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post #1 of 8 Old 01-14-2011, 10:57 AM - Thread Starter
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I own four sets of Samsung SSG-1000 Glasses. Unfortunately, Samsung did not include any type of storage bag or case for the glasses. I even called Samsung's part distributor and they told me they do not sell bags and Samsung's newer 3D Glasses also do not come with bags or storage cases. I want to protect my glasses.

Does anyone have a good suggestion or source for a storage system for 3D Glasses for those of us who bought glasses from a manufacturer that did not include a case or bag? Thanks.
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I was thinking about trying these:

http://www.safetyglassesusa.com/mp-100.html

I don't know if the fit is right, but the price definitely is.
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Mine came with bags and i keep them in a tupperware container in the bags.
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I was thinking about trying these:

http://www.safetyglassesusa.com/mp-100.html

I don't know if the fit is right, but the price definitely is.

Good find. I might buy these myself.
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My X102s came in a box with bubble-wrap, keep them and the IO shutters (also in bubble wrap) stored in it.

My parents Viewsonics came in a nice box with styrofoam cut-outs, and they simply keep them in there.

Currently testing 3D with Sammy DLP, shutter glasses, and HTPC
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My samsung's came in bags and the first gen panny's came in a cheesy box. But the second gen (avatar kit) panny glasses come in a VERY nice box that fits the charge cable and everything well.
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Just bumping this really old thread...

I have the new Samsung F8500, and it comes with SSG-5100GB 3D glasses - but the trouble with these glasses, is that the arms are in a fixed open position - so it makes storing them a pain.

Does anyone have a good idea how to store these safely whilst keeping them clean?

At the moment I'm just pacing them upside down inside a cupboard.
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Thanks to the incredibly stupid always-open ZD101 style of glasses, this is all I could find:
http://www.amazon.com/3ACTIVE%C2%AE-Storage-Glasses-Includes-Cleaning/dp/B00CAY3WP4/

The foam middle piece appears to be removable - if not this will not work. The dimensions show that you'll be able to store one pair of glasses per case. I would just wrap the glasses with a small piece of lint-free cloth ($3 on ebay) and store them in a piece of tupperware.
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