Razer announced its Facial Interface and Adjustable Head Strap System for Quest 3 is now available in the US, Canada, and Europe.

Priced at $70 each, the accessories essentially are the Quest 3 versions of the previously released Facial Interface and Adjustable Head Strap System for Quest 2, which was released in March 2023.

The Facial Interface is made of a soft injection-molded silicone free from latex and PU/TPE additives, and boasts a snug fit which prevents light from spilling in, while airflow vents allow for warm, moist air to escape.

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The Adjustable Head Strap System is said to be built using “advanced composite materials,” making the strap flexible and stretchy to minimize pressure points on the head.

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Unlike Meta’s official Elite Strap ($80), Razer’s head strap system allows you to set the ideal fitting, and then take it on and off like a baseball cap during future sessions so you don’t need to constantly readjust straps.

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You can grab both Razer’s Facial Interface and Adjustable Head Strap System over at Razer.com, Meta.com and other online retailers such as Amazon.com, priced at $70 each.

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This follows the release of another pricey Razer accessory, the company’s Razer Hammerhead HyperSpeed for Quest 2 and 3 which uses a USB-C dongle to provide a low-latency 2.4G Hz wireless connection from the headset to the ANC earbuds.


Looking for more Quest 3 accessories? Check out our guide to The Best Meta Quest 3 Accessories & Why You’ll Want Them to see some reliable, competitively priced stuff on offer right now.

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  • Arno van Wingerde

    That strap, which resembles my Abnoe strap, might be a great alternative for the huge and heavy battery straps, like my BoboVR S3Pro. Setting up the length once, then very quickly put on/off. I suspect the straps can take the weight of the Quest3 well. Of course, you may still require an external battery for extended play.

  • gothicvillas

    Without extended battery life i have a very little interest in Razor offering.

  • GunnyNinja

    Too much too late…

  • STL

    What I immediately would buy is a headstrap in halo style, such as PSVR. The Transnovo headstrap can be tweaked in such a way, with an additional front strap. But this one just mimicks the AVP headstrap. The diver’s goggles approach will not prevail.

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