Charging your Index Controllers while you play lengthens your game time with the wrist mounted battery kit
It can fit most USB stick batteries Wrist straps work with virtually any type of USB stick battery
The angle of the USB cable promotes ergonomics and prevents the cable from getting caught accidentally
The battery holder is mounted to the wrist and the wrist strap is attached to the battery holder. Battery packs for USB don't come with the device
Questions & Answers
What is the best option, the two of them or just one? I know this is a stupid question, but which does it come with?
There is a package with both. A right angle charging cable is included with them as well. There's nothing wrong with the batteries or the controllers, just that they're not there.
Do batteries last for many hours after they are charged? How many mAh does a battery have?
An item that holds a lipstick-style battery is this product. Neither a battery nor a charger is included
Selected User Reviews For DeadEyeVR Valve Index Wrist Mounted Battery Kit - Accessory That Charges Your Controllers While Playing
Well, it does what it is supposed to do
That's just what it does. There are issues with the stitching and the quality of the material. It is noticeable that the Velcro squares have not been fully stitched on the corners, causing them to fold up and prick They definitely need to be improved in quality, but overall they work. It's not supposed to be like that, which is why I will fix the stitching myself. Having battery packs in the sleeves also restricts the ability of your wrist to bend, so don't wear these sleeves if you can't bend your wrist If you're going to use these, I wouldn't suggest doing too much activity that involves a lot of movement, due to the limitations of the battery packs. Despite being functional and not very comfortable, the slippers are handy. As a result, they achieve their goals. In no way do I regret my purchase, but I am definitely unhappy with the quality, but like I said, I will be fixing the.
| Mar 21, 2021
You may be surprised at how small the straps are
You do have to consider the thickness of the straps, but they do their job well and hold a lip stick pretty well. The battery is placed in a section of the device with no solid underside, which bulges out and puts pressure on a specific area of your arm. A bit of a cut off in circulation can be caused by this. This is to be expected as the batteries (Anker 5000mAh lipstick batteries) are also on the small side. It is a little tight on my arm since my forearms are thick, so I have to put the rear strap at the very end of the velcro, which in turn makes it very tight. This is another point of cerculation issues. However, the welcro is not stitched flat on the edges and there is no fabric on the outside, so it is very scratchy. If possible, I would suggest that you position the battery so that the output is facing your hand, not the other way around, since the cable is just a tad too short and you don't want to strain it to the point of breaking. It looks like a great idea, but there are some comfort and ergonomic issues. It's also a bit pricy for what it is.
| Apr 27, 2021
This product is OK, but there are a couple things that ruin it for me
The first problem is that it annoys me to wear it. It was already clear to me that this was going to happen, so I was ready They put the angled connector on the wrong end of the cable, but that is not as important. Due to the way the bottom of the controller is angled, the end that sticks out of the bottom will rest on your lap with the USB end sticking straight out. This could lead to a malfunction. It is likely to break the C ports on the controllers.
| Oct 23, 2020
I like your backup plan
These aren't something I use very often, but they're a great thing to have when I'm spending a long time in VR! I use Anker batteries for them. In my opinion, the only thing that's going to cause me problems is that for those batteries, it doesn't keep them from going flying during things We had to search for that battery for several months.
| Oct 26, 2020
It is a very useful product
Since I sleep in virtual reality a lot, I usually wake up without hands since my controllers have died, but this product solves the issue. I would highly recommend this VR headset if you have knuckles and like long VR sessions.
| Mar 18, 2021
It is not worth the effort
There is no doubt that they are somewhat of a pain to use, the cable is thick and durable, but that leads to restricted movement, and the bands are quite uncomfortable. The quality of the materials is nice, though.
| Mar 23, 2021
For extended VR play, it works as intended
For the purposes for which they are designed, they work incredibly well. Despite being fairly easy to strap on, they fit my lipstick batteries comfortably and snugly without moving, and the cables provided are long enough. If you need extra battery life during a long session without sitting down and charging, this is the product to use.
| Oct 02, 2020
Non-profit of the year Charge your VR phones with these DIY VR chargers
The problem of controller charge time is not currently being filled in a mass-produced product, and DIY is usually the only option. The VR controller that requires long charge times for VR is not available at this writing if you don't have a home charger That looks like a good solution so I'd take it.
| Jan 21, 2021