These work great for the G2!
I really love your product. Also the hand written thank you card was great. The lenses work as expected and are of great quality. Not only that but the protect the fresnel lens and are very easy to clean. Keep up the great quality.
As far as visual clarity goes, with my particular vision and head shape, only a small section of the screen is perfectly clear for reading text, although the rest is still clear enough to see the gorgeous visuals the Reverb G2 can produce with it's high DPI. I have the G2 V2 that lets you get closer to the screen, although the shape of my head makes my eyebrows put grease on these lenses unless I used the G2 insert that keeps the screens further out. I could still use the closer insert if I wanted, but I found the tiny FOV boost inconsequential compared to keeping the lenses clean. I always was more interested in DPI than FOV, so if FOV is more important, these seem to be a bit thicker than competitors.
The pull tabs on the lenses seem to catch the G2's spacers and get flung out of the headset when you pull the spacer out, so you will want to be careful and maybe pull the lenses out before removing the spacers on the headset. The fact that they are removable via magnets after the adapter is installed also means less wear and tear on the parts, and makes it easier to clean the lenses or let someone else use your headset.
Im not sure how these are produced, but I suspect some degree of 3D printing was involved. When I attached the magnetic base adapters to the G2, some of their plastic seemed to shave off a little bit from them, getting on the lens of the G2 itself. You may want to gently wipe along their inner rims with something before installation to pull off any excess plastic. It was about 90 degrees outside when I installed them, and had some minor difficulty pushing them on, but not excessive difficulty. I did not need to do anything like heat them up with a hair drier.
My left lens came with a slight defect, a tiny crack or lack of fill around one of the magnets, but not one that extended through the whole frame. It is annoying that it's there, but does not seem to affect anything so I was iffy on the effort and time of claiming the warranty when it was probably nothing. However, I am a discord user and they actively keep an eye on their discord server. I've tabbed in every now and then and their community and staff is fairly active, often helping with VR product advice in general and not just their lenses. I was able to ask about the crack and they quickly volunteered several options, the most convenient of which was to upgrade my warranty in case the crack proved problematic down the road. That way I wouldn't be out of using my headset for the shipping/replacement time unless they actually broke and I wouldn't be out of luck if the defect proved more than cosmetic after the standard warranty expired.
As far as price and value goes, I punched my prescription in at several sellers, and ultimately Reloptix' flat rate pricing and free shipping won out, including blue light filter and etc for the same price if not outright cheaper. Some sellers charged me an extra 15-20 bucks for my particular prescription, or cost more after shipping despite the lenses being cheaper. I understand more complicated lenses take longer to ship, although mine didn't need long to produce and arrived several days sooner than estimated.
While these do have their drawbacks, they've made it clear they will back up their product, and I can't say I have any regrets on the purchase.
Hi, I just like to say your product seems to be made with quality in mind. They are very clear for each eye and seemed very well made. I do have a problem though but I think it's with the HP reverb G2 headset. My ipd is 58 and unfortunately the G2 will only allow the ipd to be set down to 60. For me this makes a real difference and I can tell because I can get one eye or the other in good focus but not both together very well. I can try and squeeze the headset together to get a better view and things do clear up but obviously that is not a fix. Is there any chance you would know of some kind of way around this problem? It seems both your product and the G2 are high quality equipment but I'm afraid my face wasn't made for the 60 ipd limitation.
Any help you can give me would be very appreciated. Cheers for now.
Top quality product. Excellent packaging, great finish on all parts, and fits seamlessly into my hp reverb g2. Makes my headset far more comfortable to wear now without my glasses. Thankyou.