ZiYan- 50 Pairs – FLAT- 3D Glasses Red and Cyan WHITE Frame Anaglyph Cardboard

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★50 Pairs of Red/Cyan Cardboard 3D Glasses – Folded in Protective Sleeve. ★Put on these snazzy, white 3D glasses with red and blue lenses and watch your screen come alive and those images leap out at you from the pages of your magazine or your comic book.★ These are paper card glasses that you can carry around with you wherever you go and are multimedia. ★You can use them for viewing 3D prints, television, anaglyph videos, photos on the Internet and videos on YouTube, a lot of other publications and, above all, your favourite movies.★ Wear these versatile red and blue (cyan) glasses for hours of comfortable and exciting viewing!

Customer Reviews

They work great and are inexpensive

 on April 6, 2018
By angelmom
I bought these for a class project on 3-D photography. They work great and are inexpensive.

Works as advertised

 on February 23, 2018
By H. Cobb
Works as advertised, great deal.

Five Stars

 on October 24, 2017
By Christine Schell
exactly what I was looking for!

Five Stars

 on September 22, 2017
By Sherry
Great deal.

but for a single use item it is perfect.

 on February 26, 2018
By Charles C.
Exactly as promised…just a note the sizes are a bit small for adults…but for a single use item it is perfect.

Five Stars

 on February 25, 2018

Be Aware: These glasses are NOT for current 3D TVs or alternating frame 3D.

 on September 14, 2017
By CinemaDude
These are fine for what they are, and although most people with some technical savvy know what “anaglyphic” means, for the uninitiated who are just looking for “3D glasses,” be aware these are NOT for the current TV 3D systems, either passive or active. These are for a rarely used system using red and cyan filtering for each eye — old 3D comic books use them and some non-mainstream movies and internet content use this system — this is clearly stated in the description. The seller is not trying to be cagey here, but I thought perhaps some may not see or understand the distinction.