It’s important to take care of your Oculus Quest 2 or Quest and secure it in a safe place. Keep in mind your limited warranty doesn’t cover normal wear and tear or physical damages.
To keep your Quest 2 or Quest safe, follow these tips:
To avoid damaging your lenses and display, keep your headset away from direct sunlight. Your headset can be permanently damaged from less than a minute of exposure to direct sunlight.
To avoid scratching your lenses, keep your headset away from sharp objects (example: cable tips, keys).
To avoid damaging your headset or straps, be gentle when adjusting your headset and tightening the straps.
Do not use or wear your headset while connected to the power adapter or charging.
Use the glasses spacer that comes in the box if you plan to wear glasses while using Quest 2.
To avoid general damage:
Don’t leave your headset in extremely hot locations (example: inside of a car).
Don’t leave your headset near heat sources (example: furnace).
Don’t leave your headset near pets or small children.
Don’t eat, drink or smoke near your headset.
Secure your headset in a safe place when you’re not using it.
To avoid damaging your lenses and display, keep your headset away from anywhere that it might get exposed to the sun.
To keep your Oculus Quest 2 or Quest safe from sun exposure, follow these tips:
Don't store or leave your headset anywhere where it can be exposed to sunlight. The lenses inside your headset can be permanently damaged from less than a minute of exposure to direct sunlight even if it's indoors.
Do not use your headset outdoors.
If you need to transport your headset, do so in a bag or case that keeps it safe and protected from direct sunlight.
Without wires or sensors, Quest 2 and Quest were meant to travel with you. The cases shown below can help protect your headset when you go from exploring in-VR, to traveling in the real world.
Keep in mind, both of these cases prioritize portability, which means that it was designed to hold everything that came with your headset, and nothing that didn't. To ensure the longevity of your case, place your headset and accessories in the cases as shown below, and be careful not to over-pack them with anything extra.
Oculus Quest 2 Carrying Case
To keep your Quest 2 safe when you're on the go, check out the Quest 2 Carrying Case. The Quest 2 case can carry your Oculus Quest 2 headset, along with an Elite Strap or Elite Strap With Battery, two Touch controllers, charging cable and power adapter.
Oculus Quest Travel Case
To keep your Quest safe while you're in transit, check out the Oculus Quest Travel Case. The case can help provide protection for your headset, touch controllers, charging cable, adapter, and extra batteries, while keeping everything together in a single convenient package.
The included lanyards are used to secure the Oculus Quest 2 or Quest controllers to your wrists during use. When you unbox your Quest 2, the lanyards will already be attached. If you need to remove and reattach your lanyards to your controllers:
If you need to remove and reattach your lanyards to your controllers:
Pick up one of your controllers and remove the battery cover by lightly sliding your thumb down the battery door until it comes loose.
On the inside edge of your controller, below the open battery compartment, you'll see a circular cutout. Slide the plastic end of your lanyard into the small hole in the center of the circular cutout. When the lanyard is seated correctly, the plastic piece sits entirely inside the hole.
Slide the string of your lanyard downward so that it's sitting in the lanyard cutout at the bottom of the controller. If it's seated correctly, it won't obstruct the battery door cover you removed in step one.
Slide the battery door cover back into place until it clicks and sits flush against the controller.
Before using, pull down on your lanyard to ensure it's securely connected to the controller and doesn't unseat the battery cover.
To properly adjust your Oculus Quest 2 headset:
To start, you'll want to gently adjust the lenses by shifting them left, then right until they click into the position that allows you to see what's on the screen most clearly.
Next, adjust the side straps. To do this, move the two sliders on either side of the top strap.
To loosen the side straps, move the sliders toward the top strap. To tighten the side straps, move the sliders away from the top strap.
After you move the sliders, re-center the top strap between the sliders so that the two sides are equal, and the top strap is centered on your head when you put the headset on.
Keep in mind, you'll need to remove the headset from your head to re-adjust the side straps with the sliders.
If you're wearing glasses, make sure to insert the glasses spacer. When you're ready to put the headset on, put it on from front to back.
Place the headset on your head, then remove it and make any additional adjustments to the side straps as needed.
Once you've got the side straps set, put your headset back on and adjust the top strap. You can adjust the top strap by pulling apart the velcro and re-attaching it so that your Quest 2 rests lightly on your face and the picture is clear.
You can fine tune your headset fit and clarity by gently moving the firm arms on either side of your Quest 2 up and down to adjust the angle of the headset against your face.
Please note, due to its light coloring, some hair dyes may come off on and change the color of your headstraps on your Quest 2. If this happens, you can wash your headstrap:
Remove your headstrap from your Quest 2:
Pull apart the velcro on the strap at the front of your headset.
Gently remove one of the firm arms from the side of your headset.
Slide the top strap off the detached firm arm.
Use cold water and soap to clean your headset strap.
Allow your headset strap to air dry, do not try to put it in a dryer.
Re-attach your headstrap to your Quest 2:
Slide the back loop of the headstrap over one of the detached firm arms.
Move the headstrap back to it's original position so that its centered between the side straps.
Slide the velcro part of the strap through the plastic loop at the top of the headset.
Follow the fit steps listed above to adjust your headset until it's resting lightly on your face, and the picture is clear.
It's important to take care of your Oculus products and clean them often. Cosmetic wear and tear and physical damages are not covered under warranty.
To clean your Oculus Quest 2 or Quest headset:
Use a dry cloth to clean the outside of your headset.
Use non-abrasive, anti-bacterial wipes to clean the straps and the facial interface foam. Don’t use alcohol or an abrasive cleaning solution.
To clean your Quest headset lenses:
Use a dry optical lens micro-fiber cloth to clean your headset lenses. Don’t use liquid or chemical cleansers.
Starting from the center of the lens, gently wipe the lens in a circular motion moving outwards.
To clean your Quest 2 or Quest controllers:
Use a dry cloth or non-abrasive anti-bacterial wipes to clean your remote. Don’t use alcohol or an abrasive cleaning solution.