Shark Tank season 7 episode 12 introduces to the Sharks are pitched equipment for people who want to run a crane or crush a car, a protein-filled pancake mix, and a way to keep ties looking on point.
Season 7 Episode 12 in depth
Actor Ashton Kutcher, music manager Troy Carter, and venture investor Chris Sacca appeared as guest sharks this season.
In season 7 episode 12, there is no guest judge.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 7 Episode 12. 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 7 episode 12:
- Extreme Sandbox – Play with Heavy Construction Equipment
- ABS Protein Pancake Mix
- The Total Tie Keep – Holds Neckties in Place
- FireAvert – Prevents Kitchen Fires by Cutting Power to the Stove
Shark Tank Air Date: 05/06/16 – Season 7 – Episode 12
Extreme Sandbox – Play with Heavy Construction Equipment
|$150,000 for 15%||$150,000 for 20%||Mark Cuban and Kevin O’Leary|
Entrepreneurs: Randy Stenger
Extreme Sandbox is a 10-acre site in Minnesota where adults can have fun while learning how to operate and play with heavy construction equipment like bulldozers and excavators.
A top-rated Minnesota adventure attraction, Extreme Sandbox’s Hastings location provides a truly unique opportunity to its guests. It is perfect for team building, birthday parties, family reunions and other group events.
Crushing cars is also one of the options. Randy Stenger, the founder of the company, quit his 6-figure job, and used his entire savings and retirement account to start Extreme Sandbox.
ABS Protein Pancake Mix
|$120,000 for 40%||$120,000 for 42%||Daymond John|
Entrepreneurs: Josh McClelland and Ashley Drummonds
ABS Protein Pancakes come from a desire to stay fit and enjoy food at the same time. Healthy living requires sacrifices to be made, but that doesn’t mean making not delicious meals. ABS stands for Authentic, Beautiful, and Strong, along with the desired look.
Deciding between what feels good and what tastes good and are days of the past, and pancakes are not a guilty pleasure anymore!
The 25g of protein has to come from somewhere, and so does the flavor. ABS Protein Pancakes are safe, made with all-natural non-GMO ingredients, gluten-free, and a way for the whole family to stay healthy.
ABS Protein Pancakes are a tasty, healthy breakfast, compare to so many protein powders and protein snacks, and the whole family can enjoy.
The Total Tie Keep – Holds Neckties in Place
|$50,000 for 25%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Dwight Littlejohn
The Total Tie Keep corrects, straightens and controls the entire necktie by loosely attaching the necktie to the shirt, using the shirt’s buttons. It is allowing just enough of that natural flow of a necktie and stabilizes the necktie. It keeps the wearer from looking disheveled and unkempt by the necktie control. The chance of soiling the necktie at the dinner table is decreased by the Total Tie Keep, or even at the sink in the restroom, and from that vicious office paper shredder by keeping you and your tie safe.
The tie keeps 100% pre-shrunk material, virtually invisible. and can be worn to match the necktie or the shirt. The Total Tie Keep is adorned with two patented loops that are strategically placed to control the tail or the rear apron. Once attached to the recommended button, the upper loop serves as an extension of the tie loop, giving the user more room for error when tying a tie. Taller wearers having issues with that tail staying tucked in the tie loop is a thing of the past which makes it extremely helpful for them.
The Total Tie Keep is placed on the back of the tie, inside the loop, after the tail is tucked in the loop(s) on the Tie Keep. This will keep the entire tie sliding moving around erratically, from side to side and loosely anchor. The wearer is encouraged to develop an application style that works for them or use the preferred way to wear the Tie Keep for maximum performance.
FireAvert – Prevents Kitchen Fires by Cutting Power to the Stove
|$300,000 for 7%||$300,000 loan at 5% interest + 10% royalty until $400,000 is repaid + 10% equity||Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Peter Thorpe
Designed to protect from house fires, FireAvert’s Auto Stove Shut-off product keeps your family and home safe. The #1 cause of home fire in the U.S., according to the NFPA, is unattended cooking ranges. Your home and family will be protected with their fire prevention and detector tool from a disaster that could be fatal.
FireAvert does not require any professional assistance or tools and it can be installed in less than 10 minutes. Simply plug it into the wall and then plug your stove power cord into the FireAvert plug-in. Then to ensure minimizing false alarms and maximum reliability, sync the sound signature on your smoke detector to your FireAvert unit, utilizing their patented syncing feature.
The compact unit allows you to set your stove flush with your wall, by pairing it with their 3- or 4-Prong Pig Tail extension cord. It measures only 2 ¼ inches deep, 3 ½ inches wide, and 7 ½ inches tall. FireAvert is designed for use with NEMA 10-50 outlets only. FireAvert should not be used in excessively dusty, warm (<90 degrees fahrenheit), or humid (<80%) environments.
Their first alert smoke alarm system syncs to your smoke detector and cuts power to your stove when your smoke alarms sound from food left unattended. Imagine the peace of mind knowing your stove can turn itself off! Its reusable and doesn’t expire! Created by a long-time firefighter and featured on Shark Tank, FireAvert ensures safety from kitchen fires to keep you and your family safe.
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