The case, which is its first ‘Approved for Oculus’ accessory, provides a snug and safe haven for the VR headset and accessories providing protection against sunlight, shock, splashes and scratches.
“Dazed has been crafted and designed specifically for the Oculus Go to protect and store the headset and accessories. The carry case is lightweight yet sturdy and is ideal for when you’re on-the-move, mitigating the risk of damage to the equipment. For consumers the message is “stash before you dash,” said Paul Jacobs, Exertis, director of business development and innovation.
“Priced attractively, it will be a great attach sale for retailers over the festive period and is the first of a range of Oculus approved accessories that will be available exclusively from Exertis.”
Dazed comes in a sleek textured black or smooth grey case that is colour matched to the Oculus Go. It comes with a precision moulded interior that fits around the headset and controller, keeping it securely in place. The mesh compartment keeps the Oculus Go charge cable on hand and a heavy gauge nylon carry strap makes it easy to take the headset on the more.
Oculus Go is standalone VR headset that can be used without the need of a PC set-up. It is also distributed exclusively by Exertis, which is an Oculus-approved accessory partner.
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