The Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality headset runs between 2 and 3 hours on a single charge. That’s long enough for casual users who are rarely immersed in virtual worlds for long stretches of time, but it’s not nearly enough for enthusiasts who use their Quest 2 headsets to watch movies, participate in virtual meetings, and socialize with people from around the world.
Rebuff Reality has now released a new battery pack that promises to solve this problem with its capacity of 10,000 mAh, which is enough for as many as 8 hours of gaming or around 10 hours of video streaming. The battery pack is called VR Power 2, and it’s the second generation of the company’s VR Power line, as its name suggests.
While just about any battery pack could theoretically be used to power the Quest 2 headset since it charges via a USB-C port, the VR Power 2 battery pack has several notable advantages.
To start with, it acts as a counterbalance, helping redistribute the weight of the headset and make it less front-heavy. It also has a USB-C port for accessories, so there’s nothing stopping you from connecting, let’s say, your Logitech G PRO gaming headset. The power button at the top of the unit doubles as a battery charge level indicator. Last but not least, the VR Power 2 battery pack is optimized for the ground up for the Quest 2 to run at maximum performance under all conditions.
You can buy the VR Power 2 battery pack for $69.99 from its official website. All purchases come with a 1-year limited warranty, 14-day money-back guarantee, and convenient tech support. Besides battery packs, Rebuff Reality offers several other Quest accessories, including a lens protector and custom controllers with improved grip.