor complaint is that this interface does not have a nose guard light blocker piece that the VR cover comes with so you will get light coming thru the nose on the bottom which can be distracting to some people.
Save your money and wait for the VRCover to come back in stock. This Esimen facial interface, while it has a nice feel to the pleather padding, has a design flaw that makes it highly unpleasant to use.
They included thick padding all the way down onto the part of the bracket that sits above your nose (see attached photo). While it looks attractive, the padding pushes into your nose and limits your ability to breathe comfortably. What's worse, it leaves no room for airflow and will cause your Quest 2's lenses to fog up quickly.
I thought something was wrong with my headstrap at first, but quickly realized the problems began when I swapped the stock foam interface for this Esimen one. You can validate the difference by checking your stock facial interface's nose area -- notice how the padding is extremely shallow on it so as not to create the pressure problems caused by this Esimen product.
You could theoretically slice off some of the foam with an Xacto knife and some elbow grease, but that's a pretty janky solution. I'm returning mine and sticking with the frustratingly sweat-absorbing stock interface for now.
This feels like butter on my Quest 2. I have the Oculus Quest 2 fit pack and none of those nor the stock facial interface compare to this Esimen. The Esimen is smooth, thick, and doesn’t absorb heat the same way original ones do. I don’t use glasses and I do have lower nose bridge so it fits fine on me. If you have a big nose, this may be too small as I suspect it was designed for small Asian noses. No lens fog and most importantly, my face isn’t getting scratched up from the harsh material Facebook uses in their facial interfaces (I have sensitive skin)! This feels like a dream and makes a world of a difference. It makes my Quest 2 feel like a car that had its ugly cloth seats ripped out and replaced with vegan leather. Glad I bought one before they sold out :P