Its material is sponge and soft PU leather, and its thickness is 11 mm, a great match for HTC's VR headset Dimensions are 22 by A 5 x 1 is equal to 13. The dimensions of 1 cm are 8 millimeters. The square root of 7 x 4 equals 14. The reciprocal of one is zero. Having a 43-inch chest
The foam is breathable and is designed to fit HTC Vive's VR headsets. PU leather is durable and soft, with holes so it's breathable and won't feel sweaty in summer.
The PU surface is easy to clean and doesn't produce sweat residue or bacteria you can use your vive with others without worrying about soaking sweat and it's secure The base supports up to 1,000 lbs.
A comforting surface for your headset cover that can reduce the pain from continuous use. This foam pad allows for continuous use of your headset without feeling uncomfortable.
Questions & Answers
Because HTC sells these for HTC Vive but not HTC Vive Pro, i assume these won't fit if HTC Vive pro is involved? Have they been tried by any professional owners?
As far as I know, they do fit the vive pro.
What is the compatibility of these with Vive Pro?
As far as I know, they fit my Vive. I'm not sure if they would fit the Pro but assume they would. Since they are thinner than factory foam, you can expect to see some condensation from your face or sweat when using them.
Selected User Reviews For 4 Pack 11 mm Pu Leather Foam Face Replacement Face Cover Pad Memory Foam for HTC Vive Headset, HTC Vive Accessories, Black
The HTC Vive, NOT the HTC Vive Pro, is what these are for
Regardless of whether you buy it for the HTC Vive or not, I gave four stars simply because that is the current consensus and I did not want to alter it. This seems reasonable if you buy it for the HTC Vive. There's a significant difference between the pro and eco models in terms of the face pad. On the Pro version of these, a lot of plastic can be seen. Moreover, the nose space is too small, which makes this device Having a reduced size made it so that I did not fit my glasses inside comfortably. I have had a pro and a non-pro set, and my glasses were not a problem with either in the way they were with a pro head set. I would like to see the following two changes made to this pad if it gets made in a larger size suitable for a professional. 1) The center mark during installation to ensure correct positioning. Visually, this refers to the cutout on either side of a pair of glasses for the arm. Here are three pictures I've attached to this message.
1) The original lives pro pad was laid flat over the non-pro pad, pushed flat by 2) The pad installed on my The left and right sides of the nose and the space between them are all clear to see. *3) A perfect match and extremely comfortable HTC Vive Pro face pad.
| Aug 20, 2020
This upgrade is very good If you work up a sweat while playing, you should stop
Considering the price of this upgrade, it's a very good deal. In addition to its comfort, I find that the visual quality in the Vive is highly dependent on getting the lens very close to the eye Comparing these to the original pads (see photo), they are quite thin. As a result, I found the "sweet spot" where the lens is focusing at its ideal is more forgiving, and I found the blur which escalates at the periphery to be less noticeable. Please keep in mind that this pad is even more annoying to use as a glasses wearer when adjusting your glasses than the original pad, which I found only mildly annoying to use. As for how I put my glasses on with the headset, I simply put them in the headset and put them on with that. The lenses are in danger of being touched, but I'm not sure how else to deal with it other than throwing in contacts or ordering prescription Vive lenses (which seems like a better idea everyday). My headset was killed the day I switched to this pad, actually the day after I killed my old headset. The game I was playing felt very strenuous (to me anyway) when I had no breaks for a couple hours. I eventually had to change the color of my headset so that SteamVR wouldn't detect it. When I cracked it open, sure enough there was moisture in the headset which entered through the microphone/seam where the shell connects and had worked its way to the sensors near the corners, where the most oxidization was evident. Under the headset shell, there isn't much space for the problem to grow, so tilting your head down or removing the headset and setting it down will only spread it. In my view, there is not much blame to be laid at the feet of the pad, but it didn't help much. In comparison to the OG pad, this thin pad was SOAKED to the extant I had never experienced. As I wait for my new headset from Ebay to arrive, I am watching for it to arrive. Even if it doesn't appear right away, I will still use them. A ticket for the theater is worth it because of the comfort and fidelity of the visuals. For a sweaty guy playing sweaty games on a device that is known for sweat damage, I need all the help I can get there, so I will stick with my foam pad as it has proven to be more effective for me over the years in extended, strenuous gaming Instead, I will stick to these pads for quiet games or games where I have to sit down.
| Nov 22, 2020
Visitors notice an enormous difference when they see these
Can you tell me how great HTC Vive is? It was so amazing to me that I invited my friends from work over to try One thing that is causing problems is that my workmates are big guys and trying to use the HTC Vive tends to make you I was so surprised to find that my stock face pad was soaked with sweat when he was done. In fact, I was not aware of it and after he left, I popped out almost. In order to introduce friends to the HTC Vive, I removed the original pad and swapped it with one of the ones included with the headset. I immediately went on the lookout for visitor pads for visitors. After washing my original pads in soap and water and letting them dry, they are fine. When guests come over, I simply take the soft pads off and give them this set, and no one even Despite not having used them yet, I wipe down those still in storage with a soft cloth whenever they get sweaty or dirty on the surface. It's a great product, I'll buy again if I have to, but I have been able to use the four packs for several months now.
| Aug 03, 2020
Garbage made with cheap materials
It comes in a pack of 4, so if one of them wears out, I can replace it. Is that right? It would be the case if just *one* of them hadn't been ripped open straight from the package. Even though the inside of these things is nice and firm, and the leather fabric is lovely and comfortable, I still won't wear them even for a few minutes because I know they wouldn't survive much longer on my face.
| Dec 28, 2020
It would be great if the center marker were present
The foam replacement is just as good as the ***This is an easy-to-clean cushion that provides just the right amount of cushion for maintaining the right amount of vision. The only thing I would like to point out is that there is no center bump of plastic that allows for accurate alignment, so I have encountered some issues.
| Feb 01, 2021
A great place to stay The reason I bought these was so I can easily swap them out when I have guests over to play virtual reality with me
While playing VR, some family members sweat excessively, and I find it annoying to put the headset on and have someone else's sweat pressed against my forehead during the experience. They are easy to clean with a lysol wipe and easy to peel off and stick on. They do not absorb sweat and do not absorb moisture.
| Sep 30, 2020
Gamer sweat is a thing of the past
Amazing! I can't believe how creative they are! The quality was good, they were inexpensive, and I liked that they came in a multi pack, which you can swap out when you have guests over for bathroom breaks. As a result of constantly playing and getting sweaty, I had to replace the old pads because the foam was soaked and smelly. There is not really any water affecting these, just my face, so I can easily wipe them off and keep them clean. The covering material is great too, as they never seem to get wet.
| Nov 20, 2020