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Foam Replacement Cover | for Oculus Rift S

$ 29.99 $ 24.99

Foam Replacement Cover | for Oculus Rift S

Product Use Function:
Keep your Oculus Rift S Clean and Sweat-proof !
The PU leather foam face cover replacements enable you to wipe down your rift s headset after using.

Unique Product Design:
The PU Leather Foam Cover - The left and right sides of the PU leather foam cover are designed with a wide groove.
When the user wears glasses, the frame of the glasses is not squeezed by the PU leather foam cover and can be freely accessed.
This can enhance the user's VR experience.

The Facial Interface Soft Bracket - Original design,made of premium PC plastic base. Very easy and quick assembly to the oculus rift s headset!

The VR Lens Cover - Protects the oculus quest's glasses from scratches, dirt and dust.

Product Material:
The Facial Interface Bracket - Made of Premium PC Plastic.
The PU Leather Foam Cover Pad - Made of Premium PU Leather and Foam.
The Front & Rear Leather Bracket - Made of Premium PC Plastic and PU Leather & Foam.
The VR Lens Cover - Made of Premium EVA.

Packing List:
1 * Facial Interface Soft Bracket,
1 * PU Leather Foam Cover Pad,
1 * Front Leather Bracket,
1 * Rear Leather Bracket,
1 * VR Lens Cover,
1 * User's Manual

 

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