Shark Tank season 9 episode 14 introduces an entrepreneur from Brooklyn, New York, introduces an ingenious kitchen tool that solves one of the biggest gripes in cooking – the splatter that sprays your kitchen and clothes anytime you cook; an entrepreneur from Miami, Florida, invented a special stroller that allows caregivers to also fit in a workout; and entrepreneurs from New York City believe they have created the best men’s garment out there.
Season 9 Episode 14 in depth
Guest sharks this season include Spanx founder Sara Blakely, Virgin Group founder Richard Branson, brand marketer Rohan Oza, TV personality Bethenny Frankel, Matt Higgins, and former MLB star Alex Rodriguez.
In this season 9 episode 14, there is no guest judge.
One of the great lessons I took from my father into my own role as a parent: Don’t lie to your kids, because they’ll grow up and figure you out.Daymond John
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 9 Episode 14. 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 9 episode 14:
- Frywall – Splatter Guard For Frying Pans
- Inirv React Smart Stove Kit
- Birddogs Free Balling Shorts For Men
Shark Tank Air Date: 01/07/18 – Season 9 – Episode 14
|$100,000 for 10%||$100,000 for 10%||Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Yair Reiner
Frywall is an accessory for the kitchen by a company from Brooklyn, NY, that attempts to reduce cooking splatter. The product is a silicon guard that resembles a dog collar and sits inside pans to collect stray droplets of oil and sauce when cooking.
Frywall never drops it guard, protecting your stovetop even when you stir or flip your food. Yet it lets steam escape, so proteins sear without getting soggy. You get the freedom of an open pan, with a lot less mess.
Frywall is made of BPA-free, FDA-compliant silicone that can withstand heat up to 450°F. It’s also dishwasher safe, and easy to rolls up and store in its pint-sized sleeve.
|$800,000 for 8%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Ranjith Babu and Akshita Iyer
Inirv makes your stove smart for the first time. It’s easy to install, blends in with your kitchen, and makes cooking less of a hassle so you can get back to what matters most.
The sensor hub connects to wi-fi and lets you monitor the status of your stove from anywhere. Its motion sensor will also detect if your stove has been left on accidentally. The smart knobs replace your existing knobs and enable more hands-free cooking. The Inirv App lets you seamlessly interact with your stove.
Set cook times and burner settings ahead of time and Inirv will adjust your burners automatically. Inirv will even remind you when to flip, stir and add ingredients. Voice-activate cooking the first time – set cook times, change burner settings and more! Inirv knows if your stove has been left unattended and will turn it off automatically to help prevent burnt meals or even worse! Check the status of your stove from anywhere! Receive notifications if you leave it on accidentally and turn it off remotely if needed.
|$250,000 for 1.5%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Peter Baldwin
Birddogs is the mens apparel company taking bro-tailer e-commerce to the next level of obscenity with their fitness apparel for men. The Birddogs line of shorts and pants are designed with a built-in liner so that you’ll never have to wear underwear again.
The menswear company was founded back in 2014 by Peter Baldwin, who at the time worked as a Sales Executive for IBM.
Zipper pocket holds wallet secure to the side. It contours instead of mashes, with enough room for summer squash. Go deep. Our front pockets are huge.
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