It’s fair to say that VR Hush has a lot of competition when it comes to VR porn. Not only is it going up against well-established services like WankzVR and BaDoink, it’s also competing with SexLikeReal and its catalogue of 6,000-plus scenes, and VRBangers’ excellent app.
Unlike SLR, however, VR Hush produces all its own content, potentially giving it an added edge when it comes to quality. To find out whether or not VR Hush holds up in the face of such stern competition, read our full VR Hush review and breakdown below.
- Update Frequency: 1 per week
- Scenes: 220+
- Max Resolution: 5K
- Angle(s): 180, 360
- Avg. File Size:
- Teledildonic Scenes: No
- Includes Non-VR: No
- Language(s): English
- Launch Date: November 2016
Pricing & Deals
- Per Month: $19.95
- 3 Months: $49.95
- 6 Months: $
- 12 Months: $99.60
- Lifetime: $
- Current Offers:
VR Hush: Design and features
As VR porn sites go, VR Hush is one of the more polished in terms of its design and layout, with a high-quality, professional-looking website that’s intuitive and clearly laid out. Navigation is a breeze.
The homepage is divided up into three sections – latest movies, top rated movies and popular models.
The search and filtering functions are reasonably well-implemented too; you can filter videos by category, keyword, model and site – although, a little perplexingly, VR Hush is the only site listed for the latter option. As you’d expect, the results can be sorted by various criteria, including length, rating, total views, alphabetically or by latest videos. You can also search all of the models who have appeared on the site, which changes the sorting options to latest, highest rated, alphabetical and number of scenes.
Users can also curate their own collections – along with the ability to like videos (which contributes to their popularity ranking) users can also add them to their favourites list or a ‘watch later’ list. Both of those lists are searchable and can be filtered with the options mentioned above, which offers a handy method for building out your own personal library. Users can also like and favourite particular performers (both male and female).
The pages for both individual scenes and specific models provides a wealth of information. For scenes, you get the names of the performers (with links to their respective pages), the upload date, a robust list of tags and a surprisingly detailed summary of the scene, as well as download links and a video player, which we’ll talk about in more detail later. Performers’ pages feature a well-written bio and vital statistics such as age, body type, height, eye colour and so on, in addition to links to their scenes.
VR Hush: Content
VR Hush’s content is produced in-house rather than aggregated from other studios, and while the vast majority of scenes are distinctly ‘vanilla’, there are a few scenes with a niche focus thrown in, as well as a few group scenes. With that having been said, there’s a wide range of performers (including some big-name adult industry veterans) catering to different aesthetic tastes, and the videos themselves are well-shot, with good lighting and enough variety in positions to keep it interesting.
Two new scenes are added per week, and at time of writing there’s 182 scenes available. That doesn’t quite match up to the staggering catalogue offered by the likes of SexLikeReal, but it’s a creditable amount, and enough to make sure that you’re not going to run out of things to watch any time soon.
It’s not just VR content, either; there are 18 2D scenes available (many of which also have VR versions as well) and each scene comes with an optional archive of hundreds of still images which can be browsed on the site or downloaded as a zip folder. This feels somewhat redundant given that it’s side-by-side with high-quality VR clips, but it’s a nice inclusion nonetheless.
Special mention should also be made of the fact that VR Hush includes a dedicated section for scenes shot from a female point of view. This category only includes ten scenes at time of writing – most of which are lesbian scenes – but it’s nice to see a female user-base being explicitly catered for, albeit in a rather limited capacity.
VR Hush: Experience
A range of devices are catered for, including generic cardboard-style smartphone viewers, Google Daydream and Samsung Gear VR, Oculus GO, PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive and even Windows Mixed Reality headsets. These come in a range of resolutions depending on the level of quality you’re after (or the amount of storage space you have) and range from 1GB for the lowest-quality smartphone versions, up to 7.1GB for the highest quality H.264 5K files.
No headset? No problem! The download page for each scene also features a built-in video player allowing you to watch it in full right in your browser, panning around and zooming with the mouse. It’s a handy feature that’s useful for previewing scenes without having to spend time downloading them before you decide whether or not they’re for you.
Sadly, VR Hush doesn’t offer a dedicated app for browsing its content, so you’ll have to download each video individually and use a third-party player to view them. This is fairly common among VR sites and no more onerous here than it is on other sites, but it loses points compared to BaDoink or SexLikeReal’s handy apps.
VR Hush: Pricing
As with most sites, VR Hush offers a discount for longer-term subscriptions. The one-month membership is charged at $19.95 per month, falling to $16.65 per month for the 90 day plan and $12.25 per month equivalent for the year-long subscription. Be warned, though – while the site quotes the price as being ‘per month’, it’s charged in one lump sum unless you choose the rolling monthly option.
That works out to just under $50 for the three-month plan and just shy of $150 per year for the annual membership. That’s still not a bad price, and it’s good enough value considering the decent size of the catalogue on offer and the quality of the scenes. One pleasant surprise is the fact that PayPal is accepted as a payment method, rather than just credit cards. That’s a bit of a rarity in the adult world.
VR Hush: Overall
VR Hush is pretty much what you’d expect from a VR porn site. There’s a broad selection of videos from a range of well-known performers, The site is functional and well-designed, with smart filtering and discover options, and the videos themselves are high-quality, both in terms of resolution and production values.
It loses points for the lack of a dedicated browsing app, and the scenes can be a little generic in terms of content, but neither of those are deal-breakers. It’s solid value too, especially with an annual subscription. It may not have some of the flashier features of other sites, but it’s a solid all-rounder, and unlikely to disappoint.
Ease of Use
User Review( votes)
- Attractive, user-friendly website
- Wide range of performers
- Great curation options
- Good headset support
- No dedicated app
- Limited niche content