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Would my prescription lens inserts fit in the Rift S?

squidbreakfastsquidbreakfast Posts: 38
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So I got prescription lenses for my Oculus Rift for €95 and I was wondering if they would fit on the Rift S too. It would be a real bummer if they didn't. I'm about to pre-order the new HMD and I cannot find any info on this with my inferior google skills.

Any insights would much appreciated.
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  • lensmandavelensmandave Posts: 291
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    Yeah, that will be interesting to discover, I have the inserts too. However, the Rift S should be more accommodating for regular prescription glasses, so I'll find out next week :)
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  • squidbreakfastsquidbreakfast Posts: 38
    Brain Burst
    Yeah, that will be interesting to discover, I have the inserts too. However, the Rift S should be more accommodating for regular prescription glasses, so I'll find out next week :)
    Please do let us know :) you getting one?
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  • rservellorservello Posts: 32
    Brain Burst
    Yeah, that will be interesting to discover, I have the inserts too. However, the Rift S should be more accommodating for regular prescription glasses, so I'll find out next week :)
    Glasses are a LOT better in the S than CV1...that said...it's still not incredibly comfortable.  Inserts would def be better.
  • laudbrianlaudbrian Posts: 13
    NerveGear
    If you have a Rift S or Quest, I've been using these magnetic lens prescription adapters as they have totally changed my VR experience comfort wise, no more scratches or fog. Easy to remove if you're sharing with other users as the wife and kid have perfect eyesight. They are half the price of competitors WidomoVR, VR Optician and 3D printed just like the rest of them. All you need are these magnetic adapters https://www.etsy.com/listing/710848026/oculus-quest-rift-s-magnetic and $9.95 prescription lens from Zenni 
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