Samsung SSG-3700 vs. SSG-3100 review

denziloshamen

Active Member
ArmitageShanks said:
Haven't seen this happen on any of the four pairs that I ordered. I suspect it could be a duff cell in the glasses. If you allow lithium-based cells discharge too far, they won't recover. Always best to leave them in a semi-charged state (and check them ever few months if you don't use them).

I had this problem, and even had a replacement sent from the eBay seller. The day the new pair turned up the old ones came back to life. The seller didn't ask for the old pair back, so I have a bonus pair for free.

I still don't know what caused it, but I just plugged them in with the new cable with the new glasses and bingo. The old cable works as I have used it since.
 

Racquel Darrian

Distinguished Member
I love my 3700 glasses and will never return to the 3100! They are for visitor use. ;)
 

Wilky78

Standard Member
Racquel Darrian said:
I love my 3700 glasses and will never return to the 3100! They are for visitor use. ;)

At nearly £100 a pair you should live them! lol - I'll stick with my trusty 3100's thank you
 

denziloshamen

Active Member
Wilky78 said:
At nearly £100 a pair you should live them! lol - I'll stick with my trusty 3100's thank you

Much less than that on eBay direct from Korea. The 3500s are exactly the same for around £30, they just don't have wireless charging (but if you're worrying about saving money, you won't want the wireless charger and will be fine with USB charging).
 

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