- Model Number: BT-304
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Universal 3D Glasses - These glasses work with all major brands of 3D TV's that use an IR signal. Such as Mitsubishi, SONY, Panasonic, Samsung (2010 and earlier), Toshiba, Sharp, Philips & Pioneer.
Fits Great Over Prescription Glasses - According to the Vision Council of America 64% of the adult American population wears eyeglasses for one reason or another. That's over 150,000,000 people in the U.S. who wear prescriptive eyewear and that's already excluding those who use contacts! So in other words about 1 in 2 people will have to put 3D glasses over their prescription glasses.
This is where these 3D glasses really excel over other 3D glasses. They were designed to be prescription eyewear friendly for maximum comfort.
Active Sync Smart Technology - These glasses use an active sync technology to connect with your 3D TV. This means NO PROGRAMMING is necessary like other brands of Universal 3D Glasses (e.g. Xpand's X103 3D Glasses).
Simple One Button Operation with Auto Shutoff Feature - This design is one that just makes obvious sense to us. A simple one button On/Off Power button - no guessing or messing around with a button that also doubles as a programming button to make things more complicated than it needs to be.
In addition, it also has an Auto Shutoff feature so when it doesn't receive an IR signal after about 2 minutes the glasses will automatically power down to preserve battery life and avoid a dead battery the next time you go to use them.
Rechargeable, Not Battery Powered - These glasses are rechargeable not battery powered. On a full charge (approximately 3 hours) these glasses can run for around 40 hours before needing to be recharged again.
Bought these on EBay when they were sold on there. Around $80 each then. They aren't sold on EBay anymore. Supposedly came with a lifetime warranty. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael J. Evans
We have a sony 3d tv and sony glasses for 2 years they are fine if you don't wear glasses , but if you do it's very hard to watch a full movie they press on your glasses and we get... Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by christine means
Works with Sharp Aquos LC-80LE844U 80", but I have to deduct a star as turning them on and off is confusing - it's hard to tell if they are on or off since the green light only... Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by Tek2000
Universal 3D Glasses by Blick (with Active Sync Smart Technology, Prescription Eyewear Friendly, IR Signal, Rechargeable Battery)This supposedly universal glasses cannot sync with... Read morePublished on September 4, 2012 by Larry
The problem I am having is that there is a LOT of ghosting with these glasses compared to the original glasses that came with the TV. Read morePublished on May 31, 2012 by BigMac
I ordered these because many reviewers said how well they work with glasses - my wife and I are happy to confirm that is very true. Read morePublished on May 10, 2012 by Mike Myers