When I saw this headset I thought it had to be too good to be true. The sliding magnet on the side to simulate a screen tap, built in retracting headphones with volume controls, and CARDBOARD ready.
Unfortunately, I was right. The magnet fell off first day and its counterpart inside has been rattling around since. Couldn't get it back in position even with a more powerful magnet. The volume buttons dont work on all applications, which sucks when your playing online and an add loads midgame that is 10X the games volume.
A special warning to Motorola Droid Turbo 2 owners, the audio cord is on the right side of the headset. This means your power/volume buttons will be pressing right into the ledge the phone is meant to rest on. Also, some VR apps will be SURE that your phone is upside down and flip the screen on you, making you choose between rotating it 180
and not hearing anything, or leaving it having sound but the picture be upside down.
Lastly, CARDBOARD ready. Supposedly... except when you download and open cardboard the first thing it asks you is to scan the headsets Cardboard QR (like normal QR, but with l a little pair of glasses in middle) code to configure. Checked all the instructions, warranty, disclaimer, and every inch of the box but no QR code. No, wait... there was a "QR" but not a "cardboard QR". Spent a while searching online before I found it.