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LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 03: A finger is posed next to the Snapchat app logo on an iPad on August 3, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Snapchat has just introduced “Snap Glasses” to help spice up your feed.

The only thing is, these glasses have come and gone, very quickly. The first attempt at Snap Spectacles failed, losing the company a boat load of money.

But as persistent as they are, Snap will not give up.

The new Snap Spectacles are now more unattractive than the first pair, and being sold at a higher price.


Combining the elements of geek and hipster, which actually seems to be an uprising trend among Gen Z young adults, the glasses are certainly unique.

Now, two cameras have been installed into the glasses, 3D technology can now be used and incorporated into the videos it records. Stickers and effects can be added right within the glasses, and the videos are recorded at 60 fps.



After recording or snapping a photo, users can upload their content into their phones via Bluetooth or wifi.

For some odd reason, the spectacles do not upload directly into Snapchat which can be seen as quite a let down.

Last but not least, the Snap Spectacles are priced at $380, which is more than double the price from the first edition. If you’re interested in sprucing up your feed and are a huge Snapchat fan, you can pre-order the glasses here.

Hollywood Kyle is the Digital Content Producer and Production Director of Mix 99.5 WJBR. Being a Delaware local, Kyle takes pride in his hometown and has had a love for music since a young age. Hollywood Kyle joins the Mix Morning Show for abstract thoughts and ideas during "Hollywood Kyle" segment around 9:40am Monday thru Friday.