They were solicited as free and you only pay for shipping. Later there was a charge of $59.95. Supposedly mentioned in some fine print, which I could not find, were that this was a trial offer and if they were not returned within a certain number of days, I would be charged full price.
So they were not free, and the glasses are a piece of crap; they don't work and only allow for a minor adjustment, which did not help at all. They are basically a cheap plastic device to hold your cell phone, and they do not allow enough of an adjustment to work at all. Do not buy these glasses. I was also charged an additional fee for expedited shipping, which took almost a month.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
I was scammed for the same amounts. I was thinking that it was my choice of several free gifts given to me by Kaiser, thanking me for being a member, when I clicked on my email 4/16/18 to see my latest test results. I passed one offered item because I would be agreeing to an ongoing membership. I saw nothing binding me to any further financial obligation with this offer.
My order was confirmed, and I was notified of shipment by Dream VR Lab. I was billed for shipping by CFR Labs (8442849386) and again billed for $59.95 on 5/4/18 by the same account. I did not immediately recognize or connect the two billings but I started investigating. CFRLabs is Coldfire Marketing, and the numbers are their phone number.
Dream VR Lab sells skin cosmetics on a trial basis, and also a couple of electronics. I was badgered with additional items for the VR but I declined all of them. Some kind of gift! I was going to give it to my grandaughters since they have the kind of phones that use this. I have since had these "real" looking surveys or thank you offers showing up on my bank login, and my internet provider. I did cancel my bank card and I am disputing the second charge. NEVER AGAIN!