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Make not your average deal, but given its the cheapest you can get them for and its the only competitive product of its kind!

I imagine this is going to get all types of mixed reactions, but here it goes..

Also, the promotion means you get a free frame with your Glass purchase
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#1
nice for my son
[HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #2
Any idea if I can get these on prescription? 8)
#3
BuzzDuraband
Any idea if I can get these on prescription? 8)

Yes. They have a range of frames for prescription lenses. For example:
https://play.google.com/store/devices/details/Frames_Bold_Charcoal?id=glass_frames_bold_charcoal
1 Like #4
Time to setup glasshole.sh
1 Like #5
Can't you see the irony.... its the only competitive product of its kind.
1 Like #6
BuzzDuraband
Any idea if I can get these on prescription? 8)

Do you even need a prescription, doesn't some nerd on the other end tell you that you're about to stand in some dog poo in 10 yards?
1 Like #7
Cheaper to get a T-shirt with a "Please mug me!" logo. :)
banned 2 Likes #8
Welcome to rrpukdeals.com
#9
fowler002
Welcome to rrpukdeals.com

If the RRP of an iPad dropped to £30, it's become the hottest deal on the site
banned 1 Like #10
Evostance
fowler002
Welcome to rrpukdeals.com

If the RRP of an iPad dropped to £30, it's become the hottest deal on the site

And then you wake up :p
1 Like #11
be a part the google collective, we are Borg :)

sneer at these now, but with the advent of Oculus and this, give it 5-10 years and will be as common as a mobile phone.
#12
More like google done up that ass!
#13
arduino
Time to setup glasshole.sh

Oh how witty, setting up something to kick people off a network they should be asking to connect to in the first place therefore you can prevent needing to run it. (gl)**** indeed.
#14
Very tempting, thanks for posting.
#15
Ordered one. Will check it out and send it back within the 30 day return period.(_;)
#16
Might be worth mentioning the promotion they have at the moment.

You get a Frame or Shades of your choice for free when adding to basket at time of purchasing the Google Glass worth between £120 and £175.

I was going to post that as a separate deal but thought better of it. X)
#17
powerbrick
be a part the google collective, we are Borg :)

sneer at these now, but with the advent of Oculus and this, give it 5-10 years and will be as common as a mobile phone.


I seriously hope not, these devices are a mass invasion of privacy. Personally, I would ban them (some businesses are already doing so)
#18
Nice stocking filler for dad
#19
numanoids
arduino
Time to setup glasshole.sh

Oh how witty, setting up something to kick people off a network they should be asking to connect to in the first place therefore you can prevent needing to run it. (gl)**** indeed.

Thanks for your thoughtless response. Consider that there are many places that offer wifi for free, who would not want to enable such spying by individuals.
#20
smitha
Ordered one. Will check it out and send it back within the 30 day return period.(_;)

I hope you break it.
#21
OK, I know I am going to seem stupid but, what are they for? Answers on a postcard please..no rude ones!
#22
Costs Google less than £90 to make..........................yup. X)
3 Likes #23
Lothra
Costs Google less than £90 to make..........................yup. X)

Gee you mush be an accountant!

Oh wait, you're not? Since you have forgot the millions Google has invested in the R&D of this tech, first mobile phones where $4000, so this is cheap in comparison.
1 Like #24
disarm
powerbrick
be a part the google collective, we are Borg :)

sneer at these now, but with the advent of Oculus and this, give it 5-10 years and will be as common as a mobile phone.

I seriously hope not, these devices are a mass invasion of privacy. Personally, I would ban them (some businesses are already doing so)

Massive invasion of privacy? I never understood this fear. They have to be the worst possible device in the world if you wanted to covertly film someone.
#25
pipehippy
disarm
powerbrick
be a part the google collective, we are Borg :)

sneer at these now, but with the advent of Oculus and this, give it 5-10 years and will be as common as a mobile phone.

I seriously hope not, these devices are a mass invasion of privacy. Personally, I would ban them (some businesses are already doing so)

Massive invasion of privacy? I never understood this fear. They have to be the worst possible device in the world if you wanted to covertly film someone.


Think a little deeper then....

