Black Friday Deal: Anker's Oculus Quest 2 Charging Stand is on Sale for Amazon Prime Members

If you decided to pick up an Oculus Quest 2 for Black Friday this year and you are looking for a way to flaunt your shiny new VR headset, you're in luck. Anker's amazing charging stand is on sale for Black Friday exclusively for those with an active membership to Amazon Prime.

Released nearly a year ago, Anker's product is a certified charging station for Oculus' current flagship VR headset. Normally retailing for around the $100 price, this is one of the rare instances we have seen this product discounted at all. Aside from being used to charge your Quest 2 when the battery is running low, the design also allows the product to double as a display when you're not using the Quest 2 or controllers.

Anker's Quest 2 Charging Dock connects the Oculus Quest 2 using a magnetic USB-C connector and can fully charge your quest two in 2.5 hours. Alongside a place to charge the headset itself, the charging dock also has two spots to place your Touch controllers.

The packaging includes two rechargeable batteries, when placed inside the controllers along with the metallic pins (also included in the charging stand), the charging dock will also charge your Touch controllers, eliminating the need to consistently buy AA batteries.

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Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster


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