Hot Deal: LG 55-inch 55LM6700 1080p 3D LED with 6 Pairs of Glasses: $1,349.99
Paul's TV is slashing $950 off this bundle, which includes LG's 55-inch TV and six pairs of glasses.
May 24, 2012 by EH Staff

When 3D TVs first came out, the glasses were pretty expensive. In fact, most early adopters would secure just one or two pairs, which probably led to some fighting words in the home theater.

Adding additional pairs of 3D glasses has become a lot more affordable—free, in some cases. Take LG’s 55-inch 55LM6700 1080p 3D LED HDTV. This 3D TV comes with a whopping six pairs of 3D glasses in the box. That should accommodate most families and maybe even a few neighbors.

Even better, this bundle is currently on sale. We found the LG 55LM6700 listed at Paul’s TV for just $1,349.99. The list price on this package is $2,299.99, which means you’ll save $950. It even includes free shipping!

The 55-inch TV is one of LG’s Cinema 3D models, which means it uses passive 3D technology. Other features include a 1080p 2D image, a 2D-to-3D conversion feature, and built-in WiFi. This TV also comes packing LG’s Magic Remote, which uses gestures to get you through all of the TV’s many features. Some of those come from LG’s Smart TV platform, which provides on-screen access to services like Netflix, VUDU, Pandora, Facebook, CinemaNow, Hulu Plus, and much more.

There’s no word on how long Paul’s TV will offer this 3D TV at this price. Just know that you’re going to need to add the TV into your shopping cart and create an online account with your name, email and mailing address to see that discount.

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