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Have any questions about renting, or trying to decide which headset to try or buy? Feel free to e-mail anytime.

I also have a FAQ section here which may answer some of your questions right away.

But do feel free to email me at graham.parker@levelup.geek.nz and I'm more than happy to help.

Customer Feedback



"He's always willing to go the extra mile about any questions you may have."

- Jomas Benfell


"Great service, super-speed shipping and clear instructions. Worth every cent!"

- Jerome Cousins, Otago Uni Students Association


"Your customer service is top notch Graham"

- Biren Chhagan


"Thanks Graham for letting my friends, family and I experience games in a whole new way."

- Mitchell Lovett


"Is VR the next big thing or just a passing fad? Graham gives you a chance to find out. My entire family had a week on the Vive and it blew us away. Now my wife insists that I buy one, but renting is so easy through Graham that I may do it again." - Paul Davis



About Us

Oculus Rift DK1

2013


Oculus Rift DK1 - Starting with just a single Oculus Development Kit, and posting an ad on TradeMe for anyone who wanted to give it a go by renting it, another kiwi business was born. Since then, it's continued to grow... and we still have the ad going on TradeMe today.

Oculus Rift DK2

2014


Oculus Rift DK2 - The upgrade to the DK2 brought numerous technical improvements, and the number of units being rented grew. Over the DK2 years, not just gamers but architects, schools, flight academies and others all used our headsets, including a huge Halloween event at Wellington's Capital E. Over the years, everyone took great care of the gear, and not a single unit was damaged.

Oculus Rift DK2

2016


The VR boom! Oculus Rift CV1, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR. VR is an experience where describing it just cannot do it justice. The feeling as you put the headset on and look around is magical, and we love giving people the chance to experience that. Becoming an adult student at Ara myself (previously known as CPIT), I look forward to developing VR games myself, and here's hoping I can inspire some more New Zealanders to do the same.