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XPAND X105-RF-X1 Rechargeable 3D RF/Bluetooth Glasses,Black
XPAND X105-RF-X1 Rechargeable 3D RF/Bluetooth Glasses,Black
XPAND X105-RF-X1 Rechargeable 3D RF/Bluetooth Glasses,Black

XPAND X105-RF-X1 Rechargeable 3D RF/Bluetooth Glasses,Black

XPAND X105-RF-X1 Rechargeable 3D RF/Bluetooth Glasses,Black
XPAND X105-RF-X1 Rechargeable 3D RF/Bluetooth Glasses,Black
XPAND X105-RF-X1 Rechargeable 3D RF/Bluetooth Glasses,Black
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Features

  • Super lightweight
  • Rechargeable
  • Full HD 3D; Temperature: 5 – 45˚C
  • RF/Bluetooth
  • Superior quality 3D

Description

3D Active RF/Bluetooth Glasses SAMSUNG Panasonic XPAND EPSON JVC RF/Bluetooth


Product Dimensions 3 x 2.5 x 7.1 inches


Item Weight 1.44 ounces


Manufacturer x6d inc


ASIN B00BFO4XSA


Item model number X105-RF-X1


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.0 out of 5 stars 139 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #25 in 3D Viewing Glasses


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 14, 2013


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Features

  • Super lightweight
  • Rechargeable
  • Full HD 3D; Temperature: 5 – 45˚C
  • RF/Bluetooth
  • Superior quality 3D

Description

3D Active RF/Bluetooth Glasses SAMSUNG Panasonic XPAND EPSON JVC RF/Bluetooth


Product Dimensions 3 x 2.5 x 7.1 inches


Item Weight 1.44 ounces


Manufacturer x6d inc


ASIN B00BFO4XSA


Item model number X105-RF-X1


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.0 out of 5 stars 139 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #25 in 3D Viewing Glasses


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 14, 2013


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Super lightweight
  • Rechargeable
  • Full HD 3D; Temperature: 5 – 45˚C
  • RF/Bluetooth
  • Superior quality 3D

Description

3D Active RF/Bluetooth Glasses SAMSUNG Panasonic XPAND EPSON JVC RF/Bluetooth


Product Dimensions 3 x 2.5 x 7.1 inches


Item Weight 1.44 ounces


Manufacturer x6d inc


ASIN B00BFO4XSA


Item model number X105-RF-X1


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.0 out of 5 stars 139 ratings 4.0 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #25 in 3D Viewing Glasses


