Shark Tank season 6 episode 3 introduces stuffed animals that also serve as washcloths; a handmade wearable sling to carry dogs; a darts-like card game.
Season 6 Episode 3 in depth
GoPro founder Nick Woodman returns to the Tank in Season 6 for a few episodes. Mark, Barbara, Kevin, Daymond, Lori, and Robert are the regular sharks.
In season 6 episode 3, there is no guest judge.
Tough times never last, tough people always do.Robert Herjave
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 6 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 6 episode 3:
Shark Tank Air Date: 10/03/14 – Season 6 – Episode 3
|$260,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Ray Philips and Alvin Uy
Soapsox is a plush bath toy that can also be played with outside the bath. It looks like a pretty standard stuffed animal, but there is a pocket inside where you can put soap, and two finger-pockets for easier grip. Each of the Soapsox is shaped like an animal, and they appear to have dozens of designs.
The SoapSox collection of washcloths comes in a range of adorable characters, from colorful marine animals to ducklings and baby dragons, all of them equally cuddly. An anti-microbial sponge makes up the interior, while on the outside the SoapSox are finished with the softest terry cloth exterior. Each character accepts bar or liquid soap in their mouth, and lathers up luxuriously once thoroughly wet.
SoapSox, the next generation of wash clothes for babies, toddlers and kids.
|$60,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Ken Haton and Dustin Berk
Ninja Cards is one of the most unique toy products to ever come into the tank. The product a set of cards you throw that stick in a special foam target. The cards are the size of a playing card, but are made of firmer plastic. It’s kind of like playing darts with a deck of cards.
Ninja Cards are a fun card-throwing game resembling darts but more satisfying, because who doesn’t like to pretend to be a ninja? Created by two friends who had a flash of inspiration while toying around with hotel key cards, the Ninja Cards game includes thick plastic cards and a target.
|$150,000 for 5%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Lei Yu and Tyler Freeman
Drum Pants is a nifty product, with a terrible name and two entrepreneurs who can’t seem to get on the same page. Drum Pants is a series of bands you wear under your clothes that act as a wearable controller. It connects through Bluetooth to any device.
The entrepreneurs demonstrated that the bands can be used to play music by drumming your hands against the bands. They also claimed that there are other applications for the product including controlling apps and games.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$25,000 for 10%||$50,000 for 40%||Daymond John|
Entrepreneurs: Anastasia Balyura
HeartPup bills itself as the world’s best dog carrier. It’s basically a papoose for tiny dogs. There are pockets to store your phone, wallet, and keys and there’s an internal clip where you can secure your dog’s collar. The entrepreneur, Anastasia, invented the product when she wanted to bring her dog to class in law school. Like it’s a totally normal thing to want to do.
HeartPup is a L.A.-based pet boutique and design label founded by Anastasia. Producing pet apparel, collars, and more fashion accessories with special attention paid to merging the worlds of pet and consumer fashion. HEART PUP is best known for its signature scarf sling-a fashionable scarf that doubles as a hands-free dog carrier perfect for small pets.
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