Now You Can Try Out Google Glass at Home Before Parting with $1,500
Clide posted various images of the home try-on kit alongside the email below which he received from Google customer representatives:
Hey Potential Explore!
You told us you’re interested in purchasing Glass, but wanted to wait until we had frames for Glass. We have some good news for you. We recently introduced the Titanium Collection – four feather-light titanium frames that are designed to fit with your prescription and personal style. And even more good news – you’ve been selected to participate in a free home try-on pilot, to help you find the frame style and Glass color that fits you best before you purchase.
No doubt this sounds like early Christmas for all tech-junkies out there. In order to participate in this free home try-on pilot, the steps are listed below:
This news led to Spencer Kleyweg of GoogleGlassFans calling the number given above, and the Google Customer representative had the following to tell him:
What You Get
What You Need To Know
When ordering the Home Try-On Kit, Google will place a $50 hold on your credit card until they receive the kit back within 10 days. Google provides prepaid shipping labels, so you don’t have to worry about paying to ship them back.
The try-on kit is meant to allow users to have a feel of what it’s like using the Google Glass device. They are in a relatively good cosmetic shape but are not meant to power on. Their USB ports have been destroyed to keep the devices from powering on and being actually used.
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