This Quest 3 Battery Strap by Kiwi Design Embarrasses Meta’s Stock Strapby@limarc
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This Quest 3 Battery Strap by Kiwi Design Embarrasses Meta’s Stock Strap

by Limarc Ambalina6mMarch 23rd, 2024
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When it comes to VR accessories, I’ve reviewed almost every major thing on the market. Every hardcore VR user knows there are two important things when it comes to daily VR gaming: comfort, and battery. One accessory that can improve both of those things is a headstrap that houses a built-in mobile battery, or a “battery strap”. Let’s face it, the stock strap that comes with the Quest 3 is a complete joke. It almost offends me that Meta raises their prices every year and continues to find materials from the dollar store to make their stock strap. Thus, users have no option but to buy a new one, and Meta bets on that. That’s why they keep doing it and they make it simple to plug and play new straps into the headset; they’re too cheap and lazy to make a quality one of their own.
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