Season 1

Season 1 Episode 13

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Shark Tank season 1 episode 13 introduces an entrepreneur from Monrovia, California, who wants to bring back the old fashion ice cream man, with a modern flair. Other presenters in the Shark Tank include a couple from Santa Monica, California, who pitches the idea of a coffee shop that will provide basic legal services. Kevin O’Leary was disappointed by their poorly executed plan. Third into the show is a man that has created a product that will be able to determine whether a cup of coffee contains caffeine or not. The last on stage is a woman who presents to the Sharks and asks for investment for its idea for a unique way of recycling small amounts of left-over lipstick.

Season 1 Episode 13 in depth


In this first season as sharks in every episode appear Kevin HarringtonDaymond JohnKevin O’LearyBarbara Corcoran, and Robert Herjavec 

In this season 1 episode 13, there is no guest judge.

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Don’t ever be enamored by what something sells for. It’s more important what you get to keep in your pocket.

Robert Herjavec

Every business and entrepreneur we listed below has appeared on Shark Tank Season 1 Episode 13. Unfortunately, there are many scammers who claim they have been on the show or they have received investments from the Sharks. If you don’t see a business on this list, they haven’t been actually on Shark Tank. Great sources you can always check are on Wikipedia and also ABC’s episode guide.

List with all the appearances in season 1 episode 13:


Shark Tank Air Date: 01/15/10 – Season 1 – Episode 13

Caffeindicator

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$200,000 for 25%$200,000 for 50%Kevin Harrington

Entrepreneur: Michael Schiavone

 Michael Schiavone founder of Caffeindicator, presented to the Sharks the method he had developed for testing whether coffee is a regular or decaf. 

Caffeindicator test whether coffee is regular or decaf by using is a litmus-like indicator, usually the main use of litmus test to see if a solution is acidic or basic. But this is not a single product, because the founder’s idea is to get these indicators printed on the artificial sweetener or sugar packets that you can find at the restaurant, coffee shop. It would have been a good idea for distribution since it takes advantage of how these packets are already ubiquitous.

Unfortunately, after its Shark Tank debut, this product still hasn’t hit the market, even years later. At the show, Michael demonstrated a mock prototype. The entrepreneur hadn’t even estimated the cost of such an add-on feature or even approached the sweetener packet manufacturers.

Status: OUT OF BUSINESS


Captain Ice Cream

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$48,000 for 25%NO DEALNO SHARK

Entrepreneur: Tim Gavern

Tim Gavern was hoping to make a deal with the sharks for a piece of his business, Captain Ice Cream. Tim’s idea was to franchise and sell its moped ice cream business. For an investment of $48,000 from the sharks, he was willing to give up 25% of his business.

Status: OUT OF BUSINESS


Legal Grind
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Legal Grind

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$200,000 for 15%NO DEALNO SHARK

Entrepreneur: Jeff Hughes and Annie Hughes

Legal Grind is a coffeehouse that is also a legal resource center where people can get access to legal resources, such as basic legal services and contacts with lawyers. 

Their goal was to have the business franchise, bringing legal services to middle-class America.  Unfortunately, Jeff and Annie didn’t make a deal for an investment with the sharks.

They have been operating the business since 1996, with an average about $200,000 in gross sales a year.


Lipstix Remix

ASKED FORGOTSHARK
$105,000 for 30%$105,000 for 50%Kevin Harrington, Barbara Corcoran, and Daymond John

Entrepreneur: Jill Quillin

Lipstix Remix offers a way to save the lipstick that gets stuck at the bottom of the tube. You’ll have everything you need to create professionally shaped new lipstick in just minutes using Lipstix ReMix.

First, use the mixing cup to mix your lipstick and then put it in the microwave to melt it and pour it into the Magic Molder. Freeze for 10 minutes – now you are ready to pop your new lipstick into the lipstick tube. It looks like a brand new lipstick and twists up and down!

Status: OUT OF BUSINESS


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