3D Glasses ONLY £1! @ Poundland
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3D Glasses ONLY £1! @ Poundland

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Found 22nd Dec 2011
"Now you can own your own pair of 3d glasses for viewing at the cinema or at home bring things into the 3rd dimension only £1! "

I'm not sure what the quality is with these, but at a quid you can't go wrong.

Always good to have some spare!

Only 80p in Cineworld!
- kudos1uk

QUOTED COMMENT:
Quietus - Dec 22, 2011 12:55
"For those grumbling about them being cheaper in Cineworld, and asking who's voting hot: How about all of the people who don't have Cineworld cinemas nearby?:|

My nearest is over 14 miles away, and that hardly warrants a 20p saving."

I agree Quietus. If you have a poundland closer, it's worth it. And it doesn't have to be for just cinemas, it could be for tv's as well. And some cinemas I have been told, make you rent them for a £1. What's the need when you can own your own?

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Not much of a deal when you actually buy them in the cinema for £1 anyway! 50p and I would have voted HOT.

Plus I am sure many people already have a pair already.

Cold for me sorry. Or am I just being harsh?

these are great for walking in the park they make the trees look 3D

HOT:D
Edited by: "shortchanged" 22nd Dec 2011

shortchanged

these are great for walking in the park they make the trees look 3D HOT:D




Can't tell if you're being sarky or not, but errrm, aren't the things in the park, including trees, already in 3D without any special glasses.?

Jumpingphil

Can't tell if you're being sarky or not, but errrm, aren't the things in … Can't tell if you're being sarky or not, but errrm, aren't the things in the park, including trees, already in 3D without any special glasses.?




Leave it mate. Definitely on the sauce or one of these on line virtual worlds X)



Edited by: "stevej1976" 22nd Dec 2011

woooooshhh...

kiwi1983

Not much of a deal when you actually buy them in the cinema for £1 … Not much of a deal when you actually buy them in the cinema for £1 anyway! 50p and I would have voted HOT. Plus I am sure many people already have a pair already. Cold for me sorry. Or am I just being harsh?


Where do you live? My local cinema adds more than a £1 to the ticket price for glasses.

raeble

Where do you live? My local cinema adds more than a £1 to the ticket … Where do you live? My local cinema adds more than a £1 to the ticket price for glasses.



I'm pretty sure it is £1 extra for glasses and i'm in notts (though has been a while since i had to buy a pair due to forgetting em at home!!)

Cineworld charge 80p for the glasses, so cold. Agree with shortchanged though. I find them good for reading books, makes whole story jump out at you.

raeble

Where do you live? My local cinema adds more than a £1 to the ticket … Where do you live? My local cinema adds more than a £1 to the ticket price for glasses.



Swansea. Bought them recently in Odeon when seeing Lion King 3D and paid £1 per pair.

Banned

So, are these a D-D-Deal or not?

Cineworld Sheffield used to charge £2 a pair and there are signs saying you can't take your own. At one point they pretty much forced you to hand them back after the film too - to 'save the environment'.

1on4

Cineworld Sheffield used to charge £2 a pair and there are signs saying … Cineworld Sheffield used to charge £2 a pair and there are signs saying you can't take your own. At one point they pretty much forced you to hand them back after the film too - to 'save the environment'.



Are you sure that wasn't the heavy and expensive active glasses that most cinemas had around the time of Avatar? Our local has now switched to the cheap passive £1 a pair take home too. (St.Austell)

For an "Orange Wednesday" treat I took the kids to see Arthur Christmas 3D at Vue Cheshire Oaks yesterday - £20 for the four of us and the glasses were free!



Rubbish film though.


Fildo Stronst

For an "Orange Wednesday" treat I took the kids to see Arthur Christmas … For an "Orange Wednesday" treat I took the kids to see Arthur Christmas 3D at Vue Cheshire Oaks yesterday - £20 for the four of us and the glasses were free!8)Rubbish film though.:(



oO..We went to see it yesterday too, we thought it was fab !

Are you sure that wasn't the heavy and expensive active glasses that most cinemas had around the time of Avatar? Our local has now switched to the cheap passive £1 a pair take home too. (St.Austell)[/quote]

Not only do they charge a premium for 3D films, then they ask more for the glasses!!!!!!

Jumpingphil

Can't tell if you're being sarky or not, but errrm, aren't the things in … Can't tell if you're being sarky or not, but errrm, aren't the things in the park, including trees, already in 3D without any special glasses.?




Bless...

I'm more a fan of Double D's myself.

As stated you can buy these glasses for less than £1 at your local cinema, so cold for me!

i got 7 pairs free with my tv

hot tho.

