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Freefly Mobile Virtual Reality Headset with Crossfire Triggers
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- One of the highest field of views on the market (up to 120°)
- Compatible with iPhone 7 and most modern smartphones with easy access to headphone socket due to its fully adjustable design (fits smartphone length 165mm-135mm/6.5"-5.3")
- No external controller required for most games, because of dual Crossfire™ capacitive touch triggers
- Compatible with all Google Cardboard games on the Apple App store and Google Play
- Comfortable to wear due to its lightweight design and perforated breathable faux-leather that molds to the shape of the user’s face and custom ventilation system to allow for extended gameplay; The Freefly beyond is not meant to be used with glasses. Please remove your glasses before use ; Lenses are not adjustable
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Go beyond Reality. The Freefly beyond takes gaming beyond the laws of physics. Selected as the Best for VR gaming, the Freefly beyond is the best possible for those who love mobile gaming. With refined usability, the Freefly beyond makes mobile virtual reality more interactive, more social, more immersive and even easier to use, whilst the dual Crossfire triggers allow for high-end action-packed 3D gaming experiences. Play with friends in amazing virtual worlds no matter where you are while surrounded by awe-inspiring 3D visuals thanks to its crystal clear cinematic lenses. Features Up to 120-degrees Field of View - the largest in mobile VR Compatible with most modern smartphones with easy access to headphone socket due to its fully adjustable design Fits smartphone length 165mm-135mm The Freefly beyond is compatible with most iOS and Android smartphones, including iPhone 7 No external controller required for most games, because of dual Crossfire capacitive touch triggers Compatible with all Google Cardboard games on the Apple App store and Google Play Comfortable to wear due to its lightweight design and perforated breathable faux-leather that molds into the shape of the users face Custom ventilation system to allow for extended gameplay Dimensions (w x h x d) - 18 x 15 x 11 Weight - 305 grams (.067lbs)
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Why then would I recommend the Freefly? Well, as mentioned before, it fits nicely and uses quality parts. Also, the dark space between the eyes in the middle of many cheaper VR units is nonexistent. So you don't feel like you're looking into a VR world through goggles - it feels more like you're actually there. This effect is done by basically makes the lenses a bit more convex which joins the two VR images a bit better, which can really mess with some people's equilibrium.
Long story short, you might buy this and it straight up doesn't work for you because you can't adjust the lenses to your specific eye, and thus it's useless. But those people are generally the exception I find. Regardless, it's an expensive risk. I would absolutely recommend this is you have money burning a hole in your pocket since it's a really nice unit, but there are cheaper and totally effective VR units out there as well.
Nobody in our house needs or wears glasses. We have tried three other inexpensive VR headsets and all of us saw very clearly through each of them with some very simple adjusting.
It was too bad that we had to pack up and return the Freefly VR beyond headset because it really is the most comfortable (by far) and it comes with an impressive case to keep it safe. Unfortunately, everything was blurry (every one of us agreed it was much blurrier than even the cheapest alternative) so it has been packed up and is getting returned. If Freely designs a headset with quality lenses that can be focused then I would probably buy it. Without the ability to focus it is just not worth having.
Didn't get to play with it much though (it was a gift), the person I got it for had an iphone with a bulging battery and it wouldn't fit in the headset. My phone is too large (Nexus 6p)