StripzVR is a bit of a rare thing in the VR porn world, as there’s no huge studio backing it. While big names like BaDoink or VirtualRealPorn have multiple adult VR brands under their auspices, StripzVR is going it alone.
The result is perhaps not what you might expect, so read on for the rest of the full StripzVR review for all the details.
StripzVR: Quick Rating
Stripz VR at a Glance
- Update Frequency: 1 Per Week
- Scenes: 68+
- Max Resolution: 5K
- Performers: 44+
- Price: From $14.99
- Teledildonic Scenes: No
- Includes Non-VR: No
StripzVR’s overall score truly doesn’t represent what it offers to its happy user base. It loses points compared to big brand studios simply because it doesn’t have as many scenes, can’t offer streaming and doesn’t include non-VR content. But, if you download anyway, don’t care about non-VR and want intimate striptease scenes, none of that really matters.
For what it offers, StripzVR is a great choice – it’s an independently-owned site, produces well-shot, very high-quality (5K) scenes that outperform larger studios and doesn’t cost all that much either.
If what you want, however, is access to a much larger catalog of hardcore (ie. not just stripping and solo/duo play), then you’ll want to check out one of our other top recommendations instead.
- Ease of Use
- Catalog Size
- VR Quality
User Review( votes)
- High-quality scenes (well shot, not just because they’re in 5K)
- Solid catalog size for a niche site
- Offers custom VR scenes with some performers, at direction of users
- Doesn’t offer streaming
- Site needs a full redesign with better organization
- Doesn’t offer any ‘extras’ or bundled content
StripzVR: Design & Features
- HTC Vive
- Oculus Rift
- Samsung Gear VR
- Cardboard/Generic Headsets
- PlayStation VR
Reviewing most VR porn sites usually involves looking at sites with very similar categorization and navigation options. Not so with StripzVR, and that’s not really a good thing.
Upon logging in to the members area, you’re presented with a welcome message – the site is owned and run by a single guy with a light support team, so the whole feeling is a lot more personal than any other VR porn sites.
If you’re looking for community, interactivity, a place where other members do genuinely comment on scenes, etc. then StripzVR is going to please you. If you don’t care about any of that stuff, it’s not really an added selling-point in its favour.
Regardless of whether that community interests you, it’s pretty likely that the poorly thought-out structure of the site itself will prove annoying at some point.
For example, there’s no search option, no tags…there’s not even individual category pages, which means you just have to scroll through and take a look at them all.
Arguably, this is less of a problem for a site that offers striptease-based scenes, mostly with girls on their own (although there are some scenes with two girls in as well) but being able to search by performer, hair colour or other physical characteristics might be useful still.
The biggest omission from the feature list is the ability to stream VR scenes directly, meaning you’ll need to download them all to watch them.
The company told us that it’s considering whether or not to add streaming options to the site at the moment, but that most members want the best possible quality scenes, which means downloading anyway.
Formats and Resolutions
- 5,760 x 2,880 H.265 @60fps
- 4,096 x 2,048 H.264 @60fps
- 2,880 x 1,440 H.264 @60fps
- 2,160 x 1,080 H.264 @60fps
- 1,920 x 960 H.264 @30fps
At the moment, there are around 68 or so VR porn scenes available on StripzVR, which is respectable for a niche site.
It’d be hard, considering the nature of the scenes on StripzVR to not compare it with StasyQ VR, which has 87 available currently, so, a comparable number. Both sites are updated with one new scene per week too.
StripzVR, however, tends to be slightly shorter in length: scenes that we viewed were between 7.5 mins and 10 minutes in duration, whereas, StasyQ VR was between 11 and 13 minutes. Again, it’s only a small difference, but those count when you have two very similar offerings.
What there’s no complaints about at all, however, is the quality of the scenes. Each is shot and available in up to 5K resolution, and the performer selection is varied enough to keep things interesting, despite the similar scenes.
In fact, the StripzVR production values outperform some of the much larger studios, which is pretty amazing considering it’s an independent outfit.
As already noted though, this does cause some issues with video discovery and navigation on the site. To me, it’s an illogical user experience not to even give each scene its own page. Instead, when you click from the list of all scenes on an individual title, it takes you to the page of that performer, with all her scenes. While I can see the logic in that if you are looking for a particular performer, it’d be more versatile to simply have each scene as an individual page and the performer as a category that’s filterable.
Let’s be honest though, slight navigation annoyances aside, the StripzVR experience is impressive in the quality of the scenes, and while there’s officially only one new one added each week, there is the occasional unexpected bonus scene added to the collection, which is a nice touch that members seem to appreciate (in the on-site comments).
If you’re still considering StripzVR against StasyQ VR, it’s another close race. And another that StasyQ VR wins, by having a better value pricing across the board.
I can’t think of another studio, however, that offers members the option of making custom requests for VR porn scenes to be made, as StripzVR does for performers Lauren Brock, Jessica Annah and Sophia Blake.
- $24.95 per month (recurring)
- $49.95 for 3 months ($16.65/m – 33% discount – recurring)
- $89.95 for 6 months ($14.99/m – 40% discount – non-recurring)
StripzVR doesn’t score particularly well overall. Its catalog can’t compete on size alone, there’s no streaming, and there’s no bonus content thrown in either.
However, what it does do really, really well is deliver well-produced, high-quality striptease VR scenes, and if StasyQ VR didn’t exist it’d be a total no-brainer for anyone that wanted that. But StasyQ VR does exist, and offers a very similar proposition.
For anyone trying to choose between the two, you probably want erotic striptease rather than hardcore banging, and frankly, whichever you go with won’t leave you disappointed in that regard. It’s probably best just to check out which performers are available on each site before you sign up and use that as your decision.
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