Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 19 introduces an entrepreneur from Springfield, Missouri, who shares his invention that helps prevent the spread of germs like COVID-19. A husband-and-wife duo from Scottsdale, Arizona, introduce their refrigerated safe that makes contactless delivery more secure. An entrepreneur from South Jordan, Utah, hopes his idea for an at-home probiotic maker grows on the Sharks. A pair of entrepreneurs from Charlotte, North Carolina, and Atlanta, Georgia, respectively, is over the moon about their spacesuit-influenced gadget guard.
Season 12 Episode 19 in depth
Guest sharks this season 12 include Blake Mycoskie, founder of TOMS and co-founder of Madefor, and Kendra Scott, founder and CEO of Kendra Scott LLC. Returning guest Sharks include Alex Rodriguez, baseball player and founder and CEO of A-Rod Corp, and Daniel Lubetzky, founder and executive chairman of Kind.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 19. Many scammers claim they’ve received big investments from the Sharks or they have been on the show. They were not actually on Shark Tank if you don’t see a business on this list. 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 12 episode 19:
Shark Tank Air Date: 04/02/21 – Season 12 – Episode 19
StepNpull – Door Opener
|$300,000 For 3%||$300,000 For 6%||Kevin O’Leary|
Entrepreneurs: Mike Sewell
In Season 12 Episode 19 of Shark Tank entrepreneur and co-founder Mike Sewell pitched his invention StepNpull. The StepNPull is L-shaped aluminum hands free door opener that can be attached to any door in your home or office including bathroom with the included screws. Without any doubt his product quickly attracted the sharks especially after hearing his sales number that just in March 2020 he made over $1.7 million in sales.
StepNPull is founded in 2007 by the co-founders Mike Sewell, Kelly Coddington and Ron Ely. Their invention is a great way, especially during the pandemic, to reduce the risk of getting germs through touching of door handles in places like public restrooms or offices.
The company continues to grow and have already been selling through large retailers including Amazon and have international distribution network in Australia, United Kingdom, South Africa, Slovenia, and Hong Kong. Some of the biggest companies in USA are their clients including Google, Walmart, Boeing, Facebook, and more.
|$150,000 For 7%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Merick Maxfield
Another invention features in Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 19 is Probiotic Maker pitched by Merick Maxfield. After struggling to find a solution that can last more than few days Merick and spending a lot of money for yogurt for his family and eight children he decided to finally solve this problem.
Did you know that there are over 140 benefits from probiotics including boost immune system, fight diseases, better mood/sleep and more. With the Probiotic Maker you just need a gallon of milk and a starter packet, and you can have your own probiotic and forget about probiotic pills or buying yogurt.
The way Probiotic Maker works is by heating a a gallon of milk. It is pretty much a heating pad wrapped around and you leave it heat the milk for over a period of 8-9 hrs, ideally leave it overnight and then transfer it to the refrigerator. And you have your own yogurt with probiotic. Of course let’s not forget that you need this culture in order to make the yogurt. You can purchase it or subscribe from the Merrick’s company website and you add it during the process of yogurt making.
PHOOZY – Thermal Phone Case
|$500,000 For 10%||$500,000 For 8% + $1.5 Per Unit Until $500,000 Is Repaid||Robert Herjavec and Lori Greine|
Entrepreneurs: Kevin Conway and Josh Inglis
PHOOZY is founded by Kevin Conway and Josh Inglis and it is a thermal and drop protection for your electronic devices such as from smartphones, laptops, and tablets. Thermal Capsule from PHOOZY is award-winning phone case and the first sleeve to protect your device from overheating in the sun, prevents dying quickly in the cold, floats if dropped in water and provides military-grade drop protection.
In 2017 Kevin Conway connected with his old friend, a digital marketing professional Josh Inglis to develop the initial prototype. In the first two years since the product hit the market Phoozy had generated over $2.2 million in sales, while in 2021 was expecting to reach $4.5 million in sales.
The patented Chromium Thermal Barrier™ is adapted from NASA technology used in space suits to protect astronauts in the extreme conditions in outer space to extend the period of time your phone will maintain its safe operating temperature. Your device to protect against everything thanks to the SoftTouch Protective Liner encapsulate and the Impactor Core.
We all have heard about the Shark Tank effect and this one is no exception. Since the aired day of the show the sales of PHOOZY have jumped more than 400%.
DynoSafe – Smart Lockbox
|$150,000 For 15%||$150,000 For 25% + Majority Of Board Seats With One Seat Going To Mark Cuban||Robert Herjavec|
Entrepreneurs: Rebecca Romanucci and Eric Romanucci
DynoSafe is a patented refrigerated smart safe or lockbox for home grocery delivery to the porch, invented by Rebecca Romanucci and Eric Romanucci. Besides ensuring that all of your orders will be protected from theft, DynoSafe also provides climate-controlled protection from inclement weather.
This a smart refrigerated lockbox uses an app to regulate temperatures and generate a one-time code for securely delivering of your packages. Although prior the airing of the Shark Tank show the safes are not yet available for purchase, only for pre-order from their website. According to Rebecca and Eric the projected price for these safes will be $800-$1000.
In today’s pandemic and full with porch pirates time we are living this product may be a great idea to secure your porch deliveries and make sure your grocery orders can outstand hot weather if left outside.
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