Shark Tank season 10 episode 20 introduces a treat that combines two desserts; a modern alternative to ATM machines; a clothing design that combines two trends into one; a hypoallergenic sleeping product.
Season 10 Episode 20 in depth
Guest sharks for this season, subtitled “A Decade of Dreams,” include Jamie Siminoff, the first guest shark to have sought a deal on the show (the sharks passed on his company Doorbot, now known as Ring).
In season 10 episode 20, there is no guest judge.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 10 Episode 20. Many scammers claim they’ve received big investments from the Sharks or they have been on the show. If you don’t see a business on this list, they were not actually on Shark Tank. Some of the top places you can use to check are on Wikipedia and also ABC’s episode guide.
List with all the appearances in season 10 episode 20:
- Somnifix Mouth Tape
- Swoveralls Sweat Pants + Overalls
- Spare Mobile ATM
- Maven’s Creamery Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches
Shark Tank Air Date: 04/21/19 – Season 10 – Episode 20
Somnifix Mouth Tape
|$500,000 for 10%||$500,000 for 20%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Nicholas Michalak
Somnifix Strips are the patented breathable mouth patch that helps reduce mouth breathing and snoring for a more restful sleep. SomniFix Strips improves sleep and improving compliance with CPAP and oral appliances by directing airflow through the nose by gently holding the mouth closed, to reducing snores.
CPAP users, open-mouth breathers and snorers can benefit from these lightweight, adhesive mouth strips. It is not recommended for use by those with sleep apnea.
Nicholas’s father and physician, Andre Machalak invented the Somnifix mouth strip. He wanted to help his patients and himself who suffered from chronic snoring due to mouth breathing.
Swoveralls Sweat Pants + Overalls
|$150,000 for 15%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Kyle Bergman
Swoveralls are combining sweatpants and overalls into one comfy and functional clothing item.
Swoveralls are the ultimate level of comfort while also being kind to our planet, using 100% organic cotton and recycled polyester. You can easily find the perfect fit with these adjustable straps. Inside the zipper front, bib pocket to store your valuables safely. Zipper fly for the guys, kangaroo front bib pocket and deep side pockets for everything else.
Lightweight, breathable, cozy fabric for ultimate comfort and style. Functional internal front pocket with zipper closure on front bib.
Kyle founded his New York-based startup and produced the original Swoveralls in 2017. A percentage of the net profits is donated by Kyle to Urban Pathways and the Israel Lacrosse Association.
Spare Mobile ATM
|$500,000 for 3.5%||$500,000 for 12% + advisory shares||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: D’ontra Hughes
Spare is a company that offers a virtual ATM network that is cheaper, more secure and more convenient than traditional ATMs. This mobile solution allows consumers to connect their bank account to the Spare app.
You can easily withdraw cash from your nearest shop with the Spare app.
After the user enters the amount of cash needed, a one-time PIN is provided, along with the GPS directions to the nearest registered shop. Money is given to the user after the PIN is shown to the shopkeeper. Businesses are paid by SPARE to be a registered shops and benefit from increased foot traffic.
Maven’s Creamery Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches
|$400,000 for 10%||$400.000 for 25%||Barbara Corcoran|
Entrepreneurs: Gwen Nguyen and Christine Nguyen
Maven’s Creamery is a food company from San Jose, CA, started by two sisters to bring a little ice cream to the macaron. The macaron ice cream sandwiches from Maven’s Creamery are offered in strawberry shortcake, cookies and cream, salted caramel, and toasted almond flavors.
The entrepreneurs are looking to produce more and reduce their labor costs by automating part of the process, where they will use the funding. It will cost Gwen and Christine approximately $200,000 to install a fully automated manufacturing line, since currently, the product is handcrafted in-house.
Gwen and Christine found that the macarons need to be chewy to provide a stable base and top for the ice cream. From operations into the garage, they expanded to their own full-scale manufacturing plant in San Jose that produces 30,000 ice cream sandwiches a week.
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