Mine lasted about 3-4 weeks, but I did take a few days off after I blew out my back punching fake things.
Anker makes some really good stuff. Their 10k mAh powerbank is a really good deal at just a little over $20. I'll edit with a link
I suffered the default strap for a few days and then I purchased this and life became so much better.
Only $27 - Highly recommended.
Looks like a burn, get it replaced and get a lens cover
Hey there! We recommend the official Oculus Link Cable for the optimal experience using Oculus Link, but it's not required. For a more affordable third-party cable, we have tested the Anker cable internally with good results. You can go here to find one on Amazon (US). Thanks!
I never shut it down unless I absolutely have to, reason being is that rebooting it causes the customized settings made in Sidequest to reset... I hope I'm not doing any damage, but it goes to sleep so I don't think it's an issue.
Don't keep it near direct sunlight because that can damage the lenses. Better yet maybe invest in some cheap lens protectors.
If you're working out with it and sweating a lot, it might be worth investing in a different faceplate, maybe one made of silicon or something so it's easier to keep clean. (I personally got this recently and its been a massive improvement, also comes with lens protectors: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08JGB9G35/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1)
Some people will say don't leave it charged once it's full, others will say you can't overcharge it. I think Oculus themselves recommend not leaving it on charge when it's not needed, so probably best to just follow that advice.
I bought this one for my Quest 2 headset:
It's probably overkill, but because it is rated for fast-charging and has all the data pins, it should work with Link. I mostly use VD, so haven't tested it, though.
I also bought these to go with the batteries in my controllers, and they'd probably be fine for a charging cable for the headset.
USB C Power Bank, 26800mAh Portable Charger USB C, Charmast Slim Thin 3A High-Speed Battery Pack Type C with 3 Input & 4 Output Compatible with MacBook, iPhone, Samsung, Pixel More https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07P5ZP943/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_5KAPSYEA5RR09YE502Y4?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
1 AMVR head pad + 1 NIVRANA battery pack = 0 strap envy
Bummer, I doubt that's covered under the warranty.
You might consider getting one of the generic "halo" headstraps. I've not tried any myself, but several that I've seen do not rely on that loop. Example: www.amazon.com/Headband-Adjustable-Accessories-Absorbent-Pressure-PC/dp/B08M2787WH/
I always suggest dropping $20 on the AMVR Head Pad. It makes a WORLD of difference the the stock strap comfort level while you decide if you want something other than stock. I got one of those, and a NIVRANA battery pack for extended runtime and counterweighting.
These are the ones I got that I like:
KIWI design Silicone Grip Cover for Oculus Quest 2 Accessories, Protector with Knuckle Straps (Black, 1 Pair) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08PP8SW2S/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_HK6D9Y97BTKP94CMSQJ7?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
There's an anker cable they recommend by name on their site. I got it on Amazon and it works great.
But honestly the small upgrade in visual fidelity isn't worth being tethered.
Anker USB C Cable, Powerline USB... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MZIPYPY?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
see Univivi IR Illuminator 90 Degree Wide Angle 8-LEDs IR Infrared Light for Security Cameras. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075F7NV56/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_RFG3TNDBD9H4S7R7N23H also see https://youtu.be/uwuA0drJFnE for more information
Most people seem to really like the halo strap so I'd say they're worth it. You can buy them in the $20 range off aliexpress though the delivery time is a month or two.
I bought mine off amazon. It was more expensive but I had it here in two days. Also, if I didn't like it I could return it easily.
There is also an upgraded version that's a little more expensive. I saw in a video where the part added to the rear is soft (adds no stability) and not really worth it so I went with the normal one and am very happy with it.
Seltureone Updated Head Strap Compatible for Oculus Quest 2, Replacement for Elite Strap, Adjustable Comfortable Strap with Head Cushion, Reduce Pressure for Quest 2 Headset https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08QCT7FVQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_E3GNVEMYE93B8GBVFFMA?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Heres one thats smaller if it helps.
