I remember using tubes like that in mexico when i was little and I had a cold. They had menthol and were used to unclog your nose. There is nothing unique about the delivery method.
Looks like Vicks makes them
I love sheet masks, but two uses is honestly the most inconvenient thing because the packaging is not super easy to work with and how else are you going to store it in the serum. Also, people in Asia have been using these reusable silicone masks with ear hooks to soak in serums for ages (which is probably more effective than lace because they prevent moisture loss).
Neat idea but the only thing separating it from an established product, The Rubber Hugger, which has a retail cost that is less than the landed cost for Better Bedder, is the width.
I would imagine this falls apart once Lori figures out it’s not as original as they thought.
These product have been around for a while, you can buy them on Amazon right now, how is this any different.
I think this guy is going to be in trouble because Cuban asked him about being knocked off. There's a bunch of them already on Amazon.
people have been asking for the nutrition info.
protein would be 3 grams per package (2 servings per pack), salt is 500mg (22% rda)
>There's nothing proprietary here except for the shape.
And even that part is shaky considering you can already buy something like this on Amazon and Alibaba.
I guess Kevin and Daymond were blinded by the Lowe's order.
I have a couple of these and I love them. They really are great versatile towels. But man I can't believe they got a deal. They aren't doing anything proprietary or interesting, literally just re-dying and repackaging a product that has been around for decades. It bothers me that people would buy these towels from them because there's no way anyone should pay $50 for one.
I spent $80 on one for my birthday six years ago. It rocked. Best cake ever. But I don’t need $80 cake in my life.
Check out their recipe book here: https://www.amazon.com/Daisy-Cakes-Bakes-Keepsake-Southern/dp/0451499417/
Robert just wants to be on the show so he tries really hard to be involved, dramatic (sob stories), funny (awful jokes). I'll bet of the few deals he does, most of them don't actually close. read this
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I tried them a few years ago but wasn't impressed.
I prefer using Scotch-Brite Dobie.
Or you could go here and get one for 1/10th of the price
When they say "get rich using other people's money" are they talking about the people buying the "discounted" seminars? 😂
I'm so glad I found your post, thank you for sharing your experience with the rest of us.
I have one of these that is essentially what you're talking about, it's killer and so much more space saving than a normal strainer
80 colored key covers for 8 bucks, I could drown a kitten in these for the cost of a bougie latte. Now I know which key to use.
Of course I, and any shark, would compare your offering to the current competitive landscape if we were looking to invest. Are you competing with other trackers? Are you competing with other products that let someone identify their key? Are you competing with this? if you’re competing with other trackers bringing up the fact that Apple and Tile have a huge network of devices is extremely relevant. Apple’s big advantage is that every iPhone becomes a node in the mesh network. I tossed one in a moving truck and was able to watch my stuff move across the country. Tile’s disadvantage is it requires someone else to have the Tile app installed and walk by the missing Tile, which is the same disadvantage you’d have, minus the much larger user base who use Tile. Your cost is only slightly lower than Tile’s, and only ten bucks less than Apple’s.
If you walk into the tank with a million in revenue, strong profits, a large user base, and enough margin to support a royalty deal, then we’re talkin.
I think this kinda already exists. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08VDLNGPC
Not sure what she charges, but you could just put the diapers in a sturdy garbage bag and toss one of those in there. Change it once a week, you're looking at about $20-25 a month. Not that bad if they work well, which reviews point to them doing.
Incredibly glad she (hopefully) closed on a deal though. She's basically me -- where we were looking for someone to take a chance on us.
Is he gonna get an ROI? Who knows. But if it turns out to work really well, he's gonna get a nice check every quarter and a great operator.
The Better Bedder led me to Amazon and purchasing a “Hugger Buddy” which was a much cheaper option that is just an elastic strap that does the same thing. I love it. Hard to imagine I’ve gotten more use out of anything I spent like $12.99 on.
https://smile.amazon.com/s?k=led+hat&crid=30BHGAR2JBOIQ&sprefix=led+hat%2Caps%2C170&ref=nb_sb_noss_1 Take your pick from the hundreds on there...
