ENTREPRENEUR: Jeff Cohen and his son Josh.
PITCH: The Voyage Air Guitar, designed to fold in half and fit into a backpack or an overhead compartment on an airplane. They need capital to build more units.
ASKING FOR: $500K for a 5% stake. And you just know the Sharks won't be having that!
BEST PART OF THE PITCH: Jeff says he owns the patent for the folding hinge.
THE SHARKS BITE WHEN: Jeff says he's sold 800 units already this year, for a sales total of $400K. Kevin O'Leary offers $500K for 51% of a company that owns his patent. Kevin Harrington goes in on that deal, offering to put up half the cash and bringing his expertise with TV infomercials to the table.
RESULT: Jeff and Josh decline the offer. Kevin O'Leary responds, "I'm stunned of your greed. You're a human tragedy. You're dead to me when you say no to my deal."
WANT TO KNOW MORE: Visit www.voyageairguitar.com/.