Should have bought this instead of the backup. Guarantee you'd like it better
This is the one I have, the price keeps fluctuating but right now it's RRP -£5, but if it goes over £27 just buy it from Anker directly
I only used it once before having to return my headset for a replacement, but in 4 hours the headset dropped from 100% to 94% and the battery pack was still above 75% (3/4 lights on) as opposed to around 2-3 hours in the same game with the headset by itself, that would take it from 100% to 0%
Everyone knows you shouldn't use that to clean your Quest lenses, this cleaning kit is the better deal and even has a coupon.
Quest Cleaning Kit
A little pricey for what they are but if you don’t have access to 3D printing like myself it’s perfect. https://www.amazon.com/Ermorgen-Controller-Compatible-Experience-Easy-Install/dp/B08R763Y9N/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?ie=UTF8&psc=1&ref_=yo_ii_img
I got a headset this weekend and got a cheaper usb-c link cable off of Amazon for like $30 and it works fine so far.
AkoaDa Oculus Quest 2 Link Cable... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08L98BKV8?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I personally disagree about the stock cover being perfectly fine. For me, it was uncomfortable, and irritated my skin leaving bad red marks on my face. Plus, loads of light came through the bottom.
But the VR Cover was never in stock and doesn't seem to ship to the UK anyway so I looked for an alternative and found this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08JGB9G35/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I've not used the VR Cover one so I can't do a direct comparison, but so far I've been VERY impressed with this. I no longer have any light coming in the bottom, and it's infinitely more comfortable on my face than the stock cover is. The lens protectors are a nice bonus too. This is also a lot cheaper than the VR Cover and you won't have to wait months for shipping.
I would strongly advise against those batteries. They are 1.2v and you may experience tracking issues with the controllers as they need 1.5v. I use these instead as they provide a constant 1.5v.
Oculus Link does not require the Official Oculus Link cable - but Oculus Link does require a high-quality USB cable capable of supporting data and power.
For the best experience, we recommend USB 3.0 or greater. Internally, we've had success with the Anker cable, seen here (via Amazon.com).
There's a demo of Superhot for Quest, but I suppose you'll have to wait for a sale to try Job/Vacation Simulator on the Quest.
This might be a long shot (and I haven't tested it myself), but if your wife's computer is a gaming PC, it's possible that you could play PCVR titles using Riftcat/VRidge using the Quest APK. Check the specifications and you might just be in luck; thankfully there's a free version with a 10 minute time limit and plenty of free titles on SteamVR and the Oculus Rift store that may work for a PC just a bit below PCVR specs.
USB A to C: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08QCDSSD5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_imm_157G8DKSPS773E5XQW9Z
USB C to C: https://www.amazon.com/TNE-Oculus-Charging-Transfer-Charger/dp/B0893PXCFD/ref=mp_s_a_1_8?dchild=1&keywords=oculus+link+cable&qid=1616032326&sprefix=oculus+link&sr=8-8#
Both of these cables worked great for me.
Be careful, as the Quest 2 isn't designed to be used outdoors. There's a blurb in the manual stating that strong light sources (even indoors) can kill the lenses. I wouldn't even use it outdoors in the shade. If you do and your lenses are damaged, Oculus will not fix them under warranty.
That being said, I bought this cable, the 16-ft version. It is USB 3.0 Type A to C. It's been working great.
This is the one my husband and I have. Bought them Nov 2020. Work fine, no complaints.
MASiKEN VR Face Silicone Cover
You know you’ll get a skewed response by asking on a sub dedicated to it, I hope!
But yes, it’s worth it. It’s not the best headset in the world but it’s good, much better than you’d think for the price. The tracking is excellent. It never hurts my eyes no matter how much I use it, and they don’t dry out either (I wear contacts). Battery life is better than you’d think, but you can always get a power pack and attach it.
The strap is not great. I use this strap, which is very comfortable and has a slot for an additional power pack (and even comes with a cable for it).
