My closest friends and former roommates will tell you I'm obnoxiously particular about my things. My Nikon D7000 looks as new as the day I opened it in 2011, and my designer heels often travel in bags before reaching whatever event they're going to that evening. Notes I took in college courses are neatly organized in a binder I can open and track by year and class subject.
My Spectacles are different. I don't feel the need to be careful with them. They're meant to be worn for the adventures of daily life. I'm not worried about getting them dirty. They come in a protective hard case (that charges the glasses when they're not in use), and I can take them places my phone and Nikon can't go.
They're easy to use and manage. Once you take a video, it automatically syncs to your Snapchat app. From there, you can either upload it to your story or download it to your phone to e-mail, share or upload wherever you want. You can take videos up to 30 seconds.
There's sex appeal to the spectacles. Unlike Google Glass or GoPro products, these are functional sunglasses you could wear everyday, although they aren't waterproof. They're straight up fun. I've even made a stylized Instagram account for exclusive uploads of videos I've taken while wearing the spectacles.
I capture mundane moments too. My husband and I met for lunch last week and I took a video walking back toward work. You have an option to download the videos in HD...