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Overall Packaging Presentation: It didn’t have a box on arrival to us, just heavily wrapped in bubble paper. But it did arrive very safe and sound without a mark or scratch on it.
Whats in the box…
- Microfiber Cloth
- Instruction Booklet
- Wireless Bluetooth Controller
First Impressions: Once out of the bag it looks and feels like a pretty good well-balanced headset. While it does feel big in the hands it doesn’t feel unnecessarily over-sized. It’s strong, big design is very much like a Gear VR, in fact…it is almost identical, if not a little better!
Pupil Adjustment: Independent
Focus Adjustment: Independent
Product Weight: 377 g
Overall Build Quality (1-10): 8
Magnet / Touch Button: No
Supports Smartphones: 4″ ~ 6.2″
Field Of View (FOV): 95°
Other / Extra Features: N/A
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Features Review: Sadly the focus and pupil distance isn’t independently adjustable, but at least it has both. No magnet / touch button to speak of but at least the rest of the headset like the head straps / face padding is well made and feels very comfortable.
Average Price at Time of Review: £16 (USD $24)
Head Strap: 3 Point, Elasticated and Adjustable
Strap Quality(1-10): 8
Face Padding Type: Soft Airflow Rubber
Padding Depth: 13 mm
Nose Grove Depth: 35 mm
Well Ventilated: Yes
Suitable For People With Glasses: No
Headphone and Power Lead Access: Yes
Works With Augmented Reality Apps: Yes
Lens Size: 37 mm
Lens Type: Optical Resin Lens
Min Lens Distance: 50 mm
Max Lens Distance: 70 mm
Comfort Score (1 – 10): 8
Value For Money Score (1 – 10): 8
Range Of Colours: White, Black, Camouflage
Other Names: “NiUB5”
Final Verdict: When compared to the Gear VR it seems to fall short. But given that this headset is 1/5th the price of the Gear VR you can suddenly start to respect it a little more. It’s strong, well made and feels like a great headset. While the lack of independently adjustable features and touch button does let it down its value for money is what makes it a great buy.