Also, this face cover makes it much more comfortable too. I could happily keep it on indefinitely with these accessories.
>or just avoid TP-Link altogether
TP Link AC1200 (Archer A6) $39.99 is recommended by the virtual desktop developer, and many others. You disagree?
I got this one from Amazon.
It is fantastic I'm so glad I got rid of the band that came with it. This one takes most of the weight off of your face.
I have this on order.
BOBOVR M2 Head Strap of Oculus Quest 2
The reviews have been very good.
If you see that much light coming in then you should get a new facial interface. I got the AMVR one and I like it quite a bit.
I'm very partial to the NIVRANA battery pack. Works with the stock strap (or elite, maybe others, I've actually paired mine with an AMVR head pad, and it is wonderfully comfortable).
There is even a vid on their site from a youtuber that ran his Quest for 7 hours and 45 minutes.
The glasses spacer is only to be able to fit glasses under the headset. I was able to use the headset wearing glasses even without it. It's up to the customer to make sure they dont scratch the lenses unfortunately.
However, if I were Oculus, I would defiantly include an extra $0.25 worth of injected plastic protectors like this for glasses wearers and protection in general.
Be careful that your glasses don't scratch the lenses. I would get kens protectors if they could touch the lenses.
Something like that: https://www.amazon.com/AMVR-Anti-Scratch-Protecting-Scratching-Compatible/dp/B089FB5W1N/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=quest+2+glasses+protector&qid=1623119889&sprefix=quest+2+gla&sr=8-4
This one seems to have a slot for it, you would have to get a power bank yourself.
I just did this for mine when it broke and did the same for my wife. Very comfy and the audio is absurdy better with good bass and range.
If you change your mind, these are a few of the best accessories to go with a DAS.
3d printed adapters. These come in black and other colors, this company makes the best ones imo. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08P6FPLV7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_QTGA45RW4C3706Q4K3K8?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Thick 20mm replacement foam for the DAS. So luxurious and comfy. https://vrcover.com/product/htc-vive-deluxe-audio-strap-foam-replacement/
I'm still looking for the best extended battery setup for it. More for balance than anything.
No experience with the one described, but I did purchase the one below which is remarkably similar. This one immediately improved my comfort and works great. Does not fit many of the standard
Adjustable Head Strap for Oculus Quest 2 VR Headset, Enhanced Support and Comfort in VR Gaming (Pro) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08M9DZLDV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_4F0QG88RFE6JP23289H6?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Here's one...there's been an update to Airlink though, that might be better now. I haven't tried it. My best result so far has been with a cable.
If you're planning on using any sort of magnetic connection for a Link cable, you might want to think again... unless you know the magnets are incredibly powerful.
I have a magnetic connector (this one) for the USB-C cables I already have and it's good for charging or even transmitting data via ADB/SideQuest, but any movement and it will disconnect for a fraction of a second... which is all it needs to disconnect completely and have to restart Link.
This router (Asus RT-AX55) is the official recommendation for virtual desktop in your price range. I bet it works well for Air Link too.
Looks like they have them up on amazon though they're not listed as amazon prime yet and have far out stock/delivery dates.
Have the normal halo strap and like it though might give this one a try once I can order it with amazon prime with a 2 day delivery and quick/easy returns.
I wouldn’t say it eliminates the fog, but it reduces it and is much more comfortable. I also wear a headband/hair cover to try to sop up any sweat from my brow. Before the VR Cover, I had to tighten the headband pretty tight to keep it steady and keep moisture from getting in, and that would really hurt my head and even give me headaches, so the extra padding plus the sort of vinyl that seals out moisture and the better nose flappy area that keeps hot breathe from seeping in all combine for just a better more comfortable set up for me and the lens stays drier longer (still have to sometimes wipe them off during play).