This is more money, but looks like a much better hat and more care put into the light design https://smile.amazon.com/ZenNutt-Running-Christmas-Stocking-Stuffers/dp/B09DYVTCQK/ref=sr_1_7?crid=30BHGAR2JBOIQ&keywords=led+hat&qid=1642211825&sprefix=led+hat%2Caps%2C170&sr=8-7
It's ridiculous that these guys got a deal. They're already through. [These knockoffs are all over amazon, patent or not](https://www.amazon.com/Accessories-SNACPICK-Chopsticks-Controller-Residues/dp/B09BN8XTF4/ref=pd\_lpo\_5?pd\_rd\_i=B09BN8XTF4&psc=1)
Mark Cuban's How To Win At the Sport Of Business is an entertaining, quick read. I think it may just be blog posts he's written before but I reread it occasionally. It's not advice for how to be an investor necessarily, just general "how to be good at business" advice. You will see advice that he uses in some of his judgements for investing. (Example: If a new company has a bunch of swag, you know they're burning for no reason)
The Finance and Capital Markets section of Khan Academy is great content. Learn how to read the 3 financial statements and you will know the language of business.
Lori has a book too, but it's more useful if you actually have an invention and what it takes to get it patented and turned into a business. There's valuable lessons in it though.
I read 2 of Daymond's books and they're just general life stories about his rise. I read Kevin's and it was filled with basic advice like "get a credit card and build credit."
With all the power outages in CA I went on Amazon and bought a number of lighting solutions. Solar lanterns, tabletop lights etc. The selection is insane. Nothing he showed was in anyway unique and you know he just got an Asian distributor who he figured he could do business with.
I got a 2 pack of lanterns that charge in a day via solar, they are wall outlet chargeable via an included plug and they run on 3 AA batteries. So you get three ways to power it depending on your situation. And they charge your phone via usb and come with a metal hanging handle. I got a 2 pack for $14 as I recall. And that is one of many I got for far less than this dumb shark tank product.
You can buy 4 for $35
TANSOREN 4 Pack Portable LED Camping Lantern Solar USB Rechargeable or 3 AA Power Supply, Built-in Power Bank Compati Android Charge, Waterproof Collapsible Emergency LED Light with "S" Hook https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077QBKXZD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_4J3MDEQ2X38KFV3KP2VT?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
> and is less handy that a one blob item.
It's more of a "what is more valuable to me" sort of thing. Realistically, I could just buy a solar powered power bank, like this one on Amazon, and be at $30.
Not only does it have a flash light, solar panel and three times the capacity, I'm still paying less.
It just depends on what level of versatility matters most to you. The "blob" is less practical, but has more application. The power bank has fewer light modes, but arguably accomplishes the goal fairly well. XTorch is versatile in the space.
Like I said, it fits into a rather narrow niche that I feel other things accomplish much better. Sure, if I am going to be camping outside for the next three months, XTorch is probably an awesome product, but I don't think that can sustain a company.
Don’t know if this has been mentioned before but how is this any different than using a small UL certified electric blanket, wrapping up your milk in it and letting it stand on a dialed-in temperature?
Like this blanket here - https://www.amazon.com/MOHOO-Heating-Electric-Temperature-Shoulder/dp/B07WGMHGC6/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=MOHOO+Heating+Pad&qid=1617467168&sr=8-1
The questions they asked were dumb and I think to get a book you need to pay anyway so it’s basically like keeping an online journal but it cost money.
This basically does the same thing but is cheaper and handwritten: Mom's One Line a Day: A Five-Year Memory Book https://www.amazon.com/dp/0811874907/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_Gam6FbBN8HGGB
I was going to buy those too but saw totally mixed reviews on Amazon. I bought these instead https://www.amazon.com/Tifara-Beauty-42-pack-Flexible-Curling/dp/B0182XCOGE/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?crid=1DL9J039CUDCY&dchild=1&keywords=foam+curlers+for+hair&qid=1609108392&sprefix=foam+curle%2Caps%2C409&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&spL...
I only use them when traveling outside the country since my curler isn't dual voltage. They work really well. I later discovered that they have similar rods at dollar stores all over America and in Europe lol.
Ummm there’s already a mason jar one....
And way better looking ones on amazon
This is the one I have https://www.amazon.com/Moms-One-Line-Day-Five-Year/dp/0811874907/ref=mp_s_a_1_18?keywords=5+year+journal+one+line+a+day&qid=1577820690&sprefix=5+year+jo&sr=8-18 but if you type in 5 year journal one line a day on amazon there are all kinds of options
A chef knife is just an all purpose knife. https://www.amazon.com/Victorinox-Fibrox-Chefs-Knife-8-Inch/dp/B000638D32
Can get decent enough ones for pretty cheap. Most people are 10x better off spending $30-$50 on a single knife versus a shitty knife block full of knives.
From there video it looks like it's directed towards beer? What's the prep required for 5-7 hours of cold beer? Can it handle food also?
How does it compare to a similar product that exists and is collapsible? https://www.amazon.com/CleverMade-SnapBasket-Soft-Sided-Collapsible-Cooler/dp/B01KPW8ZEK?ref_=fsclp_pl_dp_2