Reloptix HP Reverb G2 Lens Insert Kit-Prescription

Reloptix HP Reverb G2 Lens Insert Kit-Prescription

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Lens Coating

Reloptix prescription lens insert kit for the HP Reverb G2. Kit includes 1 set of magnetic base adapters,1 set of magnetic lens insert frames with premium anti-glare coated lenses. Kit includes a 1-year warranty. High Index lenses included


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Customer Reviews

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Darren (Denver, US)
Can finally see without glasses digging into my nose.

Can now spend more than few minutes with the headset on without my nose hurting from my glasses digging into it. Installation was quick and simple and I do not have to think about them once they are in place.

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Thomas Cordon (Tempe, US)
Amazing Service and Amazing Lenses

This was my second pair. My first pair of lenses was for Oculus Quest 2, purchased earlier this year (January). Delivery time exponentially improved since earlier this year - I got my lenses within a week this time. Interacting with customer care via email was superb with speedy replies. The lenses are perfect and accommodate my wide alien eye IPD (74.5!) amazingly. Inserts were easy to install. The only thing I've noticed is some of the coating on the lense frame chips a little bit over time - but seems normal wear and tear. This is my go-to, #1, company for VR headset prescriptions. I'm committed. Thank you!

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JAMES HILLYERD (Redmond, US)
Good quality, difficult install on G2

The quality of the lenses was excellent, I love the magnets and pull-tabs. However, the adapters were a bit too tight, without much flex. This made installation difficult, as I was worried about scratching lenses or damaging the IPD mechanism of my G2.

I also did not receive a card pointing me to the installation video, and only discovered it after struggling for some time to install.

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John L. (Tampa, US)
These are a godsend for those who love vr and stuck with glasses.

I have the HP Reverb G2. I was told about Reloptix from a friend. I found it hard to believe a company would made your prescription lenses for this price. So I did some research and upgraded my VR headset and would give this a shot. I called my eye doctor for a copy of my last eye exam results and sent it in with the order. I use progressive lenses so VR views across the bottom for me really stunk. I read what they stated about there not being a need for progressive feature with VR which I knew about. I just got these last night and I will say installing the adapter for the lenses was a bit tough. This is only due to the tight tolerances between the adapter and eye pieces of your headset. Once I got the adapter in and connected the lenses, I started up my PC and my VR programs. Plus, adjust the lens width of my Reverb G2. I mainly fly in DCS World and I almost started to tear up when I had a clear full view of the inside of the cockpits. No more bottom half of my view being blurry. This is right where I wanted to be with in VR. I ordered the lenses with all the coating they would put on them. There was no changes in colors and I actually think the image looks more vivid than before. Reloptix you have made me so happy with your product and giving a much much clearer immersion of my favorite hobbies.

PS: To Jason and Will, opening my package and the first thing I see is a hand written personal "Thank You" absolutely floored me. This is a touch that so many have forgotten about and made me even more thankful for going with your company for this product. It should be us thanking you all for producing this at a cost that makes it within reach of not breaking the bank for us who have no choice but to stay with glasses.

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jason smith (Chester, GB)
Reloptix HP Reverb G2 Lens Insert Kit a must for glasses wears

This product has made my HP Reverb G2 worth the money before getting them i found it a pain to use as having to keep removing the headset to wipe the glasses or have a rest from game play as pressure from the frame of the glasses on the nose and ears.
And so easy for none glasses wearing users just remove the len with the tab from each side and they just use it no problem at all.