VR Cowl’s New Controller Grips & Halo Protectors Now Obtainable in Europe for Oculus Quest 2 – VRFocus
If you’ve just bought a new Oculus Quest 2 and are worried about hitting the controllers into walls or something you can’t get out of the way, protection solutions are available. The latest product is from VR Cover – better known for its face shields – with its now widely used Controller Grips and Halo Protectors.
The new accessories, released last week in North America, are now available in VR Cover’s European store. First and foremost are the ‘Controller Grips for Oculus Quest 2’, which both help to protect the controller from sweat and scratches and, thanks to the structured surface, offer more grip. There are also elastic ankle straps for a secure fit when you partake in these truly energetic VR experiences. Available in dark and light gray. The handles are available from retailers for EUR 29.00.
Then there is the Halo Controller Protector, which can help mitigate damage to the most sensitive part of the controller – the part that is most likely to be attached to a wall. These wrap around the ring to provide the much needed impact resistance, while any cut-out holes allow the tracking to function normally. The Halo Controller Protector costs € 15 per pair.
In addition to these brand new products, VR Cover has added two funky colors to its silicone cover family, orange and mint green. You now have six colors to choose from in case you want your VR game to be a little livelier.
VR Cover now offers a range of Oculus Quest 2 accessories based on your preferred needs. Go on to VRFocus’ For more information, see VR Cover’s facial products before you buy. And don’t forget to check out the Best Oculus Quest Games 2020 roundup to see which titles should be in your library.
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Senior Staff Writer at VRFocus who has been reporting on the VR industry for 5 years. Peter has been an avid gamer since the days of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum and enjoys covering all aspects of technology. from the latest consumer hardware to enterprise use cases.