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You Can Now Buy Snapchat’s Spectacles Online

by Conner Flynn
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If you want to be like the cool kids, Snapchat’s silly looking video and photo-capturing spectacles are no longer restricted to those who can find its vending machines. Now you can also buy them online if you live in the US.

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Head to the Spectacles website and you can purchase them in black, coral or teal for $129.99(USD). Only six of the fashionably questionable Spectacles can be ordered per address/person. But not for those who are outside of the states.

They launched last September and were popular in part, because they were cheaper and more approachable than Google’s high-end Glass wearable. They also displayed a clear ring of lights when the user is recording, which puts others at ease. They shoot footage in a circular format that allows other Snapchat users to watch in landscape, vertical, or a mix between the two. Snapchat sold them at a store in New York City at that time, which attracted long lines at first. Lately they have not been so popular, so they are hoping this renews some interest.

[via Engadget]

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