With idiots (sorry people) walking round with these and facial recognition google (and thus every us agency) can track you around the world I'm not against the technology but I can't see it being use in a 100% positive manner

Or I could have watched to many films
#26
What do these actually do?
1 Like #27
pipehippy
disarm
powerbrick
be a part the google collective, we are Borg :)

sneer at these now, but with the advent of Oculus and this, give it 5-10 years and will be as common as a mobile phone.

I seriously hope not, these devices are a mass invasion of privacy. Personally, I would ban them (some businesses are already doing so)

Massive invasion of privacy? I never understood this fear. They have to be the worst possible device in the world if you wanted to covertly film someone.


I second that! Also if anyone is invading privacy, it's the councils with their CCTV that capture every step you take in HD hoping they can fine you here or there. But if you get mugged or attacked, they claim the images aren't clear enough to help you!!

Every shop has CCTV and every transport method has CCTV. Cyclists and drivers have helmet and dash cams!
Why is Google glass freaking you out like you come from the 1900s?
3 Likes #28
haytham999
...Why is Google glass freaking you out like you come from the 1900s?

Unless you are under 15, you are also from the 1900s.
banned#29
MaJiiK
What do these actually do?

What does the get deal 'button' do? What does http://www.google.co.uk do? ;)
#30
powerbrick
Lothra
Costs Google less than £90 to make..........................yup. X)

Gee you mush be an accountant!

Oh wait, you're not? Since you have forgot the millions Google has invested in the R&D of this tech, first mobile phones where $4000, so this is cheap in comparison.

1: This tech is not new, this is not cheap, lol
2: The parts are cheaply mass produced and the software is basic.
3: It does not matter how much R&D went into shrinking this tech, that does not justify a £920 mark up

Billions are invested in the R&D on new consoles like PS4 or even the newest smartphone, but even they are not £1000 are they?

Oh and its not me that did the tech teardown and production estimate, tech experts all over the world agree that its WAY overpriced.
#31
arduino
numanoids
arduino
Time to setup glasshole.sh

Oh how witty, setting up something to kick people off a network they should be asking to connect to in the first place therefore you can prevent needing to run it. (gl)**** indeed.

Thanks for your thoughtless response. Consider that there are many places that offer wifi for free, who would not want to enable such spying by individuals.

Oh i thought about it. You presume everyone uses google glass for spying which only goes to show you have a singular thought process. Wonder how the operators of these free hotspots will feel knowing you're employing aggressive attack [aireplay-ng(1) - Linux man page] techniques on their networks which no doubt breaches T&Cs for using those very networks. If the Operators don't want it on the network, they can employ techniques using their equipment to do it and not rely on wannabe l33ts like yourself.
#32
numanoids
arduino
numanoids
arduino
Time to setup glasshole.sh

Oh how witty, setting up something to kick people off a network they should be asking to connect to in the first place therefore you can prevent needing to run it. (gl)**** indeed.

Thanks for your thoughtless response. Consider that there are many places that offer wifi for free, who would not want to enable such spying by individuals.

Oh i thought about it. You presume everyone uses google glass for spying which only goes to show you have a singular thought process. Wonder how the operators of these free hotspots will feel knowing you're employing aggressive attack [aireplay-ng(1) - Linux man page] techniques on their networks which no doubt breaches T&Cs for using those very networks. If the Operators don't want it on the network, they can employ techniques using their equipment to do it and not rely on wannabe l33ts like yourself.

I run the networks in question, thanks for more baseless assumptions.

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#33
So assuming you are employed to do this job (yes another assumption), did you take this decision all on your lonesome due to your arrogance or did you and your company come to a balanced decision to ban glass from the network in which case I'd love to know which network you operate as if you're running this kind of crap on it, i want to know so I can avoid it as you're no doubt running other questionable scripts on it.

And yes I assumed as you said
Consider that there are many places that offer wifi for free
so unless you operate them all, you speak for a minority.
2 Likes #34
Lothra

Billions are invested in the R&D on new consoles like PS4 or even the newest smartphone, but even they are not £1000 are they?

PS4 is in a competitive market, Google Glass is not.

