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  • posted byMattWeiler on 01/02/2013

    + it works with anaglyph based 3D systems + price is pretty good + stylish look - for people with larger heads, it pinches I bought these, along with a different pair, to try out some 3D gaming on my PC. These work fine, but they're meant for someone with a smaller head. If you don't have a very... Read more

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  • posted byBodyfixer on 04/08/2011

    These glasses are great! They fit great, they have a nice design and best of all the price is unbeatable! Perfectly sized for kids. No more sore nose from disposable glasses. The colors are a bit off but they still work great. At this price I don't think you can do better. My kids use them for at... Read more

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  • posted byFeynt on 02/27/2011

    With minor tweaks to iz3D drivers, specifically the custom anaglyph mode, these glasses provide great 3D functionality. Cheap plastic lenses and the frames are a little small for adults. To fit they need to be stretched a little, which was causing the lenses to fall out. A little glue and a to at... Read more

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  • posted byearlzero on 04/14/2010

    Main advantage of this glasses is price. Design is good too, especially comparing to paper one. Red color is too saturated in this glasses. Lenses are falling out of glasses periodically, but nothing that you can't solve with glue. Bail is tight. My copy of glasses have little crack(thanks to I... Read more

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  • posted byGgd07 on 02/09/2010

    Better build quality than the disposable ones. It fits perfectly like nice looking sun glasses. Overlaps your eyes, so you don't see the environment with your Peripheral Vision. None.. For this price.. this is just perfect! I ordered the disposable ones and these, and I have to say, both work a I... Read more

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