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ezGear TH100 G1 - ezVision Video Glasses

by ezGear

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  • Lightweight dual-LCD optics with integrated headphones create a vivid big-screen experience
  • Lithium ion battery provides up to eight hours of battery life
  • Works with a variety of video devices
  • Video system: NTSC/PAL/SECAM
  • Take your favorite TV shows and movies anywhere
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameezGear
Item Weight1.3 pounds
Product Dimensions3.8 x 4 x 1.5 inches
Item model numberTH100
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000GL6M50
Shipping Weight1 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 15, 2005
  
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Product Description

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The perfect companion for iPod Video, the ezVision offers users the ability take their favorite TV shows and movies anywhere in all of their wide-screen glory, taking the "home" out of home theater.

ezVision Video Glasses offer you a 50-inch virtual screen that fits like a pair of glasses. The ezVision Video Glasses are ultra lightweight, weighing a mere 4 ounces. With built-in earphones, an 8-hour rechargeable Lithium ion battery pack, iPod and DVD adapters, and the included wall charger, you get everything you need to enjoy movies, music videos, cartoons, and podcasts almost anywhere, with a host of Video devices: Apple iPod, DVD players, MP4 players, Zen Vision M, Zen Vision, VCRs, TVs, PlayStation, Xbox, Game Cube, and more.

What's in the Box
ezVision eyewear with integrated stereo earphones, two nose pieces for custom fit, rechargeable lithium ion battery, A/C wall charger, RCA video cable, iPod video cable.

Product Description

50-inch Wide Screen View ? ezVision Video Glasses simulate a 50-inch video screen view at an 8.5 foot distance. Imagine watching your favorite video or movie like you were in your own home theater! Ultra Light Weight ? Small size and light weight design allows a users to really enjoy their ezVision Video Glasses. Weighing in at a mere 68 grams, the ezVision can easily be taken anywhere. Courtesy ? The ezVision is easy to connect to any VCR, DVD player, cable or satellite box, or portable video player. Using the ezVision, you can enjoy them without bothering others. They are great at night, when your spouse is trying to sleep. Just use your ezVision glasses to watch your favorite show without exposing your spouse to the bright light or sound from your TV. Built in Stereo Audio ? The ezVision also includes high quality audio earphones giving the ezVision the complete multi-media experience. Eight (8) hour Battery Life ? Watch a movie, music videos, your favorite TV show and more. With the rechargeable slimline LiNH Battery, you will have hours of entertainment. Up to 8 hours to be exact! iPod Ready ? The ezVision comes with an iPod interconnect cable so you can connect your iPod Video to the unit. Video Gaming ? And it's great for gaming as well. Use the ezVision with the Xbox, NES, or Sony systems. Privacy ? The ezVision offers great privacy. Whether it is on a plane, at home, in your college dorm, or in the soldier's barracks, you can watch anything, anytime in complete privacy. The ezVision is also great for outdoor use. The private screen is free from glare from sunlight, making it easy to see the screen day or night. DVD Players ? Using the ezVision RCA cable, the ezVision can also be used with any DVD player. Great for long trips, flights, or for your kids in the back of your car.

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Man this sucks.
Nathan M. Smith
In other words, if your equipment becomes defective for any reason after the warranty expires, ezGear may not fix or replace it.
Alexandre Carvalho
We glued it together with plastic cement, bot a month later the other leg broke off, in pretty much same place.
InnaDMD

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Nathan M. Smith on September 11, 2008
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The ezGear TH100 G1 - ezVision Video Glasses arrived promptly, like all my orders from Amazon.com and I was anxious to try them out and expecting a stunning new TV viewing experience.

I plugged in my video source, plugged in my headphones, put the glasses on, and ... saw a really fuzzy picture. Ok, I figured I am near sighted maybe there is an adjustment or something .. looked at the user manual and it says the device will fit over glasses, and it did ... and that cleared up the picture but, the thing is very heavy and uncomfortable and is worse with glasses on.

The picture, was something far from the stunning experience I was expecting. This thing is suppose to look like I'm watching a 50 inch TV right? Well it looked like I was watching a blown up Casio 2" Portable TV, which is really what this is.

Ok, so at this point... I'm usually not a whiner but I don't think this is worth $189.19, but I wasn't going to return it... then I realized the right audio channel has no sound. I checked my cables, tried a different source, swapped the left and right cables, and sure enough the right channel is busted. Almost no sound. Man this sucks. Five minutes later the video turned all white. That sealed it, returned for a refund.

Would I recommend buying this? Sure, if it was in the $20 discount bin but not for $189.19.
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Alexandre Carvalho on February 4, 2009
Please be ware that ezGear offers limited warranty coverage (just 3 months in my case), and that customer support may be inexistent shortly after the warranty expires. In other words, if your equipment becomes defective for any reason after the warranty expires, ezGear may not fix or replace it. It's not that they may not fix or replace it for free. They may not fix or replace it at all, even if you're willing to pay for the service!

In early 2007 I bought from Amazon.com an earlier version of this product called iWear, for which I paid a couple hundred dollars at the time. After just a few weeks of use, one of its legs broke, even though the equipment had been used gently. At the time I sent it back to ezGear and my unit was replaced under the 3 months warranty at no extra cost other than shipping. 18 months after I got another broken leg, but at this time ezGear refused to repair or replace the product, even if I was willing to pay for the service! ezGear simply didn't offer customer support for my iWear after the warranty expired. I consider this practice unacceptable, specially for a relatively pricey item such as video goggles, and I'll never buy from ezGear again.

March 26, 2009 Update:

In reference to the above, and after lecturing me several times by e-mail that "threatening us or any other company [with my comments] to meet your needs is not an acceptable way to conduct business", ezGear contacted me by phone and proposed that I sent my goggles to them for repair. I did so, and was by then hopeful that we would come to a reasonable solution. After a few weeks, though, ezGear called me and informed that they were indeed not able to fix my unit anymore. They proposed to exchange it for one of the newer models for $100. I declined. They then asked me if I wanted my defective unit to be sent back to me. Again, I declined.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By InnaDMD on January 3, 2010
We bought these goggles a few years ago, when they were called iWear, to use with the video iPod. The picture quality was so-so, and they're not comfortable to wear, but we figured it would work OK for our patients. At some point one of the ear buds went dead; by that time the product was out of warranty.
About 2 years into its use one of the legs broke off, not at the hinge as one would expect but actually the plastic part of the goggle body itself. We glued it together with plastic cement, bot a month later the other leg broke off, in pretty much same place. We glued it again, but then it broke again in a new place, not where we glued it. Conclusion: the quality of plastic the goggle body is made of is way too cheap. So, overall, we would not recommend this product, and are currently looking into a different brand to replace the one we had.
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The husband asked for these but was not at all happy once he got them and tried them out. I'm not sure if it was because he usually wears glasses and they didn't focus for him or what but I had to send them back.
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