The Oculus Quest is a fine piece of hardware on its own (you can check out our review of it here), but like most other things, it’s not perfect. Fortunately, there are a ton of accessories that can improve your Quest experience, and it just so happens we’ve compiled a list of the best carrying cases and accessories available for the Oculus Quest right now.
It’s hard to go wrong with an official product, and the official Oculus Quest travel case offers the perfect blend of style and protection. It carries the headset itself, both Touch controllers, and the charger.
This case is designed for the Oculus Rift CV1, but the Oculus Quest fits in it as well. It has a hard shell exterior which will protect your headset more than the official Oculus Quest case, but this one is a lot larger considering it’s sturdier and has extra space for cameras. It’s a bit cheaper than the official case too, making this a nice alternative, especially if you own a CV1 as well.
This one’s kind of cheating because it isn’t exactly a case, but look at how neat and secure the Quest fits in its own packaging! It’s sleek, holds everything the Quest comes with, and has official Oculus branding! It’s not as portable as the official Quest carrying case or even the LTGEM hard case, but for free, it gets the job done.
The Oculus Quest’s integrated sound solution is acceptable, but it’s nothing when compared to actual headphones. With a wireless headset, the last thing you want is to have headphone wires get in your way. Luckily, the official Quest headphones have separate jacks for each earbud, making use of both of the headset’s headphone jacks and keeping wires out of your way. They’re a bit on the expensive side, but if you have any other wired headphones laying around, those will work just as fine.
Although the Quest might have some pretty comfortable foam, nothing beats a VR Cover. These were pretty popular with Rift and Vive owners, and now those of you with Quests can get your hands on some as well. These cotton covers are easy to install and are machine washable. Each set comes with two, so you can swap between them when one needs cleaning.
If you don’t want to leave your Quest on a table or desk when it’s not in use, then pick up one of these headset display stands. They’re reasonably priced and are compatible with pretty much any VR headset, not just the Quest.
While this stand is more expensive than the previous one, it’s designed specifically for Oculus headsets. It stores the headset and has spaces to hang both Touch controllers. It’s a neat way to display the entire setup instead of leaving the Touch controllers laying around.
Of course, if you’re still on the fence about the Oculus Quest, you can check out our glowing review of it here, or if you’re looking to pick up some games for your Oculus Quest, you can check out our review of Vader Immortal here. And if you’re wondering what all the hype is about with these new VR headsets, you can check out Everything We Know About Next-Gen Oculus Hardware.