Ex3D eyewear: Putting some style into 3D glasses
When it comes to fashion, 3D glasses are never high on the list of must-wears. They are bad enough at home, when you are in the comfort of your own privacy, but at cinemas there is no hiding from the fact that you, well, look a bit stupid wearing them.
However, the embarrassment could be coming to an end thanks to Ex3D’s new range of stylish 3D glasses. Using M3D lens technology, and designed with style in mind, the range of glasses will ensure you look almost as good as the picture you’re watching. With the exception of Clash of the Titans, of course.
With 3D TVs selling more than ever, and no end of new films released in three dimensions, the time has never been better to invest in a pair of these glasses. Starting from only £25 each for a pair with plastic frames or from £50 for metal frames, the glasses not only look good, but are affordable too. They even offer UV protection, meaning you don’t just have to wear them in front of the box, you can see the whole world in glorious 3D!
If you would like to find out more information on how to get your hands on a pair of the new Ex3D glasses, visit www.ex3d.com.
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