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Overall Packaging Presentation: Like many other VR case headsets that have gone before it (and probably many, many more after) come without a box. Just placed inside a heavily bubble wrapped bag it was very safe inside of it which is a plus. Personally, I do prefer a box, but maybe that is a matter of taste.
Whats in the box…
- Bluetooth Remote
- Instruction Booklet (For Remote)
VR Case 5 Plus
First Impressions: It might be the clone of a thousand clones, but it still feels and looks like a good headset. With all the right features, fairly comfortable to wear and a good, sturdy build with a nice elasticated head strap, on first impressions, it seems to be a good headset. It is not until you start inspecting it a little more that you realise it might not be as well made as you might have first thought. The model we received is was not put together fully and didn’t seem to clip back into its proper holes. But that could have been a one-off and other headsets of the same kind would be much better assembled.
Pupil Adjustment: Yes, Independent
Focus Adjustment: Yes, Independent
Product Weight: 325 g
Overall Build Quality (1-10): 7
Magnet / Touch Button: No
Supports Smartphones: 4″ ~ 6.3″
Field Of View (FOV): 90°
Other / Extra Features: N/A
QR Code: Not Available (Best Alternative – VR Box)
Features Review: Features wise it has all the right things you need for a pretty good mobile VR experience. Independent pupil and focus adjustment dials, elasticated head strap that is also fully adjustable and some good quality face padding. While nothing amazing or unique at least it has those basic ones.
Average Price at Time of Review: £21 (USD $30)
Head Strap: 3 Point, Elasticated and Adjustable
Strap Quality(1-10): 8
Face Padding Type: Soft Airflow Rubber
Padding Depth: 9 mm
Nose Grove Depth: 30 mm
Well Ventilated: No
Suitable For People With Glasses: No
Headphone and Power Lead Access: Yes
Works With Augmented Reality Apps: No
Lens Size: 26 mm
Lens Type: Aspherical Lens
Min Lens Distance: 50 mm
Max Lens Distance: 65 mm
Comfort Score (1 – 10): 8
Value For Money Score (1 – 10): 7
Range Of Colours: N/A
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Final Verdict: Even at such a cheap price point I expect a little better in terms of build quality. Now it might well have been the case that we received that “odd one out” but sadly that is the one that we received and we have to base our review on it. Everything else about this headset is the typical VR Box / VR Case style, so if you don’t mind having to assemble a bit of the headset yourself this could be seen as a good headset.