The coloured VR Cover Facial Interface & Foam Replacement Set for Oculus Quest 2 offer hygiene and comfort. Also, a touch of fun. Use them in place of the stock facial gasket to upgrade the look and feel of your headset. Also, to elevate your Oculus Quest 2 experience.
The facial interface has passive air vents to reduce the build-up of exhaled air inside the headset. The foam replacements come in 2 versions. There’s the standard, which brings you closer to the lens for a wider FOV, and Comfort, a thicker, cushier pad. They install easily on the facial interface and can be adjusted for a custom fit. Best of all, they only need a few wipes to get them sweat-free and clean again.
For a more immersive experience, there is an attachable nose guard. This can use to minimize light leakage and prevent some of the hot air you exhale from entering the headset.
Great for individual use or sharing, the Facial Interface & Foam Replacement gives you everything you need for a more enjoyable time in VR.
The VR Cover Facial Interface & Foam Replacement Set for Oculus Quest 2 set includes:
- Facial Interface (Dark Blue)
- Standard PU Leather Foam Replacement (Black)
- Comfort PU Leather Foam Replacement (Black)
- Silicone Nose Guard (Dark Blue)
- Lens Cover
The official Oculus Quest 2 facial interface became increasingly uncomfortable after only 45-60 minutes and by then it was almost unbearable to wear, causing pain around my forehead.
With this replacement, I can wear the headset for 2+ hours with little to no discomfort. That’s the major positive here. However, the build quality is not so great, the plastic itself is pretty flimsy and doesn’t click into the headset with conviction like the original meaning it can become detached much more easily.
The padding is also attached to it via velcro which you have to align yourself. I found the padding to be larger than the frame I was trying to attach it to, so it took several attempts to get it “perfect”. As I have prescription lenses, I use the thicker comfort padding, as I not only wanted to make sure there was enough space in between but also wanted the maximum comfort!
I had no issue with space inside, so if you’re using prescription lenses or glasses you’re good to go, as the spacer from the original is incompatible. The noseguard is also quite effective, stopping light and helping resolve any misting caused by breathing.
Overall, the VR Cover Facial Interface & Foam Replacement Set for Oculus Quest 2 is definitely worth getting in terms of improving comfort, which is, of course, its main purpose. But the build quality and exaggerated price restrict it from achieving a maximum score.