I’m still a noob so I don’t have too many accessories but I have a pair of these ear buds. I also use my noise canceling Bose headphones when I want full immersion, but having the short cord like the buds have is better for games where you move a lot. Also, I got a nice big fan. It helps keep me from sweating too much and it also kind of gives you something to orient yourself by. It’s not some cool tech gear, but it’s a must for me. It also feels really cool for games like climb when you get to a summit and look around and feel that breeze, or pistol whip, makes you feel like you are actually feeling the steady wind as it moves you through the level.
I’ve had mine since around the 1st of the year, and I had plans to add a battery pack, I just haven’t needed it yet. I’m usually too busy or too ADD to stay in VR much longer than 30-45 minutes at a time. I have had to replace the controller batteries already so I should invest in the rechargeables like you are.
"Until you choose"
AMVR Head Pad
NIVRANA battery pack
Facial interface: https://www.amazon.com/Interface-Replacement-Standard-Not-Machine-Specific/dp/B08HMQK73M/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=quest+2+facial+interface&qid=1616032469&sprefix=quest+2+fac&sr=8-4#
If you're only looking on Amazon (and you're in the US), the adapter set I got was very much like this one. I especially like the fact that the adapters on the sides cover the "arms" and that the top strap adapter perfectly clicks in place.
If you're okay with ordering outside of Amazon, I got mine from Business Company VR. There are some different styles to choose from (in case you like the adapters that don't cover the arms) and mine have been working perfectly since I bought them as soon as they were available, which was right after the Q2 launch.
This works perfectly: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01MZIPYPY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I don't even use mine anymore though because Virtual Desktop works so well (haven't tried Airlink yet)
If your comfort issue with the default strap is you feel it is still too front heavy, get a battery pack and zip tie or velcro cable tie it to the back of the bottom strap as it'll act as a nice counterweight.
You could also get something like this if the issue is something else:
ive got this on order with headphones. ill let you know how i like them:
i currently have a 3rd party replacement for the stock that is just alright;
Eyglo Replace Adjustable Elite Strap for Oculus Quest 2 Head Strap Headband Enhanced Support and Reduce Head Pressure Comfortable Touch (Large Q2) https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08LYKJ1PS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_i_31K4DWWQ5KPVHV283446?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
We have this on two of our headsets and they are fantastic. Fits 7 year old to 50 year old
I got this set of microfiber cloths and they work great. Having multiple helps since I often forget to clean them.
I packed my Rift S into its box yesterday after getting a Quest 2 and testing it over the weekend to make sure I could play all the PCVR stuff I wanted.
It's absolutely superior in every way except:
Battery life - Rift is effectively infinite whereas the quest doesn't charge as fast as it runs down. For me at least this isn't a problem as it's rare I spend more than an hour using it anyway.
Comfort - The Rift S was lighter, especially upfront. The Quest and Q2 are both front-heavy, so want to slide down my face. Apparently other straps, or getting a battery pack can help with that but I've not got there yet.
As for cables, you can get a 5/6m USB3 cable for about 30 quid. I got this one and it's fine - probably too long for what I need really.
I highly recommend one of these https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08PDCTQWR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_RH9W9RS7ST8MHAVK6CYW?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Took a while to come from China, but it's pretty solid so far.
It’s the fit pack, I believe I use the narrow piece: link
The white silicone cover is from Amazon: link
Different battery packs vary wildly in both quality and reliability, this is one I recommend as there are tons of 3d printed attachments you can get to clip it onto a variety of straps very easily as many have designed it for exactly this battery AND its a great little pack to have:
Hope this helps! :)
I got one off of Amazon that works perfectly. It doesn’t cover the glasses spacer but it doesn’t move around or come off or anything like that either, and I prefer it to the foam pad. I find that it sort of helps the headset stick in place.
If it’s not available I’m sure any similar one that just fits over the original foam pad in the same way would be fine too
This one beats the Anker equivalents in its price range. I have it, works great.
I was looking for some ear buds and some other accessories today and anyway, I found this 'magnetic power bank padding' thing that looked pretty cool.
