CASEMATIX Case Compatible with Oculus Go VR Headset  |  Knoxlabs

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Storage Case | for Oculus Go Virtual reality headset

$ 19.99

Storage Case | for Oculus Go Virtual reality headset

CASEMATIX travel case made for Oculus Go Wireless VR Headset, Controller and Charger
  • Keep your device clean, safe, and protected

  • Rugged and Stylish EVA exterior and padded foam interior provide protection from the wear and tear of travel

  • Includes internal netted cable/remote storage pouch

  • External case dimensions: 9.5″ x 8″ x 4.75″



CASEMATIX VR Headset Case For Oculus Go Virtual Reality Headset, Remote and Charge Cable 

Internal padded compartment fits the Oculus GO and the remote and charger can be stored next to it in the included accessory bag. Durable EVA nylon exterior and dense foam interior provides protection for your virtual reality headset at all times. The Foam interior lines the top and bottom lid providing soft padded protection from all sides. Keep your headset looking brand new, dust free and the lenses protected from scratches. The foam softly presses down on the Oculus GO to reduce vibration and movement within the case.

Safely Travel and Keep Your Oculus Go Protected at All Times
This case has a rubberized built-in carry handle to conveniently carry your VR headset by your side. It is constructed from premium materials to hold up to the elements and heavy-duty zippers to prevent jamming. Exterior dimensions measure 9.5″ x 8″ x 4.5″ and allow the GO and accessories to stay organized when traveling.

Does Not come with VR Headset




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