Shark Tank season 5 episode 3 introduces aromatherapy sprays to help kids afraid of the dark; a carrier for toddlers; protecting hair from cooking fumes; a cooking tray for ramen noodles.
Season 5 Episode 3 in depth
In season 5 episode 16, there is no guest judge.
You’d rather own gold; not the miner.Kevin O’Leary
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 3. 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 5 episode 3:
Shark Tank Air Date: 10/04/13 – Season 5 – Episode 3
|$35,000 for 33%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Debbie Glickman
The ‘Fairy Tale Wishes’ brand had been around for four years prior to its appearance in the Shark Tank and at this point it had built up quite a following. Debbie Glickman is the founder of Fairytale Wishes, Inc.
The ‘Fairy Tale Wishes’ product line is designed to help quell childhood anxiety. The product is an aromatherapy spray that has been crafted from naturally-sourced ingredients in the United States.
Just spray the “magic” bubblegum scented spray made from naturally derived ingredients anywhere you think a monster, a bed bug, or anything that goes bump in the night might lurk. And put the fear of monsters to rest.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$300,000 for 10%||$150,000 for 15% + $150,000 loan||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Chris Johnson
Rapid Ramen Cooker is a sturdy, microwave-safe plastic tray that holds a block of ramen and provides an indicator line showing how much water to be added. From there, you just pop it in the microwave and enjoy your new favorite ramen
The Rapid Ramen Cooker is a product founded by Chris Johnson. cook perfect ramen noodles in the microwave in just 3 minutes. Works with most instant ramen including Maruchan Nissin and Top Ramen.
The Rapid Ramen Cooker is safe to clean in the dishwasher, and comes with heat-resistant handles. It’s made with high-grade polypropylene and is BPA free.
|$200,000 for 15%||$200,000 for 33%||Robert Herjavec|
Entrepreneurs: Erick Jansen
The Freeloader is the ultimate child carrier for active families, designed to be ultra-light, super portable and extra safe and strong. This child carrier supports more weight than any other, and effectively distributes it through its padded and contoured shoulder straps and padded waist strap. The Freeloader is also designed with safety in mind, featuring a five-point harness system to hold your child in place.
It is a perfect fit for parents that want a lighter, more versatile child carrier. This child backpack carrier with a seat features an easy-to-use safety harness, specially designed to fasten securely and safely out-of-reach of your child. The Freeloader provides wide, ergonomic shoulder and waist straps to evenly distribute your child’s weight from your shoulders to your hips and core. The contoured shoulder straps are adjustable and provide extra padding for comfort and support.
Padding in the back panel and seat for extended comfort. Use it as daypack, the Freeloader’s integrated aluminum seat folds up neatly to the size of a daypack.
|$50,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Juli Deveau and Ozma Khan
The Kookn Kap is a product designed to be worn in the kitchen and resembles a chef’s hat. The Kookn Kap has been designed not only to ensure that hair does not get into the food that is being prepared but also to ensure that whoever is wearing the hat does not end up with ‘smelly hair’.
Julie Deveau & Ozma Khan are professional women working in the financial sector, are the founders of Kook n Kap.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
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