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I received my new lens a couple of weeks ago and it has been a huge next step in enjoying my Oculus Quest 2. The lenses fit perfectly with the magnets and don't move around at all. It has been great to not have to wear my glasses while using my Q2. The quality of the lenses are great!
Reloptix Oculus Quest 2 VR Prescription Lens Insert Kit
Completely satisfied, grateful for the personal service. Immediate answers.
I waited for a new prescription from the eye doctor before I placed my order and was guided through the ordering process from the very start. But my prescription was wrong, showing up both with the glasses on my face and the lenses in my headset!
Patiently and efficiently new lenses were ordered and sent with some special, careful accommodations. But my optician damaged one frame swapping the lenses. No problem, a replacement was sent!
I can see clearly now. A difficult ordeal was made smooth by the great customer service.
Wearing glasses is a bummer sometimes. When I can't, and need to go glassless, I usually put in contacts. I just can't with my OQ2. Drys my eyes out like a slug on salt. Which lens place do I pick?
With all of the available options, DIY, Company1, Company2, Company3, Reloptix, the decision was fairly simple.
Comparing product pictures, they clearly showed that the Reloptix offering was more refined and bested the others in price/feature. It was a no-brainer decision.
Fit and finish:
Putting them in, I would have liked a more positive feel that the insert frame was attached better, but tugging on it after seating, they felt like they grabbed well enough. Placing the lens on the mounts resulted in a firm positive magnetic connection. There was no "wiggle" in where the magnets were placed. No fear that they will shift when moving.
The fabric pull tab is a nice touch and further accentuates the "premium" feel. Although, I might have placed it straight out the sides for the OQ2 instead of angled?
The carry case is almost too bulky. Sitting the lenses side by side would allow them to hit each other since there's no divider. They also sit in a void that's too deep. A cleaning cloth but it's too small to cushion the lenses against movement while in the case. Suggestion: imagine an AirPod shaped case with two slots. Pop the top and slide the lenses into a velvety, two chambered enclosure, with the tabs sticking up. Pocket-able when needed.
It's like I'm using my contacts! No more dry eyes for me! Solid purchase, and plan to get lenses from Reloptix again when I upgrade.
Therere well made and work very well just 1 small downside not sure if its me or not but my eye lids do touch the leses even with the sacer on but can live with that...
would defo recomend them