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Master Geek

# 213987 22-Apr-2017 12:36
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Hi all,


I am hoping that someone out there will have a spare set of either Epson 3D Glasses (RF) ELPGS03 or Panasonic TY-ER3D4MU that might wish to sell. Obviously need to be working and in excellent condition please.


Needed urgently for a family 3D film night next weekend.


Many thanks in advance,



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Uber Geek

  # 1768840 22-Apr-2017 12:50
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I recall some months back Appliance Shed were selling some cheap. They were dusty even then so probably still around. I don't recall which branch, you would have to call around. They were in a specials bin

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  # 1768847 22-Apr-2017 13:11
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I have a Panasonic 3D Plasma, and have used the glasses once. I will look up the model number.  Are you looking just to buy, or to borrow?

And where in NZ are you?


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  # 1768850 22-Apr-2017 13:15
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I have a couple of Samsung SSG-5100GB, West Auckland.

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Master Geek

  # 1768855 22-Apr-2017 13:31
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Thanks for your speedy and helpful replies everyone.

I'm in Christchurch and am happy to purchase or borrow if someone's willing to do that.

I've tried the Samsung models and found they let in too much ambient light so would only use those as a last resort (but thanks for your offer).



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Uber Geek

  # 1769517 24-Apr-2017 09:22
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I have two pairs of the Panasonic TY-EP3D20 glasses i don't use, both are in good condition.

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  # 1769522 24-Apr-2017 09:32
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I have got a 1 pair of TY-ER3D4MA if you want to borrow them , I am in CHCH as well. Pretty sure they still work have not charged them up in probably a couple of years though.




Sorry doesn't charge has a battery in it. So new battery and they should be fine.

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