I ordered and received two pairs of ValueView 3D glasses from Amazon. I ordered these to use with my Epson 3020. These are RF glasses and are reported to work with Epson, Samsung, and Panasonic TV's/projectors.
They work but are over-all are not that good.
The glasses work as advertised: have rechargeable batteries, and come with USB cable. 3D images appear almost or just as clear and good as with Epson original glasses. Recognized by projector right away and registered. So that's very good!!!
Cheap construction: I am almost certain that hinges where support arms are attached will break after some use. so I am already planning to either keep these in open position and also looking for a tape to use to repair when these will break
Looking at that section in detail, you get the feel as if these are cheap dollar store type glasses. Over-all finish is also not of high quality. Cheapness and cheap-knock-off feeling is oozing out from all over. The USB connector for glasses is not the standard one (i.e. the one used by almost all cell phones now a days) so if you need a spare cable, you will have to look a little hard to find it.
There is no cover on the side of the glasses so ambient light and peripheral vision is free to wander in and it makes a big difference in your eyes' unhindered ability to be able to focus and enjoy just the 3D image. I knew what I was getting as the product image is all over the place but I didn't know it would make such a big difference. Now I know why most all 3D glasses are designed with support arms also doubling as "shade".
Also, the glasses have to be worn really close to the eyes or you will see doubles (is that called ghosting?). Epson didn't have that problem and allowed me to move glasses back and forth on my nose (when one spot got "tired" due to weight) a little. ValueView was much more sensitive to the location where it sat on the bridge so it was kind of annoying.
Over all: I would say 3.5 out of 5
. But not 4 or 5 out of 5. There is a review post by someone on this forum and also on Amazon singing huge praises of these glasses so I just wanted to post this letting you know that (in IMHO) it is not all that good... The impression I got was that even though these are a third or quarter of the Epson glasses' price, these were better. Not so. YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!!!! Technically speaking, these work but have other issues which must be taken into consideration as they add up to the over-all experience.