3D Aviator specs now available for the vain…ahem…"fashion conscious" at Cineworld

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cineworld aviators.jpgIf headaches and poorly tagged on depth effects aren’t bad enough, 3D cinema showings also rely on those horrible glasses that make you look like a cross between Roy Orbision and Dame Edna Everage. Thankfully, you’re in a room full of people who look equally stupid, with the lights down so low you can barely see each other.

Which therefore begs the question; why do we need new Aviator-styled premium 3D specs from Cineworld?

Sure, they look a bit trendier than the National Health look of the first wave of specs, and you can keep them and reuse them again and again.

But really, you have to be pretty insecure to worry about how you look for the odd two-and-a-half hour trip to catch a flick.

Still, if you are interested, the glasses will be on-sale from Cineworld cinemas for £13, with clip-ons costing £4.

Gerald Lynch
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  • Well said, such a person should be a good sentence, or the future will be more rampant.

  • I’d buy them, just because the lenses are larger than the glasses already available, sure you can sit further back but then the 3d isn’t exactly great, same goes for 3d at the front with the added problem of not seeing the entire screen.
    So I think for those who don’t want them as a fashion thing, such as myself, they’re good.

    I go to the cinema often and I have alot of problems with 3D and not being able to view the whole screen, so I’ll most probably buy a pair, and if theres no difference, I’ll just take whichever pair I grab when I leave 🙂

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