All our lives we’ve heard far-fetched promises of a future where our games, TV and movie experiences are fully immersive in a virtual reality platform. And now, the sci-fi daydream is a surprisingly affordable reality with The Virtual Reality Box Headset, available for a limited time at just $18.99.

With a stylish white “Stormtrooper” design, the Virtual Reality Box Headset turns your smartphone into a VR-capable device. Just set your phone into the sliding tray, while the one-size-fits-all design allows you to adjust the headset, lens distance and focus for an optimal fit, even while wearing glasses. The VR Box Headset is compatible with phone models running up to and including iPhone 6s Plus.

The accompanying VR app uses your phone to render a set of stereoscopic images, which your eyes then process as a single 3-dimensional image. A variety of apps in both the iOS App Store and Google Play Store will help you explore the world of Virtual Reality, getting you in on the ground level of this exhilarating new era of entertainment tech.

Play VR games in virtually limitless new worlds, watch movies with incredible immersive depth in a virtual cinema, or explore dedicated VR demo apps with a wide range of accessibility. Your Virtual Reality Box Headset is now 36 percent off for a limited time, with international shipping available.

  • KiKO4LiFE

    Yea bought Bobo Z4 VR after mediocre experience with noon VR

    • slamfest

      I have the Bobo Z4 VR as well. Are you having issues the OK button not registering contact on your iphone? Mine does not work at all.

      • KiKO4LiFE

        It does work but depends on the app, google cardboard doesn’t work c-c , cuz the button touches the center bottom of the screen

        when the iphone gets dimmed cuz of screen time out, the button does indeed awake it

      • slamfest

        I must have a bad unit then. Maybe I’ll return for a new one. Thanks.

  • Picked it up. Haven’t dabbled into VR but for the price it’s worth messing with.

  • Rowan09

    After using and owning the Samsung VR, I’m not really fond of using a VR right now. When I’m watching Netflix it’s very pixelated. I would have hoped for the Samsung VR to be clear but it’s not the case and uncomfortable. I would like to try this headset but only if it’s actually HD when watching movies.

    • Jay Dee

      Yeah, I tried Samsung VR with the S7 and I was surprised by how low res it looked. The iPhone would look even worse, considering it’s lower pixel density.

      • Rowan09

        I would assume so. I would like to try the PlayStation Morpheus or the Oculus Rift because if it’s the same or similar, no thank you.