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Rift ships only with a single foam insert.(r/oculus)
The Oculus apologists are trying to sell the idea that telling everyone for a long time glasses wearers would have an included facial interface is excused apparently by quietly removing it from the description a few hours before starting to take orders. So, why the complaints 4-eyes? This, of course, ignores the fact that all current bundles still promise that.
My question is that Rifts have been in production many months. Since manufacturing is a pretty nailed down, in-advance, to the sub-millimeter, process even months before manufacture starts, how can even a charitable interpretation argue anything excusing this? Where/when can pre-order people buy the accessory they need to use their $600 paperweight? I have astigmatism precluding contacts, BTW.
Oculus knew many months before preorders started, much less today when they are still making false promises, that they would not provide something many customers would need to use the device. Yet it is the customer’s fault for believing the item seller and we should just cancel if we don’t like it? I really disagree that this is an entitled reddit freakout.
What about all those people who don’t spend time here, only to get their package to find they can’t use it. And, apparently, it is their own entitled fault.