Virtual Reality

LEJI – VR Mini 3D Glasses review: a robust and versatile headset in the starting segment






Comfort Score (1 – 10): 5.5
Overall Build Quality (1-10): 7
Value For Money Score (1 – 10): 6.5

Pupil Adjustment: Yes
Focus Adjustment: Yes, Independent

Magnet / Touch Button: No

Product Weight: 178 g

Minimum Phone Length: 12 cm (4.8″)
Maximum Phone Length: 15 cm (6″)
Minimum Phone Width: 6,6 cm (2.6″)
Maximum Phone Width: 7,6 cm (3″)
Maximum Phone Thickness: 9 mm

Field Of View (FOV): 80°

QR Code: Not Available (Alternative – DSCVR QR Code)

Head Strap: 3 Points elastic band adjustable
Strap Quality(1-10): 6
Face Padding Type: Cotton Covered Foam
Padding Depth: 9 mm
Nose Grove Depth: 18 mm
Ventilated: No

Suitable For People With Glasses: No

Headphone and Power Lead Access: Yes

Lens Size: 42 mm
Lens Type: Optical Resin Lenses – Blue Light Proof anti-radiation
Min Lens Distance: 55 mm
Max Lens Distance: 65 mm


  • reasonable price
  • robust
  • extremely compact
  • easily adjustable
  • light weight
  • adaptable to all phones in the size range allowed
  • a good alternative to the cardboards


  • not super comfortable for the nose if worn with the head strap for long time
  • face padding too thin
  • the front frame that keeps devices in place is difficult to manage if used with thick mobiles


  1. Galaxy Note 4
  2. Apps from “Google Play”:
  3. The headset does not come with a QR calibration code, but the following standard Goggle Cardboard calibration code works fine dscvr-qr-code




REVIEW: from a PRO to an ENTRY LEVEL user

First impression
I was handling an inexpensive but robust device.

Features review
With its easiness in adjusting the pupils distance and focus, the LEJI – VR Mini 3D Glasses are suitable for whoever is looking for a friendly approach to a VR experience on mobile platforms.

The box contains:

  • the glasses
  • 3 points head strap
  • a card with 2 QR codes to access to the LEJI web site
  • a microfiber cloth.

To prevent the mobile from sliding, there are some small circular rubber elements plus a bigger one in the back of the front Detail of the front panelpanel: a very good choice, but having used a Galaxy Note 4 for the test, with a screen of roughly 6” and not really thin, I have experienced some problems placing it into the slot: the front panel is really stiff and the rubber element at the back is too thick.

For those who want to have a better experience I strongly recommend to buy a bluetooth controller to easily interact with the mobile while it’s in use into the LEJI VR. It is really annoying to have to remove it if the interaction with the touch screen is needed.

A good bundle is available on at £14.50 

I solved the problem using the app Samsung SydeSync that allows the full interaction with the Samsung devices via PC.




Final verdict
Working as VR and 3D CGI producer, I recommend this device as a valid alternative to a cardboard one, thanks to its robustness and adaptability to different mobiles.

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Raffaele Schiavullo
the authorRaffaele Schiavullo
ADMINISTRATOR - Senior 3D/Virtual Reality Specialist and Automotive HMI developer - Working in London and "insanely" passionate about technology and its creative applications


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