3D Glasses with Prescription Lenses for Television or Cinema

16th May 2017

3D Lens Technology for Prescription 3D Glasses Takes a Step Forward

If like many people you need to wear your own glasses when watching a 3D film at the cinema or at home, you will probably be fed up with the heavy glasses that you have to wear over the top of your own glasses.

It makes the viewing uncomfortable and the look is not a good one!

With an active system, this means having quite an uncomfortable weight resting on your head. I for one can no longer be bothered with the hassle of doing this and because of this I rarely use my 3D television or bother with the cinema.

But this has now changed as Glasses2You are offering top of the range 3D prescription lenses into a 3D glasses frame of your choice.

This means that you only need to wear one comfortable pair of glasses when watching 3D films which really enhances the experience. They are lightweight and can be added to the same frame as your current glasses.

The 3D glasses lenses are not multi-coloured or with a dark tint – they are only slightly tinted, which means they can also be used for other purposes.

The 3D glasses can be used even when not watching a film, although we do not recommend driving. They are, however, also suitable for certain sports such as golf.


Written by: Russell Andrew, Director

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