Last year, Snap Inc. introduced its first hardware product, called Spectacles. Not too long after the smartglasses were unveiled, the company sold them through pop-up vending machines in certain places. The limited and exclusive release proved to be successful such that Snap is now selling its video-recording Spectacles to more consumers.

Starting this Monday, Snapchat Spectacles are now up for grabs online for $129.99. Ordering the smartglasses today would secure one with a pair that’s due to arrive two to four weeks later. Per usual, the Spectacles come in three color variants, namely: coral, black and teal. Each package consists of the Spectacles glasses, a case that doubles as a charger and a cable. For consumers who want to buy an extra case or an extra cable, they need to pa $49.99 and $9.99, respectively, as per Apple Insider.

The only place where consumers can buy Snapchat Spectacles from is its official website. There may also be Spectacles available on other sites like Amazon or eBay, but they are most likely secondhand products. The video-recording smartglasses apparently began to appear on e-commerce sites ever since the device was sold via vending machines. Speaking of the vending machines Snap referred to as “Snapbots,” they are currently taking a short break, according to a Snap spokesperson. It wasn’t made clear however as to when these pop-up vending machines will resume touring the country again, NY Mag reported.

Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel has said that the response to the company’s Spectacles has been positive. Surprisingly, Snap Inc’s IPO filing stated a different thing about the hardware, as pointed out by TechCrunch. In the document, Snap noted that Spectacles did not generate significant revenue for the company. “We expect to experience production and operating costs related to Spectacles that will exceed the related revenue in the near future,” Snap added in the filing.

Since it was introduced to the tech community, many have opined that the Spectacles resemble the defunct Google Glass superficially. Unlike the latter however, the former only has the limited functionality of taking photos and recording 10-second video clips. The pair of smartglasses is compatible with Android and iOS devices. Though the Spectacles can be used as a standalone device for it can store up to 200 snaps, it’s recommended that one should pair this up with a smartphone to back up or transfer more snaps.