As brilliant as the Nintendo Labo VR Kit is, the goggles that come with it don't include a strap. While Nintendo's intention is to make its own form of VR as welcoming, accessible and social as possible, obviously not everyone is taken with the hands-on design. As a result, we've seen a number of DIY straps created over the past few weeks, allowing Labo VR users to play games without having to hold the goggles up to their face with their hands.
New York-based accessory maker Sweat Proof Gaming has noticed the demand for hands-free VR on the Switch and has decided to release a comfort headset strap for the Labo VR goggles. These stretchy and adjustable straps can be attached to your goggles without needing to cut or modify the original cardboard design. The product also includes cushioning for your forehead, nose and the back of your head.
The strap is priced at US$13.99 and pre-orders start shipping next Monday on 29th April. If you're still on the fence, stay tuned for our hands-on impression very soon, as we test out the strap with the VR updates for Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Would you be interested in a headset strap for your Labo VR goggles? Tell us down in the comments.