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WOW His best selling product right now are the custom shoes which to order costs the consumer around $100 and to make $27 28. Nick seems to be dead set on opening new stores, but the printer takes 30 minutes to make the shoes and cost $55,000. Daymond tries to explain if they leased the printer for 100k and then took a percentage, who cares what they print or who it is. When Nick begins to almost argue that if they had the stores with thousands of printable designs and is stopped. Daymond tells him he thinks he's incredibly cool but has lost a lot of money with cool guys and is out Mark agrees with Daymond, adding that doesn't stop the opportunity here. Then Kevin goes on to let them know that the problem is everybody has a different business model. Robert doesn't want to change the business model and is out. Nick interjects that all he wants to do is make money prompting "Mr. Wonderful" to agree. Kevin (the devil) agrees but doesn't want to be in retail and is out. 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He does have a patent pending and has not had any results in his attempts to contact the larger companies. Kevin keeps on stating there is no merit and is out. Daymond wants to know if there are any sales and discovers it is still a prototype so no sales as of yet. Barbara wants to know the cost which is approximated at $2.50 to 3.00 retail and to make is around 67 cents without the dog food. Mark states Blake is obviously early in the process he can't help him and is out. Daymond likes the idea and his dogs name is Blake but doesn't think he'll be able to get a utility patent n putting dog food in a container and is out. Barbara puts food in a baggy for her dog all the time, doesn't think people will spend the money for a problem that doesn't exist and is out. Robert lets Blake know that unlike his evil twin he has animals and loves them BUT he is way to early and is out. 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They explain that they first only marketed to restaurants and small stores which sales amounted to $5,000. When Mark asks about the order they have coming up to fill the tides begin to get rough. What is astounding is these 3 guys trying to figure out how much there order is for with Whole Foods, ( which I'm sure the sharks are thinking tens of thousands). First it's 50 x 2 $100. then one states it's $200 (that's right two hundred dollars), no wait another one says $400, no wait Ahhhhh. Then they can't even agree on what they sell them for. Barbara can't be in business with these guys and is out. Robert is laughing hysterically. Mark is questioning the need for them to have the investment to fulfill a $400 order which they are claiming is definitely not what the money is for. Things are not looking good here, Kevin wants to know out of 10 guys how many want to try beer flavored ice cream. The response is "Just guys?" 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They are asking for 300k for a 15% stake in the company These ladies are to funny as they explain they both lost their jobs in 2008 and decided to take all their money and invest it in something they new nothing about. Then they start to take off their leather jackets and reveal the Go Go Gear underneath, and the sharks are in awe. It's abrasion and scratch resistant and looks great for even work They discuss having 172k in sales for last year while Robert tries on one of the jackets looking ever so HOT. Uh oh, now comes the should have went over this a little better before we got here syndrome. When Mark asks what they will do with his money and they say go to Europe because there are over 35 million registered riders, opposed to the US which has 7 mill. Mark proceeds to tell them what a horrible, horrible, horrible (ok enough already ) answer that is. 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Desiree jut dropped her jaw almost to the floor Now they're telling them they didn't say it was worth 2 mill. Robert responds vigorously with "I'm not calculating that." Barbara tries to help them out a little as they, (as Daymond puts it) get dragged down the street by the bikes, but agrees the eval is nuts! Then Desiree suggests the sharks make the eval and there's another punch to the gut. Then it starts with the 25%, OK how about 38%, Mark expresses they're pulling stuff out of the sky and is out. Barbara because of their extreme optimism and how they pissed away the money is out. Robert thinks they're not focused enough although it is an innovative product anybody could come in and tear them to shreds and out . With only Daymond left they want to increase the equity offer and step out to discuss it . Robert and Daymond discuss how together they really have the connection and access to make it worth a shot depending on the counter offer. 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