Reloptix Valve Index Prescription Lens Insert Kit

Reloptix Valve Index Prescription Lens Insert Kit

Regular price $80.00 Sale price $79.99
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Lens Coating

Reloptix Valve Index prescription lens insert kit includes 1 set of magnetic bases, 1 set of magnetic VR lens insert frames with premium anti-glare coated lenses. Kit includes a 1-year warranty. High Index lenses included.


Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Yehuda (Baltimore, US)
Work well and easy to use

So first of all, the lenses are easy to install. Took me maybe 15 seconds. The magnets make it super easy to remove them when others want to use my headset. I would say I can only put the FOV knob on my Index 1/2 as close to my face as I used to, but there really isn’t much noticeable FOV loss. Packaging is nice as well, and the lenses stay on no matter the intensity of my games. No discomfort around my nose or anything either. All around great product that improved my VR experience significantly.

Zack (Fort Smith, US)
Just what I needed

Really good price for lenses. I needed get me some lenses because while using my glasses I was really uncomfortable and ended up scratching my lenses. I found these lenses and the work flawlessly and super easy to install 10/10

Daniel (Forest, US)
Fantastic lenses

Prior to getting these, I could only use my valve index for short time periods due to getting migraines and eye fatigue from squinting so much. Now that I have these I've been able to use my index for 2 hours in one session. I could probably use it longer but that's all the time I usually have to play lol. Love these things.

Matthew Green (North Richland Hills, US)

Great set of lens and pretty cheap compared to lenses you get for glasses. The case that comes with it is a nice addition to the lens.

Zac Beemer (Calgary, CA)
Pretty darn amazing

The lenses were the correct prescription without any obvious feelings of it being “off”.

I like the magnetic holder so I can swap other peoples lenses in or use my lenses in a different headset that also has the right adapters.

I haven’t tried inserting the lenses from my Valve Index style purchase onto the equivalent adapters for an Oculus. If that’s not possible, that could be a HUGE WIN to consider developing.

My only gripe is the lack of communication about the status of the order. There were about 4 weeks of radio silence on the status of the order before I received the notification that they’d shipped.