Samsung SSG-51002 Battery Operated 3D Active Glasses (Pack of 2) (New for 2013)

August 5, 2013 - Comment

The Samsung SSGP51002 3D glasses come in a pack of two and are designed to work with Samsung’s new 2013 F series TV’s. The Active Shutter glasses provide fantastic picture quality with excellent depth while these battery powered glasses provide up to 40 hours of usage. Product Features 3D Glasses Pack of 2 Active Shutter

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The Samsung SSGP51002 3D glasses come in a pack of two and are designed to work with Samsung’s new 2013 F series TV’s. The Active Shutter glasses provide fantastic picture quality with excellent depth while these battery powered glasses provide up to 40 hours of usage.

Product Features

  • 3D Glasses
  • Pack of 2
  • Active Shutter Technology
  • For 2013 F Series TV

Comments

the666devil says:

Very light stylish quality 3d glasses I got these type of glasses with my latest tv purchase and was very pleased with them straight away.Luckily as I already knew what type I wanted it meant no looking around trying to find the best ones that work with my tv.These glasses are very light as the battery is on the front above the nose bridge and I’ve worn these quite a lot without any discomfort. They sync up to the tv very easily with the press of the little button on the front and turn off when 3d is turned off so no having to turn each one off individually. My son has worn them and he doesn’t have any issues with them either.The price on amazon is the cheapest around the whole www for this type and my friends who also have 3d tells say they think that these are better then the rechargeable ones they have. The battery’s really do seem to last along time and the battery type needed can be bought for a very cheap price.I prefer having these battery type ones compared to having to recharge each pair.

Anon says:

Fit for purpose Bought to use with my new Panasonic plasma TX-P50GT50B, worked no problem at all. They use the coin cell C2025 batteries which are about 20=25 pence each and last an eternity. No charging cables to mess about with.

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