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3d panasonic glasses

memphisuklf

Established Member
Anyone recommend a pair of 3d glasses for the gt30. Have 3 pair of the ty-ew3d3m at moment but wanted another pair for my young daughter. Was looking on ebay and found a few alternatives to panasonic around £35 and was wondering if anyone had experience with the none panasonic ones?
 

jimmya200

Prominent Member
memphisuklf said:
Anyone recommend a pair of 3d glasses for the gt30. Have 3 pair of the ty-ew3d3m at moment but wanted another pair for my young daughter. Was looking on ebay and found a few alternatives to panasonic around £35 and was wondering if anyone had experience with the none panasonic ones?

I would stick with the official ones, like what you already have. I have just bought a pair from amazon, I think they are great and much lighter and more comfortable than the 2nd gen version. Check amazon out, 54 quid!
 

madmonk3y

Established Member
I would stick with the official ones, like what you already have. I have just bought a pair from amazon, I think they are great and much lighter and more comfortable than the 2nd gen version. Check amazon out, 54 quid!
Yeah I've just bought 2 pairs of mediums from Amazon, the medium were priced at £55, but the kids ones are an extortionate £74 - just checked now and they are £84 for the small size!!!!

I only have official Panasonic glasses, so can't answer the op's question
 

memphisuklf

Established Member
madmonk3y said:
Yeah I've just bought 2 pairs of mediums from Amazon, the medium were priced at £55, but the kids ones are an extortionate £74 - just checked now and they are £84 for the small size!!!!

I only have official Panasonic glasses, so can't answer the op's question

It's a joke. Why do we have to pay an extra £30 for smaller glasses for the kids.
 

madmonk3y

Established Member
memphisuklf said:
It's a joke. Why do we have to pay an extra £30 for smaller glasses for the kids.

Just get medium. They fit my 4 year old fine if I don't let him lean back as the settee cushions push the glasses forward. ;p
 

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