I unexpectedly would up with a DAS, so had to scramble for a case that fits the frankenquest. This turned out well:
In case you need, I just got this cable today (not tested). The quality of it feels and looks really nice and if it works well, will look nice being plugged in the OQ2. You're welcome. I need something to do while waiting for my new OQ2.
You need the ones designed for glasses lenses. Someone here used the style you linked, and scratched the heck out of their lenses. They are not nearly the same quality as microfiber lens clothes.
If you don’t have a Wal-Mart or JoAnn Etc (Fabrics) nearby ...
Sunmns 3 Inches Giant Wiggle Eyes with Self Adhesive, 4 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MXDWVYF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_-b1.FbTATEQQN
Option 1. I use this with this headstrap add-on.
It comes with a magnetic sheet that you can fix to the external battery so it stays on the magnetic dock of the headstrap add-on. Comfortable, affordable and I get around 7-8 hours of playtime total.
Not at all! This was the one I decided on after looking at different models, materials, brands, etc. You can find them many places, I mainly look on Amazon and I looked through numberous ones
These are the reusable lint rollers I use.
As for the lenses, if you can’t get a full camera lens cleaning kit, then a cleaning lens pen works fine!
I definitely recommend just going with the regular elite strap like you are, the difference isn't that substantial in my opinion and as batteries always do, they will eventually wear out. Without the ability to easily replace the head strap battery, you could run into problems down the road. VR Power's strap-on battery is definitely a fantastic option to also provide a counterbalance but I find that just connecting up a regular external battery works really well too.
I use this one personally and I love it, super cheap and actually on sale right now through Amazon!
I also really recommend a facial interface mod, either the silicone one or the padded one through VRCover. I personally prefer the firmer padding as I use glasses and have dummy long eyelashes but that's just me :) hope this helps a little bit! Best of luck! :)
Cellularize USB C Extender Adapter, (2 Pack) 3.1/10Gbps Type C Dock Extension for Lifeproof Otterbox Case Female to Male for MacBook, Nintendo Switch, Samsung Galaxy S8/S9/S10, Note, Dex, Flir One Pro https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MBWH7QG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_a.p-FbZK5TRFT
My wife bought herself an Eyglo Adjustable Elite Strap from Amazon. It's 3D printed from a third party maker. It holds firmly around the head and it's still holding up after a month and a half of daily usage.
I don't have one on mine but she says it's worth the money.
I personally use this and it has a magnetic spot to hold external battery packs.
I have the dock and i've been using a grip that's just a strap from the halo to the lanyard slot and it works great and i have no problem docking it. This thing, without the sleeve - just the strap: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B086ZQGB82/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
This is what I did ^^ I bought this router instead of a $30ish cable. It made me uncomfortable moving around so much with the 90deg usb-c into the headset (even with securing it to the headset). I always felt like it was going to damage the connection over time especially for those occasions where you accidentally get tied up in your cable and rip it out either from your PC or headset.
A couple problems I see:
Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions :D
PS: Here is a cheap option I think could help https://www.amazon.com/Headphone-Amplifier-Impedance-Components-Computers/dp/B07Z1V634H/ref=sr_1_21_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=3.5mm+to+3.5mm+amp%2Fdac+onboard+battery&qid=1609739523&sr=8-21-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzSThUQzVXUVVCSlMwJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMjIzNjczSU1VQU1EMkExTjNBJmVuY3J5cHRlZEFkSWQ9QTA1NzQxMzMxSzZROTBMS0VQU1YyJndpZGdldE5hbWU9c3BfYnRmJmFjdGlvbj1jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==
I feel the current consensus on Reddit is, given the reputation VR Cover has for long shipping delays and the $35 price tag (including shipping), you're better off with the AMVR knuckle grips on Amazon. Those are $25 (fast & free shipping) and include lens covers and a nose light blocker. The caveat of course is that no one has tried the VR Cover ones yet but they look very similar to the AMVR grips
A charge cable comes with the OC2 but it’s NOT the $79.00 link cable.
