Unfortunately, the spectacles could only be bought by colorful vending machines and people all around the world set out to hunt them around their area. The limited and exclusive release proved to be successful such that Snap is now selling its video-recording Spectacles to more consumers. 'It's about us figuring out if it fits into people's lives and seeing how they like it.' Response has been positive since November's launch so we're now happy to be able to make Spectacles more readily available - especially for those in the United States who have not been able to make it to a Snapbot.
The Spectacles still go for $130 and are available in Black, Coral, or Teal. Incidentally, the charging case and charging cord can also be purchased from the website for $49.99 and $9.99, respectively.
When you are recording, there is a blinking light that will appear on the inside of the spectacles. "We expect to experience production and operating costs related to Spectacles that will exceed the related revenue in the near future". The one semi-permanent location, which opened November 21 in New York City, closed Sunday. Initially, these were only available through special pop-up vending machines. Bobby Murphy and Evan Spiegel, the co-founders of Snap have 10 votes on each share while the other investors have only one vote per share. Surprisingly, Snap Inc's IPO filing stated a different thing about the hardware, as pointed out by TechCrunch.
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Snap had 158 million daily active users in the fourth quarter, up just 3 percent from the previous quarter, compared to 14 percent growth during the same period in 2015, according to Snapchat's IPO filing. While the spectacles have not generated significant revenue so far, they have created a lot of publicity for the company. Spring is rapidly approaching and the Snapchat Spectacles could be one of the more popular items to flaunt this year.
For those who are not familiar, Spectacles are glasses integrated with a wireless video camera. The pair of smartglasses is compatible with Android and iOS devices.