Please note: Box weight, size and contents might not represent your own product as sometimes different sellers use their own packaging and often include extra items like controllers, wipes, cloths or other promotional materials.
Box Weight: 66 g
Box Hight Size: 1 cm
Box Width Size: 17 cm
Box Length Size: 17 cm
Overall Packaging Presentation: While it comes in a fairly boring brown box it has good, clear instructions on it on how to assemble it. There is no additional padding once inside the box, just the headset remains.
Whats in the box…
- Stickable Lens Section
VR Sky Fold 3D Glasses
First Impressions: Once you have it out of the box it is one of those self-assembly Google Cardboard replicas, but the good news is, it doesn’t take much to work out how to assemble it. With a light, flexible plastic body it seems to fold with easy and almost snap into place. While you do have to line up and stick your own lens section, the rest is fairly easy.
Pupil Adjustment: No
Focus Adjustment: No
Product Weight: 53 g
Overall Build Quality (1-10): 8
Magnet / Touch Button: No
Supports Smartphones: 4″ ~ 6″
Field Of View (FOV): 86°
Other / Extra Features: Folds Flat, Customed Designed
QR Code: Not Available
Features Review: While its only real feature is that it does fold flat, it is also a good headset for giving away promotion material. Perfect for event shows and quick and easy competitions.
Average Price at Time of Review: £2 (USD $3)
Head Strap: N/A
Strap Quality(1-10): N/A
Face Padding Type: N/A
Padding Depth: N/A
Nose Grove Depth: 27 mm
Well Ventilated: No
Suitable For People With Glasses: Yes
Headphone and Power Lead Access: Yes
Works With Augmented Reality Apps: No
Lens Size: 30 mm
Lens Type: Optical Resin Lenses
Min Lens Distance: 65 mm
Max Lens Distance: 65 mm
Comfort Score (1 – 10): 3
Value For Money Score (1 – 10): 9
Range Of Colours: Red, Black, Custom
Other Names: “VR 2 Fold 3D Glasses”
Final Verdict: If you have never tried a Google Cardboard headset before, you could do far worse than try one of these. They are easy to set up and should be good for most people’s smartphones. It sadly doesn’t have the features that many other Google Cardboard clones have (like an NFC / touch button and pupil adjustment) but it is a lot easier to assemble than most of them, with a simple grip, squeeze and lock into place motion. If you wanted to get some of these branded they would go down well at any even show as they are good enough quality not to be thrown away, unlike many other Google Cardboard replicas.