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Don't miss out on this VR headset for just $10 at Amazon

Update: This deal is back with a lower price, so be sure to give it another look!

Habor is offering the newest version of its virtual reality headset for just $10 (opens in new tab) at Amazon with coupon code CDYAH6NZ. Whether you are looking to try out VR for the first time or grab a headset for your kids, this deal is the perfect opportunity to do so without breaking the bank. The headset is compatible with a wide range of phones with screen sizes between 4 and 6-inches.

It will work with iPhone, Windows Phone and Android, so no one has to miss out on the fun here. Remember, you will need to use coupon code CDYAH6NZ for the full savings. We don't know how long this deal will last, so if you are interested, be sure to place your order soon!

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Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.

  • Hey hey! I never get to be the first commenter! :-) Okay, so this is SUPER tempting for me, and I have the cash to do it. Here are my concerns: It doesn't have any kind of controls. Now that's no biggie if a third party Bluetooth controller will do the trick, but there's a lot of noise in the product review section on Amazon that getting 3rd party Bluetooth controllers to work on iPhone for VR is particularly problematic. So that could be a deal breaker. Does anyone know of any good 3rd party controllers that do themselves any kind of justice on iOS? If so, I might just have to nab one of these bad boys! Thanks all! :-)
  • The real question is, how do we get them for FREE? If you look at the Amazon reviews — and I see this for a lot of phone accessories — people are saying that they got the thing for free in exchange for an "honest review," whatever that is. I don't think the reviews are honest at all if they're all either employees of the company, or otherwise were given the product for free. Honestly, when I see that in reviews, the product becomes an instant no-buy for me. There's got to be something wrong with it if they're paying for reviews, right? It seems to me that there's a basic formula for these Google VR products, whatever you call them, and that any company with the formula, which I believe is freely available, it isn't patented, can make a decent set. So there really shouldn't be any negative reviews. Nor anything expected to be wrong with it. But at the same time, if all those people can get in on the deal, I want in on that as well. Otherwise, I'm going to buy from a company that plays fair, even if I pay a couple bucks more.
  • When I tried to use the coupon code it only gave $15 off making the price $34.99. This article was posted Oct. 27, 2016 11:11 am EDT and I tried to purchase same day at 9 pm EDT. I might have purchased for $10 but $34.99 I'll wait for a better deal.
  • Not working at all now.