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BOBOVR M2 Pro Battery Pack Head Strap - Compatible with Quest 2,Magnetic Connection and Lightweight Design, Uninterrupted Power Supply

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Number of batteries 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
Battery cell composition Lithium Ion
Voltage 3.7 Volts
Reusability Rechargeable

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  • Reduce facial pressure: The gravity balance and distributed design is adopted, so that the gravity of the product is evenly distributed in different positions of the head, reducing facial pressure. The design has 5 different nodes that can be adjusted, which can be freely adjusted to the most comfortable state to adapt to different sizes of heads
  • Power supply is more convenient: The battery pack adopts a magnetic quick-release design, and the battery can be detached and charged, which does not affect the use of Quest2. Two battery packs are hot-swappable for unlimited battery life (the second battery pack needs to be purchased separately);
  • Reducing the weight of the head battery: We designed a dedicated battery pack B2 for the quest2, which weighs only 140g, which can balance the front and rear weights. Compared with the traditional power bank, the burden on the head is significantly reduced;
  • Double the battery life: The battery capacity of a single battery pack is 5200mah, which can fully charge the Quest2 once, adding about 2-3 hours of battery life (some high-power apps may shorten the battery life), and an additional USB-C interface. Can power other accessories like BOBOVR F2.
  • The redesigned shape of the back of the head brings a larger contact area and improves the overall wrapping and comfort; the stressed parts are replaced by polymer materials to improve toughness and further reduce the risk of fracture.

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Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on December 28, 2021
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4.0 out of 5 stars slippage but there's a workaround, read more below
By Just another nerd on November 20, 2021
Update 12/29: Still 4 out of 5 stars.
I received the Kiwi headstrap and concluded that the Bobovr is much superior in face comfort. Both are stable in their halo and traditional strap way. But after using a halo strap with the facial interface just lightly touching your face with no pressure, going back to a traditional one like the Kiwi where you have to tighten it to your face is a deal breaker.
Unless something catastrophic happens, I will be sticking with the Bobovr - it's not perfect as it requires a lot of fiddling to get a sweet spot and additional $$ for the extras (spare battery and facial interface with fan).

Update 12/19: Changed from 3 to 4 stars.
Well it's been a few weeks since I got this, I've since made a few more adjustments with my setup. I've removed the two top nubs and replaced it with one of the long foam straps I removed from the back. This makes the top and front very stable and comfortable (with some tinkering). It still tends to slip at the back especially when I'm sweating for a workout, but not as much as with the stock setup. I've since bought another battery and also the Kiwi so I can compare the two. Will update further.

Original Review:
My VR Background: I've been using a Vive Deluxe Audio Strap for active VR and the default strap + soft back cushion add on for chill/movie sessions. I've attached battery counterweights on both of my previous setups. I've been doing this setup since Quest 1.

Pros: This strap is lightweight, mostly plastic which is a change from my DAS (metal frame). Foam padding all around is soft. Overall construction is solid. The battery it comes with has a nice attached feel, very easy to take off/put on. Adds about another few hours to your play session. It has a built-in cable from the back that connects to the HMD's USB C port via an L connector. Finally packing this up is much easier and is not as bulky as my DAS.

Cons: Overall it's very slippery, remember this word while I lay out my reasons. The padding is definitely soft but too firm for me. I understand why they had to do this as because of slippage you will have to really tighten the halo enough to give some headaches (view reddit reviews). There's really a slim sweet spot for this setup as it's prone to wobbles, this could be attributed to having no top vertical strap and the padding not easily having any give. So playing active games you'll feel the HMD shake a bit and this contributes to some experiencing the back strap starting to slip up. The battery pack, it's definitely smaller that the packs I use which are 10 and 20k mah so the trade-off of having a lighter set up is that you will definitely have to charge the battery pack after every play session (if you say play about an hour or so every round or leave your Quest 2 powered on for a bit more for it to do background updates) or else your next session you'll likely be eating up your HMD's battery. Plus this battery mounting design is proprietary and you'll have to hope Bobovr puts out more battery packs (+$$). Finally it gets hot, for someone like me that sweats a lot this covers a lot of your forehead - and I'm prone to sweating a lot there.

