Hi-SHOCK 3D Bluetooth 3D TV Glasses


~ What ~
Made of a durable ABS plastic, this pair of 3D viewing glasses can be used on specific Bluetooth 3D televisions sets, RF 3D projectors, and RF emitters that include brands such as Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, Epson, JVC, and Xpand. The sleek-looking glasses arrive with a USB cable for charging, microfiber cloth, storage case, and instructions in a gift box, ready for giving. They come in 5 color choices with the option of one or two to the box.

~ Why ~
To give to a friend who has a 3D Sony tv, I like how this ultra-HD pair of glasses that are lightweight and comfortable to wear. In purchasing the Deep Heaven color, I like how they fit over my regular glasses and do not feel bulky on my eyes or ears like others. It is easy to charge them in about 4 hours with a battery life of 60 hours of continuous viewing. Their high-contrast ratio liquid crystal lenses offer bright, clear colors; they are not flimsy and have a light tint to them when they are not being used.

~ Why Not ~
Some may order these viewing glasses without realizing they do not work on any passive or infrared TVs and cannot be used in a movie theater. Others may think they are uncomfortable or weighty, but I did not notice wearing them over my current glasses that include bifocals.

~ Wish ~
I wish the included USB cable that is about 2 feet in length were a little longer.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a quality pair of 3D viewing glasses, these will do the trick and keep your eyes wide open in awe watching your favorite flicks.

I am under no obligation to review this discounted product I purchased at https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XXJCXDK

HI-SHOCK WEBSITE: www.hi-shock.de too

GRAMMARLY was used to check for errors in this review.


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