Samsung SSG2100 3D Active Shutter Glasses @ Robert Whyte Ltd - £39.98 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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3D Active Shutter Glasses £39.98 delivered.
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#1
its not going directly to the deal in the 'go to deal' link.

actual link: http://www.robertwhyteltd.co.uk/ssg2100-c-44-p-1307

I hope there's enough :( I'm getting paid on Thursday, I really want 1 at this price argh!

times like this I wish I had an overdraft set on my bank account.






Edited By: hasj2 on Feb 14, 2011 05:14: spelling correction
#2
I want to order 3 pairs but they charge £5 delivery per unit. Why don't they just send them out together and charge less delivery?
Still a good price.
#3
heat added
banned#4
WOW, great price, if I didn't already have 6 pairs I'd buy some.....
#5
They actually look very cool 8)
Wow the times have changed, remember the blue and red ones lol
#6
save money and blink really fast
#7
I take it Samsung glasses only work with Samsung 3D TVs and won't work with Panny's or Sonys?
#8
hotyoda
I take it Samsung glasses only work with Samsung 3D TVs and won't work with Panny's or Sonys?
They'll work if you wear them upside down, apparently.
They use they same technology, just back to front.

CJ
1 Like #9
cutthroat_jake
hotyoda
I take it Samsung glasses only work with Samsung 3D TVs and won't work with Panny's or Sonys?
They'll work if you wear them upside down, apparently.
They use they same technology, just back to front.

CJ


Or turn the TV upside down perhaps!
#10
I wonder if they will be any good on the beach 8)
1 Like #11
great price, I'm broke atm though after buying the TV to use them with! :(
#12
HOT!!! (purely because best price available) - Still find it appalling the prices for the glasses - should be £15 a pair to improve adaption rate of 3d tv's into the home. I have 3 pairs of these and the rechargeable pair (which has an rrp of £80 - £100!!!). I was able to get two pairs of these glasses for about £45 each delivered via amazon and it sickened me to have to pay that (essentially paying for others to watch my tv).

Also if anyone finds these glasses have sync issues, there is an easy fix involving tape over the sensor.


Edited By: chelmsfordman on Feb 14, 2011 09:38
#13
Be careful with Robert Whyte, they are useless, lying idiots. So many people had problems with them
#14
Shame i dont get paid until the 25th FEB!! Bet none left then and offer gone! :(
#15
hotyoda
cutthroat_jake
hotyoda
I take it Samsung glasses only work with Samsung 3D TVs and won't work with Panny's or Sonys?
They'll work if you wear them upside down, apparently.They use they same technology, just back to front.CJ
Or turn the TV upside down perhaps!

I think they will work with panny 3d tvs. There is a menu option to reverse the 3D effect on panny TVs and apparently that will make the samsung glasses work with them. Just means that you everyone watching the TV would need to wear the same brand of glasses.

Great price for glasses. Hopefully panasonic will follow suit.
#16
Good price - heat added.
#17
I've got these and they appear to have battery life issues (also experienced by other people) which happen as the glasses don't 'shut off' properly. Already got through 4 or 5 batteries in a very short space of time.

Anyway, hot in the grand scheme of things, but agree with others - terribly overpriced, need to be around 20 quid to get people buying the tv's, which are themselves overpriced - but that's another thread somewhere else...
#18
I borrowed the money and ordered 2 at this price! :)
Also odered 30 replacement batteries from ebay at £2.97 (99p for 10) to make sure i have a supply in!!
banned#19
alex_dis
I've got these and they appear to have battery life issues (also experienced by other people) which happen as the glasses don't 'shut off' properly. Already got through 4 or 5 batteries in a very short space of time. Anyway, hot in the grand scheme of things, but agree with others - terribly overpriced, need to be around 20 quid to get people buying the tv's, which are themselves overpriced - but that's another thread somewhere else...

Very bizare.... I bought 20 batteries as back ups for mine but am still on the first batteries put in and have watched used about 100 hours with movies and games....
#20
I'm still on the first set of batteries too, since mid December.

Oddly, I ended up with an extra boxed pair of free glasses thanks to the various deals on at the time i.e. I have 5 pairs but only need 4 for my family. This reminds me to fleabay them :)
#21
#22
I'm still on first set of batteries also, since last october
#23
mikerr
how long do the batteries last on those?

LOL looks so fake!
#24
These will be reduced down as many companies will be starting to reduce their stock in them as the new Samsung 3D TV's due out in a few weeks aren't compatible with these glasses.

Samsung have switched from infrared to bluetooth in the glasses as it removes the transmission issues some people encountered, but it means that these old style glasses are becoming only useful for the old sets. Also Samsung have said they wont be providing a way for the new glasses to work with the old TV sets, so if you need any glasses for your existing Samsung 3D TV get them soon, as they might start to become difficult to get hold of.

Edited By: ukle on Feb 14, 2011 19:09
banned#25
fits my boyfriend
#26
ukle
These will be reduced down as many companies will be starting to reduce their stock in them as the new Samsung 3D TV's due out in a few weeks aren't compatible with these glasses.Samsung have switched from infrared to bluetooth in the glasses as it removes the transmission issues some people encountered, but it means that these old style glasses are becoming only useful for the old sets. Also Samsung have said they wont be providing a way for the new glasses to work with the old TV sets, so if you need any glasses for your existing Samsung 3D TV get them soon, as they might start to become difficult to get hold of.

Thanks :) I reckon I'll keep my extra boxed set as a spare then :)
#27
If the synching issues are bad after i try out my 3D on the 63" then i will start the ball rolling for a replacement set (PS64D7000). :)
#28
"Samsung have said they wont be providing a way for the new glasses to work with the old TV sets"

They said they'd provide a dongle for bluetooth, but expect it to set you back somewhat.
Bluetooth won't make any difference to the image quality etc so I'll stick with these!
#29
II WATTS II
If the synching issues are bad after i try out my 3D on the 63" then i will start the ball rolling for a replacement set (PS64D7000). :)

I've never had a problem. I think some people who are in bright sunlit rooms have had issues. It's easily fixed anyway, with a bit of tape covering 90% of the sensor.
#30
Thanks OP, saved me some cash.
#31
Just recieved this e-mail a week after placing my order and a week after the money left my account.

Dear Customer

We are currently out of stock of Samsung SSG2100 3D Glasses and anticipate more stock arriving in the next 2-3 weeks.
We will inform you as soon as we receive new stock.

Yours sincerely

Robert Whyte Ltd

Very poor!
#32
I got the same email. Emailed them back to say I wasn't very impressed that the money had already been taken from my account. They said this was normal practice! They said the glasses were due back in beginning of March so fingers crossed.

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