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Samsung SSG-V2100AB 3D Glasses £40.00 @ Novatech

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Hey Guys, I don't expect this to get too hot but this is more of a post to go with another.
These glasses are cheaper here (£40) than at the website where the television comes from, where they are (£65 each). Saves 61.5384615% according to my math! Though I believe delivery is around £5, so may want to buy two at once.


Just posted the television deal on this site, says its "This thread is currently in moderation"
Will update soon!
Update:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-le40c750-679-99-808-99-with-3d-blu-ray-player-shrek-3d-electrical-experi/864005
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#1
Good price heat added, but think you need to put the P&P in the title otherwise people might vote cold.
#2
i am looing 4 some 4 my LG 3D tv can u help
#3
Great price even at £45. Shame they look tat and let light in but there you go.
#4
Probable reason why these are reduced is that the new Samsung sets that come out in a month use completely different glasses. These glasses are infra-red, while the new sets / glasses use bluetooth - which is what they should of used in the first place! So Novatech probably clearing / reducing there stock on this old type.

Really if you have a 1st gen Samsung 3DTV get some of these while you can, as who knows how available they will be in the future.

Edited By: ukle on Jan 29, 2011 17:27
#5
gunark
Great price even at £45. Shame they look tat and let light in but there you go.


Good price for some good 3D glasses.

The build quality of these are fine and due to the side panels, I can confirm they do not let light in whatsoever - ignore the above poster as he quite simply has no damn clue what he is on about.
#6
chrisvenn
Good price heat added, but think you need to put the P&P in the title otherwise people might vote cold.


Why would they?
#7
Wicked Lester
chrisvenn
Good price heat added, but think you need to put the P&P in the title otherwise people might vote cold.


Why would they?


Because it's the incorrect amount?
Happens on here all the time. People vote cold because its not the actual price.
#8
Don't know why people are going crazy for 3d tellys right now, there will be glasses free ones soon I would imagine.
#9
nice price, I bought a 3DTV at weekend and paid £69.99 per pair for these
#10
crazyal

Good price for some good 3D glasses.

The build quality of these are fine and due to the side panels, I can confirm they do not let light in whatsoever - ignore the above poster as he quite simply has no damn clue what he is on about.


Well as I own some, I'd like to think i have a clue, but hey. I was referring to the light from under the lens, they can sit high somewhat on the nose and a little far from the eye. However that is in the experience of me and some friends who have used them, they may be different for others but I did find the rechargeable models fitted well and covered the field of vision better.

If you get the chance it's worth trying some to see, I found I became immersed more with the rechargeable ones as i wasn't distracted as much, and for the money I would prefer to be happy with them.
#11
I myself have three and they seem fine, though I've only tried the rechargeable ones briefly!
I suppose it also depends on what is under/in the range low down in terms of light? I sit too close to really notice anything- hah! :D
#12
useless to me i cannot see 3d :(
#13
COLD from me - Good price for the glasses but when you go through checkout it gives you the option for free economey delivery. When you get to the final page to pay it throws on a nice £30 delivery charge.

3% quidco for those that are going to order.
#14
I've gone to order 2 no., but it's trying to charge me £11.99 delivery - even though it says delivery is free for orders over £50. Any ideas?
#15
Weird - after putting in all my details in the checkout page, I went and looked at something else, and then clicked basket instead of checkout, and it brings up a different screen.

Half way down that screen there is an option for free delivery - saves me a trip (Novatech Portsmouth isn't far from me, but I wanted to slob it today!)
#16
Sorry - when you go through to checkout from basket, it whacks the delivery charge up again.

Gonna wait till 10am I think and phone them.
#17
Useless company. Doesn't have weekend customer services.
#18
eldre
Sorry - when you go through to checkout from basket, it whacks the delivery charge up again.

Gonna wait till 10am I think and phone them.



Any luck?
I'll update the original post.
#19
These are a good deal, typically sell at £60-£70 in the stores. Delivery charges are misleading though.
#20
mite check this out

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