3D Black Glasses perfect for 3D Cinema or 3D Home Cinema Entertainment £1 @ Poundland - HotUKDeals
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Poundland at King's Lynn had 3D black plastic framed glasses for sale, ideal for watching 3D at home or in the cinema. At a £1 for a single pair, it seems like a real bargain now that 3D is getting more and more popular! I don't know if this is national for all Poundland stores but they do get some cheap bargains in now and again.
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banned#1
3D TV...yawn
#2
What yawn in 3D.....terrifyinggggggggggg....LOL.....
#3
Yeh, I saw these at Poundland in Basingstoke. They look as they they should come in a Christmas cracker (albeit a larger-than-normal one). I guess the old saying applies here that you get what you pay for. I thought it would be quite funny to buy a pair and then turn up at the local Sony centre with them. Ask for a 3D TV demo and then when the salesman tries to don you with the overprice (£150) Sony 3D super-plonker glasses prior to your viewing, you say, "No thanks, I've got it covered" (kind of like the Heinz ketchup advert from the nineties - you know the one where the guy rejects the offer of a generic mustard sauce on his hotdog and instead smugly walks outside the cafe to catch a falling globule of ketchup launched from a precariously balanced bottle of said condiment, nestled in the gap of an almost closed window of a flat, presumably belonging to the hotdog purchaser himself and located directly above the exit to the cafe, several floors up, somewhat conveniently). Anyway, picture sales assistance' face as other customers gather round to witness you watching the overpriced TV in your **** 3D specs. Priceless.
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C'mon now is p-i-k-*-y really a swearword now. We're on the Internet - they're not even going to be able to see it!
#5
Glasses are overpriced in rip off Britain anyway, I bought a pair of specs from D & A, £220.00, Similar frame, identical lenses £79.99 Specsavers, Online - better designer frames, identical lenses one pair posted from the USA and one pair posted from Hong Kong for under £20.00 each!!! Like I say 'Rip Off Britain'

Question is....."where the hell did I leave my specs!"...............LOL...........
#6
Just to be clear - are these LCD shutter glasses that actually work with consumer 3d tv's or am I so tired that i've missed some deepseated point of sarcasm somewhere....

If these are LCD shutter glasses, bargain of the century, if theyre not, the op is wasting everyones time.
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bradford_dr - Aug 31, 2010 22:49
Just to be clear - are these LCD shutter glasses that actually work with consumer 3d tv's or am I so tired that i've missed some deepseated point of sarcasm somewhere....

If these are LCD shutter glasses, bargain of the century, if theyre not, the op is wasting everyones time.

The display packaging said suitable for cinema or home cinema 3D viewing, didn't get any more info or photograph but at a £1 whats to lose!....just a £1...simples!
#9
These are the passive type of glasses which will not work at home without expensive projection equipment, and definately not 3d televisions.

These are given free when u watch a 3d film
#10
These are a great deal for those people who think a Blu-Ray is a DVD
#11
80p at Cineworld

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