Workaround: But there is hope! I really want to keep this as I like the overall use-case and having a strap where I can use my own over-ear headphones (the DAS has built-in ones that you'll have to unscrew if you want to use your own). Here's how I modified the M2 Pro, you won't really need anything except an extra foam facial interface (I used the thinner version of the 2 VR Cover ones that everyone should have gotten for free due to Facebook's facial interface recall - Google it)
1. Take off the back strap foam, it'll break off into two foam strips.
2. Take off the thick front forehead foam.
3. Take your extra facial interface and position it upside down while you stick it on the back strap. (view pic)
4. Take one of the two stock foam strips you got from the back strap and just stick it on the forehead strap. (view pic)

Reasoning and conclusions: By using a thinner facial interface in the back it has a wider middle part that can better cup the back of your head while the foam is still soft and plush enough for support. Replacing the forehead foam with just a thinner one makes it less hot and sticking it closer to the top where the M2 Pro's two head "foam nubs" are will take pressure off your forehead and move it a little above it where you have less blood vessels to constrict. I'm going to play with this setup more but I recommend you set your expectations as this strap does ticks some boxes but has some drawbacks too. Hopefully the workaround will be a long term solution for me, if it does then I'll update my 3 starts to something higher.

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philippe crepez
2.0 out of 5 stars Instable !
Reviewed in France 🇫🇷 on March 9, 2022
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5.0 out of 5 stars excellent comfortable chatting while you lay
Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on June 5, 2022
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ottimo head strap per Quest 2
Reviewed in Italy 🇮🇹 on January 18, 2022
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ottimo head strap per Quest 2
Reviewed in Italy 🇮🇹 on January 18, 2022
Come sapete il Quest 2 esce dalla fabrica con dei supporti in tessuto elastico, che in alcuni casi possono essere comodi (seduti su divano con poggiatesta o distesi a letto) ma in tutte le altre circostanze hanno grossi limiti ergonomici e anatomici.
Esistono altre soluzioni in commercio, a partire dal supporto opzionale della Oculus, l'Elite, che ha anche una versione più costosa con batteria supplementare. Tante (troppe) esperienze negative degli utenti che ne lamentano la rottura per considerarne l'acquisto; ci sono vari accessori per migliorarne la resa ma sanno molto di "pezze".
Tra quelle di terze parti le strap più apprezzate sono il Bobovr M2 (qui nella versione aggiornata PRO) e il Kiwi Design.
Questi due hanno un design differente ma non posso fare una comparazione diretta perchè non ho mai provato il Kiwi. Fondamentalmente il Kiwi è una versione migliorata dell'Elite e ha come vantaggio la possibilità di sollevare il visore dalla parte frontale (per intenderci, il gesto che si fa quando si mettono gli occhiali sopra la fronte); il Bobovr M2 PRO ha invece una struttura più articolata, con un pad che si appoggia sulla fronte e due piccoli sopra la testa, studiata probabilmente per alleggerire la pressione sulla faccia compensandola con un miglior bilanciamento, oltre alla batteria posteriore per alimentare in emergenza il quest2. Entrambi hanno sul retro una manopola per regolare e stringere sulla faccia il visore.

✅✅✅ PRO ✅✅✅
- La batteria. Non ho comprato questa strap per quello ma alla fine si rivela l'optional più utile. Niente accrocchi strani e attaccati in maniera subottimale. Durata di utilizzo dell'oculus raddoppiata. Il sistema di aggancio è magnetico e stabilissimo perchè i magneti sono molto efficaci, ed è pure molto comodo perchè permette il posizionamento anche alla cieca. Ci sono tasto di accensione e led di carica. C'è anche un bypass che permette di lasciare batteria e visore connessi e di caricare entrambi contemporaneamente. L'ingresso superiore di ricarica funge anche da uscita per caricare eventualmente altri accessori.
- Rende comodo il togliersi il visore, non è necessario allentare la presa dalla manopola in quanto basta sollevare la parte posteriore del supporto.
- Non avrete sgradevole sensazione di pressione su naso, fronte o zigomi. Il peso della struttura (visore+supporto) viene ben bilanciato davanti, sopra e dietro, anche grazie alla batteria.
- E' ricco di cuscinetti pieni di imbottitura che lo rendono comodissimo. Tutti possono essere facilmente rimossi perchè attaccati tramite velcro. Il rivestimento è in finta pelle (non sfilabile).

