Excellent color accuracy & high contrastEnjoy 3D content without compromise to picture quality.
Wide Viewing AngleExperience 3D from a wide viewing angle with Sony's dynamic 3D active glasses.
Stylish, Ergonomic DesignAdjustable frames will fit just about everyone in your family with a comfortable ergonomic design.
SynchronizationEnjoy a 3D experience with Sony 3D glasses that automatically synchronize with Sony 3D TV's.
USB Rechargeable BatteryOnly takes about 3 minutes for about 3 hours use! The built-in battery simply charges via USB.
Weights and Measurements
Dimensions (Approx.): 6 7/8 x 1 3/4 x 7 3/8" (174 x 44 x 185mm)Packaging (Approx.): 55 x 237 x 88mmWeight (Approx.): 2.1 oz (59g)
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Reviewed by 12 customers
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Sony 3d Glass ok.
from São Paulo
Comments about Sony TDG-BR250/B 3D Active Glasses:
I am testing the 3D of my TV...until now works just fine.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Must use TV to charge
from New York
The glasses can only be recharged using the Sony TV. No computer USB, no AC adapter - I called and Sony confirmed this. They said that the computer charge will damage the glasses. I can't reach the USB port on my TV so I can't recharge the glasses. Am returning as much of the Sony electronics as I can. I've never seen such an customer unfriendly company as this.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Most unconfortable glassess ever worn
How can Sony, who makes great products including my Sony XBR TV come up with a $50 pair of glasses that can't be worn for more than a few minutes before getting a throbbing headache. Sony says they are adjustable but it ain't so. I'm going to try to heat the temples and bend them to a new shape. They have a new pair out for $100, maybe those will be more comfortable, but I'm not willing to pay that much money to find out
(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
Where are the nose pieces
The glasses are extremely uncomfortable on the bridge of my nose. I found myself constantly adjusting where the glasses sat on my nose so that one spot wouldn't become too sore. The next day I literally had to put tissue on the sore spot so that I could tolerate having the glasses on. The competitors including a universal brand has different nose pieces available. Where are Sony's?
(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
from Orange, CA
These 3D glasses work wonderfully, the compensation for brightness built into my Bravia 3D settings allow me to use the glasses in the way best suited for my viewing. I have had no problems with the size of the glasses. The recharge feature is great and my whole family thinks the experience is as good as those found in the theater.
Quick hint on adjustment
Temple piece is designed for small head out of the box. However, the temple pices can be adjusted with moderate effort for larger head. I bent my temple pieces by 1.5 inch. Sony should include instruction for adjustment. Will give more feedback later.
(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Better than the older 3D glasses.
I don't have the same problem having pain around my head where the glasses wrap around. I did on the first once that came out back then, but these new 3D glasses, I have no problems with. 3D glasses are still bit costly, at least they made some improvements.
from Monkton, MD
What can you say about a product that is terrific for about two minutes before the pain on the sides of my head starts up? While the rechargable glasses work perfectly with 3D images, I should have paid attention to the reviews.Imagine watching a 3D movie with your head in a vise and you'll understand the experience.How can Sony, who makes great products including my Sony Bravia TV come up with a $70 pair of glasses that can't be worn for more than a few minutes before getting a throbbing headache. Sony says they are adjustable but it ain't so. I'm going to try to heat the temples and bend them to a new shape. Otherwise these two glasses I bought are useless.
(6 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
Not as good as older models
from Portland, ME
These are literally the most uncomfortable item I have put on my head since the time I was walking down the street and a potted plant fell off someone's window on my head. Seriously though, they are ultra narrow in the back compared to Sony's top quality (but heavy) BR100's. Thankfully I bought a pair of those so I can return these ASAP. What a waste. Who the heck designed these? Some guy with a tiny peanut head? These hurt soooo badly. I have now let 7 people try them and all complained of pain and their is no way to customize.
Glare can be a problem
from Wyckoff, NJ
I have a couple of the original glasses and while heavier than these new ones (I purchased two), they did not have what I consider to be the only flaw in the new design. When I watch my XBR-46HX909, depending on the angle in which I hold my head, I can see what amounts to a reflection of the TV image at the top-inner portion of the glass lens (or perhaps the shiny plastic itself, I haven't figured out which one it is yet). Its almost like a mirrored effect when you see the main 3D image directly but see/sense a tiny reflection of the same screen image at the edge of the glass/upper plastic portion of the inside lens. Has anyone else experienced this anomoly? I suppose you have to take in account the position of the screen (mine is mounted higher so I have to tilt my head slightly upward). So there you have it - a tradeoff between weight savings of the new design and the inevitable extra comfort as compared to the older, heavier but more "sealed" design. Oh well, I still don't regret my purchase of the new design and the $69 sale price is hard to beat.