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VR Stand | for Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S

$ 27.99

VR Stand | for Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S

AMVR VR Stand,Headset Display Holder and Controller Mount Station for Oculus Rift S / Oculus Quest Headset and Touch Controllers.
  • Specially designed for Displaying and Storing Oculus Rift S VR Headset and Oculus Quest All-In-One;
    VR Display Stand detachable design to be stored away and re-assemble easily!

  • Easy to use, with only four steps to assemble;
    Put your VR Headset and Wireless Controller in VR Stand to make your desktop neat and spectacular;Your friends will be impressed.

  • Protect and Display your Oculus Rift S / Oculus Quest Headset in the VR Headset Stand with the most stable, lowest center of gravity, widest stance

  • Compatibility - Compatible with most standard sized VR headsets including Oculus Go, PSVR-Sony Playstation VR, HTC Vive and Pro,Vive Focus,Samsung Gear VR, and other most all-in-one VR Glasses,but the controller incompatible.

  • Warranty: We warrant this device 18 MONTHS from date of the original purchase for manufacturer defects. If the device fails due to a manufacturing defect, please contact seller directly to initiate return and warranty process!

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