The Oculus Quest 2 is one of the most popular VR headsets out there. Between its amazing built quality, fantastic performance, comfortable wearability and, of course, very affordable price, this VR Headset has become more and more popular with gamers (and casual users) all over the world, with no signs of stopping anytime soon. Even though Oculus Quest 2 is an amazing VR headset in itself it does not mean that the lenses that come pre-installed are right for every single user, particularly for those who need prescription glasses.
Wearing Prescription Glasses On Oculus Quest 2
For a long time now, VR has been a bit of a headache for those of us who need glasses in order to properly see the world. The Oculus Quest 2 lenses are not specialized for those who have eyesight problems or complications and so, it becomes very complicated to fully enjoy the beautiful virtual worlds that play out in these VR headsets. One of the most common things that people who have to wear glasses do when trying out Oculus Quest 2 is to actually wear their glasses while wearing the VR headset however, that is definitely not the way to do it.
When it comes to wearing prescription glasses alongside Oculus Quest 2, there are quite a few complications that might come to the surface. Naturally, wearing such a hefty piece of tech on your head while trying to balance it out with your glasses is not ideal in the slightest.
What Problems Can Arise?
One of the most obvious and clear issues that can arise when wearing prescription glasses alongside your Oculus Quest 2 is comfortability. VR headsets are designed to be comfortable so you can immerse yourself in the virtual world a lot more easily and efficiently. Wearing prescription glasses while having such a headset on your head can be incredibly uncomfortable. These headsets often weigh down on the head (no matter how light they are) which, combined with having to hear glasses can truly make for some very uncomfortable gaming sessions.
Another (and perhaps the most important) unpleasant aspect of having to wear prescription glasses on your Oculus Quest 2 is that these might actually scratch your glasses’ lenses, permanently damaging them. As you are moving around and playing your VR game, it is only natural that the VR headset might move a little bit with your own motion. While moving would not be a problem if you were using the glasses on their own, the fact that you have another pair of lenses (and plastic) so closely in front of them can definitely make it so sharp or hard edges scratch your lenses.
VR Prescription Lenses For Oculus Quest 2
As we’ve mentioned before, there is absolutely no benefit that could come from wearing your prescription glasses at the same time as you’re wearing your Oculus Quest 2 headset, however, there is a much more efficient and simple way to be able to see your VR worlds as clear as you see with your glasses on. VR Wave prescription lenses are specially designed to solve the problem that has been plaguing the VR space for so many years now. With the VR Wave prescription lenses, you can have clear visuals right there on your Oculus Quest 2 headset as if they were an integral and original part of it.
What Does VR Wave Prescription Lenses Offer?
VR Waves specializes in providing gamers and VR enthusiasts with the best and thinnest prescription lenses for the Oculus Quest 2 (among many others). The reason why their prescription lenses are the best on the market is, not only, because of their premium quality but, also, because of how thin and easily attachable they are. It is incredibly easy to put these lenses on your VR headset (due to their magnetic attachments) and, it is just as easy to wear it, making it feel as if these lenses have been a part of your Oculus Quest 2 headset all along!
Because VR Wave is so dedicated to providing gamers and VR enthusiasts with the right lenses for their eyes, they offer all kinds of customization options (in terms of the lenses SPH, CYL and AXS) so your lenses work as perfectly for you as your prescription glasses should! With a wide range of magnification on offer, such as lenses for farsightedness (up to +8.50) and astigmatism (CYL –2.00 to +2.00 and beyond), there is always the certainty that you’ll be able to see your virtual worlds crystal clear with their lenses!
Every lens is tailor-made and carefully crafted with the prescription information you provide in order to be unique to your eyes so everything is crystal clear when using them.
Oculus Quest prescription lenses are some of the most affordable prescription lenses for Oculus Quest 2 (and others) out there when considering the premium quality and optimized customization. The price varies from USD$60 to USD$195 depending on the SPH, CYL and AXS specification for each lens, as well as if you consider additions such as Anti-Glare Coating and Blue Light Filter. It is a great relationship between quality and price that is unmatched by many other similar companies on the market.
When it comes to shipping, VR Wave is dedicated to bringing their premium prescription lenses for Oculus Quest 2 (and others) for everyone around the globe. They offer worldwide shipping so, regardless of whether you live in the north, south, western or eastern part of the world, you can rest assured that you’ll be able to enjoy these lenses, regardless of where you live! Free shipping is offered for orders above USD$140, regardless of region. These delivery times are including manufacturing time, which can take around 7 days.
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Blue light is another very important aspect to consider when purchasing prescription lenses for your Oculus Quest 2 VR Headset and VR Wave has you covered!
What Is Blue Light?
Blue light is a type of light ray that is commonly emitted by electronic devices, including the Oculus Quest 2! Under prolonged exposure, blue light can be quite detrimental to one’s eyes, possibly decreasing contrast which can lead to digital eye strain (with its symptoms being sore or irritated eyes, difficulty focusing, etc). Blue light can also affect the biological clock, disrupting sleep schedules, which can be very detrimental in the long term.
VR Wave Blue Light Filter
Luckily, VR Wave has you covered when it comes to protecting your eyes from blue light. Their blue light filter can reduce the side effects of blue light as well as the direct impact that it might have on your eyes!