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Oculus Rift DK1 Virtual Reality Headset £39.99 or £35.00 make a offer pc2u4u / Ebay (free delivery)(CEX Offering £36 Voucher)
Oculus Rift DK1 Virtual Reality Headset £39.99 or £35.00 make a offer  pc2u4u / Ebay (free delivery)(CEX Offering £36 Voucher)

Oculus Rift DK1 Virtual Reality Headset £39.99 or £35.00 make a offer pc2u4u / Ebay (free delivery)(CEX Offering £36 Voucher)

Buy forBuy forBuy for£39.99
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I made a offer for £35 and was accepted bargain even though its dk1

The Oculus Rift DK1 is perfect for any VR enthusiast.
Play your games with a realism you never knew existed
Please make sure that your PC supports the Oculus Rift before purchasing.
A compatibility tool is available from
ocul.us/com…ool

Nvidia GTX 970 or AMD equivalent
Intel i5 4490 or AMD Equivalent
8GB + RAM
Compatible HDMI 1.3 Video Output
2 x USB 3.0 Ports
1 x USB 2.0 Port
Windows 7 SP1 or newer Operating System

Purchase Includes
Hard Case
Headset
Control Box
DVI/HDMI Adapter
6ft HDMI Cable
3ft USB Cable
3 types of lens
Over the head strap

If you have a lower spec pc or laptop and want to get this headet working use the runtime below.

developer.oculus.com/dow…ws/

Cex offering £48 voulcher
uk.webuy.com/pro…K01

40 Comments

I appreciate that this may not be ideal for gaming. But for the 3D painting and stuff would it be sufficient?

Original Poster

Yes even movies work for £35 bargain you only have to see how many have been sold they are selling like hot cakes lol.

Very cheap, although its 4 year old tech I'm still tempted!

Was going to buy but the seller doesn't post to Northern Ireland.

Original Poster

I got mine delivered very fast via dpd it comes in a very well wrapped box and everything is brand new sealed in the box cex are giving £45 exchange price so your quids in.

Buyer beware, DK1 "support" ended ages ago. They're a pain to get up and running in Windows 10 and not much modern VR will work

That's on top of the resolution issues. You know how people complain the resolution of PSVR and Rift isn't up to scratch? They're over 2x the resolution of DK1

Not for me as i can use my phone as VR and its Ultra HD even for games.
Would prefer to wait till new tech, get polished experience and use UHD for now as couldn't do with the low resolution.

Definitely can see why people are interested though as some phone VR headsets are this price alone. Also for those who are on a strict budget.

Still think its a good deal though
Edited by: "GasGaGlide" 14th Jul

Worth a punt for £35

Original Poster

If you don't like it can always sell to cex £48 exchange credit and buy something else.

Rhythmics

Buyer beware, DK1 "support" ended ages ago. They're a pain to get up and … Buyer beware, DK1 "support" ended ages ago. They're a pain to get up and running in Windows 10 and not much modern VR will workThat's on top of the resolution issues. You know how people complain the resolution of PSVR and Rift isn't up to scratch? They're over 2x the resolution of DK1


The DK2 seems a little better in that respect, but they're around £100 these days, not instant-buy territory.

Rhythmics39 m ago

Buyer beware, DK1 "support" ended ages ago. They're a pain to get up and …Buyer beware, DK1 "support" ended ages ago. They're a pain to get up and running in Windows 10 and not much modern VR will workThat's on top of the resolution issues. You know how people complain the resolution of PSVR and Rift isn't up to scratch? They're over 2x the resolution of DK1


Hows the porn for it?

Bought, because I want to try out vr for a substantial time and this is 10th the price of the current gen that is going to be obsolete in 2018, at the very least to what they will have on demo at events.

Expired, the [email protected] has raised the price.

Original Poster

roguesspam

Expired, the [email protected] has raised the price.


Make a offer.

Original Poster

The price will change from time to time will go lower then back up just need to keep a eye on it.

Original Poster

Price back to £39.99 or make offer £35.00

My nvidia 750gti doesn't meet requirements

Original Poster

Dave_dave69

My nvidia 750gti doesn't meet requirements


use this runtime and it will developer.oculus.com/dow…ws/

Pspvita

use this runtime and it will … use this runtime and it will https://developer.oculus.com/downloads/package/oculus-runtime-for-windows/



Thanks but I will give it a miss - I don't want to start messing with my machine that runs lovely right now.

£32 offer accepted by seller

Edited by: "tyliu" 14th Jul

Cheap for a reason. 1280 x 800 and screen door effect. Still it's cheap so if you want a play around..

