The 10 Best Oculus Quest Travel Cases

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This wiki has been updated 18 times since it was first published in May of 2020. Whether you're taking your VR headset with you on vacation or just bringing it down the street to a friend's house, you'll want to make sure it's safe. These protective cases for the Oculus Quest all provide a convenient way to carry your game console with you wherever you go. Many of these will also accommodate the Quest 2, but it's best to verify this on the product's page before purchasing. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Dewvie Waterproof

2. Kootek Shockproof

3. Oculus Quest Travel Case

Editor's Notes

October 05, 2020:

While most cases are apparently very similar, there are definitely some that stand out while still offering top-notch protection for your console. Things like the fun color options of the Zaracle Hard Storage and the loads of extras in the Fromsky 7-Piece Bundle helped set them apart from similar products on the market.

We wanted to limit this list to cases specifically designed for the Oculus Quest, though there are a few that we felt deserved some recognition that flexibly suit most of the top VR headsets. The Navitech Heavy Duty has positive remarks from reviewers who used it for their Quests, and the Casematix TAC17-OCQT is very versatile and customizable, which coupled with its durable design, earned it a spot on this list. Note that if you're looking for a case for the Quest 2, either of these will work, as well as the Zaracle Hard Storage and KT-Case Storage Box. It's possible that others may work as well, but it would be best to verify this before purchasing.

For brand reputability alone, the official Oculus Quest Travel Case is a noteworthy option, and that's to say nothing of its compact design and the positive feedback regarding craftsmanship and durability. It is priced a bit higher than others on the list, especially when you consider it doesn't leave much space for accessories. For value alone, the Dewvie Waterproof is a tough item to beat. It offers features and quality comparable to most of the others on this list at a fraction of the price.

That said, each of these will suit a slightly different need. Those with more accessories may want the Dewvie Waterproof, Kootek Shockproof, Zaracle Hard Storage, or JSVER VC0311, as they can easily hold the headset, controllers, and charger and still have plenty of space for a portable power bank or a bluetooth gamepad (be sure to verify compatibility before purchasing any of these accessories). Conversely, the KT-Case Storage Box and Oculus Quest Travel Case are ideal for people that want a space-efficient option.

Those living in rainier climates may also want to consider something water resistant, such as the Dewvie Waterproof or Kootek Shockproof. The Zaracle Hard Storage, JSVER VC0311, and KT-Case Storage Box are all noted to be splash resistant, so they should offer some moisture protection as well.

Special Honors

Base Reality Business Edition FOUR-In-One If you are looking for a truly heavy-duty, professional grade option, consider this. It has two stacking layers of foam inserts, giving you space for up to four headsets and pairs of controllers, plus the lid houses several zippered pockets to store anything else you may need. This is primarily for people demonstrating at conventions and expos, so it would likely be overkill for anyone looking for something just for personal use, but if you need an easy way to safely transport multiple Quests, this could be a great option.

Oculus Quest 2 Carrying Case As mentioned a few times, many of the items in this list will be compatible with the Oculus Quest 2, but if you are looking for a case designed specifically to hold your Quest 2, the official Oculus brand product is a safe option. It's sturdy, lightweight, and offers a padded interior that can house the headset, controllers, charging cable, and a few other small accessories. It is not, however, recommended for the original Oculus Quest.

4. Zaracle Hard Storage

5. Fromsky 7-Piece Bundle

6. JSVER VC0311

7. KT-Case Storage Box

8. Hermitshell Black 2

9. Casematix TAC17-OCQT

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