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Has anyone tried these? Are they any good? Any glasses worth checking out that works well over prescription glasses?
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Just about all 3d glasses fit over prescription glasses and your non-myoptic guests can use them as well. The clip-ons will have very limited utility (only usable for people wearing glasses).

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