Nice of you to take all my information from the other posting and turn it into a deal. You're welcome.
hotukdeals.com/dea…054
Edited by: "migavupe" 14th Jul

Coming from the same shop that sells what they call an "ULTRA FAST Quad Core Gaming PC" That's just an AMD A8 7600 with no graphics card, just its crappy onboard igpu. I mean the headsets are probably fine. But if there's an issue.. The kinda shops that pull this crap are generally less reputable.

tyliu44 m ago

£32 offer accepted by seller:)

Unlikely

Old oculus developers kit only any good for keeping as a memento of what is the past in vr , retro gaming etc, motion sickness was quite common with these and the reason many people sold them on including myself, google cardboard would be a cheaper and far better and cheaper way to experience what vr can do now unless you want to go down the route of vive etc.
But at £32 quid tempted just to stick it in a cupboard lol.

coventgamer

Unlikely


Why? There are other units selling for £31.99...

Fuse

Old oculus developers kit only any good for keeping as a memento of what … Old oculus developers kit only any good for keeping as a memento of what is the past in vr , retro gaming etc, motion sickness was quite common with these and the reason many people sold them on including myself, google cardboard would be a cheaper and far better and cheaper way to experience what vr can do now unless you want to go down the route of vive etc.But at £32 quid tempted just to stick it in a cupboard lol.



Come up with a bunch of reasons why you shouldn't get it but then still express an interest in buying. The epitome of a HUKD user.

Lawnmower man style VR. **** it, why not? Better to waste £40 than £400.

I wouldn't buy this if you want to actually experience good VR. It's very low resolution, no low persistence, only 60hz, no positional tracking, lacking software support, terrible screen door effect.

It's worth a buy as a collector's item for VR enthusiasts, though.

OdhranC23 h, 26 m ago

Was going to buy but the seller doesn't post to Northern Ireland.

Bloody clampets, why do some sellers not send here?!

All the buy it now units are gone.
A few auction units left, though with the now finite supply (and £40 price cap gone), I expect the prices will gradually rise.
I managed to snag one of the auctions for £33

Still not sure what I'm going to do with it; have a play then resell to cex? or keep it sealed bnib as a collectors item?
Probably the former

I just hope it doesn't put any of you off VR for life if you haven't tried it before. Resolution is really low, will be like running your eyeball over a cheese grater. One of the biggest complaints about high end VR is the resolution isn't high enough.

MSK.

I just hope it doesn't put any of you off VR for life if you haven't … I just hope it doesn't put any of you off VR for life if you haven't tried it before. Resolution is really low, will be like running your eyeball over a cheese grater. One of the biggest complaints about high end VR is the resolution isn't high enough.



Cost does a great job of tempering expectation (_;)

MSK.51 m ago

I just hope it doesn't put any of you off VR for life if you haven't tried …I just hope it doesn't put any of you off VR for life if you haven't tried it before. Resolution is really low, will be like running your eyeball over a cheese grater. One of the biggest complaints about high end VR is the resolution isn't high enough.

It can't be as bad as the virtual reality games I played in the mid 90s

Original Poster

More in stock.

Considering that you'll pay over £20 for one of those terrible smartphone-mount "VR headsets" which feel like you're looking through a pair of binoculars backwards, this is an absolute steal. With any luck it should appreciate in value over the coming years as well. Bought without hesitation.

I have a DK2 and i must say the reports of nothing working on it are rubbish. i have tried every free and a couple of paid games that don't require the touch controllers and 100% of them have worked, however the DK1 is much older and uses older architecture so there could be issues, personally i would go for a £70 DK2 off ebay.

Arrived, setup, working fine.

Only gotcha is that you have to download the legacy 0.8 Oculus drivers.
developer.oculus.com/dow…ws/

Now I'm just looking for good stuff to try with it!

Think I might have to finally pick up Elite Dangerous, as my favourite VR game so far is House of the Dying Sun.

Definitely a worthwhile purchase for VR uninitiated like myself, wanting to test the water; motion sickness is definitely an issue after prolonged use though. Quite tiring actually.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 18th Jul

TehJumpingJawa

Arrived, setup, working fine.Only gotcha is that you have to download the … Arrived, setup, working fine.Only gotcha is that you have to download the legacy 0.8 Oculus drivers.https://developer.oculus.com/downloads/package/oculus-runtime-for-windows/Now I'm just looking for good stuff to try with it!Think I might have to finally pick up Elite Dangerous, as my favourite VR game so far is House of the Dying Sun.Definitely a worthwhile purchase for VR uninitiated like myself, wanting to test the water; motion sickness is definitely an issue after prolonged use though. Quite tiring actually.



games.softpedia.com/get…tml

After trying the DK1 i've come to the conclusion that consumer VR still isn't quite there yet for a good percentage of the population. Namely those who wear glasses and don't have a pimple head

For novelty value alone this is worth £40, and it will probably even work on a GTX750.

cex voucher is 36 quid, please update
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