I found a compatible cable on Amazon for $24.99
Cheapest/Best case I've managed to find so far :)
I bought that case:
It's great for transport and just storing it.
Ah, so I bought the right one. Glad to hear that :) It should be here next week.
Btw, along with it I also ordered this 2m extension: https://www.amazon.de/-/en/gp/product/B00C7S2FRE/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I got this one - comes in pack if two one for me and one for my daughter. They are a bit fiddly to put on and off but will do until I can get a "leather" set. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08MDK4MVV?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Oops, that was a stupid oversight. This is a site that gives us expats English acess to Ali express and taobao lol. I found the same thing on Amazon. Sorry again... (I sometimes forget about how internet works here in China)
i bought this one. Works great zero issues
I think it might be close to 20hours of playtime, which is overkill. This is the one I bought https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07TBM72MM But the 10000 Anker might be a better option, although I haven't had any comfort issues.
I am using this cable from Amazon that was recommended: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0881CVYKL/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I use it all the time.
The official VR Cover through Oculus is currently on back order so I'd recommend this. They are touch controller grips but they come with a nose flap and lens cover as well.
Son of a ...
Looks like literally the SAME item from the SAME company, only I paid $1 more.
I find the Quests uncomfortable without these mods.
VR Face Silicone Cover Mask https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07X6DJQS1?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
These ones? https://www.amazon.ca/AMVR-Controller-Oculus-Anti-Throw-Protective/dp/B07X117LPR/ref=sr_1_15?dchild=1&keywords=oculus+quest+2+accessories&qid=1602715682&sr=8-15
Something like this one?
Can you play more than one hour with this?
I use THIS had a hot swappable battery, there is another on Amazon that has 2 batteries and a charging station HERE. I have the pro version, there plus seems to have a bit better back of the head piece. I never plug in the headset, just keep swapping batteries since i have 2 and can play for as long as i want. Makes me feel better about not constant plugging/unplugging in a cable to the charge port.
never goes below 80% for me
You can also buy a cheap little battery pack made for the Oculus (but not BY Oculus). I have this one for $15, but there are a ton of similar ones: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09YV3Z1WF
If you get two of them, you can always have one being used while the other is charging. It's like a typical battery pack, except that it sits up on the headset, out of the way.
You could also attach a standard battery pack with double-sided velcro if it's small/light enough.
This guy is $13 in the US at least, and has a $5 coupon option right now
Myself and a friend really love the Kiwi Design head strap. Very comfortable and easy to get on and off. And the price is great.
i've been using this and i really underestimated how long it is. ive had 0 issues.
>What are the other settings you have in oculus debug tool? You should be able to go above this. Btw what cable is giving you 3.1 gbps speed?
So slight correction, my USB test is actually telling me 3 Gbps flat, not 3.1. It was some cable i bought on amazon for cheap - think it's this one:
I'm using the Tray tool instead of the debug tool, but other relevant settings:
USB selective suspend: disabled
Distortion Curvature: Low
Encode Resulution: 3648
Encode Dynamic Bitrate: Disabled
gpu scaling on
>Charge goes down fast, and doesn't charge up quickly at all even when plugged into the motherboard. I guess limits use time.
Protips here -- get a looong maybe 10 foot+ charging cable, and get a headset with a battery pack.
>I tried going to pornhub and selecting VR mode but it didn't work, it was all distorted, like it had been stretched into an infinitely vertical monitor. This was using the Meta browser. What's the easiest way to get VR porn?
r/OculusNSFW is your friend lol. Sadly sparse for the gays.
>After a while my face burns and I get a headache but maybe I'll get used to it.
I'll mention this headstrap again lol. Makes life easier.
It’s not live anymore unfortunately but it was the kiwi one so I found it on Amazon
There is a cheaper alternative:
Its a spacer ring that has a soft surface so it protects both your glasses and your quest lenses. You can even get rid of the oculus glasses spacer since that one reduces FOV (you have to see if it gets uncomfortable though as you have less space for the glasses)