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Storage Case | for Oculus Rift

$ 299.00

Storage Case | for Oculus Rift

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Protect your Oculus Rift virtual reality system and accessories with this dual-layer Pelican iM2600 case backed by a lifetime warranty.

  • Custom dual-layer design is the perfect all-in-one solution for storing and traveling with your Oculus Rift and accessories.

  • Watertight, crush-proof and dust-proof design ensured by four press-and-pull latches, vortex pressure-relieve valve, two padlockable hasps, double-layered soft-grip handle, and powerful hinges.


SUPPORTED ACCESSORIES

Oculus Rift Travel & Storage Case fits:

BULK ORDERS

The minimum quantity for bulk order is 5 cases. 60 cases fit on a pallet for bulk orders. Please email us for further inquiries and price breaks - [email protected]

EXTERIOR (L X W X D)

21.20" x 16.00" x 8.30" (53.8 x 40.6 x 21.1 cm)

WEIGHT

11.00 lbs (4.9 kg)

 

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