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Quest 3最佳充電方案!Kiwi Design SPC電池頭戴🔋

The best charging solution for Quest 3! Kiwi Design SPC Battery Headband 🔋

⚠️What is SPC? Meaning "Single-Point-Charging (Single-Point-Charging)"

Through the charging hole on the headset, you can charge the "Quest 3 console" and the "battery headset" at the same time!

Charge the Quest 3 console first to about 85%, and then switch to charging the SPC headset

After the headset is charged to 80%, then it is fully charged together with the host.


【What's included in the box】

SPC battery headband, detachable rear bracket and removable mask pad, wire clip, cleaning cloth and instructions.

[Installation steps]

To install the headset to the Quest 3 console, first attach the rear bracket to the headset, and then remove the Quest 3 mask. Next connect the headband connectors to the left and right arms of the device and make sure they are secure. Finally thread the top strap through the HMD's connector and reattach the mask. Adjust to the most comfortable position to re-enter the VR world.

【Three major advantages】

🌟Comfort

🌟Extend game time

🌟Charge the headband and Quest at the same time.

First of all, the KIWI design SPC battery head is much more comfortable to wear than the original headset. Not only is it secure, it won't pinch your head or ears, and the battery's weight-balanced design is ideal. Secondly, you can get an extra two to three hours of playtime with this headset. Whether it is connected to a fully charged host or connected when a low battery warning occurs, the use time can be extended. Finally, the "SPC Single Point Charging System" means you can connect the USB-C cable on the battery to the Quest 3 console, then plug the power supply into the headset battery to charge at the same time. If both the console and headset are out of power, you can charge them at the same time to save time. (Note: The Quest 3 console will be charged first to about 85%, and then the SPC headset will be charged. After the headset is charged to 80%, it will be fully charged with the console. It will take 7.5 hours for the SPC headset and the console to be fully charged .)

【Product Test】

The author tested action, rhythm, static sitting and shooting games. No matter what game is played, the additional support of the KIWI SPC battery headband makes the user more comfortable and secure, and the weight ratio is very balanced.

🔋The actual measurement results of extended use time are as follows:

Full power status:

  • Quest 3 enhanced gaming: The headset can last for about two hours with the Quest fully charged.
  • Non-enhanced gaming: lasts approximately two and a half hours, with Quest fully charged.
  • Mixed reality game: lasts about one and a half hours, Quest is fully charged.
  • When the screen is projected: about two hours of gaming, about one hour and fifteen minutes of mixed reality, and Quest is fully charged.

Battery warning status (battery about 15%):

  • Quest 3 enhanced gaming: The headband lasts about two hours, and the Quest battery is about 75%.
  • Non-enhanced game: lasts about two and a half hours, Quest battery is about 75%.
  • Mixed reality game: lasts about one hour and fifteen minutes, Quest battery is about 70%.
  • When the screen is projected: the game takes about two hours, and the Quest battery is about 75%; the mixed reality takes about one hour, and the Quest battery is about 60%.

【Evaluation】

So far, Kiwi Design’s SPC battery headset is the best headset I have ever used for Quest 3. Due to the even weight distribution of the rear battery, it feels very comfortable. The integrated headband makes the look neater and more elegant. The best thing is that the "SPC system" can charge the Quest 3 console and the headset at the same time, making charging extremely convenient!

【Recommended combination】

RGB Magnetic Charging Stand Display Stand|One-stop storage + charging⚡️Super convenient

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Source:

THE VR REALM

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