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Sony TDG-BR250B 3D Glasses Black

Released on 12 June 2011

Manufacturer: Sony

4.0 out of 5 (1 customer review) | Write a review

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Rechargeable 3D glasses for smooth, comfortable 3D viewing.

Immersive 3D viewing on your BRAVIA 3D TV
Using specialist Active Shutter technology from Sony, 3D glasses work with BRAVIA 3D TVs to deliver a highly realistic 3D effect

Clear 3D images from a wide viewing angle
3D glasses work with high precision for smooth 3D viewing from around the room and less flicker from ambient room light

Quick recharge time
Quick and easy to recharge for a long viewing time using a supplied micro USB cable which connects directly to the TV

Stylish, wraparound design which keeps out light
3D glasses are designed to block external room light and reflection for a brighter, better quality 3D picture

Lightweight and durable for long term use
Lightweight so you can watch for hours; tough so you can keep using again and again

Keep glasses safe in a storage pouch (supplied)
Protect your 3D glasses when you're not using them by putting them in the storage pouch
  • 3D Glasses
  • Rechargeable
  • Active Shutter
  • Black Design

customer Reviews

 Average rating (1 review)

 The best you can get at the moment.

| | See all AlwaysSkint's reviews (14)

Bought these glasses for my Sony 40NX723 because Sony don't think the should supply glasses with their 1400 pound 3D televisions.

The glasses are actually rather large. Could easily be worn over smaller prescription glasses. They are quite light, but can still irritate the bridge of your nose (if you have a massive nose like me that is).

They charge up very quickly. 30 mins on charge with give you 30 hours of use, or you can charge them for 3 mins for 3 hours of use.

The TV detects the glasses and they power off with the TV.

The 3D effect that they create has been a mixed bag so far. i've watched the 3D clips that are streamed to the TV and also tried a couple of PS3 games (Wipeout HD and Super Stardust HD). The games were good, but a few of the clips didn't really seem to take advantage of the 3D. This is probably down to the content though, and not a fault of these glasses.

I hope that in the future 3D glasses will be a little more refined.

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