Anyone familiar with Snap Spectacles? Does this video look right?

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Trying to help someone with snap spectacles.  But I don't know the 2nd thing about them (I do know the 1st thing /  bare basics from seeing others from using them / seeing the packaging, but that's it)

They say the unit doesn't charge - either from the case or from the cable.  They say the case does charge.

They sent me this video.  Can you look at it and tell me what is good / bad in it?

https://www.dropbox.com/s/8mjbesmmcfcnng2/Vid%C3%A9o%2013-03-17%2018%2027%2012.mov?dl=0


The case shows a 1/2 charge, right?

The spectacles go in the case and full circle light up - is that the charge level?

what's that single light at the bottom of the circle flashing mean?

Then they hold the top button to do a reset per the snap tech support.

any comments / thoughts?
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His spectacles  should have come with four pieces of hardware: the glasses themselves, a charging case, a USB charging cable, and a cleaning cloth / the battery can power around 100 10-second snaps per charge with compatibility for both Android and iOS.
The Spectacles don't need to be in range of your phone to sync; once you've paired the glasses with your Snapchat app,
Does he have the Snapchat app?
They're designed to sync into one app: Snapchat.
Any cables?
Here's a video back for you on youtube
SNAPCHAT SPECTACLES: HANDS-ON
https://youtu.be/3w6FoOLN8XU 
Snapchat Spectacles: Everything You Need to Know
http://www.pcmag.com/article/350013/snapchat-spectacles-everything-you-need-to-know
What happens if they leave it for 90 minutes or more? It can take up to 90 minutes to fully charge.
this is what he got back from snap after days of emailing with them.  Kinda what you were saying Joinaunion.

he's tech savvy as am I. I feel they should make that info more available?!  Charge it then stand on your head while drinking water with your finger in your belly button?!

Why keep that a secret?

Take care!
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The sunglasses called Spectacles were initially being sold only through pop-up vending machines across the U.S.
They work with the snapchat app.
Thanks for the feedback good to see you actually got a reply from them.

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