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Meta Quest 2 — Advanced All-In-One Virtual Reality Headset — 128 GB with Carrying Case and Elite Strap for Enhanced Support and Comfort in VR

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Style: Pro Bundle

Size: 128GB


  • Buy Meta Quest 2. Get Beat Saber. For a limited time, get the hit VR rhythm game included when you buy Meta Quest 2.* Keep your experience smooth and seamless, even as high speed action unfolds around you with a super-fast processor and high-resolution display.
  • All-In-One Gaming - With backward compatibility, you can explore new titles and old favorites in the expansive Quest content library
  • Premium custom carrying case for Oculus Quest 2 with durable protection
  • Fits the Oculus Quest 2 headset, controllers, charging cable and power adapter
  • Premium rigid hard strap enhances stability and ergonomics while playing, Flexible brace supports your head for longer, more comfortable playtime
  • Ultimate Control - Redesigned Oculus Touch controllers transport your movements directly into VR with intuitive controls
  • PC VR Compatible - Step into incredible Oculus Rift titles by connecting an Oculus Link cable to a compatible gaming PC. Oculus Link Cable sold separately
  • 3D Cinematic Sound - Hear in all directions with built-in speakers that deliver cinematic 3D positional audio


For ages 13 and up only. Offer valid with the purchase of a new Meta Quest 2 device (128GB or 256GB) (“Qualifying Product”) between August 1, 2022 12:01 AM PST– December 31, 2022 11:59 PM PST and while supplies last. User account (“Account”) required. Offer Item (digital content): Beat Saber in the Meta Quest Store (approx. retail value $29.99). Additional downloadable content, including future music packs and other content, sold separately. To receive Offer Item, Qualifying Product must be first activated between August 1, 2022 12:01 AM PST - January 31, 2023 11:59 PM PST through an Account without Beat Saber entitlement previously enabled on such account (“Activation”). Upon Activation, you will receive a notification message via email, in your mobile app, and in VR with a link to redeem the Offer Item from the Meta Quest Store. There are no redemption codes in connection with this Offer. Offer Item must be redeemed within 14 days upon Activation. Once redeemed, Offer Item remains available for download indefinitely. Limit of one (1) Offer Item per Qualifying Product, regardless of the number of Accounts connected to such Qualifying Product. Qualifying Products first activated through an Account with Beat Saber entitlement previously enabled are ineligible to receive Offer Item. Not valid on prior orders or purchases. Offer is non-transferable, not for resale, and not valid for cash or cash equivalent. Offer may be canceled or modified at any time without notice. Void where prohibited or restricted.

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Product Dimensions: 16.4 x 8.4 x 15.3 inches; 5.89 Pounds

Binding: Product Bundle

Item Weight: 5.89 pounds

Manufacturer: Meta Quest

Date First Available: August 24, 2021

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  • 64 more GEEBEES for 100 less MONEES
Style: Headset Only Size: 128GB
I mean what a good deal.
Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2021 by Geraldo Cotrim

  • Simply a game changer with a great price point!
Style: Headset Only Size: 128GB
This 128GB storage capacity is supposed to replace in full the previous 64GB version while keeping the same amazing price! I must admit this 128GB now suits most newer games which are usually massive in size. This is really an excellent space to store good/new/high quality games. Even giving the option to store/watch more 2D and 3D movies. I myself liked the head strap that comes with it, although I never tried the Elite Strap. I would also recommend getting an anti-scratch silicone ring protector if you wear a glass like me as this should help both: your glasses and the VR lenses from getting scratched. It will let you keep your glasses on while playing games or watching movies. Before you use the headset straight away, it needs a few tweaks here and there to ensure comfortable wear specifically for your head size and comfortable view for your eyes by adjusting both the strap sizing and placement as well as the IPD settings. A VR silicon cover is now included in the box which is a great addition for people with sensitive skin. This also resolves many of the complaints about skin irritation in the previous version. Being a classic PC gamer for many years, I would say VR technology is really something that every gamer should try. Just make sure that you are playing in a safe space and a specialized playing area! The Oculus Quest 2 is a fully standalone VR headset and I may also call it a “gaming monster”, with native built-in games if you don’t have a powerful gaming PC. It also works with steam VR games with no problem if you do have a gaming PC and you can connect them both using Steam link and the Oculus Link desktop app. The headset can have a refresh rate of up to 90Hz for some games, compared to only 72Hz on the previous model which also has a lower resolution. This is a big plus of course. Overall, in my opinion, this is the best VR headset around at this moment which can render up to near 4K resolution at 90hz. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2021 by Elazab

