Bed Jet Climate System Update | Shark Tank Season 6

Hot summer nights and cold winter evenings can really make it hard to sleep. Mark Aramli wanted to come up with a solution to make beds comfortable no matter the season. That’s why he created the world’s first cooling, heating and climate control system for beds. Will the sharks want to invest on Shark Tank Season 6? Find out in our Bed Jet update!

Shark Tank Bed Jet Update

Bed Jet Update

  • Entrepreneurs: Mark Aramli
  • Business: Warming and cooling, climate system for beds
  • Ask: $250,000 for 10% equity
  • Result: No deal
  • Sharks: None

Mark brought his The Bed Jet system to the tank and even let Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner test it out in bed. He explained that his product has an advanced control feature that allows for dual settings and cooldown timers that can be used. In addition, users can program alarms and certain times of the day when they want the Bed Jet to boost the sheets with either hot or cold air.

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With manufacturing costing $98.00 per unit and production set to start six weeks after the company’s pitch on Shark Tank, it was disturbing to the sharks that Mark believed his company was worth $2.5 million. Lori dropped out because her questions kept getting ignored, while Kevin O’Leary dropped out because of the insanely high price point of $499.00 per unit.

Mark Cuban also dropped out because he felt that the entrepreneur was trying to sneak around the questions that were being asked. The remaining sharks shared similar concerns and ultimately dropped out too. Did Mark’s company survive, even though he failed to make a deal in the tank? Keep reading our Bed Jet update to find out!

We have great news to report! Research for our Bed Jet update revealed that despite not making a deal on Shark Tank, the company seems to be growing and thriving. With more than 100,000 units sold on Amazon, it seems like Bed Jet is on an excellent trajectory to remain successful for a very long time. Besides Amazon, products are available on the Bed Jet website.

Would you like to find out more about the other companies featured on Season 6 Episode 17? Follow the links below for our other company updates from the episode.

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