VR Deals

Compare over 15 VR deals from 9 retailers, with prices starting from just £349.00 to £941.99. Our easy filtering system allows you to find the perfect VR headset and bundle.

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    Playstation VR for just £349.00

    Playstation VR

    Playstation 4

    1920 x 1080

    OLED

    £349.00

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    Playstation VR for just £349.99

    Playstation VR

    Playstation 4

    1920 x 1080

    OLED

    £349.99

    Pre-order
    Playstation VR for just £349.99

    Playstation VR

    Playstation 4

    1920 x 1080

    OLED

    £349.99

    In Stock
    Playstation VR for just £349.99

    Playstation VR

    Playstation 4

    1920 x 1080

    OLED

    £349.99

    In Stock
    Playstation VR for just £409.00

    Playstation VR

    Playstation 4

    1920 x 1080

    OLED

    £409.00

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    Playstation VR for just £499.00

    Playstation VR

    Playstation 4

    1920 x 1080

    OLED

    £499.00

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    Oculus Rift for just £549.00

    Oculus Rift

    PC

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

    £549.00

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    Oculus Rift for just £549.00

    Oculus Rift

    PC

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

    £549.00

    In Stock
    Oculus Rift for just £549.00

    Oculus Rift

    PC

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

    £549.00

    In Stock
    Oculus Rift + Oculus Touch for just £738.00
    Oculus Touch

    Oculus Rift

    PC

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

    Bundle info:
    • Oculus Touch

    £738.00

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    HTC Vive for just £759.00

    HTC Vive

    PC/SteamVR

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

    £759.00

    In Stock
    HTC Vive for just £759.00

    HTC Vive

    PC/SteamVR

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

    £759.00

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    HTC Vive for just £759.95

    HTC Vive

    PC/SteamVR

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

    £759.95

    In Stock
    Oculus Rift for just £775.55

    Oculus Rift

    PC

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

    £775.55

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    HTC Vive for just £941.99

    HTC Vive

    PC/SteamVR

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

    £941.99

    In Stock

    Learn more about VR Headsets

    Virtual reality headsets allow a user to enter a simulated environment rather than viewing it on a screen. When using a VR headset, the wearer is fully immersed into the 3d environment and able to interact with it. The goal of a VR headset is to make you believe that you are actually part of this new environment and remove the boundaries that come with the use of TV or computer.

    Understanding field of view

    Understanding field of view

    Field of view is what VR headset developers use to trick your mind into believing you are somewhere other than where you really are. Field of view is the amount of the environment you can see at any one time without moving your eyes. The higher the FOV, the more immersed you will feel, and the less you will experience ‘tunnel vision’ when wearing the VR headset.

    Understanding frame rate

    The rate at which images are displayed is called frame rate or sometimes refresh rate, and is usually expressed in hertz (hz). The higher the frame rate, the more immersive the experience will feel as your eyes will perceive everything as one continuous motion with no stuttering. Most VR headset developers are aiming for above 60hz, anything below that the user will not feel immersed and can suffer from motion sickness.

    Choosing a VR Deal

    When choosing a VR deal there are a couple of things to take into consideration. Budget will play one factor, but it’s important to think about what you want from your VR experience. Do you want to interact in the virtual reality world or are you content to just look around and have a 360° view?

    Our handy VR guide is here to help you navigate through all the VR deals and choose the one that is right for you.

    Stationary vs movement

    Currently, there are two types of VR headset: stationary headsets and movement tracking. Stationary headsets allow you to immerse yourself in the VR world, and look around, but you won’t be able to move in the environment. VR headsets with positional tracking allow you to walk around the simulated environment for an even more immersive experience. We compare VR deals across both types of headset.

    Weight and comfort

    Although weight may not seem like much of an issue, it is something that you might want to consider long term. The heavier the headset, the less you will be immersed into the experience and the more you will be concentrating on the discomfort on top of your head.

    Which platform?

    When choosing your VR deal it’s important to remember the platform it runs on. Some headsets run on Microsoft Windows, while others run on Steam VR, PS4 or Android. A couple of headsets even run on multiple platforms, expect this to become commonplace as more devices are released.

    Bundled items

    Just like game consoles, VR headsets are going to have items specific to them. Some come with their own accessories such as controllers, while others will have exclusive games. We’ve source all the latest bundled VR deals in our comparison table above.