- Model Number: AGF210
- Model Name: AGF-210
LG AG-F210 Cinema 3D Glasses (2-Pairs) for 2011 and 2012 LG 3D LED-LCD HDTVs (Colors May Vary Black, White, Orange )
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- Comfortable and lightweight these glasses work only with 2011-2012 LG Cinema 3D LED and LCD TVsf TVs
- Comes with cleaner
- Two sets of glasses per box
- Colors may vary (2 black or 1 white and 1 orange)
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Top Customer Reviews
When I put them on, I see 3D images. So they work!
Also, I wear glasses, as does my son. They fit nicely above the prescription glasses, so that's a plus!
Each pair also comes with a cleaning cloth to help keep them clean.
I have about 12 pair.
The build quality is only a little better than what you get at the theater. The polarize film is thin, so you may not want your kids to play with them.
I would recommend them for anyone who want low priced glasses for their Passive 3D TV. They will not work for active 3D. I also have an active 3D TV, that I no longer use for 3D because those glasses hurt after a while.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Didn't the movies have these back in the 50s? 3D is OK, but not knock your socks off.Published 13 months ago by tocaff
these are the replacement for my LG tv. thats it, they work great, same as the ones that came with my TV but came in a cool cylinder case.Published 14 months ago by Man
WHEN I GOT A CHANCE TO USE THEM THEY WORKED EXCELLANT. UNFORTUNATELY COMCAST DROPPED 3D PROGRAMS. I CAN SEE WHY COMCAST IS LOSING THE BATTLE.Published 15 months ago by HAROLD RISLEY