Dec.01 -- Investors are rushing to snap up shares of Snapchat's parent company ahead of next year's IPO. But they're having little luck as they search the typical sources of private stock -- employees and other investors. That's according to a report by The Information. Consumers are facing the same challenges as they scout out the company's first hardware product, Spectacles. Bloomberg's Emily Chang got her hands on the elusive Spectacles! She caught up with Snap's first investor, Jeremy Liew of Lightspeed Venture Partners, who brought the gadget over for a test run.