What’s this? The third episode of “Shark Tank” in eight days? It may be crazy, but it’s true! There is another installment of the ABC hit coming up on Friday night, and we have some of the latest details now in terms of what you can expect.
Usually, we are able to preview every single product that is featured on an upcoming episode in one of these articles, but for the first time in well over a year, we’re actually still missing through our research one of the products featured in the synopsis below. If you know what the “pajama-clad duo” from Menlo Park is selling on the show tomorrow night, tweet to us and let us know!
“The Sharks are illuminated by a unique and elegant lighting solution designed by a man from San Francisco, CA, and a pajama-clad duo from Menlo Park, CA want to help America one nap at a time with their wearable technology. Other pitches include a former Air Force Captain and dog lover from La Pine, OR who has created a complete food bar for canines, and actor Dean Cain and pro fighting champion Uriah Faber join an entrepreneur from Columbus, OH in his bid to get the sharks to invest in his business for custom-tailored suits. Also, an update from Erin Bickley and Jenny Greer from Macon, GA who invented Hold Your Haunches, slimming pants that give instant, built-in uplift to one’s derriere, that Lori Greiner and Barbara Corcoran invested in during Season 5.”
Now that we’ve said all of that, take a look at some of the featured products below.
Bello Verde – They are a clothier out of Columbus that specializes in creating custom looks for you from scratch. The clothes look really nice, and there has to be a nice feeling that comes with having unique, tailored clothing that really suits your body. Still, we don’t expect this to be something that the average viewer can afford. It may not be the most expensive on the market, but it’s probably not cheap.
Lumio – You’ve probably seen this one in commercials as the book that turns into a lamp. It really is pretty cool, and we see it being something that people want since it is a compact light source with a variety of functions. The price (at $190) is a little more than we expected, but that is the only real weakness.
TurboPup – Another really smart idea. Given how active people are, shouldn’t there be an easy food option for your dog? That is what this is meant to be! We’re not sure if there is another product quite like this one out there already, but we know that people spend a ton of money on their dogs.