Google is rectifying an error on its Google Glass website today by allowing certain locked-out owners to buy a second pair of its wearable computer.
The glitch affected people who initially purchased Google Glass over the phone and weren't able to access Google's Glass-centric store for accessories.
"You weren't missing anything before, but we have a few new goodies in there now," read an email from Google to the inconvenienced Glass Explorer, reported PhoneArena.
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Google Glass invite code
Google included an invite code so that these misguided early adopters could access the store for the new accessories. It also mentioned that a second Google Glass could be purchased by them.
"In addition to the new earbuds that you'll find in our store, we'd also like to give you the option to purchase a second Google Glass," read the email.
Google suggests ordering another for "yourself or a friend" who is looking for an invite into the Explorer program, but either way it still costs another $1,500 (about £915, AU$1,641) before tax.
The final Google Glass price is much higher due to US state tax. In California, for example, the real cost of owning Glass is a painful $1,635 (about £998, AU$1,789).
Yes, because Explorers weren't able to give Google more money for the new accessories since their rollout on October 28, they can now pony up that same amount all over again.
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