Brilliant, I wanted to go and see the new Sherlock film this weekend, but heard from a few friends that my local cinema wasn't giving out 3D glasses for it.

They might have been on the wind up, but good to take along a pair just in case

Been posted before.

COLD.

keeping getting free ones with the seefilmfirst previews, to go with the 7 pairs for my tv as well lol

got loads of them now

brechunec, have you done the glasses hack yet? from a spare couple take out a lens from each one and swap em over, so there are two left in one and two right in another... for playing split screen games on the xbox/ps3 set it in the relevant 3d mode and you can each then play full screen on the same telly lol

1on4

Cineworld Sheffield used to charge £2 a pair and there are signs saying … Cineworld Sheffield used to charge £2 a pair and there are signs saying you can't take your own. At one point they pretty much forced you to hand them back after the film too - to 'save the environment'.



Should have explained that for enviromental reasons you are using your own that you have brought in with you, And for hygiene reasons you are not going to use someones old glasses !! The cheek of it would have told em to shove thre movie and gota refund

tp0611

Brilliant, I wanted to go and see the new Sherlock film this weekend, but … Brilliant, I wanted to go and see the new Sherlock film this weekend, but heard from a few friends that my local cinema wasn't giving out 3D glasses for it.They might have been on the wind up, but good to take along a pair just in case



Wouldn't bother - Sherlocks not in 3D (thank God)

P.S. glasses only 80p in Cineworld , but I've seen these glasses in Poundland and they look a bit better so voted hot anyway. X)

Edited by: "gmane17" 22nd Dec 2011

Our Vue in Sheffield charges an extra £2 for the privilege of viewing a 3D film, regardless of whether you bring your own glasses or not, I have half a dozen pairs. At Cineworld Sheffield the glasses are an extra 80p, so I am unsure why this is hot.

Sorry forgot to say also thes look a lot more robust than the ones i got with my tv and also more robust than the cinema ones so should last longer cinema maybe cheaper but if these outlive them then over time they will pay for themselve.

Hot from me

onlineo

Our Vue in Sheffield charges an extra £2 for the privilege of viewing a … Our Vue in Sheffield charges an extra £2 for the privilege of viewing a 3D film, regardless of whether you bring your own glasses or not, I have half a dozen pairs. At Cineworld Sheffield the glasses are an extra 80p, so I am unsure why this is hot.




At all other cinemas glasses are always extra on top of the £2 for the 3d movie

How much are they?

Are these rubbish or are they top spec?

These work great, I put them on in the shop and everything was in 3D!

Cold. Glasses are 80p for you to keep at Cineworld.

will these work with ps3 ?

These are free from vue cinema? -.o

Banned

Passive Glasses = 1/2 the resolution of Active for home use.

Poor mans 3D system...

Just need the 3d telly and 3d bluray player for £1

Banned

kaiser051

will these work with ps3 ?



If you have a lowend (passive) 3D set.

shoysted

Cineworld charge 80p for the glasses, so cold. Agree with shortchanged … Cineworld charge 80p for the glasses, so cold. Agree with shortchanged though. I find them good for reading books, makes whole story jump out at you.


+1
I always go to Cineworlds because I have Cineworld Unlimited and the two times I've had to buy 3D glasses (once in London and then once in Nottingham because I was away for the weekend) they were 80p a pair. Occasionally they'll do special edition 3D glasses, like the Harry Potter ones, or now the Puss in Boots ones, which cost more (£1.99 I believe), but standard price for standard Real3D glasses at Cineworld is 80p.
Although then there's a surcharge of £2.10 every time to watch a 3D movie (or £1.50 if you have an Unlimited card).

tp0611

Brilliant, I wanted to go and see the new Sherlock film this weekend, but … Brilliant, I wanted to go and see the new Sherlock film this weekend, but heard from a few friends that my local cinema wasn't giving out 3D glasses for it.They might have been on the wind up, but good to take along a pair just in case


Your friends are correct - and that's probably because it's not a 3D film. Although feel free to take your glasses anyway and let us know if you see anything that others don't!

richto

Passive Glasses = 1/2 the resolution of Active for home use.Poor mans 3D … Passive Glasses = 1/2 the resolution of Active for home use.Poor mans 3D system...



how is it a poor mans 3d system ?? 1/2 the resolution indeed also half the headaches had active and got rid of it due to the headaches i get over prolonged periods enjoying my lg cinema set all day without headaches thank you as the saying goes different strokes for different folks

richto

If you have a lowend (passive) 3D set.



I might also add that my low end passive tv cost a lot more than some of the high end active sets although obviously not as as much as the 10 foot high end active set i assume you must own

80p at Cineworld.
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