It looks like Warby Parker taught Google the fine art of shopping at home. Google rolled out a try before you buy program, allowing prospective buyers to try all four colors of Glass and the entire
Titanium Collection for free. It requires a $50 charge on a credit card, refunded when the units are returned. The units don't work, but they can give potential buyers a chance to see how Glass feels
like on their nose. The program isn't listed on the Glass site. Program details were emailed to prospective buyers who previously told Google they were interested in buying Glass.
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