‘Shark Tank’ review: Naja, Echo Valley Meats, Aqua Valet, and EmazingLights

The latest -Shark Tank” fans, tonight was a good one! We had a chance to see a number of quality products tonight, including one that you have already seen before that is ultimately all about meat. From there, we had clothing lines, a water-security innovation, and a product that will hopefully light up almost every nightclub. Good times for all!

As with all of our other “Shark Tank” product reviews, we’re giving you more than just our take on the products; we are also including a link to each individual product, just in case you want to take out some of the products for yourself.

Echo Valley Meats – They are back! They actually had a better proposal this time, and the meat was always pretty delicious. The issue here to us is fairly simple: Competition. There’s a ton of it out there, and you have to somehow convince people that you are better than the others. He got a deal with Mark Cuban, while is a pretty big win for him. More than likely, Mark probably realizes that he can make this business work with his marketing and internet skills.

EmazingLights – Do these light up the night? It’s certainly fun. This guy also managed to completely make the sharks fall in love with him. Mark and Daymond John made him a wonderful offer, but then Robert Herjavec and Lori Greiner made him one that was even more astronomical. Yet, we kept hearing that it wasn’t about the money here so much as the right partner, and Mark and Daymond were probably the right pick. He can help with licensing, while Mark already has the entertainment connections.

Aqua Vault – Can you keep your products safe when you are near the water? This actually is a good product for hotels, but not necessarily something that consumers will buy on their own. Luckily, there are countless hotels all over the world that may be interested in renting this out to consumers. Probably a better product than we first imagined, and a good deal for Daymond to make.

Naja – A lingerie line with a purpose. We’re not a potential customer here by any means, but we can see that the designs are nice, but this was so out of left field. She was projecting this business to be enormous, and she wanted the sharks to pay a huge premium in order for that. They seemed almost desperate to teach her a lesson so much that this was a very awkward end to the show. We really think that this business will make it, but not with this value attached to it now.

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