Glass, in its infancy, is a niche product so the can charge what they like, but I'm sure they did not just pluck a price out of thin air, many-many bean counters have slogged long and hard over it.......your kung-fu is not strong.
#35
numanoids
So assuming you are employed to do this job (yes another assumption), did you take this decision all on your lonesome due to your arrogance or did you and your company come to a balanced decision to ban glass from the network in which case I'd love to know which network you operate as if you're running this kind of crap on it, i want to know so I can avoid it as you're no doubt running other questionable scripts on it.

And yes I assumed as you said
Consider that there are many places that offer wifi for free
so unless you operate them all, you speak for a minority.

you're no doubt running other questionable scripts on it.

You have literally no idea what any network operator is running on networks you use. Deal with it. Again you make stupid baseless statements, assume you know what you're talking about and don't seem to understand punctuation.
#36
arduino
numanoids
So assuming you are employed to do this job (yes another assumption), did you take this decision all on your lonesome due to your arrogance or did you and your company come to a balanced decision to ban glass from the network in which case I'd love to know which network you operate as if you're running this kind of crap on it, i want to know so I can avoid it as you're no doubt running other questionable scripts on it.

And yes I assumed as you said
Consider that there are many places that offer wifi for free
so unless you operate them all, you speak for a minority.

you're no doubt running other questionable scripts on it.

You have literally no idea what any network operator is running on networks you use. Deal with it. Again you make stupid baseless statements, assume you know what you're talking about and don't seem to understand punctuation.

Don't presume to try to educate me, it won't work and you're just getting petty. I do know what I'm talking about, you're the one making stupid assumptions in this case but again it shows your arrogance. What are you afraid of? In fact I'm not interested in you anymore, you're just continuing to show yourself up to be someone who thinks they are elitist but are just a button pusher.
#37
numanoids
arduino
numanoids
So assuming you are employed to do this job (yes another assumption), did you take this decision all on your lonesome due to your arrogance or did you and your company come to a balanced decision to ban glass from the network in which case I'd love to know which network you operate as if you're running this kind of crap on it, i want to know so I can avoid it as you're no doubt running other questionable scripts on it.

And yes I assumed as you said
Consider that there are many places that offer wifi for free
so unless you operate them all, you speak for a minority.

you're no doubt running other questionable scripts on it.

You have literally no idea what any network operator is running on networks you use. Deal with it. Again you make stupid baseless statements, assume you know what you're talking about and don't seem to understand punctuation.

Don't presume to try to educate me, it won't work and you're just getting petty. I do know what I'm talking about, you're the one making stupid assumptions in this case but again it shows your arrogance. What are you afraid of? In fact I'm not interested in you anymore, you're just continuing to show yourself up to be someone who thinks they are elitist but are just a button pusher.

I'm quoting you directly, where do I make stupid assumptions?

you're just continuing to show yourself up to be someone who thinks they are elitist but are just a button pusher.

More baseless assumptions. You've yet to make one valid point.
1 Like #38
pipehippy
disarm
powerbrick
be a part the google collective, we are Borg :)

sneer at these now, but with the advent of Oculus and this, give it 5-10 years and will be as common as a mobile phone.

I seriously hope not, these devices are a mass invasion of privacy. Personally, I would ban them (some businesses are already doing so)

Massive invasion of privacy? I never understood this fear. They have to be the worst possible device in the world if you wanted to covertly film someone.

Someone can be filming you, photographing you, running facial recognition software on you, without your knowledge or consent. How do you know if they are or not? What about the people that are willing to use Google Glass in public bathrooms?

Do we not deserve some privacy? I don't want to be eating in a restaurant with some intrusive "Glass Explorer" over at the next table recording the whole event or taking pictures of diners. What about in schools? If they become widespread it will open up a whole load of questions.

Before we had social media (and worse still, google glass), we had privacy. Why privacy matters.
#39
Voted cold because it's google glass. :)
#40
i have had two of these and sold them within a week, once you get over the novelty you realise they are practically useless. Google has turned off anything that could make it cool, i guess given a couple of months in the hands of the hacker community it could have a lot of potential but i am not willing to lose money on these in the meantime.

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