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Google Glass: How to buy one, today only, without an invitation

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Not sure what to spend that tax refund on? Well, Google has an idea.

The tech giant on Tuesday is selling Glass, its $1,500 wearable device, from its website to any adult U.S. resident.

Normally, the company sells Glass only to users who have an invitation to join its "explorer" program, but it decided to remove that restriction for one day only.

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Buyers can choose the color of their device, a frame design and their preferred attachable shades. The purchase includes a charger, a pouch and a mono ear bud.

"We’ve got a limited number of spots available, so don’t wait too long," Google said in a post Tuesday morning. 

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