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 14, 2013


abunda_amazon_reviews These Xpand X105-RF-X1 glasses will function with a JVC projector but they result in a dimmer image than the JVC-branded glasses. Apparently the reason for this is that JVC projectors use horizontally polarized light and if your projection screen retains some of this polarization (as does my Studiotek 130 screen) you’ll end up with a noticeably dimmer image through these glasses. (See attached photos.) XpandVision makes another version of these glasses (Xpand X105-RF-X3) which fully addresses this problem but they are not currently available on Amazon or elsewhere. In fact, they are not even listed on XpandVision’s web site. You must contact their custom service to request ordering them directly as I did. If you do a web search for this alternate model, you’ll find discussions about them. This alternate model (X3) works great with JVC projectors though. The reduced four star rating is just for XpandVision’s failure to clearly state this compatibility issue in the product listing. Hopefully, they will make the X3’s more easily available if people keep asking for them.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;NOT best model for JVC projectors;;Christopher;;;The range of reviews and prices for 3D glasses is all over the place. So, I picked up a few of the "best" ones and offer this comparison (see image). They are ranked in order of my personal overall preference (see Rating). While lens dimensions and weight are objective measures, I have also included more subjective attributes like field of view (FOV), glare and comfort. These can serve to balance assumptions, e.g., that the lightest weight glasses would be the most comfortable. For reference, I also included an old pair of original Epson glasses (with asterisks) that came with the purchase of a projector many years ago. These are no longer available; the knock-offs sold by 3DHeavan are only available in a 4-pack and are likely not as good. Overall: The top four are all keepers. I would be happy watching a movie with any of the top four. Best: The XPAND glassess are by far my favortite among currently available glasses. The field of view is amazing. The frames never distract you and there is no reflected light coming in from the sides. Though the heaviest, they are perfectly comfortable over the duration of a movie. They are the second most expensive. Worst: At the bottom of the list, the Sintron glasses were a joke. They are by far the cheapest and it shows. The top of the frames completely block your view. You would have to wear them at an uncomfortable angle or sit leaning way back in order to see anything through them. Being straight as a board, they stick out at the sides, letting in a ton of reflected light. I immediately returned these. Most Disappointing: The Sony pair had great reviews and a price that promised exceptional quality. While passable as a pair of 3D glasses, there is nothing special about these. In fact, there are some clear downsides. Despite having decent-sized lenses, without any contouring to the face, they stick out at the sides, decreasing the actual field of view and letting in reflected light. They are comfortable at first, sitting lightly on a soft nose piece. Unfortunately, you will find yourself resetting the glasses multiple times during a movie as they slowly sink onto your nose and actually get a little stuck due to the soft nose piece. A minor annoyance, but certainly not something you want to pay extra for!;;Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best overall in comparison;;A. Pico;;;PROS- MORE THAN A 50% DIFFERENCE IN PRICE VS THE EPSON GLASSES THAT THEY REPLACE PICTURE QUALITY IS SIMILAR TO EPSON BATTERY LIFE IS GOOD- watched back to back movies with breaks and they still had power CONS- NOT AS COMFORTABLE AS THE EPSON GLASSES. I bought a few of both glasses. Everyone that has tried on both glasses, agree that the Epsons are more comfortable even in blind tests. It has something to do with the part that goes around the ears for some and the part at the bridge of the nose for other people. I usually give them to the kids and haven't had any complaints. If you have not used the Epsons you will not notice the difference. BECAUSE OF THE PRICE DIFFERENCE AND SIMILAR PICTURE QUALITY these are acceptable 3d glasses.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;GOOD ALTERNATIVE TO EPSONS;;Alvo;;;Bought 6 pairs. All six worked out of the box. They work well, but they do cut down about 40% of the brightness. Like watching with sunglasses on. That said, if you have 5000 lumens to burn, these produce an incredibly realistic sense of "being there". The sensation is like you're watching the live movie set through a giant hole in your wall. Pretty nifty! UPDATE: One pair of XPAND glasses fails to power up or even charge normally after 4-5 uses and charge cycles. On the charger, the LED just slowly pulsates from dim to bright, but doesn't seem to charge. Off the charger, the glasses show no sign of life. Have been unable to reach XPAND technical support since 4 months ago. UPDATE 2: I have been trying to contact Xpand since late September, and have not gotten a reply from them. It seems it is impossible to get warranty repair on these glasses. BEWARE!;;Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2018;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Affordable, good quality, but One of Six Pairs Failed after 6 months-ZERO Warranty;;Mark A. Weiss;;;I'm super disappointed because the options are disappearing fast for those of us who still enjoy watching 3D movies. These wouldn't pair with the TV after many, many attempts using all types of possible scenarios and settings. The Samsung and Sony brand ones worked perfectly but are no longer made. The Samsung ones are made of such thin plastic which seemingly self- destructs after a certain amount of use. I have broken 4 pairs even though I've treated them very carefully. The Sony ones are more robust, but impossible to find. Although no manufacturer has produced a 3D tv for over 3 years, the movies are still made in 3D, and released on disc in 3D. Projectors are available with this feature, but the technology is different, and the glasses (also not available from projectors manufacturers) won't work with the TVs, and aren't generally great for daytime viewing. If anyone knows of a solution for this, I would be very grateful to hear about it. I have a collection of 3D movies which I would like to continue to enjoy.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Did not work at all after repeated attempts;;Da Vid

