Entertainment for all ages. – KREN’s 3D IMAX VR Virtual Reality Headset Glasses with Remote.

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I was afforded the opportunity to review KREN’s 3D IMAX VR Virtual Reality Headset Glasses For 4~6 inch Smartphones for 3D Movies and Games with wireless bluetooth remote controller, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. This product arrives as shown. In your package you will get the headset, the remote, 1 micro USB cord, 1 plastic key, 1 microfiber cleaning cloth, and an instruction pamphlet.

I giggled at the instruction pamphlet. It gives minimal information in some areas. For example, it states to download APP. Does it tell you which, nope, lol. I went to my Google Playstore and downloaded this one: VaR’s VR Video Player. It is free and had 4.2 stars with a lot of downloads. There is the Google Cardboard VR App, but I didn’t want that one. Once you download the app, go ahead and download a bunch of free games from your Playstore. Just do a search for VR, and everything will pop up. We downloaded 7 different themes and games. In one game my son was a dinosaur and went around eating goats, lol. We did an aquarium app and my 70 year old mom was absolutely amazed. We did other apps, like a rollercoaster app, and asteroid game app, a safari app, and a Jurassic world app, and so on. There are just so many, and they are so cool. It is so much fun to watch people with the VR glasses on. The reactions are hilarious. I have a huge phone too. I have a backup phone I may dedicate to this, but for the test I pushed the boundaries and used my huge, Samsung Galaxy Note 5 phone, and it fit, and it worked perfectly in this product. I did have to take my phone out of my Otterbox Defender case though. It is slated to work on phones that are sized from 3.5” to 6”, so I was happy to see that my phone fit in perfectly. The lens cover is magnetic, and easy to put on and off. To open the compartment to put your phone in the phone holder, it’s easiest to use the finger holds on the sides. It opens so easily this way. It also has a strong magnetic closure. The head strap itself is the type that also goes over your head. Both the top strap and the side straps are adjustable via Velcro. The viewing area is also adjustable with both reels on the top of the unit and the sides. We actually never needed to adjust them for ourselves. When you are viewing your app, just don’t look straight ahead, you will need to turn your head from side to side to really see everything going on, it’s amazing. The remote control works via Bluetooth. It came up as MOCUR-039_A31-Bo67, and it paired with my phone right away. The remote takes a little practice. The large white button looking thing is actually a cursor. Just move it to what you want to click on, and then press the select button. You can press X to adjust the volume up, and A to adjust the volume down. There are also separate volume – an + buttons on the backside of the remote as well. The Y button takes you to your phones home screen, so careful, lol. I kept pressing that at first. The remote doesn’t take batteries either. I like that. You just need to remember to throw it on the charger. It charges with the micro USB cord included in the package. Overall I absolutely love, love, love this thing. These VR glasses and remote work really well. They are quite user friendly and afford a lot of entertainment for all ages. It’s a very affordable form of entertainment, and I am very comfortable recommending this product.

If you would like to purchase these VR Glasses, they can be found here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B018G9QJ6U?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage

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