S7 E18 Episode 18

02/19/16 | TV-PG | CC

A 16-year-old environmentalist from Melbourne, FL has an eco-friendly way to say goodbye to plastic bottles; a former soap star villainess from Sherman Oaks, CA wants the Sharks to make a deal with her one-piece swimsuit that can keep you sun-safe and stylish; two men from Washington, DC pitch an app that creates exercise play lists for the everyday person; and a man from Corinth, TX promises to expose the hidden, dirty secrets lurking in your mattress. Plus, a follow up on Chris Gilpin from Sanford, FL and Signal Vault, his business that protects consumers from crowd-hack-attacks, in which Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec invested in.



Nohbo is an innovative, bottle-less, green personal care delivery system, which holds a single use ball filled with shampoo, conditioner, body wash, or shaving cream. Nohbo leaves the landfills and oceans with NO waste, while leaving the bather with a lather that is sure to impress!

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TUTUblue is a first of its kind one piece beach suit, for maximum sun protection. They are made with UPF 50 tested fabric that blocks out 97% of the suns harmful rays. The fabric is light weight and ideal for surfing, SUP, swimming, beach volleyball, pool lounging, running, etc. Protect your skin while doing any water sport or outdoor activity. 

Learn More: Visit tutublue.com


PITCH: Sworkit

Sworkit allows you to customize and play personalized video workouts.

Learn More: Visit sworkit.com


PITCH: The Clean Sleep Machine

The Clean Sleep Machine is the perfect solution that offers the Ultimate mattress cleaning and sanitizing experience. Its proprietary process is 99.9% effective at eliminating bacteria, mold and viruses. It even kills and removes dust mites and bed bugs! Clean Sleep's mobile technology allows you to insert anything from pillows to a California King. This revolutionary process is eco-friendly and only takes 15 minutes, leaving it completely dry when done.

Learn More: Visit cleansleep.com

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