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Discussion in 'Reviews' started by t_ski, Aug 3, 2007.

  1. t_ski

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    another nice review! I always wondered if those things really worked
    I was truly surprised to read that it was fairly comfortable as I always expected one would be extremely awkward
     
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    Only problem is you look like your from startrek...
     
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    haha I think I have to agree :( :laugh:
     
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    Geordi La Forge, FTW!!!! lol

    Believe it or not, I expected something like this to be more expensive than it is. I'd like to check a pair of these out.
     
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    where are you going to use them tho? cant see many ppl sitting on the train/bus with these on so in effect there only going to be any good at home, and most ppl have decent tv's/monitors they watch there movies on anyway, wonder if they could be modded to game with tho? interesting idea
     
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    Let me know when they look like a pair of oakleys.

    Id prefer the neck pain to be seen in public with these :roll:
     
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    They'd be perfect for a Star Trek convention. :laugh:
     
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    Oh sweet mother of god!

    *Smashes emergency glass, grabs streetsweeper shotgun and cowers behind an upturned desk*
     
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    that is rediculus... I mean while your sittin on the train with a pair of those on some one can walk of with your bag and every one will just laugh at you....

    haahaaa....

    I would love to see someone sitting in public with these on..... I would have to go and play a few tricks on em..... ;)
     
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    You could use them on the train, bus, plane, taxi, kickin' back in your dorm or union hall. Maybe even watch pr0n without anybody knowing... lol
     
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    The visibility is not the best, but as long as you're not a total space cadet you can see through the view holes or around the glasses. But like I said in the review, you have to use your head when you wear them. Don't walk down the street with them on and get plowed by a bus or something...
     
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    T_ski, good ol' datapunk seeking its daily dose of neurinfo. You looks good with this toy :D
     
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