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Star Wars Rogue One 3D Glasses
Star Wars
Rogue One

Red Cyan - Anaglyph 3D Glasses - Hand Held
Red Cyan
Hand Held

Red Cyan - Anaglyph 3D Glasses - with Arms
Red Cyan
With Arms
Red Green - Anaglyph 3D Glasses - with Arms
Red Green
With Arms
Red Blue - Anaglyph 3D Glasses - with Arms
Red Blue
With Arms
Polarised 3D Glasses
Polarised
3D Glasses
Pulfrich 3D Glasses
Pulfrich
3D Glasses
ChromaDepth 3D Glasses
ChromaDepth
3D Glasses
Green Magenta - Anaglyph 3D Glasses - with Arms
Green Magenta
with Arms
ColorCode 3D Glasses
Channel 4 3D TV
3D Glasses
Polarised 3D Glasses with Arms

Polarised 3D Glasses with Arms

Pack of 5 £9.99 GBP
Pack of 10 £18.99 GBP
Pack of 25 £45.00 GBP
Pack of 50 £75.00 GBP
Pack of 100 £140.00 GBP

Quantities of packets may be entered on the Buy Now page.

All prices include delivery any where world wide.

Pay by cheque, download and fill in our mail order forms.

Polarised 3D glasses are perfect for viewing projected 3D movies, projected 3D videos and projected 3D slide shows (these 3D glasses do not work on TV screens, for TV you most likely want our anaglyph 3D glasses with arms).

3D Imax cinemas use a large lens version of this type of polarized 3D glasses, for such films as the latest blockbuster 3D Imax version of 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' and 'Superman Returns' (please note some Imax cinemas use a different format of 3D projection, compatibility with these 3D glasses is not guaranteed).

The touring production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Starlight Express The 3RD Dimension' also uses polarised 3-D glasses referred to as 'safety goggles' for the dramatic race scenes projected on stage.

These are polarised 3D glasses with arms, which can be worn like normal spectacles. This allows the polarised 3D glasses to be easily used for long periods and leave your hands free while watching a projected 3D movie, 3D video, 3D slide show or a 3D presentation. With the right projection equipment they can also be used while operating a computer in a virtual environment or playing a computer game.

The polarised 3D glasses are plain white (on both sides) cardboard glasses with arms - one size fits all.

The lenses in these cardboard polarised 3D glasses are linear polarised and look like a pair of grey sun glasses (however; they should never be used as sun glasses). Linear polarised 3D glasses are the most common process for projected 3D, if you require circular polarised 3D glasses, or plastic framed 3D glasses then please Contact Us for details.

These polarised 3D glasses are perfect to be handed out to your 3D theatre audience perhaps to view your corporate 3D presentation or 3D commercial. We can also help you make the most of the polarised 3D glasses by having them custom printed with your own full colour design and marketing message, please Contact Us for details (minimum order for customised printing is 2,000 pairs of polarised 3D glasses with arms). While it may appear more cost effective to use plastic 3D glasses don't forget about the hidden costs of manpower, machinery and storage space for recollecting, sorting and disinfecting the plastic 3D glasses before handing them to the next audience, and also the unknown cost of breakages. While with custom printed cardboard glasses you can give them away as a memento, which the majority of people are guaranteed to keep for years.

Large quantities of polarised 3D glasses are available for sale at a discount. Please Contact Us for details. (Minimum order for customised printing is 5,000 polarised 3D glasses with arms.)


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