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Christopher - Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2018
NOT best model for JVC projectors
These Xpand X105-RF-X1 glasses will function with a JVC projector but they result in a dimmer image than the JVC-branded glasses. Apparently the reason for this is that JVC projectors use horizontally polarized light and if your projection screen retains some of this polarization (as does my Studiotek 130 screen) you’ll end up with a noticeably dimmer image through these glasses. (See attached photos.) XpandVision makes another version of these glasses (Xpand X105-RF-X3) which fully addresses this problem but they are not currently available on Amazon or elsewhere. In fact, they are not even listed on XpandVision’s web site. You must contact their custom service to request ordering them directly as I did. If you do a web search for this alternate model, you’ll find discussions about them. This alternate model (X3) works great with JVC projectors though. The reduced four star rating is just for XpandVision’s failure to clearly state this compatibility issue in the product listing. Hopefully, they will make the X3’s more easily available if people keep asking for them.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By A. Pico - Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2019
Best overall in comparison
The range of reviews and prices for 3D glasses is all over the place. So, I picked up a few of the "best" ones and offer this comparison (see image). They are ranked in order of my personal overall preference (see Rating). While lens dimensions and weight are objective measures, I have also included more subjective attributes like field of view (FOV), glare and comfort. These can serve to balance assumptions, e.g., that the lightest weight glasses would be the most comfortable. For reference, I also included an old pair of original Epson glasses (with asterisks) that came with the purchase of a projector many years ago. These are no longer available; the knock-offs sold by 3DHeavan are only available in a 4-pack and are likely not as good. Overall: The top four are all keepers. I would be happy watching a movie with any of the top four. Best: The XPAND glassess are by far my favortite among currently available glasses. The field of view is amazing. The frames never distract you and there is no reflected light coming in from the sides. Though the heaviest, they are perfectly comfortable over the duration of a movie. They are the second most expensive. Worst: At the bottom of the list, the Sintron glasses were a joke. They are by far the cheapest and it shows. The top of the frames completely block your view. You would have to wear them at an uncomfortable angle or sit leaning way back in order to see anything through them. Being straight as a board, they stick out at the sides, letting in a ton of reflected light. I immediately returned these. Most Disappointing: The Sony pair had great reviews and a price that promised exceptional quality. While passable as a pair of 3D glasses, there is nothing special about these. In fact, there are some clear downsides. Despite having decent-sized lenses, without any contouring to the face, they stick out at the sides, decreasing the actual field of view and letting in reflected light. They are comfortable at first, sitting lightly on a soft nose piece. Unfortunately, you will find yourself resetting the glasses multiple times during a movie as they slowly sink onto your nose and actually get a little stuck due to the soft nose piece. A minor annoyance, but certainly not something you want to pay extra for!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Alvo - Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2019
GOOD ALTERNATIVE TO EPSONS
PROS- MORE THAN A 50% DIFFERENCE IN PRICE VS THE EPSON GLASSES THAT THEY REPLACE PICTURE QUALITY IS SIMILAR TO EPSON BATTERY LIFE IS GOOD- watched back to back movies with breaks and they still had power CONS- NOT AS COMFORTABLE AS THE EPSON GLASSES. I bought a few of both glasses. Everyone that has tried on both glasses, agree that the Epsons are more comfortable even in blind tests. It has something to do with the part that goes around the ears for some and the part at the bridge of the nose for other people. I usually give them to the kids and haven't had any complaints. If you have not used the Epsons you will not notice the difference. BECAUSE OF THE PRICE DIFFERENCE AND SIMILAR PICTURE QUALITY these are acceptable 3d glasses.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Mark A. Weiss - Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2018
Affordable, good quality, but One of Six Pairs Failed after 6 months-ZERO Warranty
Bought 6 pairs. All six worked out of the box. They work well, but they do cut down about 40% of the brightness. Like watching with sunglasses on. That said, if you have 5000 lumens to burn, these produce an incredibly realistic sense of "being there". The sensation is like you're watching the live movie set through a giant hole in your wall. Pretty nifty! UPDATE: One pair of XPAND glasses fails to power up or even charge normally after 4-5 uses and charge cycles. On the charger, the LED just slowly pulsates from dim to bright, but doesn't seem to charge. Off the charger, the glasses show no sign of life. Have been unable to reach XPAND technical support since 4 months ago. UPDATE 2: I have been trying to contact Xpand since late September, and have not gotten a reply from them. It seems it is impossible to get warranty repair on these glasses. BEWARE!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Da Vid - Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2019
Did not work at all after repeated attempts
I'm super disappointed because the options are disappearing fast for those of us who still enjoy watching 3D movies. These wouldn't pair with the TV after many, many attempts using all types of possible scenarios and settings. The Samsung and Sony brand ones worked perfectly but are no longer made. The Samsung ones are made of such thin plastic which seemingly self- destructs after a certain amount of use. I have broken 4 pairs even though I've treated them very carefully. The Sony ones are more robust, but impossible to find. Although no manufacturer has produced a 3D tv for over 3 years, the movies are still made in 3D, and released on disc in 3D. Projectors are available with this feature, but the technology is different, and the glasses (also not available from projectors manufacturers) won't work with the TVs, and aren't generally great for daytime viewing. If anyone knows of a solution for this, I would be very grateful to hear about it. I have a collection of 3D movies which I would like to continue to enjoy.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Christopher - Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2018