  • This has the best enjoyment/dollar value of just about any purchase ever.
Style: Headset Only Size: 128GB
This is my first and only VR experience. With that said, in just the first few minutes, during the setup and updating process, my mouth was agape. The tutorial had me smiling in wonder at the feeling of immersion. The apps available natively to the Quest 2 are varied and fun, if not cheap, but there are demos and free games out there. We like is so much, we are probably buying a second in the near future. However, my favorite piece of this requires use of a decent PC and fast Wi-Fi: Oculus AirLink, currently in Beta, is a cable free connection to the Oculus program on your computer that allows use of Oculus Rift and Steam VR games. These are generally games that need the extra processing power of a real GPU, and offer better graphics and more complex environments than the Quest alone can provide. Google Earth VR, a free app that isn't on the Quest natively is, for me, worth the price of admission on its own. Being able to walk among the skyscrapers of NYC, or play Gojira in Tokyo is awe inspiring. A couple of minor cons: Battery life is poor. During our first days, when we were using it especially heavily, I had a battery pack and USB-C cable connected to the Quest that we'd swap into pockets to add play time. They make improved head-strap setups that include provisions for holding a battery. About that strap, some in my family complained about it, so we may be shopping for an upgrade. I can live with it, however. In low light, the guardian, the virtual barrier that is set to keep you from running into walls, can flake out, dropping you out of the game. And lastly, a big con for some folks: This requires an active, real, Facebook account. Deactivating your account deactivates your Quest. Deleting you account deletes, permanently, all of your purchased apps, with no refund. There are lots of reports regarding problems with folks using fake names, secondary accounts, other folk's accounts, etc. When there are problems, Facebook will delete or lock accounts, and render your Quest a brick. Customer service is reportedly horrendous when trying to fix these problems. My advice would be to use your real account, don't fudge around, and you should be fine. Yes, they are tracking you, Yes they are subsidizing the prices of these thing by commodifying your data. However, unless you are already complete social media hermit, getting in bed a little deeper isn't going to alter your data footprint in any significant way. If you are here shopping on Amazon with a cellphone in your hand or pocket, worrying about Facebook is sort of pointless. TL;DR - GET ONE. It's a great value within the reach of many people. You can have a ton of fun without a PC, and even more with one. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2021 by L. Wyatt

  • Absolutely poorly thought out IPD fitting
Style: Headset Only Size: 128GB
Due to all the extremely positive tests and reviews on YouTube, I ordered my very first VR glasses. The operation is extremely good, especially Air Link via WLAN, no latency, everything responds directly. Now for the big problem, the IPD (interpupillary distance). I see everything blurry, why? Because the maximum IPD is 68mm. So I measured my IPD, it is almost 74mm. I did not know that you have to pay attention to this, you assume that the developers have thought about it and calculated everything, especially such a banality. Only 5-6 milimeters more! Why do you do that ? I found on Reddit and other forums, very many users who have the same problem. What were the developers thinking, please ? Measure your interpupillary distance beforehand, if it is greater than 68mm, the VR is completely unusable for you. I hope with the Quest 3, the problem will be fixed. Now I have to send the VR expensive back from Germany. Thanks for nothing. Best regards. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2021 by Goldhamster

  • Has to be one of the worst experiences ever
Style: Headset Only Size: 128GB
The Quest 2 requires you to use your real name and photos via a Facebook account to use essentially a video game system. This is beyond ridiculous. I do not want to use Facebook. I tried to create a dummy Facebook account and it suspended my account making me upload pictures of my face. What the hell!!! I just want to play some games. Shame on Facebook. Shame on Oculus. Shame on the employees working there. Shame shame shame. I’ll be returning this. This is why Facebook is a garbage company. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on November 20, 2021 by Jamie

  • Good device hate having to have Facebook
Style: Headset Only Size: 128GB
Good device hate having to have Facebook. Airlink is nice. Just completely stupid that you have to have a Facebook to even use the device. You are losing customers by forcing them to use Facebook.
Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2021 by Ridtabor

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