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Foam Replacement Cover | Oculus Go

$ 19.99 $ 16.99

Foam Replacement Cover | Oculus Go

  • Composition: composed of high-quality PU leather material mask and face cotton bottom pad. The PU leather mask is soft on the skin and easy to wipe clean between uses with antibacterial wipes

  • The mask Groove is specially designed so that your glass frame is free to move without being squeezed.Can give you a better VR experience

  • The PU leather mask and cotton bottom pad are affixed together with a velcro sticker.That allows you to attach and remove leather mask replacements with ease, making it possible to customize the fit to suit your face

  • The PU leather is specially designed for breathable,which has some small holes to help it breathe and is closer to the skin

  • PLEASE NOTE
    The Oculus GO Headset NOT Included

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