NOT best model for JVC projectors
These Xpand X105-RF-X1 glasses will function with a JVC projector but they result in a dimmer image than the JVC-branded glasses. Apparently the reason for this is that JVC projectors use horizontally polarized light and if your projection screen retains some of this polarization (as does my Studiotek 130 screen) you’ll end up with a noticeably dimmer image through these glasses. (See attached photos.) XpandVision makes another version of these glasses (Xpand X105-RF-X3) which fully addresses this problem but they are not currently available on Amazon or elsewhere. In fact, they are not even listed on XpandVision’s web site. You must contact their custom service to request ordering them directly as I did. If you do a web search for this alternate model, you’ll find discussions about them. This alternate model (X3) works great with JVC projectors though. The reduced four star rating is just for XpandVision’s failure to clearly state this compatibility issue in the product listing. Hopefully, they will make the X3’s more easily available if people keep asking for them.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By A. Pico - Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2019
Best overall in comparison
The range of reviews and prices for 3D glasses is all over the place. So, I picked up a few of the "best" ones and offer this comparison (see image). They are ranked in order of my personal overall preference (see Rating). While lens dimensions and weight are objective measures, I have also included more subjective attributes like field of view (FOV), glare and comfort. These can serve to balance assumptions, e.g., that the lightest weight glasses would be the most comfortable. For reference, I also included an old pair of original Epson glasses (with asterisks) that came with the purchase of a projector many years ago. These are no longer available; the knock-offs sold by 3DHeavan are only available in a 4-pack and are likely not as good. Overall: The top four are all keepers. I would be happy watching a movie with any of the top four. Best: The XPAND glassess are by far my favortite among currently available glasses. The field of view is amazing. The frames never distract you and there is no reflected light coming in from the sides. Though the heaviest, they are perfectly comfortable over the duration of a movie. They are the second most expensive. Worst: At the bottom of the list, the Sintron glasses were a joke. They are by far the cheapest and it shows. The top of the frames completely block your view. You would have to wear them at an uncomfortable angle or sit leaning way back in order to see anything through them. Being straight as a board, they stick out at the sides, letting in a ton of reflected light. I immediately returned these. Most Disappointing: The Sony pair had great reviews and a price that promised exceptional quality. While passable as a pair of 3D glasses, there is nothing special about these. In fact, there are some clear downsides. Despite having decent-sized lenses, without any contouring to the face, they stick out at the sides, decreasing the actual field of view and letting in reflected light. They are comfortable at first, sitting lightly on a soft nose piece. Unfortunately, you will find yourself resetting the glasses multiple times during a movie as they slowly sink onto your nose and actually get a little stuck due to the soft nose piece. A minor annoyance, but certainly not something you want to pay extra for!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Alvo - Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2019
GOOD ALTERNATIVE TO EPSONS
PROS- MORE THAN A 50% DIFFERENCE IN PRICE VS THE EPSON GLASSES THAT THEY REPLACE PICTURE QUALITY IS SIMILAR TO EPSON BATTERY LIFE IS GOOD- watched back to back movies with breaks and they still had power CONS- NOT AS COMFORTABLE AS THE EPSON GLASSES. I bought a few of both glasses. Everyone that has tried on both glasses, agree that the Epsons are more comfortable even in blind tests. It has something to do with the part that goes around the ears for some and the part at the bridge of the nose for other people. I usually give them to the kids and haven't had any complaints. If you have not used the Epsons you will not notice the difference. BECAUSE OF THE PRICE DIFFERENCE AND SIMILAR PICTURE QUALITY these are acceptable 3d glasses.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Mark A. Weiss - Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2018
Affordable, good quality, but One of Six Pairs Failed after 6 months-ZERO Warranty
Bought 6 pairs. All six worked out of the box. They work well, but they do cut down about 40% of the brightness. Like watching with sunglasses on. That said, if you have 5000 lumens to burn, these produce an incredibly realistic sense of "being there". The sensation is like you're watching the live movie set through a giant hole in your wall. Pretty nifty! UPDATE: One pair of XPAND glasses fails to power up or even charge normally after 4-5 uses and charge cycles. On the charger, the LED just slowly pulsates from dim to bright, but doesn't seem to charge. Off the charger, the glasses show no sign of life. Have been unable to reach XPAND technical support since 4 months ago. UPDATE 2: I have been trying to contact Xpand since late September, and have not gotten a reply from them. It seems it is impossible to get warranty repair on these glasses. BEWARE!

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Da Vid - Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2019
Did not work at all after repeated attempts
I'm super disappointed because the options are disappearing fast for those of us who still enjoy watching 3D movies. These wouldn't pair with the TV after many, many attempts using all types of possible scenarios and settings. The Samsung and Sony brand ones worked perfectly but are no longer made. The Samsung ones are made of such thin plastic which seemingly self- destructs after a certain amount of use. I have broken 4 pairs even though I've treated them very carefully. The Sony ones are more robust, but impossible to find. Although no manufacturer has produced a 3D tv for over 3 years, the movies are still made in 3D, and released on disc in 3D. Projectors are available with this feature, but the technology is different, and the glasses (also not available from projectors manufacturers) won't work with the TVs, and aren't generally great for daytime viewing. If anyone knows of a solution for this, I would be very grateful to hear about it. I have a collection of 3D movies which I would like to continue to enjoy.