A lightweight head strap that’ll reduce the pressure on your head without affecting your gameplay. It’s made of absorbent and breathable cloth and vegan leather that’s washable, so cleanup after a sweaty workout or an intense VR session is so easy.
An Oculus Quest 2 head strap because one problem that wasn’t solved with the newest Quest is how uncomfortable the headset can be if you wear it for more than a few hours. This adjustable length strap reduces head pressure, is easy to clean, and can be adjusted to prevent the headset from moving while you’re gaming.
A pair of ear muffs to make your VR experience more immersive by concentrating and amplifying your in-game sounds. These soft silicone ear covers are also designed to reduce noise leakage so the rest of the family doesn’t have to hear your game.
A pair of Oculus earbuds if that’s more your style. These do the same thing as the muffs but come with custom silicone caps in three different sizes so you can find the fit that’s right for your ears. And the cable is designed to be short enough that it doesn’t get in the way of your gaming.
Or a pair of earbuds for the Quest 2 that offer the same 360-degree sound and immersive experience. The in-ear vacuum these earbuds create should block out 94% of unwanted noises.
An HTC audio strap that attaches to the back of your Quest so you get the best of both worlds. The headphones with their height and angle adjustments combine the customization of the earbuds *and* the over-the-ear fit of the muffs.
A silicone face cover to combat sweat and light leakage while you try to beat the next level of Superhot.
A VR shell because you spent a lot of money on your Quest and want to keep it in tip-top shape. This polycarbonate shell protects your camera without messing up the Quest’s tracking or your vision. The thermoplastic material also helps disperse heat.
A pair of Oculus grip extenders to take Beat Saber to the next level.
A pair of knuckle straps if you’ve experienced the fear of accidentally tossing your Quest controller and hoping that nothing was broken when you removed your headset. These wrap around your wrist *and* your knuckles to keep your controller securely in your hand.
An Oculus 2 grip sleeve for gamers with sweaty hands. The texture of the silicone shell makes for a better grip, and the grooves allow for airflow so moisture is wicked away.
A pair of bumper protectors so you have peace of mind that your controllers won’t crack if (more like when knowing how clumsy you are) you drop them.
A lens cover that’ll protect your Quest from dust and scratches when you’re not using it. Sometimes you don’t want to fuss with packing it back into its case but want to know it’s taken care of in case of an accident.
Some anti-scratch protective rings because you can’t play without your glasses but you don’t want them to scratch the Quest’s lenses. You get 12 rings in varying heights that’ll create enough space between your glasses and the VR lens so they don’t come in contact.
Or a pair of prescription lens adapters to basically replace your glasses. You’ll be able to see the screen clearly *and* you won’t have to worry about your glasses scratching the screen…because you’re not even wearing them. You love to ~see~ it!
A ProxiMat if you often lose your bearings while immersed in VR. This anti-fatigue mat has tactile buttons that’ll keep you centered and forward while also alerting you when you’ve stepped off the mat so you don’t bang your knee on a coffee table or trip over the dog.
Google Chromecast for streaming your Quest to your TV so the rest of the family can join in on the fun.
An Oculus Quest skin so you can add some flair to your device.
A hard carrying case that’ll safeguard your Quest and take the brunt of your abuse. The material is crush resistant, anti-shock, and water resistant so bumps, scratches, and a little bit of water won’t affect your precious machine.
A universal battery pack because your gaming session shouldn’t be interrupted by that dreaded low battery message. This battery holder is designed to fit most USB power banks, and reviewers say it’s actually a great counterweight and makes the Quest more comfortable.
Or a power bank organizer to organize the cable you’ll need to run between your external battery and your headset. This kit comes with a belt clip so you can hook your power bank to your pants, as well as a side clip that ensures the cable isn’t in your way and a distraction while gaming.
A 500-gram counterweight if the front-heaviness of your headset is making it hard to game comfortably for an extended period of time. The removable wraps vary in weight so you can add and subtract them until you find the right weight for you.
A ceiling pulley system for anyone who’s had their immersive gameplay interrupted by accidentally tripping over a cable. This cable organizer gets all your cords off the ground, and is also made with a noise dampening system so the pull of cords doesn’t take you out of your game.
A USB-C link cable so you can connect your headset to your computer and play PC VR games. It’ll even charge your headset as you play.
A tennis paddle that’ll make each ping-pong serve and volley feel real.
A headset and controller stand because your Quest is a sleek piece of hardware worth showing off.
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