Click & Carry Update

Click & Carry Hands-Free Carrier Update | Shark Tank Season 12

If you’ve ever had to schlep grocery bags or other bulky items, you know how difficult it can be. That’s why Kim Meckwood created a solution, making this dreaded task an easy one! Will she carry away a deal on Shark Tank Season 12? Find out in our Click & Carry update!

Shark Tank Click & Carry Update

Click & Carry Update

  • Entrepreneur: Kim Meckwood
  • Business: Hands-free bag carrier
  • Ask: $225,000 for 15% equity
  • Result: $225,000 for 40% equity
  • Shark: Barbara Corcoran and Mark Cuban

The Click & Carry hands-free carrier was featured in Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 8. Before getting down to business, founder and creator Kim, demonstrated her product for the sharks.

Click and Carry Grocery Bag Carrier

Click & Carry's patented design allows for equal weight distribution of bags (plastic, paper or canvas) and other heavy objects with comfortable gel padding to cushion your shoulders and hands. 

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The product simply rests on the shoulder and allows for bags to be clipped onto the front and the back. Additionally, it makes it easier to take your groceries or bags inside, giving your arms a rest!

Kim also shared that her company has been around for five years, and has earned $625,000 in lifetime sales. However, in the 12 months before Shark Tank, Click & Carry had only done $70,000 in sales.

Altogether, that works out to about 7,000 units at around $10 a pop. Further, Kim shared that she loves inventing new products, and already has a couple of different ideas for her next product.

In rare fashion, Barbara Corcoran asked Kim if she’d be interested in selling 100% of her product, so she could spend her additional time creating something else. However, Kim declined and basically rejected that offer in the process.

This resulted in Mark Cuban teaming up with Barbara to offer Kim $225,000 for 40% equity. They also promised to find someone to run the company so she could spend her time creating the next product for the brand.

Kim finally agreed to the offer, and Click & Carry left Shark Tank with a deal!

How are things going now? Let’s find out in our Shark Tank Click & Carry update.

We have great news to share in our Click & Carry update! The company is still in business, with an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.

As it often happens, appearing on Shark Tank brought an increase in sales. Unsurprisingly, it’s been a popular item for viewers and shoppers alike.

Products are available at Walmart, Amazon, Lowes, and on the Click & Carry website. If you’re still not sure if a Click & Carry will help with your carrying needs, the nearly 5,000 positive reviews on Amazon will certainly sway you!

For updates on the other products featured in Season 12 Episode 8, check out the links below:

For more Season 12 product updates, be sure to check out our Season 12 products page!

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