Google Glass Launches Home Try-On Program
The company is letting people see how the device looks on them before shelling out $1,500.
It seems Google Glass has piloted a program where people can try on a sample unit before actually purchasing one.
The program is similar to what eyewear company Warby Parker has. In Warby Parker’s home try-on program, buyers can pick out five pairs that they are interested in and the company sends them to the customer for free, with return shipping included.
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