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VR Lens Lab Reviews

Prescription lenses for your VR headset

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  • I'm nearsighted. Why is it that when I'm using a VR headset the images still appear blurry when I don't wear my glasses if the headset is right on my face?
    Https:// and for example. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
  • PSVR2 prescription lenses.
    I've ordered from a couple times. Received my orders without any issues. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • I'm a pro and I'm not afraid. Me after few a mins.
    You can get prescription lenses for most VR headsets. has lenses for Valve, HTC, HP, and Facebook headsets. There are other sites that sell prescription lenses; you could also ask your optometrist and see if they have any recommendations. Or you can do like me and not wear any glasses or contacts for the first five months of using it daily, lol. I was only playing Beat Saber though, so ymmv. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
  • Quality prescription Lenses from VR-Optician are out now!
    I've seen has them, too. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
  • playing flat screen is hard as hell props to yall
    VR has completely changed Flight simming for me. The difference is so huge, and so much more immersive, that I will never go back to pancake mode. As far as glasses go, you can get prescription inserts that fit on top of the VR lenses (not those ADD ON Frames on one of your posts down the line) such as these so you don't even have to wear glasses in the VR headset. I use a Valve Index. I... - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
  • I want to get the quest 2 but I wear glasses
    You can buy lens protectors or better yet prescription lenses for the headset. There are a bunch of places that sell them. Https:// Https:// - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • Wanting to go to a VR gaming experience place, but I wear corrective lenses
    Yeah I mean I wear glasses all the time but have nearly perfect vision in vr, it's honestly kind of trippy. If you really need glasses then VR-Lens-Lab makes really good vr lenses that work with most headsets Not to mention my quest 1 and 2 came with a glasses space so you can actually (attempt to) wear glasses in vr. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • OG vive. I'm myopic only on one eye.
    This was the first google result that I saw. No clue how good they are. But you could start asking there. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Will VR become popular?
    You can purchase lense inserts, which I think is worth it. At least it was for me. I got them here: - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Will VR become popular?
    If you buy a VR setup, you will probably want to invest in some lens inserts like from these companies: or - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • [Blade & Sorcery] Extremely professional stealth kill
    Most VR headsets fit with glasses, there's also prescription options. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • IRacing in VR has been a major bummer.
    In terms of glasses I agree. I purchased a pair of VR glasses from they don't have a set specifically for the Pimax so I bought their generic glasses which are much better than regular glass but not perfect. They do have lens inserts for the G2. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Any prescription lens manufacturers that can ship an order before Christmas?
    VR Optician ships from EU, so I don't think that will arrive before Christmas. The only other vendors I know are Widmo VR and VR Lens Lab - but I have no idea about their shipping speed. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • I got myself an early birthday present.. :) I'm so excited! If anyone has advice of anything else I should get with it let me know!
    There are also companies like this that make custom clip-on lenses for your specific prescription, if it's too uncomfortable. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Recommendations for larger glasses?
    Option 1:You can buy custom lens inserts spesific to each headset and prescription from someone like these guys(I think there is more than 1 company so do your own research) - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Allow us to present our brand new DJI HD FPV Goggles & V2 Prescription Inserts (June & July 20% off with code RELAUNCH2021). For questions post a comment or contact us on our homepage. (Post kindly permitted by a mod)
    Sure you can either enter through our homepage or use this product link. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • I hate putting on contact lenses when using my Index.
    I used VRLensLab about a year ago and love them. It's the same company that also operates VRCover, which is pretty well known and trusted in the VR community. - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • Older folks wanting to get into VR?
    As far as accessories go there are several to consider. I wear glasses and can't stand having them crammed into a headset, it's uncomfortable and glasses can scuff up the lenses of the headset so I always order prescription lenses that snap into my headset when I get a new one. Those take a while to arrive so if you need prescription inserts it's good to order those as soon as you order the headset. Check out... - Source: Reddit / almost 2 years ago
  • Valve index and glasses.
    I use them, actually I use but same difference,, it is vastly better than wearing glasses. Much better FOV, you can get the lenses right upto your eyes. - Source: Reddit / about 2 years ago

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