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#88739 22-Aug-2011 21:26
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Just recently bought a new Samsung  UA55D8000 tv and was looking to get some more 3D glasses - Harvey norman wanted to charge me $290 for the SSG-3700 , been looking around where to get a decent price - 

has anyone bought from http://www.samsung-3d-glasses.com/ ?

thanks 

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  #510201 22-Aug-2011 22:32
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jake18: Just recently bought a new Samsung  UA55D8000 tv and was looking to get some more 3D glasses - Harvey norman wanted to charge me $290 for the SSG-3700 , been looking around where to get a decent price - 

has anyone bought from http://www.samsung-3d-glasses.com/ ?

thanks 


Would rather pay $290 than buy it from that website, sounds like a website made for people specially googling for cheap 3D glasses.

Or if you know someone in US/UK get them to send it to you. Best option
http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SSG-3700CR-Active-Glasses-Compatible/dp/B004PYEBYI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1314008971&sr=8-1

Would be wise to find out if samsung nz will give you warranty support before buying.

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  #510202 22-Aug-2011 22:34
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Maybe ebay, I get the 3100s from there for around $50 NZ shipped, heaps cheaper than the $150 they want here for them.

 
 
 
 


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  #510226 23-Aug-2011 00:13
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I have and a few of my mates have, bought Samsung SSG series glasses from Amazon. I would recommend. Not sure about the warranty though, but at a 3rd the price who cares? Just buy some more! I think I got 4 day shipping too.

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SSG-3300GR-Active-Glasses-Compatible/dp/B004PYEBZ2/ref=sr_1_8?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1314015051&sr=1-8

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SSG-3100GB-Active-Glasses-Compatible/dp/B004PYEBY8/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1314015051&sr=1-2 

I really want to get the SSG inductive charger too, it looks cool!

http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-CY-SWC1000A-Charging-Station-Glasses/dp/B004S0X68G/ref=pd_bxgy_e_text_b



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  #510467 23-Aug-2011 11:11
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Amazon.com doesn't ship these items to NZ - not really keen to use shipto.

Can get a 3 Pair set from ebay (south korea) shipped for $170 NZ - going to give it a go next week.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SAMSUNG-SSG-3100GB-3D-Active-Glasses-Battery-Operated-/180693417860?pt=AU_Television_Accessories&hash=item2a122abf84 




this is a slap in the face!


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  #510503 23-Aug-2011 11:51
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$290 for a pair of 3D glasses. ouch!

Sony 3D active glasses are only $99 (not much help to you obviously)



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  #510510 23-Aug-2011 11:57
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well the price sticker on the 3D glass pack was $329.95 and they were going to sell it for $290 as i was buying a TV

I see http://www.expansys.co.nz/samsung-ssg-3700--3d-rechargeable-glasses-217404/ sells them for $173

i see there alot of sellers from korea on ebay,-postive feedback etc - might try them 

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  #510701 23-Aug-2011 15:17
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shadybrothers: Amazon.com doesn't ship these items to NZ - not really keen to use shipto.

Can get a 3 Pair set from ebay (south korea) shipped for $170 NZ - going to give it a go next week.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SAMSUNG-SSG-3100GB-3D-Active-Glasses-Battery-Operated-/180693417860?pt=AU_Television_Accessories&hash=item2a122abf84 


Sorry, Amazon does use many merchants though, so try another one. I have bought these a month or so ago, and used my NZ credit card and normal shipping, so you don't need shipito or the like.

 
 
 
 


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  #510755 23-Aug-2011 16:14
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jake18: well the price sticker on the 3D glass pack was $329.95 and they were going to sell it for $290 as i was buying a TV

I see http://www.expansys.co.nz/samsung-ssg-3700--3d-rechargeable-glasses-217404/ sells them for $173

i see there alot of sellers from korea on ebay,-postive feedback etc - might try them 


Wow! Knock that price down, I got mne for $140 for the blu-ray starter pack, with my TV from Harveys.  I even got the TV cheaper than Trade(same time as teh JBHifi trade+15 deal).   If they are trying to get $290 out of you, I'd say get some off Ebay, then get some 3d movies later on

 




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  #510762 23-Aug-2011 16:22
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You may have bought different glasses than the OP though...
The ones jake18 has listed are the top of the line versions with weighted 'blobs' at the back.
Personally, the BluRay disc / glasses combo pack would be the best bet in my book.



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  #512233 26-Aug-2011 09:15
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Well, i ordered the glasses from the website on the 22nd was comfortable as they accepted paypal 
glasses arrived this morning, packages/boxed as expected, tested and working fine
3 pairs for the same price as buying 1 pair from harvey norman 

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  #513306 29-Aug-2011 09:47
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Good news! Glad that it worked out. I'll be doing the same shortly.




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  #561765 27-Dec-2011 11:10
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I ended up buying the 5 pack Samsung SSG-3100GB 3D glasses from ebay last night. NZ$250 incl Fed-Ex 2 business day shipping! Same cost for 5 3D glasses here is $750 via DSE.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/120743601763?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649




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#569626 16-Jan-2012 20:30
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Thanks for your recommendation of the Samsung 3D glasses website jake18. I ordered 3 pairs of Samsung 3D glasses and a wifi dongle for the blu-ray player last Wednesday and they arrived today. They threw in a bunch of spare batteries for the glasses too. The cost for all of that was less than 1 pair of the glasses (same model) from Noel Leemings. All items are the real deal genuine Samsung parts and work perfectly..

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  #570216 18-Jan-2012 00:07
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I bought some Samsung Bluetooth glasses (SSG-3050GB) from this seller on eBay:
http://myworld.ebay.com/dream-seller/

Shipping is pretty slow but cheap. The glasses work fine and appear to be genuine Samsung. They are a bit lighter in weight than the SSG-3100 and I think the temples work better for people who need to wear regular eyeglasses as well, but they don't cut out ambient side light the way the SSG-3100s do and the kids say they look "a lot geekier". :)

Price including shipping was $US23.60 for one unit, $US$45 for two. Batteries are 8 for about $2 on Dealextreme.

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  #570217 18-Jan-2012 00:12
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numfarr: Price including shipping was $US23.60 for one unit, $US$45 for two. Batteries are 8 for about $2 on Dealextreme.


That is dirt cheap, nice work. We are so ripped off for 3D glasses in NZ... thankfully there's always the internet. 

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