No reference no given, just thank you for your email.Do you think its worth trying again
There was a reference for each one, but I didn't make a note of it, as the same reference is always in the confirmation email, only I didn't get the email. " />
Be patient jr1948, I'm sure the email will come, but if not, there's always the phone route.
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I've received an email from Panasonic replying to my email enquiry. They say could take up to 45 days, but should be around 2 weeks.
I ended up doing it again,this time got the reply straight back,sent all the forms in post now just a case of waiting
The Blu Rays arrived today, just waiting for the glasses now.
And the glasses arrived this morning.
Well done Panasonic.
I'm still waiting for the Blu-rays and glasses. Now I'm a bit concerned...
By the way, I bought a pair of these:
I read several reports and user reviews stating that they outperform Panasonic's current active glasses, so thought I'd give them a go.
I can't recommend the 3D3s highly enough. They're extremely comfortable to wear and do a fantastic job. Images remain bright with the glasses on, while crosstalk is essentially non existent. The 3D3s also proved in no way unpleasant to use. I didn't experience a hint of a headache or eye strain. When I tried Panasonic's glasses in John Lewis, I found them less comfortable and more fatiguing. That said, this was under bright shop lighting, which is bad news with active 3D glasses.
Nevertheless, anyone looking for third party 3D glasses should definitely consider the 3D3s (assuming they're compatible with your TV). It's a fantastic product -- fully rechargeable via USB, very solid build, great at blocking ambient light and sync instantly with your TV.
Once I get the Panasonic glasses I'll conduct a more thorough (and controlled) comparative test.
I wonder if WHF would consider reviewing these?
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