A Wal-Mart store in the United States is advertising the purchase of a pair of glasses that it says will be worth $50 each, if they are not stolen.
The glasses, made by Tom Ford, feature a “customized” visor that comes with a pair that can be removed, as well as a microphone, speaker and “smart” eyewash that can “pre-program” to the wearer’s specifications, according to a promotional video posted on the company’s website.
The glasses feature a pair in the size of a tennis ball, but the seller says the “eye-catching” glasses are also compatible with other brands.
Walmart says the glasses will cost about $35 to order and ship, and it will be available on Oct. 25.
It also says customers who place an order for the glasses “will be able to return them in a week’s time for a full refund.”
The Wal-mart video says the eyewas will be shipped from the manufacturer’s factory in South Carolina.
“We want you to feel like your experience at Wal-marts is the best, and we’re going to work to make sure your glasses are a high-quality product, and make sure that they are delivered to you in perfect condition,” the company says in the video.
“Tom Ford is looking to meet the needs of our customers, including employees who want to look good, feel comfortable, and enjoy our brand,” the Wal- Mart video adds.
“Our customers are our number one priority, so our goal is to make their lives as easy as possible and offer the best quality and value at an unbeatable price.”
The company has been criticized in the past for having some of the lowest prices in the industry, but has been growing in popularity in recent years, particularly among women and young people.
A study last year found that Wal-Marts are among the top 10 retailers in the U.S., and that women make up about one-fifth of Wal- mart’s customers.
In a statement, Tom Ford said it had made a number of modifications to the glasses to make them easier to take off, and that its glasses were “fully compatible with the company standard eyewears.”
Walmart said that while the company did not provide an explanation for the unusual pricing, it had been offering similar eyewashes for about a year at the company stores.
The company did offer the glasses in a separate, non-standard color option.
The company says it is working to get the glasses onto store shelves, but it is unclear when the eyeglasses will be made available.