3D movies are sometimes a necessary evil, but they're especially evil when you already need to wear a pair of glasses to actually see the film. Wearing two pairs at once is never going to be terribly comfortable, but if you have to do it you can do it better using faucet rings.Reader Kevin Mack points out that you can just slide a faucet ring over both shafts of the frame of your eyeglasses and the 3D glasses to hold them together. (Or can see how this works by looking at the picture above.) Although I think the perfect solution is just seeing the movie in 2D (saves money, too!), if 3D is your only option this is a good way to make it a little easier on your already troublesome eyes.
Use Faucet Rings For A Better 3D Movie Experience With Your Glasses
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