Boona Tandem Showerhead Update | Shark Tank Season 15

Entrepreneurs Jeff Feiereisen and Brett Skaloud pitched their shower accessory during Shark Tank Season 15. Their company Boona, makes a Tandem Showerhead so that couples can shower at the same time. So, if you’ve ever wanted to install two showerheads into your shower easily, their products are made just for you. What will the sharks think? Find out in our Boona Tandem Showerhead update and pitch recap!

If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to Boona Tandem Showerhead after Shark Tank!

Jeff Feiereisen and Brett Skaloud appeared on Shark Tank Season 15 and ultimately walked away without a deal. In terms of a Boona Tandem Showerhead update, the company is still in business and has continued to grow since Shark Tank! Products are sold on Amazon and the 5-star reviews are proof of happy customers!

Shark: Result:
Mark Cuban No offer
Kevin O’Leary No offer
Lori Greiner No offer
Barbara Corcoran  No offer
Robert Herjavec  No offer

Shark Tank Boona Tandem Showerhead Update

Boona update

  • Entrepreneurs: Jeff Feiereisen and Brett Skaloud
  • Business: Tandem showerhead
  • Ask: $400,000 for 10% equity
  • Result: No deal
  • Shark: None

Jeff and Brett are friends, business partners, and founders of Boona Tandem Showerhead. They wanted to devise a solution to showering with a partner comfortably, so they created a Tandem Showerhead!

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As they say, two showerheads would certainly solve the problem of one partner hogging the hot water, however, not everyone can spend thousands of dollars to upgrade their bathroom. Tandem Shower is a practical and affordable option if this happens to be your thing.

In fact, Tandem Shower is the only easy and cost-effective way to add two showerheads to your shower on the market. Additionally, it optimizes the water pressure, using its custom-engineered showerhead.

Further, it installs in just minutes. It’s simply a matter of extending rods and connecting valves, that’s it.

Pretty soon after the initial pitch ends, the sharks are ready to get right down to the numbers.

Jeff and Brett reveal that they already have over 5,000 happy customers, with an average rating of 4.7 stars. It turns out, they began selling as pre-orders in April of 2022.

Through Tik-Tok and Instagram combined, they had 1oo million views, which really helped to get their sales moving. With that, they’ve gained over 50,000 followers on both platforms and a mailing list of over 40,000 subscribers.

That brings the conversation to sales. Their Kickstarter gained sales of $750,000, which equates to over 3,000 units. In regards to the year of filming, they anticipate ending the year with $1.7 million in sales and will profit over $850,000.

Their first model includes only one shower head, which is for customers who do not want to replace their main showerhead. This retails for $249.

Their second model, which includes the tandem showerhead, retails for $299. Regarding cost, both models landed, cost just $69 to manufacture.

Mark Cuban asks the entrepreneurs to elaborate on their goals. The guys share that they eventually hope to be a brand, first expanding on the shower accessories, and then possibly beyond that.

Kevin O’Leary cautions that some of the best Shark Tank deals have been when the company focuses on just one product. Furthermore, he doesn’t see Boona as a brand at this time, but more of a product.

Mark Cuban seconds what Kevin is saying, also warning the guys that it’s better to focus on one item, and then execute that. In turn, he says, that execution will build the brand, whereas many entrepreneurs make the mistake of trying to build the brand too soon.

Barbara Corcoran jumps in to say that she absolutely cannot relate to the product. She has too many concerns, and it’s not something she would use, so for those reasons, she’s out.

Robert Herjavec feels similarly, especially since he already has multiple showerheads, but typically only uses one. For that reason, he’s also out.

Mark chimes back in to say that it’s a great product, and will likely be a cash machine for the entrepreneurs. He again advices them to stay focused on the one product, but also says it’s not a good investment for him, so he’s out too.

Lori Greiner doesn’t see it as a fit for her either, so she’s also out.

However, Kevin O’Leary sees things differently and decides to make the founders two offers.

The first offer is $400,000 for 10% equity, but he wants a royalty of $40 per unit. This would go away after he makes $1.2 million.

The second offer from Kevin is $400,000 for 33.3% equity, which would make him a third partner. Brett counters Kevin with $600,000 for 20% equity.

However, at this point, Mark interjects to ask why they would give away 20% of their business for $600,000. After some back and forth between the entrepreneurs and Mark, Kevin ultimately gets frustrated and drops out.

Unfortunately for Jeff and Brett, although they had two offers on the table, they ended up leaving the tank empty-handed. Keep reading our Boona Tandem Showerhead update to find out if they pull it together, despite not getting a deal!

In terms of a Boona Tandem Showerhead update, it turns out that despite not getting a deal on Shark Tank, the company is doing well and has over 1,000 5-star reviews proving that customers love the product.

The Tandem Showerhead is sold both on the Boona website and on Amazon. At the time of this writing, they’re even offering some Shark Tank special deals!

Once the dust settles, we will circle back for another Boona Tandem Showerhead update.

In the meantime, you can check out our other company updates from Season 15, Episode 17, by following the links below!

For even more on companies and products, be sure to stop by our Season 15 Products Page before you go!

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