❌❌❌ CONTRO ❌❌❌
- Rispetto ad altri sistemi è più difficile avere la massima pressione sulla fronte garantendosi una stabilità del 100%, quindi bisognerà regolare con attenzione lo strap sulla fronte (che può essere alzato/abbassato di qualche centimetro) ed eventualmente compensare con supporti facciali più spessi.
- Non si può sollevare il visore per dare una sguardo veloce al mondo fisico.
- Non ha un sistema passacavo e ha un cavo per la ricarica del visore un pò troppo lungo. In realtà si può sistemarlo facendolo girare e inserendolo nel velcro dei cuscinetti, come si vede nelle foto.
- Gli snodi arretrati (quelli con la placca rotonda bianca) sono un pò cedevoli e anche se c'è una vite sconsiglio di stringerla ulteriormente (io l'ho fatto un minimo). E' un difetto di poco conto, perchè di fatto non incide sulle funzionalità ma solo sulla maneggiabilità.
- La plastiche sono un pò leggerine anche se ben assemblate. Probabilmente è una scelta obbligata.
- Viene ridotta la portabilità dell'oculus, ma onestamente è uno di quei casi in cui non si può avere botte piena e moglie ubriaca. Esiste una custodia specifica Bobovr, non disponibile su Amazon nel momento in cui scrivo la recensione.

- Pad (cuscinetti) più spessi, di materiale migliore e pad posteriore e superiori corretti nella forma.
- Batteria supplementare solo nella versione M2 PRO (una nella confezione, con possibilità di acquistarne altre)
- La prima versione aveva una fascia in tessuto longitudinale che qui manca; probabilmente era utile solo per regolare il maniera esatta il fine corsa posteriore.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ CONCLUSIONE ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Do 5 stelle nonostante i piccoli difetti. Ho messo tra i difetti una mancanza di perfetta stabilità ma sinceramente, anche per il mio modo di giocare poco frenetico, non ne ho notata. Anche il prezzo mi sembra adeguato. Attualmente è 69€, probabilmente andrà in offerta a 60.
Penso non esista un accessorio di questo tipo che sia perfetto. Non si può avere probabilmente una perfetta stabilità e una comodità massima allo stesso tempo. Se giocate in maniera molto aerobica, non sentite la mancanza di una batteria perfettamente integrata e volete un compromesso tra portabilità e comodità forse andrei con il Kiwi, se invece siete più rilassati e volete il massimo della comodità a discapito dell'ingombro andrei su questo. Eviterei l'Elite con batteria perchè costa troppo.
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Mathias S.
4.0 out of 5 stars Erster Eindruck gut, trägt deutlich zum Tragekomfort bei
Reviewed in Germany 🇩🇪 on March 31, 2022
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David Furman
4.0 out of 5 stars Great, but with a serious flaw that’s easily fixable
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 27, 2021
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great, but with a serious flaw that’s easily fixable
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 27, 2021
This headset is great, love the battery.

The one problem is that it doesn’t put equal pressure on my face, only on my forehead. In fact the bottom part of the face rest doesn’t even touch my cheeks…it just sort of hangs on my head…like a hat.
This means that whenever I shake my head, it’ll loosen and slip upwards. It gets really annoying fixing this constantly while playing.
I did find a fix though, and it’s to just not use a suggested strap to allow the headset to snugly fit against my face, applying equal pressure throughout. No idea why the strap is there but the experience is perfect if you just don’t use it at all.
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